Answer by As long as you’re up, get me a lawyer
Over half a century ago, Bertram Forer came up with a well known proof that horoscopes are popular for the same reason that religious fairy-tales are popular. Most people love to believe in hocus-pocus and out of wishful thinking they will make up significant connections between events that are not related, and add meaning to phenomena that are random.
Answer by Piscesblue60
No, the general run, “one size-fits-all” are just for fun. They are amusing to read in the paper because usually just the opposite is true. Some say it’s science and others say it’s superstition.
Astrology has been around for thousands of years and I find it interesting reading but I haven’t studied it in depth. One would have to have a deep interest to learn all there is to know about where the planets are and all the terms and the star charts, etc. Maybe they know something the rest of us don’t. They don’t seem like the jolliest people on Earth now do they?
Answer by Judee
No, these people deceive you.
Answer by Baw
I agree with Chemo. Most horoscopes would fit anyone on any given day, but my sign also fits me, almost perfectly.
To the “while your up” guy: As smart as you are, Wikipedia is an unusual choice for references considering their sources.
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