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"Both Capricorn and Rat want to achieve success. Rat wants power. Capricorn wants sway over others. Together the covetous Rat and the solitary mountain goat that is Capricorn will go far (many times to the detriment of anything from reputation to family or even health). The Capricorn born Rat, like the Tiger only more so, is in constant, grievous danger. Why? Because this person is a Rat and so is ambitious for power. Moreover, he's a slow-moving solitary Capricorn whose unshod hooves climb the mountain cautiously but with unflagging determination. The weak spot in this picture in his or her sensitivity to criticism. Capricorn/Rats lay their lives (and their earthshaking projects) on the line. Other people get jealous and try to chuck them off the mountain. In love the Capricorn/Rat is as steady, but far from romantic. Hold the candles and flowers please and let's just get on with the sex. In bed, there is little or nothing that can rein in this world beater. He or she is a treasure trove of sensual imagination who knows how to take his time..."

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I like Primal Zodiac better
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13 days ago by cluebucket
How Did Susan Miller Become the Go-To Astrologer for the New York Fashion Set? - The Cut
Much of Miller’s childhood was spent bedridden with a disorder for which “there really isn’t any name,” she says, but which involves the veins in her left leg turning “to tissue paper under any change in my excitement level.” Miller abhors seeing doctors who don’t understand the problem, which is most doctors. “When I was a baby,” she says, “I’d drag the leg behind me, soulfully crying. I’d wake up in the morning, and it would feel like chocolate syrup had fallen in my knee.” For about seven weeks each year, Miller was incapacitated with pain. It was during one of these spells — one summer when she was 9 or 10 — that Miller, flushed with frustration, told her mother that she wished her bad leg had been given to someone else. “Don’t you know you were chosen for this?” Miller’s mother replied. “What if I said that your pain is taking away someone else’s pain in the world?”

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Atypically for Miller, the TV is off. “I always keep the TV on because I need company,” she says, explaining that she watches both ABC and CBS news broadcasts each night, DVR-ing one in order to compare it with the other.
susan_miller  astrology  astrologer  personality  astrologyzone  2013  2010s  writing  interview  nyc  nymag  1995  1990s  website  eccentric  molly_young  horoscope  1884  1880s 
february 2013 by cluebucket

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