ALL of us have an interest in reading horoscopes in newspapers or magazines. These horoscopes tell us how lucky our day will be and inform us of precautions to take. They can even name our lucky colour and number for each day of the year. Even if you don’t really care about all these superstitions, you have to admit to a sneaky peek once or twice at these columns, right?
Horoscopes are actually based on the date and time of a person’s birth, with the belief that the fate and life of a person can be fixed and predicted by the position of the moon and the sun and those constellations present at the time of birth.
You might ask whether a horoscope is a superstition or the real deal. The answer lies in the mind of the individual as well as the horoscope reader. Astrology is not a scientifically proven subject; however, it is considered a form of pseudoscience.
Some have come to consider the power of horoscopes when they receive accurate readings. It is believed that a good and skilled astrologer can determine a person‘s future by reading his/her horoscope, which is later seen to come true.
Horoscopes can be fun, interesting and sometimes accurate, but always remember to use your mind. Don’t be shaken by what your zodiac sign says about you! Whether you believe in it or not, the important thing is to use it as a guide for a better future.