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by: Zak Zaikine of Sebastopol, CA. ~ zak.zaikine@gmail.com • Editors: Karin O’Keefe-Sack and Melanee Reynolds W healing.


HOROSCOPES the Har-


e are in the begin- ning of


vest season, col- lecting our bounty and


gathering


ourselves into Focus. It is the ninth month of the calendar year. Our New Year babies are coming to-term and heading off to


school.


Astrologi- cally we are in the sixth house of daily


work, health and Virgo, as mentioned in


last month’s column- the self- pos- sessed and eternal Virgin. This can sometimes color the personality (fer- sher). Virgo, as our mutable earth sign, can equate and relate with “pu- rity”; grounding that concept like no other and making a great case for cleanliness in all corners of life. Friends and kin If I can extend a small bit of advice as a fellow Virgo, by all means continue the pursuit of purity. But try not to be- come so obsessed with perfection


that you become neurotic, judg- mental and lose your way. It’s so easy. I often have to re- mind myself that Virgo is also the sign of the healer and that my intentions are almost always for the better. Remember In the eyes of many spiritual peoples we are already perfect, all of us, and have but to simply enjoy full range of our perfec-


the tion.


If we allow that innate, “ inalien- able” sense of wholeness to guide our own thoughts and actions we capillate not only to our children, but to our neighbors and so on. This is big living. Sometimes we need the momentum of a sign change to knock out the petty trip-ups. As in each month throughout the year the change of signs happens in the third week of each month. If we play our cards right, truly using the larger timing of the universe. If we are, say, all tangled in the sticky details of a petty argument, wait until the 22nd when the Sun enters the larger more gracious environs of our cardinal sign Libra. As they


say a breath of fresh air. The glyph of this sign is not representative of a being, but a symbol; the scales of balance and justice. mak- ing this sign able to make supremely judicious decisions for parties outside of their own realm. How- ever, they do have difficulty making decisions for them- selves.


Libra, highest octave of


Venus you have an elegance and poise unprecedented in the zo- diac; statuesque, even if you are the 3’ 6” dimensions of a perfect human. Just a little primmer here. Libra


ushers in the Autumnal Equinox- equal balanced nights. One of the Four Pillars of Power, we pop into the upper cerebral hemisphere of the wheel . So we are all heeding the call of Fall and heading “back to school” be that yoga, book club, first grade or the grand mystery school. So next month we’ll embrace the full salons of Libra. Until then Happy Birthday you perfect Virgos and exquisite Li- brans!


StaR ChartinG Letters to Upbeat Times


I love UPBEAT and have been reading it since its incep- tion. I’m not even into horse racing but Cam Parry’s story was one of the most enjoyable reads I’ve ever had with your paper, First time I had to read the whole story before I began the quotes, Humor and Weird facts sections (normally my favorite parts). May Upbeat Times go on Forever! ~


A .Harris of Sonoma County Final JOKE


I couldn’t find my luggage at the airport baggage area, so I went to the lost luggage office and told the woman there that my bags never showed up.


She smiled and told me not to worry because she was a trained professional and I was in good hands.


“Now,” she asked me, “has your plane arrived yet?”


UPBEAT TIMES, INC. • September 2018 • 31 Weird Facts & Trivia - 6


During fiscal year 2014, the IRS collected almost $3.1 trillion in federal revenue and processed almost 240 million returns. About 65 percent of all returns were filed electronically.


Franklin Roosevelt used the IRS to harass newspaper publishers who were op- posed to his plans for the New Deal. (this may or may not be true...we ran it because we publish a news- paper. We thought it was funny! P.A.D)


Goat Rock near Jenner from 3200 feet above. Pilot was Ron Cassero ~ Paul Doyle Photo - Canon D-60


Commute ... continued from page 31


month aſter month makes life worth living. A great conversation is worth so much. So if I talk to much, its because I am excited about living and helping others to live a more fulfilling life! And for those guys who


think girls/women talk to much...and you don’t want to listen? You’re missing out a whole lot!


May this issue find you well! See you in October!


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A person’s a person, no matter how small. ~ Dr. Seuss UPBEAT TIMES, INC. • September 2018 • 31


Blue tits are European songbirds comparable to chickadees, with relatively close genetic ties to crows, magpies, and ravens. De- spite their small size, these sociable birds are highly intelligent and adaptive.


This Is Probably Not A Good Time To Start Thinking About A Will!


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