I don't really believe in astrologers but my astrologer was always correct?

Let me come from a Catholic perspective. We are taught to believe that all forms of divination are to be rejected: recourse to Satan or demons, conjuring up the dead or other practices falsely supposed to ‘unveil' the future. Consulting horoscopes, astrology, palm reading, interpretation of omens and lots, the phenomena of clairvoyance, and recourse to mediums all conceal a desire for power over time, history, and, in the last analysis, other human beings, as well as a wish to conciliate hidden powers. They contradict the honor, respect, and loving fear that we owe to God alone.

Today some Christians are influenced by revived paganism in the form of the New Age movement. Some even suggest that Christianity originally held many occult beliefs, such as astrology. But the early Christians, like the early Jews, were vehemently opposed to astrology, even attributing it to demonic origin.

Checking in to the early church thinkers, Basil the Great, John Chrysostom and Augustine just to mention a few, all say in one way another, that astrology is a lie. If you are able to read Athanasius's Easter Letter 30:1 (A.D. 367), you will hopefully not get involved even what consider playful horoscope! Please don't take my word for it.


Astrologers word their predictions in such a way that it is so generic that you can almost always feel like they were correct. Your brain will try to find something that matches the prediction somewhat.

For example, if your astrologer says "A new person will enter your life."

This is so generic it will fit any number of people. Perhaps a new cashier at the grocery store helped you carry your bags. Perhaps a new post office employee delivered your mail. Etc etc

If your astrologer really knew the future they would be able to tell you specific details such as "A caucasian, 38 year old man named Fred Jones from Vancouver, BC Canada with BC drivers license 4466642 will crash into your car at 4:34pm tomorrow at the intersection of 12th and 15th ave. He will be wearing a brown leather jacket and be with a blonde woman named Terry Markell. They are newly engaged but will divorce exactly 372 days later."

No astrologer or psychic ever has been able to give that kind of detail yet they have lots of bullshit excuses for why they don't.

Don't buy into generic predictions. Don't buy into crap like "I see someone in your past. First name starts with R, or maybe T"

Make them be specific. If they don't, don't pay them


Is this a real question? I went to your attached link and it was some kind of flashy commercial site. What does this have to do with astrology?

Your question actually contains an implied contradiction: if you do not "believe" in astrologers, then why in the world would you be spending good money consulting a particular astrologer?

Something does not add up.

And, if this astrologer you mention is "always correct" he or she must be very good. Thus, not likely to be free. Again, something does not add up.

Some astrologers are good, some are poor to fair and a small number are exceptional.


Is being introverted bad? I am an introverted person in college. Will I face any problems because of this in my life? Do I have to change myself? If so, how do I do that?

Yes. Many!Since your birth, you feel awkward in your skin. You feel different from others. You hanker for solitude and people see you as abnormal. You stay alone most of the time. You feel like suffering from some kind of disease through all your life. You can not function properly in common setting as other people do. You need

Are the U.K. and U.S. relations as close as they claim them to be?

Barack Obama and David Cameron are cordial, but clearly not bosom buddies. Obama was caught on an open microphone calling Cameron a "lightweight" several years ago. But personal feelings aside, the functional relationship between the two nations is probably a lot closer than most of us even know. We have no idea how much intelligence traffic