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Capricorn: The Allegorical Tale of the Life of Benjamin Button

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Brad Kronen

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BRAD KRONEN'S WELCOME TO THE ZODIAC SERIES “There is a gigantic difference between earning a great deal of money and being rich.” - Marlene Dietrich, Capricorn “You ask anybody what their number one fear is and it's public humiliation.” - Mel Gibson, Capricorn Capricorn author JRR Tolkien would begin writing his epic “The Lord of the Rings” on the eve of World War II, where England would be the first victim of Nazi Aggression from the constant nightly bombs of the Blitzkrieg, which begins with the sense of an ever approaching, all encompassing force of evil whose sheer purpose is annihilation. The Capricorn author shows us that there is always hope if one can adhere to focusing on one’s goals no matter how hard the obstacles in between. Amazingly, the hope of Middle “Earth” depends upon the hard working toil of a few Hobbits who literally must ascend a mammoth “mountain” to its very height or in non literary terms: a day in the life of a Capricorn! But Capricorn isn’t ALL about toil and trouble. Capricorn is the only sign of the 12 where life literally goes in reverse! I reworded the title to the film “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” as “The Allegory of the Capricorn”. Capricorn and even more so Capricorn Rising people have no childhoods – they are 45 yr olds in the body of a child who must work at an extremely early age or play parent to their parent. They are very serious little children who have no time to skip, joke around or be in any way spontaneous. It is when all the other signs fall apart at “The Saturn Return” at ages 28-31 that the Capricorn comes into their own stride, and with each year afterward life gets easier, lighter, and funnier. Along with this life reversal role, Saturn rules the bones and skin, so the Capricorn literally gets better looking with age, getting more and more distinguished looking as their bone structure and skin are made sexier with time! So join me, won't you? But wear sensible shoes!