The Real Truth About Your Favorite Astrology Horoscope Website
It’s understandable. You’re curious about astrology or some other form of divination like numerology. You do a quick search on-line, having only a limited amount of time in your busy schedule, and you scan the first entries that come up in the search engine results, finding what appear to be reliable resources.
Seeing the big-name testimonials and media exposure (arranged by their public relations consultants), high-ranking status in the search engine results (arranged by their search engine optimization expert) and ultra-professional website, you expect very accurate astrology readings and reports.
Yet, you are disappointed because all the information, even from the more expensive computerized reports, is so general it could almost apply to anyone. You may even begin to question the validity of astrology.
But you keep going back because you’re hoping that you might eventually get an actual glimpse into your future. You’re not alone if you’ve developed this bad habit.
I’m all for supply and demand, (non-crony) free-market capitalism. The market demands a quick fix, and the trivial astrology and other divination sites supply it.
Many of those astrology sites offer a good introduction to the science, albeit a very incomplete one.
I respect the owners of the very popular astrology sites in one way: they’ve managed to profit very handsomely in their marketing. Though it’s important to understand that they are exclusively marketers; that’s what you are when you market a superficial form of astrology (or numerology, etc.).
The core problem is that none of these entrepreneurs make clear that what they offer are mere incomplete fragments of ancient methodologies.
Do you want the truth about today’s astrology, the astrology found on your favorite horoscope website? You do if you want to stop wasting your time with inconsequentialities, which ultimately don’t serve you other than creating a diversion, an escape from reality.
Since the late 1980s I’ve tested every methodology and system I could find—call it an obsession—and I’ve found what works and what doesn’t.
While those ever-popular “horoscope” sites offer a light introduction to the science of astrology (or numerology, or other divination methods), know that the quick fix horoscope readings you find on those sites are purely for entertainment purposes only.
Copyright © 2013 Scott Petullo