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Aries – Straightforward & Spontaneous Self Concern or Straight Up & Simple Surly Selfishness ?

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Brad Kronen

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Brad Kronen commences his well acclaimed: WELCOME TO THE ZODIAC SERIES Aries. First. Me. When you are the opening attraction to the entire Zodiac and your key phrase is the simple, in your face and blunt “I AM”, how could a Ram Child NOT be preoccupied about themselves? The Cosmic Journey begins with the sign that is all “firsts” – the first of the fire signs, the first of the cardinal signs, the first of well, anything – Aries. The spring equinox, aka the first day of spring, aka the first day of Aries, is in Astrology, the first day of the astrological year. The first house which Aries naturally rules is the house of the Self and of the actual physical body. For the Aries, Life is approached like an Olympic individual event where the “self” competes to win and usually does; and the body and its basic needs are the only things that deter them from getting the gold!. Therefore, the evolved Aries is naturally "SELF concerned" and the unevolved Aries is downright SELF-ish! Tune in on Tuesday, July 20th where I'll be asking: Aries Men, Can you tell the audience just how many scars and black eyes you've amassed so far in the boxing match that is your life? Aries Ladies, Just how many bystanders have you taken down whenever you crashed and fell in a public place (usually airborne down some form of stairs or stair case) wearing heels? As for you Ram Kids, you may want to un-busy your action oriented selves for this show since I will be discussing how 2011 should be one of the luckiest years for the Aries! So join me, won't you? But WATCH YOUR HEADS! - Aries Aries Astrological Fun Fact : Margaret Mitchell, author of “Gone With The Wind” was ALSO a professional astrologer and every character in her book/film are archetypes of each of the signs of the zodiac. Scarlett O’Hara was Mitchell’s representation for the sign of Aries. Aries is ruled by Mars, the red planet, RED = SCARLETT!

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