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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Dr. Tarrec’s Free Weekly Horoscope #17

Aries – Now is the time to publish that article, the one in which you claim that the Roman Empire is coming soon.  Publish or perish.  Publish and perish… it may turn out to be the same thing if you do not hurry.

Taurus – Your search for darkness may soon be at an end; you will find what you seek beyond the seven hills of the universe.  There the King has concluded his work.  Darkness and transparency are there.

Gemini – Should you ignore the sad French skeptics and social communists?  Should you appropriate the common market for your private use?  Should you turn your back on eloquence and stay in the drift?  You are a fool.

Cancer – A mind clouded with passion is prepared for religious breakthroughs, and for disaster through scripture.

Leo – The beast is stealing names -450,000 so far – and winning elections in New York.  It’s a grass roots uprising in the wilderness.  Here is a movement far more ominous than the things you complain about.

Virgo – I see a woman, a liberal woman, sitting on the memory of Ronald Reagan – but I don’t know what to make of it.  What do you think it means?

Libra – Peter the Hermit abandoned the army of God, deserted the soldiers of Christ when the famine grew severe. Perhaps he should not have raised this army in the first place.  Disaster comes through certainty.

Scorpio – Everything bold is blue again. Everything told is true again.  Aggressive consumers are a plague upon the planet and in all 50 states.

Sagittarius – I am not me when I’m sleeping.  You are not you when your dreams have been stolen.  If we feel weak, if we feel numb it is because we are overworked under ill lights, ill-luminated by false visions of glory.

Capricorn – The threats have fragmented-split and fractured along theological fault lines. It is a plague of churches.  Amen.

Aquarius – Shall I silent be? Shall the God of heaven be destroyed?

Pisces – All the urban legends have fled, a massive white flight from the city, a migration of middle-class fears from racially diverse downtowns to the far-west suburbs.

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