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Chinese Zodiac Signs

  Source: Chinese Zodiac Signs, Years, Meanings & Compatibility Chinese Zodiac Signs are based on a periodical and cyclical movement of 12 animals. They include Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig and are sequentially placed in this order. According to Chinese Astrology, it is believed that there is an intimate bond between the characteristics of humans which are commonly associated with their respective animal traits. Hence, there is a close relationship between both. Your future predictions are based on the year in which you were born. It is said that people born in their...

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Bizarre Manifestations: Two Tales From The Sixth Grade

A funny thing happened when I turned eleven: I became psychic. I would wake up in the morning and relive the dream I just had. Moment by moment. Step-by-step. Times on clocks were the same. People were wearing the same clothes and standing in the same places they had been in whatever dream I’d had the night before. It was, for lack of a better term, bizarre. I would have what I referred to as psychic weeks, meaning I would experience these moments of high intuition and then it would all stop, only to return later, but for no more...

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Astrology And The Sky... Are They The Same?

Guest Post By Athen Chimenti It makes sense to think of our sun sign as what is reflected by the constellations in the sky, right? If you are a Leo for example, it is perfectly reasonable to believe that the sun was in the constellation Leo during the time of your birth. But what if I were to tell you this is not the case, and that your zodiac sign, as you know it, is based on something else entirely? Welcome to the world of mainstream western astrology, where our signs are not at all based on the actual sky. Roughly...

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I'm Neglecting Netflix Thanks To My Himalayan Salt Lamp

I can still remember the day, fourteen years ago, that I stopped by a rock and mineral shop in the mall. I was on my lunch break and was short on time, but thought I would browse a bit since I hadn't been in before. The owner, a fifty-something hippie-turned-businessman, began chatting with me, and before I knew it we were standing next to a display of Himalayan salt lamps. I stood there with him, staring at these weird rock salt blobs, wondering why on earth he was showing them to me. At the time I just wasn't into blob-looking...

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