Reading astrology and asking the stars for guidance in life has long been reserved for older generations. The dusty image of astrology was yesterday as the zodiac and celestial constellations are currently undergoing a resurgence. Hollywood faces like Megan Fox are at the forefront.
Capricorn would rather cut off an arm than give up control, Gemini change friends more often than underwear, and Cancer simply ignore problems.
This isn’t just her. Now there are many people on the Internet talking about horoscopes and planets. Astro apps and books are also popular. And although there is a consensus among recognized scientists that there is nothing in astrology.
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Even celebrities deal publicly. US star Megan Fox said in an interview with Glamor magazine that she studies astrology, meditates, and performs rituals on new and full moons. I regularly explain the constellations of the planets in my videos. She’s also written a book about it – which will be published in November.
This is a good thing, as book publishers such as Dorling Kindersley report high demand.
Famous rappers like Nimo incorporate the star’s interpretation into their music. The rapper Badmómzjay continues to talk about horoscopes on Instagram and his Tiktok, explaining the supposed effects of healing stones. He is 19 years old and good at astrology. “I’m a triple air sign,” she says on her radio show, referring to the so-called natal chart.
Assumed reason for boom
Religious scholar Koch von Stuckrath told Swiss public broadcaster SRF’s program “Sternstunden Philosophie” that astrology is often a form of life support. Even so, people experience astrology as plausible.” He believes astrology techniques are now easily accessible through social media and apps. Stuckrad says it’s easy to exchange ideas on these topics as well. However, it is not yet known if it is really booming at this point.
Psychotherapist Felizitas Anbawen has taken a similar position on the same show. Searching for the meaning of life, searching for answers to questions that are not easily answered will keep you coming back again and again.
Astrological Society membership numbers also show that interest in astrology is coming in waves, with current interest continuing for almost a decade. According to chairman Klemens Ludwig, that number had reached its lowest level of about 550 during 2010. And in 2012, it has increased for the last 10 consecutive years. Currently, there are about 650 members. However, the association reached its peak in the 1980s and 1990s when he had nearly 1,000 members.
According to Ludwig, interest is growing now, especially among people under the age of 30, especially during the pandemic. could have In “Sternstunden Philosophie” Anbawen warned against becoming dependent on stellar interpretations. “The goal should be to take life into your own hands.”