Your Daily Horoscope, from Jonathan Cainer with Oscar Cainer
Your Daily Horoscope, from Jonathan Cainer with Oscar Cainer

Your Sign, the Truth - Pisces

The Myth:
Pisceans, so the story goes, are wistful, whimsical, misty-eyed dreamers who live in a cloud cuckoo land. It is said that they simply do not possess the power of rational thought because they are creatures entirely of instinct. They are supposed to be unreliable, easily influenced by others and helplessly fond of drugs and alcohol.
 
The Truth:
Absolutely not. There is no evidence to suggest that people born under this sign have a higher than normal tendency to indulge in mind altering substances. There is though, every suggestion that Pisceans are acutely intelligent people with an amazing ability to solve complex problems. Pisceans, generally, have excellent concentration and impressive powers of deduction. The misapprehension comes about because most people born under this sign are blessed with open minds. They will listen to most arguments, consider most possibilities and explore most suggestions. They are imaginative too and this quality always irritates the people who do not possess the ability to conjure up creative ideas.
 
The Key To Success:
To be a Piscean is to have an instinctive, unerring sense of the possible - and the impossible. It is to amble easily around the border territory between the two states and make magic happen as a result. If you want more success, the secret is simple. Ignore those critics who are too stupid to appreciate the breadth of your vision.
 
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