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 Taurus, it's time to find your equivalent to the fouetté en tournant.

Free Will Astrology

February 25th, 2015

Taurus, it's time to find your equivalent to the fouetté en tournant.

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    You never know when and where you may be furnished with clues about the next plot twist of your life story, Virgo.

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    Read on to find out if you need Nachkussen. And really, you're going to want some Nachkussen.

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    Pisces: You will soon discover an important truth that you have never before been ready to grasp.

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    Taurus, the cosmos seems to be granting you a license to be brazenly ambitious. Take advantage.

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    You will start going creatively crazy very soon, Libra.

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    Libras, your unsung work or unheralded efforts will soon be recognized.

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    It's all about the fourth dimension, Aries.

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    Ever heard of a metaphorical pregnancy? It's coming your way, Aries.

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    Aries, you could learn a lot from Fyodor Dostoyevsky.

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    Stay well-grounded in your delight, Aries.

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    What do Arctic Monkeys and Leo have in common? Read on.

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    Scorpio, try the CliffsNotes approach.

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    Do as they would in Bull Durham, Aries.

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    Learn from the lessons of Casablanca, Taurus.

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    How does Napoleon's penis apply to Capricorn this week?

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    Pisces, consider a name change to Butt-Jugglin Smuggla.

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    Scorpio, beware the lessons of Breaking Bad.

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    What does Pisces have in common with a band called Hatebeak? Read on.

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    Geminis, realize the power of "abracadabra."

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