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PISCES: June 18-24 Tuesday, June 17
 It’s always an important practice to shield yourself against our diverse and active culture’s superficial and sexist ideas about sex; many of these ideas originate from …
AQUARIUS: July 9-15 Tuesday, July 8
  Expect nothing even as you ask for everything. Rebel against tradition with witty compassion, not cynical rage. Is there a personal taboo that no longer needs to remain taboo? Break it with …
CANCER: July 2-8 Tuesday, July 1
Famous Greek statue Venus de Milo, more than 2,100 years old, bigger than life size, depicts the goddess of love, beauty and pleasure. Its current home is the Louvre Museum in Paris, but for hundreds of years it was lost — buried underground on the Greek island of Milos.
CAPRICORN: June 25-July 1 Tuesday, June 24
German chemist Felix Hoffman had a major role in synthesizing two very different drugs: aspirin and heroin. In analyzing astrological omens for the months ahead, I see you with a similar potential. You could create good stuff with the power to help and heal or you could generate borderline stuff that will cause...
AQUARIUS: June 25-July 1 Tuesday, June 24
It’s a good time to risk a small leap of faith, but not a sprawling vault over a yawning abyss. Feel free and easy about exploring outer borders of familiar territory, but be cautious about wandering into the deep, dark unknown...
TAURUS: June 25-July 1 Tuesday, June 24
After a thorough, detailed, painstaking analysis of astrological omens, I advise you to not be thorough, detailed or painstaking in the days ahead. Instead, be spontaneous and improvisatory...
LEO: June 25-July 1 Tuesday, June 24
“Forget the suffering / You caused others. / Forget the suffering / Others caused you.” Czeslaw Milosz wrote these words in his poem “Forget,” and now I pass them on to you. According to my …
SAGITTARIUS: June 25-July 1 Tuesday, June 24
“Everyone has something to hide,” stated Russian author Anton Chekhov. Is that true? Do you blunt Sags have something to hide? For 90 percent of you, that’s a yes...
PISCES: June 25-July 1 Tuesday, June 24
British poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834) had an unusual fetish. He liked to eat apples, pears and other fruit while they were still on a branch. Why? Maybe the taste was as pure, brisk and naked as possible...
GEMINI: June 4-11 Wednesday, June 4
In Marcel Proust’s novel Swann’s Way, the narrator tells how profoundly he’s inspired by an older writer, Bergotte: “Each time he talked about something whose beauty had until then been …
 
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