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EARTH

I dedicate the earth signs of 2012 to Virgo Amy Winehouse. "Our Day Will Come" is a smoking reggae track on her posthumous CD.

Taurus/Taurus Rising* (Apr 20-May 21): Hello, the police person of the zodiac. We look to you, Virgo and Capricorn to remind us of the limitations of the physical world. Philosophically speaking, the I Ching gives you a ballast upon which to balance through verse 61, Inner Truth or Insight. Choosing what and who nourishes you gives you an ability to see how the invisible affects the visible means of how we connect. Huh? Wilhelm's original text states that "a heart free of prejudices and therefore open to truth." Like your sister sibling sign that's Venus-ruled, Libra, you have to use your insights to move the stuck folks. However, you are likely to be the immovable object attracting the immovable force. In essence, June 24, 2012, and the six or so weeks surrounding it will require - no, demand - a diligent adaptability on your part. Not from an unflappable or detached motive (showing how strong and logical and pragmatic you are), but from a receptivity to what the rest of us need from you but have learned to do without or, worst, not even ask from you. Yes, you can be amazingly self-centered to a point that your Insight only is such when working retroactively. Let purely scrumptious Virgo's message give you some healing ...

Virgo/Virgo Rising* (Aug 22-Sept 22): Your message begins in Taurus. Water as an element in both systems (Western and Chinese) is extremely creative, interactive and cleansing. And Dragons accentuate the colorful and bizarre. You live on the intersection of rare and conventional. In your virginal mode, you are rare. In your wage slavery side (or sex worker imagination), you are conventional, selling yourself for the highest bidder. Your North Star that illuminates your path out of organized religious thought is I Ching verse 59, Reuniting/Dissolution. Imagine your worst problems can be moved toward solving when you realize the metaphor of wind (Dragon) blowing over water (Virgo within the Chinese system), dissolving it into foam and mist. Wilhelm's original text states that "gentleness serves to break up and dissolve the breakage." In its highest and purest form, religious forces are supposed to help us overcome dividing egotism (be they of the confederate or martial variety). The problem is that Dragon years seek to break up anything that disunites or separates us on a petty, earthly level. Continued in executive Capricorn ...

Capricorn/Capricorn Rising* (Dec 21-Jan 19): Your message begins in Taurus. This Water Dragon Year has some exceptional protection for you. You have gargoyles and undines and fairies and pixies and sprites. It would be a Dragon Year that the Mayans would have simply stopped counting. These ancient folks came to 2012 and ceased their math. Allow the unusual to come into stark focus, but do not allow fear to weigh you down. Summer's beginning requires that you mediate completely upon your I Ching verse which is 53, Development. The symbol is a tree growing upon a mountain. You be the mountain, open, sturdy and allowing any type of vegetation to grow, if it can. Expect 2012 to have its drama, but you learn to call upon your invisible helpers to guide you. Your philosophical direction shows itself through your taking the tried-and-true path until your community or family needs you to take a calculated risk and think outside the box.

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