Why are my horoscopes all different from different sites?
Some sites say that today I might face confrontation while other sites say that I had to enrich my life or have financial problems.
Answer by 雪
Its not real so don’t worry. They make it up so of course none of them are correct.
Answer by randel
July 1st, Aries:
‘Today, you will ask a question that makes you look like a true moron.’
Well, if you are trying to live based on what horoscopes sites are telling you, then their inconsistencies arent the real problem here.
Live your own life and dont use vague guides laid out by people you will never meet to determine your ‘approach to the day’.
Stop being so naive and gullable and live each day to the fullest…WOW…theres some solid advice!
Answer by Swat
Astrology is a very specific science that is interpreted with just as many viewpoints as christianity. We all know that roman Catholic is the real denomination of religion, just as www.horoscopes.com. I would stick with that website and call it a day. Astrologists often study at technical schools or schools with no accreditation so i would assume all horoscopes are generally true. If you feel you can’t find one that best fits you than call Miss Cleo or another psychic hot line. Best wishes, Cancer.
Answer by ChainLightninG⅜
Congratulations, you just found out what makes astrology false. The inconsistency and the contradicting. Even when it is wrong, it is not wrong the same way twice.
Answer by Matthew P
Are you just looking at newspaper-style horoscopes that lumps everyone born in a certain month into one set of predictions or counsels? That’s why. Astrology is much more than simply one’s sun sign. I’d recommend plugging your birth data in at astro.com, among whose free features include a tour of your unique natal chart in all its wonder, as well as individualized horoscopes based on that chart.
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People saying the star signs have changed?
What’s everybody talking about, that the star signs have changed? I don’t follow my horoscopes or anything, but I know I was a Capricorn, but will I be something different now? And why have they changed?
Answer by Shaggy
If you look in the newspaper, you’ll see there’s no change. So what you wanna do? Go to some crappy site some kid made that includes Ophiuchus
Answer by Seeker
I think earth axis is slowly moving. North star won’t be north star in few hundred years. The signs are based on position in the sky. So the range of dates based on signs are change too. I am confuse too. My birthday is Feb 19. In some book, I am pisces. In some book I am Aquarius.
Answer by Raftar
no its all same
Answer by Michelle
An amateur astronomer who teaches astronomy classes at a Midwestern US college created this confusion. He knows nothing about astrology and he appears to know little more about astronomy. Ophiuchus was one of the first constellations that Ptolemy charted. The instructor, however, has neglected to mention Hercules, Serpens Caput, Serpens Cauda, and Aquila–the constellations that border Ophiuchus and aren’t included in the Sidereal zodiac either. Ophiuchus, Serpens Caput and Serpens Cauda are actually one constellation.
Astronomy aside now, the global *astrological* community doesn’t get involved in what anyone in the *astronomy* community thinks or does except to clear up the confusion they leave. When the International Astronomers Union (IAU) decided to “demote” Pluto a few years ago to a “dwarf planet,” astrologers didn’t listen because the observations we were making with Pluto had nothing to do with astronomical concerns. Astronomers note the cosmic changes as they relate to the cosmos. Astrologers note changes in the cosmos as they relate to human behaviors, mundane events and even the weather. The two fields are completely unrelated except that one field of study was under the umbrella of the other until about 500 years ago. But they have two distinctly different purposes today, just as they did 500 years ago.
Astrology isn’t about to change on the word of an astronomer–amateur or professional. One has nothing to do with the other. Astronomers happen to use the same zodiac that Eastern astrologers use, but it’s for totally different purposes. The zodiac astrologers use around the world hasn’t changed, and it won’t.
If you were born a Capricorn, you still are–and you always will be. That’s a promise. Hope that helps.
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its a little glitchy from the original only because i didn’t want to waste 5 hrs uploading the real one. after the credits are just bloopers.
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