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VIRGO: July 23-29 Tuesday, July 22
  When a crocodile slams its jaws shut, the energy it summons is powerful. When the beast opens its jaws, the force it exerts is weak. That’s because closing muscles are much more …
GEMINI: July 23-29 Tuesday, July 22
  America’s biggest winery, E&J Gallo, sells more wine than any other company; it’s been named the planet’s “Most Powerful Wine Brand” four different years. …
CANCER: July 23-29 Tuesday, July 22
  Diamonds are not rare. They’re so plentiful, in fact, that if they were evenly distributed, everyone on the planet could each have a cupful. If you’re ever going to get your …
ARIES: July 23-29 Tuesday, July 22
  An item in prestigious British medical journal BMJ reports almost one percent of young pregnant women in the U.S. claim to be virgins. They testify they’ve conceived a fetus without …
TAURUS: July 23-29 Tuesday, July 22
  As you weave through your story’s next chapter, take inspiration from the turtle. Imagine the turtle is your animal ally, a guide to help access the gradual, deliberate kind of …
LEO: July 16-21 Tuesday, July 15
  “We must learn to bear the pleasures as we have borne the pains,” says writer Nikki Giovanni. That’s apt advice to keep in mind during the months ahead. You may think …
PISCES: July 16-21 Tuesday, July 15
  In the simplest, calmest of times, there are two sides to every story. Sometimes, though, the bare minimum is three or more. Like now. That can generate quite a ruckus. Even folks who are …
AQUARIUS: July 16-21 Tuesday, July 15
  Starting in 1798, European cartographers who drew maps of West Africa included the Mountains of Kong, a range of peaks extending more than 1,000 miles east and west. It was 90 years before …
CAPRICORN: July 16-21 Tuesday, July 15
  Architects in ancient Rome used concrete to create many durable structures, some of which are still standing. But the method of how to make concrete was forgotten for more than 1,000 years …
SAGITTARIUS: July 16-21 Tuesday, July 15
  “There is no such thing as a failed experiment,” said author and inventor Buckminster Fuller, “only experiments with unexpected outcomes.” Bring that spirit  to …
 
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