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Today's Stichomancy for Elvis Presley

The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Salome by Oscar Wilde:

est rouge comme le sang.

LE NUBIEN. Les dieux de mon pays aiment beaucoup le sang. Deux fois par an nous leur sacrifions des jeunes hommes et des vierges: cinquante jeunes hommes et cent vierges. Mais il semble que nous ne leur donnons jamais assez, car ils sont tres durs envers nous.

LE CAPPADOCIEN. Dans mon pays il n'y a pas de dieux e present, les Romains les ont chasses. Il y en a qui disent qu'ils se sont refugies dans les montagnes, mais je ne le crois pas. Moi, j'ai passe trois nuits sur les montagnes les cherchant partout. Je ne les ai pas trouves. Enfin, je les ai appeles par leurs noms et ils n'ont pas paru. Je pense qu'ils sont morts.

The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from An Old Maid by Honore de Balzac:

loves her well, who would be faithful to her, who would never cause her any grief; who would leave her the entire management of her fortune without interference. Good God! what fatality! here, side by side, in the same town, are two persons in our mutual condition, and yet nothing can bring them together. Suppose I were to speak to her this evening?"

During this time Suzanne had returned to her mother's house thinking of Athanase; and, like many other women who have longed to help an adored man beyond the limit of human powers, she felt herself capable of making her body a stepping-stone on which he could rise to attain his throne.

The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from The Rescue by Joseph Conrad:

reverberated loudly amongst the flat surfaces of motionless sails, and gradually grew faint as if the sound had escaped and gone away, running upon the water. Haji Wasub was on deck and ready to carry out the white man's commands. Then silence fell again on the brig, until Shaw spoke quietly.

"I am going forward now, sir, with the tindal. We're all at stations."

"Aye, Mr. Shaw. Very good. Mind they don't board you--but I can hear nothing. Not a sound. It can't be much."

"The fellow has been dreaming, no doubt. I have good ears, too, and--"

The Rescue