You like to bring changes to areas such as government, politics and legislation for the purpose of creating a better future. Although you preach tomorrow, you are reluctant to let go of yesterday. Your brilliant ideas make you a magnetic and exciting leader. Your hunches and insights are good; you are able to take old traditions and view them in new and different ways. Interested in land, resources and livestock, you can relate to these fields scientifically. Yet there is a basic conflict between Capricorn, which likes and adheres to tradition, and Uranus, the planet of change. If you cannot reconcile this conflict, you may become restless, nervous and overextended. Uranus was last in Capricorn from 1905 through 1912, and will return again to this sign from 1988 through 1995. Governor Ronald Reagan, Vice President Hubert Humphrey, Senator Barry Goldwater, President Lyndon B. Johnson, religious leader Mary Baker Eddy.
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