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Purely Pisces
A Journal For Astrological Fishes & Their Friends
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PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Rumor has it that you are overflowing with so many fresh, hot ideas that you can't use them fast enough. So why not give some away? Like for instance donate a few to me. I'll be glad to take them off your hands and find a decent home for them. If I use your brilliant notions to make lots of money, I may even give you a kickback. So don't let your surplus of brainstorms bog you down, Pisces. Send your excess to me at uaregod@comcast.net. (P.S. In case you can't tell, I'm joking. In fact, I'd love it if you kept all your smart ideas for yourself, and worked expeditiously to turn every one of them into some practical improvement in your life.)
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Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20): *The Washington Post* gave its readers an assignment: Come up with a statement they'd like to sneak on to President Bush's teleprompter during a major speech. Chances would be good that he'd probably just say it, right? The entries included "I shall make it my duty to eat a kitten for breakfast every day," "Global warming can be reversed if everyone just turned his air conditioner around," and "I wish to announce my conversion to Islam." I bring this to your attention, Pisces, because you're in peril of getting into a situation like that. Unless you're careful, you could end up saying things you don't mean or expressing yourself in ways that don't reflect your actual feelings. To make sure that doesn't happen, concentrate hard on communicating with maximum clarity and candor.
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Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20): Please don't get sidetracked by the pursuit of minor dreams that would give you trivial satisfaction. And please talk yourself out of going after ephemeral rewards that would at best provide you with a false sense of accomplishment. Here's why this advice is even more important than usual: You have an intense but limited amount of driving ambition available to you at the moment, so you've got to make sure you use it on a project or projects that will still be meaningful to you a year from now.
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PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson told The Washington Post the following fun facts: "There are more molecules of water in a cup of water than cups of water in all the world's oceans. This means that some molecules in every cup of water you drink passed through the kidneys of Genghis Khan, Napoleon, Abe Lincoln, or any other historical person of your choosing." Your assignment this week, Pisces, is to choose three heroes you'd most like to be influenced and inspired by. Every time you drink water, be conscious of the fact that some of it was once inside the bodies of those exceptional people. Say a prayer that their mojo will become available to you.

1. W. H. Auden
2. Philip K. Dick
3. My Grandpa
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PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): You need more mayonnaise in your life. The omens suggest you should use it as a condiment with every meal, and even add it to smoothies and cocktails. To place yourself in maximum alignment with cosmic rhythms, make mayonnaise a part of your skin-care regimen, try it out as a brass polisher, and employ it to spice up your sex life. APRIL FOOL! You didn't seriously believe the planetary aspects are suggesting you should obsess on mayonnaise, did you? You do need a new spirit medicine, but it's not made from chicken eggs. Now here's your *real* horoscope, courtesy of philosopher Jonathan Zap: "Find your spirit medicine. And remember that what works for someone else, may not work for you (and vice-versa). Also what works for you when used consciously, sparingly, in just right the circumstances, might be disastrous as a habit."
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23rd-Mar-2008 10:00 am - Spring Equinox Mishaps
It's been a few days past, but I'm curious -- did anyone of you other Pisceans have a hard time during the Spring Equinox (Thursday, March 20)?

I was having a wonderful week last week (I'd even go so far as say I had a wonderful month) up until Thursday came along. It started with a small fight with my boyfriend (a Taurus) at midnight and then followed by just having a very off-day. Several small things that would never usually go wrong at work, went wrong. I work the reception at a very busy medical fitness facility and I'm usually on top of everything but last Thursday, I made small mistakes that I never usually make -- during my lunch break, I even locked myself in the stairwell! When I got home, my mom (a Sag) messaged me on Skype and a pleasant hi-hello conversation turned into an argument! The entire day was quite frustrating.

Another Pisces friend told me she had a weird day as well ie, she got on the wrong bus to work, got into arguments, had a similarly frustrating rest of the day, etc.

Did anyone have an off-day last Thursday? Is it possible that the Spring Equinox has anything to do with this or am I reading too much between the lines?

Cross-posted to pisces_people.
Platypus by Willard Mullin
Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20): It's time you acknowledged that you are a miraculous work of art, a masterpiece unlike any other ever created. I'm not pandering to your egotism by telling you that. When I say, "Be yourself," I don't mean the self that wants to win every game and use up every resource and stand alone at the end of history on top of a Mt. Everest-sized pile of pretty garbage. When I say, "Be yourself," I mean the self that says thank you to the wild irises and the windy rain and the people who grow your food. I mean the self who's joyfully struggling to germinate the seeds of love and beauty that are packed inside every moment. I mean the spiritual freedom fighter who's scrambling and finagling and conspiring to shower all of your fellow messiahs with your best blessings.
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4th-Mar-2008 11:50 pm - Happy Birthday Fishy Friends! [birthdays]
Special Pisces Birthday Wishes go out to:

nicky_nak, st0nednjaded
Pisces - Batik
29th-Feb-2008 11:34 am - Happy Birthday Fishy Friends! [birthdays]
Very, very, very extra special leap day Pisces Birthday Wishes go out to:


How many "years" old are you today? 4? 5? ;)
Pisces - Batik
26th-Feb-2008 10:11 pm - Free Will Astrology [free will astrology]
Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20): In the coming week, you should try to experience, or at least visualize, scenes like the following: an apple pierced by an arrow that's lying on a bridge near a half-crumpled Valentine card; wind rattling through an old tree in such a way that you hallucinate there being an angel perched in its branches; an accordion floating down a stream trailed by two quacking ducks; a stranger who's simultaneously crying and laughing in a cafe while writing frenetically on white paper napkins. And why is it important to commune with scenes like these? Because they will energize your soul in ways you can't rationally understand. They will remind you that deeply meaningful events can be utterly mysterious.
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25th-Feb-2008 10:30 pm - Happy Birthday Fishy Friends!!! [birthdays]
Special Pisces Birthday Wishes go out to:

ajsk, bluelaughter, febfaerie, swell
Pisces - Batik
23rd-Feb-2008 10:27 pm - Happy Birthday Fishy Friends!!! [birthdays]
Special Pisces Birthday Wishes go out to:

Pisces - Batik
Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20): Many people sincerely think that they will be called before God to account for themselves on Judgment Day. If you yourself have held that belief, you can stop worrying about it. The fact is that you were essentially called before God on Judgment Day last week (though it might have happened while you were asleep and dreaming), and everything went great! You passed your test! Your score wasn't perfect, and there were some demerits in your final evaluation, but the most important thing is that you made it! There will, therefore, be no more Judgment Days for you in the future. God found you worthy, and now you can go on living your life without fear or guilt. Congrats, Pisces! You're free!
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17th-Feb-2008 03:32 am - Is it just me
I dont mean to make a non-horoscope post, But does february just seem to bring about a sort of melancholy. Maybe its the Valentines day cynicism I always seem to gain during this time. But it just seems that the aquarian energy that preceeds us pisces just brings a lot of negativity.. Does that happen with anyone else?

I find myself dreading February, but i guess its always darkest before dawn?
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