Do you believe in your horoscope?

@howhigh (758)
Canada
May 2, 2007 1:37pm CST
I have been told that I am both a Capricorn and an Aquarius because my birthday (jan. 18th) is close enough to both. Officially sites say i'm Capricorn but one lady who had read many books on the subject says its more accurate that i am a bit of both. SO i think that could be the same for anyone else born close to another sign. Many horoscopes tell you general advice that maybe anyone would need in their life but i think there are some descriptives about my two signs that i identify with and it is clear that i'm a better fit than with another sign. I never know what to believe but sometimes i check this site http://www.astrology.com.au I have heard some intuitive horoscopes from that one. and they also give an interesting sign compatibility than rang a bit true between me and my gf. I think maybe i'm too much into this.. even though i haven't learned much about it.
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@rodeotexas (1154)
• United States
2 May 07
I don't believe in it but that's just me personally. I kind of think it's stupid but again that's just me.
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@howhigh (758)
• Canada
3 May 07
One day I was chatting with my gf and i was wondering to myself whether I should tell her about something I did months ago, so I checked my horoscope and it said get the load off your mind it is better to live with a clear consciouses so i told her.. and since then i have always looked twice at horoscopes!
@PsychoDude (2018)
• Netherlands
2 May 07
My horoscopes always could never be worse off than what it says. But they also just write random crap themselves in the newspaper horoscopes :P. Was so funny once when on paper said it'd go good in love for me today but on work it wouldn't be all too well and I might be wanting to skip. The other paper mentioned something like in work I'd be making great chances on a better position this day but unfortunately I would have to compensate that with my love life. That so just doesn't fit together :P
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@howhigh (758)
• Canada
2 May 07
aha yeah they can be like that but there are disputes over many other seemingly objective things. Doctors, psychologists and engineers make poor decisions or if you gather the whole profession in a room, they would argue on what the best solution to one problem would be. So I think if you wanted to seriously lead your life by the stars you should pick one source. Inconsistency among sources is just evidence of capitalism and that people are competing for the right answer. What about your sign? Day-to-day horoscopes could be less reliable than the implications of your sign. For example do you have many friends with similar birthdays? An astrologist would try to explain that who and how you relate with can be directed by your star sign.