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Bernok
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Bernok

Having worked by experience on publications I can tell you that Horoscopes (at least most of them) are made up by regular people.

Kelly
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Kelly

I think that horoscopes are real life experiences that should be taken with a grain of salt.

Angela Avalon
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Angela Avalon

Actually, astrology was practiced in the early Christian churches. I’ve seen it myself in old European churches. Astrology, as a science, is very fastinating and informative if you have the time to read charts and interpret them yourself. However, magazine horoscopes are for entertainment only. It’s all in good fun, and I don’t think God has a problem with that.

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I would have to begin by saying that in its origins, horoscopes were undoubtedly related to witchcraft, since the only men with the capacity to “read” the skies were precisely the cha-man of early tribes. They were the magicians of early human settlements and thus, the only ones with enough authority and knowledge to predict the future, assure prosperity in harvests, wars, trips, etc. With time and the appearance of modern sciences, astrologists still use these early superstitions -more than witchcraft- to try to predict your day, your future and the influence of celestial bodies on human experience. From a… Read more »

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confuzzled

really?i never heard anyone who thought astrology is witchcraft..anyways,your horoscope was based on where the North Star, Polaris, is in comparison with the top of the Great Pyramid. Nowadays,your horoscope has been moved back a month!For example,I was born in March 12,but I am not Pisces.I am an Aquarius.that’s all I know.