Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): I have a challenging assignment for you this week, and will completely understand if you choose to decline. I propose that you acknowledge and express the deformed, dwarfed, and crippled aspects of your psyche. The purpose is not to make a fool of yourself, though that may be an unavoidable byproduct. Rather, what's important is that you tap into the wellspring of vitality and beauty that is buried within your secret shame. As I found out when I first started to write my memoirs, few adventures generate more soul power than a humble dialogue with one's most depressing truths.
Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Baseball great Jackie Robinson was a pioneering Aquarius. Besides being elected to the Hall of Fame, he was the first African-American to shatter the sport's segregated system. There's a weird irony about his life, though. "To tell the truth," says Jackie's widow Rachel, "he preferred football." I thought this fact would be good for you to meditate on in the next five months, since you are at a crossroads similar to the one Jackie was at when he was deciding whether to go with baseball or football.
Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20): After Galileo acquired the newfangled device called a telescope, he made radical claims about the solar system. The caretakers of the old guard were pissed. "It is impossible for moons to revolve around Jupiter," they told him. "Therefore there are no such things." They refused even to look through Galileo's tool. Does their arrogance remind you of any modern phenomenon? To me it resembles the attitude many scientists of today take toward the mounting proof that UFOs are real. "It's impossible for beings from other star systems to traverse the vast distances between them and us," they declare, "so why should we even study the evidence?" I bring up these cautionary tales, Pisces, in the hope they'll encourage you to examine growing clues that an "impossible" revolution is under way in your world.