Why horoscopes are bs?

According to astrological labels (Aquarius, Virgo, Pisces, Sagittarius, etc.) When we say that there is no evidence to support this, we mean that. There is no evidence that a person's personality has a significant correlation with the state of the cosmos at the time of his birth. This is particularly evident if you read the descriptions of the different “signs” without reading the name of the sign. In most cases, you'll find a handful of traits that can make you go, that sound like me, and a handful of traits that you might think are nothing like you, whether it's your sign or not.

Stars are giant orbs of flaming gas that float in a vacuum. They don't determine anything in your life. They don't care about you, or your girlfriend, or your job, or your sister's wedding, or that your car won't start, or if you're the jealous type. They can't decide if you get along with the Libras, if you can't stand cancer or if you're having a bad day.

They don't care at all, because they are giant orbs of flaming gas floating in the void. Stars don't even care about stars. If you're lazy, sleazy, or easily angry, it's your fault, not that of the galaxy. Which makes all the media fuss (and the cries of surprised idiots) surrounding the pole shift even more annoying.

A watch that is very durable in case you fall, lets you know if you're training more or less based on your performance, can help you create custom workouts and gives you all the stats you could want. Scientists develop screens that we can bend, find cures for diseases we can contract, and they tell us exactly how those stars work (meaningless). But a people who claim to have adjusted the Zodiac to compensate for millennia of planetary changes in order to return astrology to its Babylonian accuracy? Scientist is not the right word for one of these people. Instead, try dumb, charlatan, imbecile, etc.

Do you believe in stars? Stars aren't magic; they're masses of hydrogen that react thousands of miles away. Do you want to believe in something? Believe in science, facts and the cold hard truth, not in some spiritual nonsense you need to feel better about your life choices. Secondly, people follow their example because they are aggressive and take the initiative not because their horoscope told them to wear a fake smile for the day. As Randi shows, a horoscope can be given literally to anyone (stupid enough), and they will read in it whatever they want to feel that there is some cosmic grandfather up there, ready to give you a hug and tell you that everything will be fine.

I find it worrying that so many of my friends read their horoscope daily and really believe this nonsense. People who write these things make fortune or horoscope as vague as possible so that they can be applied to practically anyone. Whether your horoscope says the blatantly obvious or is just completely wrong, the fact that people wake up and start their day believing that this garbage is absurd. Horoscopes are just a great self-fulfilling prophecy that insecure people use to justify what is happening in their lives.

If you like to immerse yourself in your own cosmological DNA, you can get your own astrological chart or horoscope, which technically everyone has.