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by: Zak Zaikine • Editors: Karin O’Keefe-Sack and Melanee Reynolds

Sebastopol, CA. ~ Now we are feeling the uniquely vibrant powers of the water barer sign - Aquarius. She pours her abun- dance of energy upon the Earth, acting as a conduit of intercon- nectedness. She is by nature a radical and a pragmatist simul- taneously. “Straight -across” and “By any means Possible


her credo. From these two arms, the unify- ing embrace makes a bowl. Thus, the unit- ing takes place and we all become one. It isn’t that the stars and plan-

ets send out messages directly to us but sort of like an ex- change of vibrational frequen- cies. We all share the Periodic Elements of the universe. So, astrology then becomes a language by which we inter- pret these ren- dezvous’


ing a map, grid or natal chart. Maybe a good way to view this could be that we are a large macro hologram of ourselves, multi- dimensional interacting with our micro fractal personal worlds. Out there! Isn’t it. Wel- come to Aquarius We all have our own birth-

day path. Even with Siamese twins – one leaves the womb and takes a breath before the other creating a similar though slightly different birth path. So


most influential in our creative endeavors.

She is Ruled by Neptune and They know few

boundaries and there is no task the Piscean cannot do- slated with a helpful soul, always will- ing to help those in need. They make great nurses, doctors and healers . I myself know several great Piscean writers and art- ists, but they need a partner-

We are born at a given moment, in a given place and, like vintage years of wine, we have the qualities of the year and of the season of which we are born. Astrology does not lay

claim to anything more. Carl Jung

All the world is birthday cake, so take a piece, but not too much. ~ George Harrison

then do all of you out there. If karma exists then astrology, like a great book, unfolds the drama of life and you can’t wait for the next chapter. So, let’s stay on a lighter plane even though Aquar- ius wants us (me) to delve deeper into humanity’s purpose and connect us in a peaceful and loving whole. Certainly, like a good air sign revving up the winds of change and


ing in a grounded sort of way, it passes.

you lovely Aquarians and on her coattails-

Happy Birthday to all of the dream-

ing, never boring Pi- sces. Pisces is our last sign in the twelfth house of the zodiac. She begins the weaving of a gigantic


of creativity shuttled by the

two fish swim- ming in opposite di-

fish, better still they need a self- governing agent to market their creations. The Twelfth house is a most mysterious house indeed. If you have aspects here, you will have tendencies of the Piscean and obviously having a Pisces sun will give you an edge in the Dream Time. The trick for you fishies is to have a good escape plan, flight/swim plan to exit uncomfortable encounters.

situations and So as the water barer con-

tinues to pour her energy upon us and we start the New Year, remember that astrologically- wise the New Year begins with Aries at the end of the third week in March. A very Happy Birthday to en- lightened, stable air folks and may your lovely dreams turn to realities as you thank that flow of never boring Piscean energy.

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samplers were the hoppy beers. Going from the less hoppy to the double IPA we started with Row 2 Hill 56. This is consid- ered a Pale Ale and is single- hopped, with 100% Simcoe hops. As a Pale Ale,. it comes through with a nice hop finish and could pass as an IPA. The next on the list was my favorite

all-time Blind This is my IPA of choice.

Pig. Its

hop profile is very similar to Pliny the Elder only with a little less alcohol, coming in at 6.25%. Pliny the Elder is Rus- sian River’s double IPA and named after the Roman natu- ralist who identified Humulus Lupulus (Hops), and its proper- ties and uses.

Pliny the Elder

is said to have perished in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD and his adopted son and nephew Pliny the Younger inherited his wealth. Pliny the Elder has a complex blend of

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The Beaver (Castor canaden- sis) was also designated as the Official State Animal of New York in 1975.

The skeleton of a Pleistocene giant beaver was unearthed by construction workers in 1938 in St. Paul, Minnesota. It would have been about 8 feet long and weighed over 450 pounds.

The Beaver (Castor canaden- sis) was designated as the Official Animal of Oregon in 1969.

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