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You may sometimes be drawn to people or places or ideas long before they can give you their gifts, Aquarius.

Free Will Astrology

February 3rd, 2016

You may sometimes be drawn to people or places or ideas long before they can give you their gifts, Aquarius.

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    Capricorn world-changer Martin Luther King Jr. was arrested and sent to jail on 29 different occasions.

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    Fate has transformed a part of your life that you didn’t feel ready to have transformed.

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    To become a skillful singer, you must learn to regulate your breath.

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    From what I can tell, Leo, 2015 was more like a silkworm year for you, whereas 2016 will more closely resemble a saguaro.

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    Many of the atoms that compose your flesh and blood were not part of your body 12 months ago.

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    Capricorn, be ready to express your dissatisfaction in ways that generate the most constructive transformations.

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    Aztec king Montezuma II quenched his daily thirst with one specific beverage: ground cocoa beans mixed with chili peppers, water, vanilla and annatto.

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    Until 1995, humans cataloged about 900 comets in our solar system. Since then, we have expanded that tally by over 3,000.

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    One night as you lie sleeping in your bed, Pisces, you will dream of flying through the sunny summer sky.

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    Small, nondestructive earthquakes are common. This subtle underground mayhem has been going on steadily for millions of years.

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    Taurus, how dare you be so magnetic and tempting? Maybe you should be the Easter Bunny for Halloween.

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    Some unraveling is inevitable. What has been woven together must now be partially unwoven.

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    You would be wise to rediscover and revive your primal innocence, Leo. Explore the kingdom of childhood.

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    If you want to avoid an outcome in which both sides lose, Virgo, you’ve got to engineer a result in which both sides win.

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    Pablo Picasso created thousands of paintings and was still churning them out when he was 91. His favorite? “The next one.”

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