Horror Scopes

We tend to only believe our horoscopes if the astrologer is baring good news, and as soon as there is a glimpse of negativity we shy away from it, often assigning ourselves as a non-believer, or labeling it as drivel.  At the start of a New Year, people begin to believe again, wanting some guidance for the future or the year ahead… Astrology gives pointers and guides according to star and sun signs and alignment of planets… and well, so much more.  Like anything that requires a little understanding, or a touch of faith, it really is up to the individual to decide if the world of astrology is right for them.

Many people are discouraged from pursuing astrology either through lack of understanding or because they have had bad experienced with ‘phony’ practitioners.

We need not be scared of astrology, it is not witchcraft – it is a science of the placement of planets and stars (at least the planets and stars we are aware of).  Natal charts relate to time and place of birth, and describe personality strengths, and weaknesses, and display areas of growth.  If astrology is used correctly and accurately it can act as a therapy, helping individuals to foresee major life challenges, providing time and space for preparation for making choices.

Astrology is an old, well-established method for individuals to explore themselves and become self-aware, relating to relationships, career, health and life in general.

Susan Miller offers a full forecast for the month ahead on the 1st of each month for each star sign… she writes accurately and shows depth of knowledge and understanding of her craft.  http://astrologyzone.com/

Jonathon Cainer is a tad more cryptic, however this allows the reader to think about how the forecast relates to them.  He has a mystical sense about him, whilst being non-intimidating.  Cainer offers daily forecasts.  http://www.cainer.com/

Mystic Meg is a national treasure in many a person’s eye.  She works with The Sun newspaper and adds a commercialised trivial touch to daily horoscopes.  It is quite possible that her gimmicky approach and her title of alliteration are two of the reasons some people do not take reading horoscopes seriously, however on the other hand her long-standing images has made astrology more mainstream. http://www.thesun.co.uk/

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