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Astrological Wisdom from the Ever Awesome Brezsny

By onead on Friday, January 24th, 2014

How does a monarch butterfly escape its chrysalis when it has finished gestating? Through tiny holes in the skin of the chrysalis, it takes big gulps of air and sends them directly into its digestive system, which expands forcefully. Voila! Its body gets so big it breaks free. When a chick is ready to emerge from inside its egg, it has to work harder than the butterfly. With its beak, it must peck thousands of times at the shell, stopping to rest along the way because the process is so demanding. According to my analysis, Cancerian, you’re nearing the final stage before your metaphorical emergence from gestation. Are you more like the butterfly or chick?

time to set one of these up in the living room~~~
Y E S.
Gertrude Stein being fab
Stills from Paris was a Woman. So good.
John Cage, Experimental Music
Toshiyuki Kita, Wink chairs, 1980