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151 The Fate of Organics Elizabeth Limbach
152 Mi Vida Loca Jenna Brogan
153 Let’s Hear it for the Girls Jenna Brogan
154 Game Face Greg Archer
155 Finding Hope in Harvest April M. Short
156 Fringe Kim Luke
157 The Boardwalk Empire Geofrey Dunn
158 The Marvels Around Us Geoffrey Dunn
159 Jonathan Franzen Greg Archer
160 Beyond Black Rock City Elizabeth Limbach
161 Top Chef Jenna Brogan
162 Summering Kim Luke
163 Green Pages GT_Staff
164 Santa Cruz Film Festival Greg Archer
165 The Cannabis Couple J.D. RAmey
166 The 2012 Santa Cruz County Readers' Poll GT_Staff
167 Best Shops GT_Staff
168 Best Food and Drink GT_Staff
169 Best Arts & Entertainment GT_Staff
170 Best Health & Fitness GT_Staff
171 Best Professionals GT_Staff
172 Best of the Rest GT_Staff
173 Marley Greg Archer
174 Occupied John Malkin
175 The Battle at the Plate Elizabeth Limbach
176 My, What a Big Whereas You Have! Kim Luke
177 The Plant Whisperer April M. Short
178 Pioneer Women Elizabeth Limbach
179 Ready to Thrive Greg Archer
180 Coffee Talk Christa Martin
181 2012 Health Issue GT_Staff
182 Finding Grace Jenna Brogan
183 Metamorphosis April M. Short
184 Dead Men Rocking Damon Orion
185 Wedding Edition April M. Short
186 Knowing the Nexties GT_Staff
187 Chris Rene Jenna Brogan
188 Music HEALS! Jenna Brogan
189 Santa’s Performance Review Sven Davis
190 Tradition for the Non-Traditional Kim Luke
191 Water Divide Elizabeth Limbach
192 The Mayors: Outgoing & Incoming Geoffrey Dunn
193 Byting the Apple James D. Houston
194 Community Fund GT_Staff
195 The Durbinator Damon Orion
196 418 Turns 18 Jenna Brogan
197 Insiders' Guide Kim Luke
198 Food & Wine GT_Staff
199 Now What? Elizabeth Limbach
200 Men in Fights Jenna Brogan
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Two Fish Bound by a Golden Cord

Until March 20, (Spring Equinox), Earth and her kingdoms (mineral, plant, animal, human) experience the influence of Pisces, sign of the World Savior. Whereas the task of Aquarius is as world server, the Pisces task is saving the world—tasks given to the two fishes. Pisces never really enters matter, and as the last sign of the zodiac includes all the signs. During Pisces, having gathered all the gifts of the previous 11 signs, it is a good time to prepare for new initiating plans when Aries (sign of beginnings) begins. No wonder Pisces, like Scorpio, is so difficult (both are ruled by Pluto, planet of death, new life, regeneration, transformations). Both signs (with Scorpio drowning in dark and deep waters) find life on Earth a hardship, disorienting (from the spiritual perspective), at times feeling betrayed. Life is a paradox, especially for Pisces. Each zodiacal sign represents and distributes a different phase and facet (12) of the Soul’s diamond light, Pisces is the “Light of Life itself, ending forever the darkness of matter.” It takes two fish to complete this work (creating eventually an extraordinary human being). One fish turned toward the material world (in order to understand matter), the other fish toward the heavenly world. Around the two fish is a silvery cord binding them together. The two fish are forever bound until all of humanity is redeemed (lifted up into the Light). This is the dedication of all world saviors (Buddha, Christ, the NGWS). Thus the sacrifice and suffering experienced by Pisces. Knowing these things about Pisces, let us help them all we can. Sometimes all of humanity is Pisces.


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