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naadstaartjesGuestFebruary 4, 2021 at 1:26 pm
There is no real standard for what would make a legitimate astrologer… At least not that I know of. And if there were, you would have brought it up, saying popular astrology is not by the book.
It’s not like you can get a title or study it at Harvard.
It doesn’t make it less of a science, but it does leave it less protected that way. Making it easier for everybody to pick up, which is great, because I personally believe that something like divination comes from within and can be trained by everyone. But you just might disagree with me on that.
I am currently wondering that while we are all discussing the same annoyances here, we might just have different views on what would make a reliable astrologer.
I really enjoy popular astrology. It is a gateway to getting into it a bit deeper if you want to. People who would want to dig deeper, almost always will. I think that’s a personal hunger that won’t be satiated by colorful bitesize pictures one would only find by accident on Instagram.