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Omar Reads the Net:
Your Psychic Hotline to Internet Success

Your Moon is in Uranus.
Your Backfield is in Motion.
Your Personal Newsgroup is alt.binaries.pictures.lingerie.bigbutts

Psychic Hotlines are taking over the world. If you don't believe us, just check the late-nite cable lineup. And if that doesn't make a believer of you, check out the

section of Yahoo.

There are only about a zillion listings: Tarot Readers, Astrologers, Lucky Lotto 900 Numbers, I-Ching for the Lovelorn -- every imaginable genre of Psychic Content you could ever wish for.

To bring our readers up to speed on this fast-track Internet business trend, EGR was able to arrange a rare interview with the widely famed author of "Omar Reads the Stars," an astrological column that has run in hundreds of newspapers over many decades. Whether your focus is interactivity or straight merchandising, we're confident you'll glean some savvy ideas for your own online business from this unique and penetrating exchange.

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Humble Beginnings

EGR: Well, it's certainly a pleasure to meet you in person after reading your horoscope columns in various newspapers over the years. By the way, everything you said has come true.

OMAR: Yeah? Pretty freaking amazing, ain't it?

EGR: I'm sure our readers are anxious to hear your advice on psychic business opportunities on the Web, but first tell us a little about how you got into this whole astrology thing in the first place?

OMAR: Well, the net wasn't around then, of course. Hell, television wasn't around then either. Newspapers were the big thing. A lot more people could read, for one thing.

EGR: Yes, literacy is certainly a social hot button these days, especially in an election year. So you eventually broke into syndication with your personal predictions. But what was it that decided you on that particular course?

OMAR: Well, my father was a Sephardic Jew and my mot