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Today's Stichomancy for Mick Jagger

The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Essays of Francis Bacon by Francis Bacon:

when men shall wait upon others' necessity, broke by servants and instruments to draw them on, put off others cunningly, that would be better chap- men, and the like practices, which are crafty and naught. As for the chopping of bargains, when a man buys not to hold but to sell over again, that commonly grindeth double, both upon the seller, and upon the buyer. Sharings do greatly enrich, if the hands be well chosen, that are trusted. Usury is the certainest means of gain, though one of the worst; as that whereby a man doth eat his bread,


Essays of Francis Bacon
The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Poems by Bronte Sisters:

A dreadful doom for Pilate,--lingering woes, In far, barbarian climes, where mountains cold Built up a solitude of trackless snows, There he and grisly wolves prowl'd side by side, There he lived famish'd--there, methought, he died;

But not of hunger, nor by malady; I saw the snow around him, stain'd with gore; I said I had no tears for such as he, And, lo! my cheek is wet--mine eyes run o'er; I weep for mortal suffering, mortal guilt, I weep the impious deed, the blood self-spilt.

The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Before Adam by Jack London:

he plunged into a thicket and was gone.

The Swift One and I crept quietly away, only to run foul of another party of Fire-Men. They chased us into the blueberry swamp, but we knew the tree-paths across the farther morasses where they could not follow on the ground, and so we escaped. We came out on the other side into a narrow strip of forest that separated the blueberry swamp from the great swamp that extended westward. Here we met Lop-Ear. How he had escaped I cannot imagine, unless he had not slept the preceding night at the caves.