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Lucky Omens Around the World

By studying the movements and the positions of celestial bodies, many astrologers say they can predict certain events as well as formulating lucky omens and numbers. Omens are valued all over the world and in…

Myths of The Zodiac: Capricorn

Capricorn is the smallest of Zodiacal constellations. It is known to astronomers by the slightly different name of Capricornus. Capricorn’s name comes from the Latin for ‘horned goat’. In traditional astrological and astronomical charts, the…

Some Tips for Getting into Astrology

So, you want to become an astrologer. Whether this is born from a new career choice, a desire for a personal hobby or a need for human connection within a like-minded group, there are a…

Myths of the Zodiac – Sagittarius

Sagittarius is the ninth sign of the astrological zodiac and its name means archer in Latin. People born between November the 22rd and December 21st fall under this sign, which is commonly represented by a…

Myths of the Zodiac: Scorpio

Scorpio is unique among the zodiacal constellations in that it does not share its name with a designated scientific constellation. The astronomers of equivalent of the zodiacal Scorpio is called Scorpius. Although, they do line…

Stargazing in January

January is traditionally a great month for stargazing in the Northern Hemisphere. Although it is cold out in many nations, that’s nothing a warm flask and a couple of extra layers won’t fix – and…

Myths of the Zodiac: Libra

Libra is the seventh Zodiacal constellation and is symbolised as a pair of scales – often representing justice and balance. The constellation itself was first noted in Babylonian times, where it was sometimes known as…

Myths of The Zodiac: Virgo

Virgo, taken from the Latin for virgin, is the largest of the 12 Zodiacal constellations. Originally associated with wheat fields and fertile land, over the years this pattern of stars came to signal human fertility…