Free Will Astrology (October 12-18) | Horoscopes | Detroit

ARIES (March 21 – April 19): “Magic Realism Bot” is a Twitter account that generates ideas for new fairy tales. Since you will benefit from imagining your life as a fairy tale in the coming weeks, I offer you a few options. 1. You marry a rainbow. You two have children: a daughter who can sing like a river and a son who is as merry as the wind. 2. You befriend a raven who gives you smart financial advice. 3. You invent a new kind of dancing; it involves crying and laughing while making sacred prayer gestures to your favorite star. 4. An angel and a lake monster join forces to help you create fun new adventures. 5. You discover a field full of enchanted dandelions. They have the power to generate algorithms that reveal secrets about where to find wonders and wonders.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20): On February 1, 1976, singer Elvis Presley was partying with friends at his home in Memphis, Tennessee. As the revelry grew, he developed a frantic craving for an 8,000-calorie sandwich made with French bread, peanut butter, tinned blueberries, and slices of bacon. Since this delicacy was only available at a certain restaurant in Denver, Colorado, Elvis and his entourage spontaneously jumped into his private jet and flew 900 miles to get there. In keeping with astrological omens, Taurus, I encourage you to summon an equally keen determination to obtain pleasant treasures. Hopefully, though, they’re more important than a sandwich. The chance that you buy the necessary luxury that heals and inspires is much greater than normal.

GEMINI (May 21 – June 20): Gemini writer Nikki Giovanni reminds us, “It can’t be wrong to have given something. It can’t be wrong to have tried. It can’t be wrong to have loved. ” In accordance with astrological omens, I ask you to embody Giovanni’s attitude. Throw away all the worries that your caring, trying and loving have been blunders. Celebrate them, be proud of them, and promise yourself that you will remain caring, trying, and loving. The coming weeks will be an excellent time to renew your devotion to your highest goodness.

CANCER (June 21 – July 22): I was born near Amarillo, Texas, where the US Energy Department stores more than 20,000 plutonium cores from old warheads. Maybe that explains some of my brain’s mutated traits. I’m not normal. I am strange and iconoclastic. On the other hand, I don’t think my idiosyncrasy makes me better than anyone else. It’s just who I am. I love millions of people who aren’t as quirky as I am, and I enjoy communicating with weirdos as much as I do with crazy people. Everything I’ve just said is an introduction to my most important message, Cancer: The next few weeks will be the best time for you to give extra credit and appreciation to your personal eccentricities, even if they are a small part of your personality.

LEO (July 23 – August 22): Author Jennifer Huang testifies, “Poetry is what helps me remember that I am whole even in my fragments.” And you, Leo? What reminds you, even in your fragments, that you are whole? This is an excellent time to identify the people, animals, and influences that help you generate a sense of unity and completeness. Once you’re clear on that, spend quality time doing what you can to nurture those healers. You may even be able to help them feel more cohesive and harmonious within themselves.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Virgo journalist Sydney J. Harris described “the three hardest tasks in the world.” He said they were not “physical achievements or intellectual achievements, but moral acts.” Here they are: 1. repaying love for hate; 2. to include the excluded; 3. to say, “I was wrong.” I believe in the coming weeks you will have a special talent for all three of these brave actions, Virgo. Amazingly, you’re also more than usual on the receiving end of those brave actions. Congratulations in advance!

LIBRA (September 23 – October 22): When he was young, the Libra poet WS Merwin had a teacher who advised him, “Don’t lose your arrogance yet. You can do that when you’re older. Lose it too soon, and you can merely replaced by vanity.” I think that advice is wise to meditate on now. This is how I interpret it: Give credit and respect to your fine skills. Salute and nurture your mature talents. Talk to yourself realistically about the success you have achieved. If you build appreciation for what is legitimately great about you, you will not be tempted to resort to false pride or self-centered selfishness.

SCORPION (October 23 – November 21): In his absurdist play Waiting for Godot, Samuel Beckett offers us two characters, Vladimir and Estragon, who patiently wait for a white-bearded man named Godot. They are convinced that he will provide them with profound help, perhaps even rescue. Alas, though they wait and wait and wait, Godot never comes. Towards the end, when they have given up hope, Vladimir says to Estragon, “We are not saints, but we have kept our promise.” I have a feeling that you Scorpios, like Vladimir and Estragon, are about to give up your own vigils. Please do not! I believe your personal equivalent of Godot will eventually appear. Call for more patience.

SAGITTARIUS (November 22 – December 21): Poet Charles Wright testified, “I admire and revere and am impressed by a great many writers. But Emily Dickinson is the only writer I have ever read who knows my name, whose work has influenced me at the very core of my heart, whose music is the music of songs I’ve listened to and remembered throughout my body.” According to my astrological calculation, now is an excellent time for you Sagittarius to identify artists and creators who offer you similar delight. And if there are no Emily Dickinson-esque influences in your life, find at least one! You must be touched and transformed by sublime inspiration.

CAPRICORN (December 22 – January 19): I have read and studied poetry for many years, but only recently discovered the Capricorn poet Lizette Woodworth Reese (1856-1935). How could I have missed her? Her contemporary, journalist HL Mencken, described her work as “one of the imperishable glories of American literature”. She received many other awards while she was alive. But today she is virtually unknown and many of her books are out of print. Bringing her to your attention, I announce my prediction about you: Anything in your life that resembles Reese’s reputation will change in the next 12 months. If you haven’t gotten the recognition or gratitude you deserve until now, at least some of it will come.

AQUARIUS (January 20 – February 18): Author Sophia Dembling defines a friend as a person who comforts you when you’re feeling desperate and with whom you don’t feel alone. A friend is someone whose life is interesting to you and who is interested in your life. Perhaps most importantly, a friend shouldn’t be boring. What is your definition, Aquarius? This is an excellent time to make clear about the qualities you look for in a friend. It’s also a favorable stage to seek vital new friendships, as you focus on mediocre and over-demanding alliances.

FISHING (February 19 – March 20): Do you want to take advantage of the available boost or not? Are you planning to claim and use the challenging gift that would complicate your life but also accelerate your growth? Act fast, Pisces! If you do not do this, the possible exemption may disappear. This is an excellent opportunity to prove that you are not afraid to achieve more success and wield more power. I hope you will muster the extra courage it takes to triumph over shyness and shyness. Claim your rightful upgrade!

This week’s homework: What was your favorite mistake in the past 10 months?

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