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06 June 2007 @ 08:45 am
 
This week, Rob tells the Gemini:

For millions of years, the great rivers of the world have flowed into seas -- or at least they have up until now. Because of their overuse by humans, several ancient rivers are in danger of drying up before they reach their destinations. Among them are China's Yellow River, the Tigris and Euphrates in the Middle East, and America's Rio Grande. I offer this as a cautionary metaphor to consider as you contemplate your long-term future. There are things you can do in the next six weeks to ensure that the river of your life will always connect to a greater source. I suggest you make that a high priority.

Amusingly, the ocean isn't a "greater source". It's a sink -- it's where the excess water goes, not the source of the river. The "greater source" involves rainfall.

And my moon sign, Leo:

The geography of your heart is evolving. In places, coastlines are disappearing. Elsewhere, new islands have risen out of the sea. Boundaries are shifting, as some nations dissolve and others are born. Even the climate is changing, with warm winds blowing where once there was year-round chill, and monsoon-like conditions invading desert ecosystems. Roads that formerly led to the center of the action no longer do, and highways that used to be peripheral are now main routes. I suggest you take note of all this by redrawing your map, Leo. Get up to date with your heart's new landscapes.

Fair enough. I feel like things shift a lot within me, but maybe this will be an especially shifty few weeks.
 
 
 
The Onion Girl: moontshuma on June 6th, 2007 10:33 pm (UTC)
Ah, but the water that begets that rainfall "originates" in the ocean. Not that it can truly be said to originate anywhere, since it's a cycle.