Do you really believe in your horoscopes?
I really don’t.
I don’t understand how people can think the date of their birth and their star sign runs there life and determines if they’re going to be sucessful in a relationship or work…
Only asking this as I’ve seen a few people describing themselves on questions like”what do you think of me” and mention their star sign XS
I mean yeah horoscopes are fun to read but I don’t believe them. What do you think of horoscopes/star signs?
Answer by The truth
I DON’T BELIEVE IN HOROSCOPES, THERE WAS A TIME WHEN I WAS SO INTO IT AND IT WAS FOR 3-4 MONTHS THEN I REALIZE THAT NOTHING THAT THOSE HOROSCOPES SAID CAME OUT TRUE
Answer by iluvu81994
yeah i kinda do
i mean i dont center my life around it but it kinda helps
sometimes it even turns out rihgt!!
and u know the compatibility stuff? its true because im a leo and my bff is an aries..
Answer by ModernDay Outcast
No way, horoscopes merely a study of the stars right, how the hell can that determine what events will take place in my life, especially when the same event will affect millions of other people, no I don’t, they are fun to read though.
Is there a chemical/physical/scientific explanation for how horoscopes work?
Is there a chemical/physical explanation for how the stars affect a person’s personality? E.g. someone once told me that she thought horoscopes could be scientifically explained like this: if you are born at a certain time of the year, the position of stars/planets etc. affects the Earth’s atmosphere etc. and therefore the altered pressure, air composition, gravitational pull etc. all meant that your body (and therefore your mind and your personality) were chemically and physically altered – thus providing a ‘scientific’ explanation of astrology. What do you think?
Answer by Rev. Alice
Science has established links between Sun Spots and electronic interference. Electromagnetic energy increases at such times as well and many people are sensitive to it. In addition the Sun Spot cycles are linked to times when Saturn and Uranus form ninety-degree angles–showing the (energy) interaction between Sun and planets–which also affects us.
Science has also established links between Lunar phases and tides, including the “interior tides” of female menopause.
All of this suggests that there are energies emanating from the planets that affect Earth’s atmosphere, directly or indirectly, and consequently, humans.
One thing observable now is that the 3 outermost planets are all in one quarter of the Zodiac, exerting an unusual amount of “pull” on the Sun. This in turn, stimulates the production of electromagnetic energy which many of us believe to be stimulating the rather obvious rise in human consciousness.
Do horoscopes actually have any bearing on relationships?
Horoscopes are almost frighteningly accurate at times. I’m an Aquarius and I want to go after a Scorpio, but I don’t want it to end in disaster. I guess I’m a bit skeptical, like, how can the day you were born influence your entire life? Of maybe I’m just trying to justify myself dating this person.
Do horoscope compatibilities actually have a foot in reality or is it all just a bunch of BS?
Answer by Lynn V
Horoscope is a tool, but it’s up to us how we want to use the information. Only the people involved know how the relationship will be. The best thing you can do is just ask the Scorpio how he feels and whether to move forward.
Scorpio and Aquarius are fixed signs, set in their ways. Water and Air . Aquarius likes to have many friends, Scorpio may like to be alone, but not lonely. Just with one. Only you can decide and choose. You can get a synastry chart done. Try alabe.com or cafeastrology to give you some tips. Best Wishes