AQUARIUS (January 20 - February 18) You may be uncertain about some of your coworkers and your boss. Try to do things with children that will enable you to bond closer to them. Rewards for past good deeds will be yours.
CAPRICORN (December 22 - January 19) Short trips will be educational. Try to stay calm, and whatever you do, don't nag. You might get behind if you spend too much time debating senseless issues.
CANCER (June 21 - July 22) Your partner's a little jumpy. Do yourself a favor and leave your plastic at home. Work at home if at all possible. Insincere gestures of friendliness are likely to occur.
LEO (July 23 - August 22) You can make money if you're willing to push your ideas on those in a position to support your efforts. Empty promises will cause upset. Don't make large purchases or investments.
PISCES (February 19 - March 20) Someone left a real mess for you to sift through. This will be a great night to invite friend over to visit. Uncertainties regarding your home and family are evident.
GEMINI (May 21 - June 20) Don't let your emotional upset interfere with your professional objectives. Do not get upset about situations you cannot change. Chances are you could get stuck with a colleague's job unexpectedly.
TAURUS (April 20 - May 20) This will be a very hectic day if you've made promises to too many people. Financial limitations may add to your depression. Try not to be overly generous.
SAGITTARIUS (November 22 - December 21) Colleagues may try to undermine you. Look into ways to better yourself through improving your dietary habits and daily routines. You may find that your generosity has been taken for granted.
SCORPIO (October 23 - November 21) Don't let the moods of those you live with get you down. Look into any educational activities involving the whole family. You will have opportunities to advance, but you may have to be willing to make some changes and possibly a residential move.
LIBRA (September 23 - October 22) You may find that someone at work hasn't been trustworthy. Exhaustion will lead to minor injury if you don't know when to quit. Be cautious who you deal with financially.
VIRGO (August 23 - September 22) The existing problems must be dealt with one way or another. You will encounter those who can help you further your goals if you attend functions that attract prominent people. You may find yourself in the midst of a pretty good deal.
ARIES (March 21 - April 19) Look into joining groups that can give you hands-on advice about business. Lovers may no be truthful. You may find that your quick wit and charm will help you in obtaining allies.
They said the Giant Squid couldn't exist and yet they found it ;P But as for the Kraken I'm not to sure of. BUT it could have been possible that they exaggerated in the stories of what this creature was exactly.
actually the colossal squid is larger than the giant squid, sorry I'm quite a nerd and I watched a documentary on the colossal squid :P
as for the mythology surrounding the Kraken, a large hurrican could have hit city that was supposidly destroyed by the Kraken (sry i forget the name of the city)and it was destroyed that way while a large squid could have been spoted during the event and the whole event then blamed as punishment from the Gods... Just my theory on what could have really happened.
I never knew of the Colossal Squid haha. But yes I agree with Ali. Most olden stories, such as the one being spoken, have been slightly exaggerated (or even more so) more and more every few generations. I mean look at Jesus! People said that he "walked on water" but really? They also said that it was stormy and he was at a distance ;P Like I said, any story of history could be exaggerated haha
for all of you clash of the titans buffs, the original myth of persus had a sea monster named Cetus as the actual princess devourer.
Persus happened upon andromeda when he was returning from slaying medusa, a task he was given in order to obtain the freedom of his mother from a cruel king. Poseidon was said to have sent the Cetus to kill andromeda because her mother casseopia claimed her beauty was above that of the gods.
Dispite my enjoyment of the movie, that was artistic lisence. The Kraken was also a scandanavian/norse belief, the greeks had actually very little to do with the open ocean beyond the agean sea, they belived that the realm of the dead was reachable beyond the rock of gibralter (aka the pillars of heracles to them). On strictly movie terms, I wish the Kraken had more screen time lol.