If you don’t think the “everyone born in a certain year is the same” philosophy is a crock of shit and you live your life by the rules of readings of the stars done by people who don’t have real jobs, then read on.
Shanghai Daily among others reveals the thoughts of soothsayers
who say the first thing that comes off the top of their head whilst not being quite sure why anyone is still listening to them who have considered all things deeply, and come up with such gems as “[w]e will see things go back to normal and have a less intense year”, and “It will appear a year without high winds or big waves. But there will be severe power wrestling under the currents”. Awe-inspiring stuff.
If you happen to be one of those despicable people that scoff, “But horoscopes always seem to say everything will be good”, then to you Sir I say for shame. This site does however give some weight to that cynicism:
“Year 2006 will see a new trend towards a healthier lifestyle!”
“Year 2006 will be a boom for the food industry!”
“The year of the Dog 2006 will be a boon for the beauty industry!”
Close family friend and all-American gal Susy Levitt reckons that tigers, hares, horses, rooster and oxes will be flourishing in virtual bubble-baths of success (she doesn’t say bubble-baths but we think it’s what she was getting at), whilst dragons, snakes, rats, monkeys and sheep had better watch themselves or they’re gonna get cut, awwite?
This site gives each sign an overview as well as insightful sections on love, health, career and finances. That’s our reading list for the week sorted then …
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