Why People Believe in Horoscopes?
Hello! My name is Tom. My zodiac Sagittarius. This sign is ruled by the Centaur, a half-human, half-horse mythical creature.
According to my zodiac I’m in hunger to expand and learn a new things. Life is sending me on adventures to determine the meaning of existence. The sign of Sagittarius helps us take risks and big leaps of faith, I can bite off more than I can chew. Under this sign’s influence, I need to know my limits. Otherwise, I can get excited about starting new projects, but fail to follow through. I have a gift for seeing the absurdity of human nature and turning it into comic material. My favorite things are: flirting, pets, international travel, laughter, books, inspirational stories.
It’s hard to say how many other Sagittarius can relate this to themselves, but seems that desire to believe in your zodiac is common thing for most of millennials. We’re a generation that largely resists labels and refuses to be categorized, so it’s curious that so many millennials obsessively read their horoscopes. Some of the most popular websites amongst often post click bate articles about star signs: ”Should you marry him/her according to your zodiac sing?” ; ”Where to travel according to your zodiac sign?” ; ”Daily horoscope: how to spend you day” ; ”Your zodiac sign might kill you” etc.
Many people look forward to their weekly horoscope, using their astrological sign predictions as a guide for what’s to come. At some point in might become an excuse for bad choices. Some people might say: ”my horoscope was right, I shouldn’t have dated this guy” ; ”Of course, I’m in bad luck! My horoscope told me so…”
Even if you were so inclined to believe in your horoscope, it should probably be noted that you were more than likely born under a different sign than you think you are.
Why? Because the astrological calendar has failed to be updated as our position in relation to the stars has changed.
Funny and ridiculous video below: