“—Pooh! Buck Mulligan said. We have grown out of Wilde and paradoxes. It's quite simple. He proves by algebra that Hamlet's grandson is Shakespeare's grandfather and that he himself is the ghost of his own father.”
- Excerpt From: Joyce, James. “Ulysses.”
Last week was Hamlet, this week is a quote about Hamlet from the “Greatest novel of the last hundred years, James Joyce’s Ulysses.”
Horoscopes by the Fishing Guide to the Stars starting 2.26.2015
Pisces: Like the quote from Ulysses, the week starts with a confusing amount of wordplay. Some makes sense, or some makes sense to a particular Pisces, but not to all of us, and therein is the problem. There is confusion, problems, irritation about the confusion, and then, more confusion. Kind of goes around in a circle, not ending any place in particular. Which is a problem. Unless, of course, you’re a true Pisces, and then, the conundrum makes perfect sense to you. Doesn’t to the rest of us, and dealing with us is part of the problem we have in Pisces Land. The problems isn’t Pisces. The problem is dealing with non-Pisces people. They are as confused as you are, but they (we) can’t see that we’ll ever be able to see clearly, ever again. You know, as a Pisces, that in the next couple of days, this personal fog will lift.
No, this week? The problem isn’t Pisces, but it the rest of us.
Aries: I have a family member, nameless and blameless, who can take the easiest, simplest task and make it more complicated. From a simple job, getting from here to there on a certain date, the dates change, the method of transportation changes, then changes back, then we switch the dates again, and finally, another wholly tangential element is introduced. As if it was complicated enough?
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