All horoscopes and signs have different strengths and weaknesses, desires, attitudes and preferences. That’s why some horoscopes and signs work well together. Stay with us and learn more about The ideal best friend for each zodiac sign. According to astrology, Aries should definitely surround themselves with Libras. Aries can be exuberant sometimes, and Libra can keep them in check. Stubborn Taurus and less confrontational Pisces are a perfect match. Gemini and Aquarius will enjoy together simple things around them because they are both easygoing, flexible and compassionate. On the other hand, Cancers and Sagittarius are a perfect match for their introspective thinking. Self-centered Leos need selfless friends that could easily balance out their domineering nature. They need a Capricorn on their side. Virgos enjoy spending time with an Aries because they are creative enough to lead whimsical conversations with them. Libras enjoy the sophisticated taste and supernatural beauty, so they perfectly agree with Leos. All Scorpios should have an Aquarius best friend. Scorpios are bold and mysterious and don’t like other bold people. They would rather spend time with an unobtrusive sign like the Aquarius. Capricorns love careful planning, so they get along best with Sagittarius that don’t like frivolous people. Carefree Pisces surround themselves with Scorpios because they know they will have somebody to keep them on their toes.
Horoscopes and the Bible have a very real connection. In fact, the Holy Bible expressly forbids acts based on Horoscope. To know this truth about horoscopes and the Bible, we need to understand what a horoscope is. A horoscope relies on the assumption that heavenly bodies like stars and planets influence our lives. The calculation involving the position of stars and planets during the birth of an individual is used to predict his/her future. The horoscope is a fascinating column in every magazine and newspaper, and everyone reads it. However, not many people follow astrology in the modern world. Is following astrology a sin? Well, that is a debatable question, though the Bible says that one should depend on God only as a guiding force. Horoscopes do not agree with this and in a way are opposed to the Bible’s teachings. Hence true Christians do not believe in horoscope, though they might read it as an interesting article. So although there is a connection between the Bible and horoscopes, it is not a connection that reinforces either belief.
How many times have you picked up a newspaper or a magazine and gone straight to the horoscope page? I’m sure it’s been plenty of times, don’t worry too much, you are not alone. This is a story that could be told by millions of people around the world and they will still look at or have already glanced at their July 2016 horoscope predictions. Horoscopes and star signs have been with us since the 1st century and continue to influence our thinking on our own and other people’s characters and behaviours depending on the date and month of birth. These predictions definitely keep us healthy, at least in terms of relieving stress. You could randomly be reading your July 2016 horoscope predictions on any given day this week and it will influence your decision son a matter that has been nagging at you for months or even years. They say that horoscopes are not science based predictions but we still love them because on that day when you needed some sign from above and science or critical thinking had failed you, right there on a random magazine, newspaper or website a perfect answer appears on the horoscope page. For this reason, I’m definitely reading my July 2016 predictions
I hope you will too.
Very recently I read a bit about numerology predictions and how numbers affect us. The numerology predictions had me intrigued as they seemed more accurate than normal horoscopes. So, here is a little introduction about numerology which might stimulate some interest. The first thing to know is the Sun number. It is the sum of your birth date and the birth month. Say for example you were born on 15th of November, then 15 + 11 adds up to 26. Now add up the individual digits to get a one digit number 2 + 6 = 8. This is the Sun number. Now some general Numerology predictions 2016. The year is 2016 which adds up to nine, and hence, the number allotted to the year is nine. Nine is the last single digit number and this year will be about completing leftover things. The year is not so great for starting new projects. I find the subject fascinating and hope to share more in the coming months, predictions and the methodology.
A Birthday horoscope tells us that the future is connected to the day you are born, but that is not all. There are many other factors to be considered, but the starting point is the birthday and time of birth. I was wondering how birthday is used to forecast the future in a birthday horoscope. I have read many astrology books and also searched online but every time I found the information was either very general or not conforming to what is happening. I was taking myself into consideration while trying to get the answer to this question. I came across many interesting articles which talk about how the future is affected by the heavenly bodies like sun, moon and stars. I have talked in other posts about the horoscopes being unscientific and why we should not believe them but my research was inconclusive. The heavenly bodies do affect us by their gravitation at least and there is some basis behind the thinking. So the time of birth also has a major impact on the foretelling of future. In fact in some countries individual horoscopes made when the child is born foretell the future of the child. And believe it or not they are sometimes quite accurate. So just dismissing this ancient technique of foretelling future is not right, I need more information – anyone out there care to share their thoughts or give info on this?
We’re about to enter 2016 and I suppose everyone is wondering what this year is going to cough up. Many look to the horoscopes to get an idea. According to the Chinese horoscopes they tell us we are going into the Year of the Monkey, which kicks off on Feb 8, 2016. It looks as though the year is going to be a lively one and that anyone looking to start their own business could do well to start it in 2016.
Globally, we are expected to see quite a bit of global economic growth. It is a good idea for everyone to take up any courses that can enhance your life and more so that business that you should be starting! An exciting aspect of 2016 is that the Year of the Monkey is advising us to break free and actually take some calculated risks! This is especially true for roosters and horses as the year looks to be pretty exciting for them.
The Year of the Monkey 2016 is a good year to break free and take calculated risks. This sounds somewhat risky though, as the Chinese Horoscope warns that 2016 could be a difficult year for people who fall under the Tiger, Dog, Boar and snake signs. Sheep should be specially attentive around their health and rabbits should handle their finances with great care.
Astrology is one of those things that people do intensely believe in (even I believe in them sometimes- when I read Sun Signs by Linda Goodman, I was just frightened by how scarily accurate some of those descriptions were, and that certainly surprised me). But how accurate are horoscopes? Do the stars actually guide our lives? Does Mercury being in retrograde actually mean that all our dreams are going to fail?
From a scientific point of view, this does seem a little random. The best explanation I’ve ever heard is that this whole thing has to do with atoms and their energies. After all, all matter is connected, as we were all together during the creation of the universe. We all share these energies- but these energies differ, because of the slight difference in the matter in all of us. And it’s this energy that horoscopes are predicting.
I have come to realize something- no matter how illogical horoscopes do sound, sometimes, they are true (after all, we cannot explain exactly why a lot more people suicide during a full moon). While I do not read horoscopes on a daily basis and alter my mood according to the same, I do read my monthly and yearly horoscopes, because they help me make up my mind. I think of it as a solution given to me by the universe.
Moreover, if I am going through a big problem and want a solution, I head out and get a personalized birth chart made for myself- and I find them far more accurate.