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Today's Stichomancy for Jessica Biel

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

Will tell their beaded pearls, and carnations With mitred dusky leaves will scent the wind, And straggling traveller's-joy each hedge with yellow stars will bind.

Dear bride of Nature and most bounteous spring, That canst give increase to the sweet-breath'd kine, And to the kid its little horns, and bring The soft and silky blossoms to the vine, Where is that old nepenthe which of yore Man got from poppy root and glossy-berried mandragore!

There was a time when any common bird

The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Moon-Face and Other Stories by Jack London:

mortal man will be able to look upon it--and see it!"

On the other hand, I used to find Paul Tichlorne plunged as deeply into the study of light polarization, diffraction, and interference, single and double refraction, and all manner of strange organic compounds.

"Transparency: a state or quality of body which permits all rays of light to pass through," he defined for me. "That is what I am seeking. Lloyd blunders up against the shadow with his perfect opaqueness. But I escape it. A transparent body casts no shadow; neither does it reflect light-waves--that is, the perfectly transparent does not. So, avoiding high lights, not only will such a body cast no shadow, but, since it reflects no light, it will also be invisible."

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

course; not a trace of anybody--never heard of anything worth belief, at any rate; but he had not been able somehow to tear himself away from Cole- brook.

"It was the shock of this disappointment, per- haps, coming soon after the loss of his wife, that had driven him crazy on that point," the barber suggested, with an air of great psychological in- sight. After a time the old man abandoned the ac- tive search. His son had evidently gone away; but he settled himself to wait. His son had been


To-morrow