|BlogRank - Astrology ~ Here’s a list of the most admired astrology blogs. Astrology blogging exploded in popularity and seemed the new way forward, allowing everyone to have their say without the skills necessary to maintain a website for example. Today there are far fewer of them, because sadly their standards often proved so appalling in the end.
Links ~ This site is created and enthusiastically maintained by Bonnie
Lee Hill. It comprises a detailed and varied selection of links to information
on many aspects of astrology, ranging from popular Sun sign columns through
to the history of astrology and beyond. It is definitely worth a leisurely
|Cafe Astrology ~ Annie and Adam run this site and have lots on offer for you to enjoy. You’ll find Sun sign analyses, celebrity stars, comment on the latest cosmic happenings and a big focus on compatibility, relationships and love, together with a deeper look at certain other aspects of astrology and at some related subjects too.
|Catholic Encyclopedia ~ Published in 1913, the Catholic Encyclopedia is now
digitised and online. This is the astrology section, making a deeply
sceptical, though nonetheless interesting, read. If you’re looking
for entertainment it’s not really the thing, but there’s
some intriguing stuff on the history of astrology, for those prepared to
Horoscopes.com ~ Beautifully presented, this site is the ‘spare time
interest’ of a young digital artist and animator from the UK, who works
under the name of the Goblin Prince. You should certainly sample for
yourself the outrageous nature of much that this site contains. It is
in my opinion, sure to make you laugh out loud!
Khaldea ~ Notable features of this unique site include a 3,000
year precision ephemeris, a 2002 ephemeris for twelve time zones worldwide,
the birthcharts and data for one thousand celebrities, a varied selection
of articles plus the definitive online archive of Dane Rudhyar’s life
and works. It’s a heavyweight contribution…
Astrology ~ A pioneer of astrological retailing and founder
of London’s famous Astrology Shop, Robert Currey has since relocated
but continues to maintain his reputation at the pinnacle of computerised
chart interpretation. For those who are looking for such things, I’d have thought you’d have little reason to go elsewhere.
Door ~ Wendy Guy has forecasts with a lunar edge, a discussion of
the twelve signs and a selection of articles covering more complex astrological
concerns. An instant bookmark is her excellent glossary, explaining clearly a number of astrological terms, with attractive diagrams and illustrations just when you need them.
|Explore Astrology ~ I fell over this site, stumbling about in my usual cyberhaze. It caught my attention with its clean design and interesting features connecting the development of astrology with computer technology for example, and biographies of selected astrologers. Apparently it’s a non-profit venture which certainly makes a change…
Your Fate ~ This Indian site has an extensive section on Western
astrology, as well as Indian astrology, Chinese astrology and a whole
bunch of other things too. Some will be intrigued by the online Death
Meter, where after entering some detailed information about yourself,
the date of your demise is then revealed…
|Funniest Astrology Ever ~ I’m not sure about that but this is better than most parodies. The language is quite rich and the spelling is off, plus it looks like someone ran out of imagery and posted the outcome anyway. Best regarded as a work in progress and not for those of a sensitive disposition. Pisces: You lack confidence and smell funny… That’s OK then!
|Horoscoopgids.nl ~ Across a worldwide Web dominated by the English language, with Chinese and Russian showing strongly, other European languages might look left behind. This Dutch site lists horoscopes in English, Dutch, French and German. Although they haven’t caught up with my dailies yet, I’m sure they will get there eventually…
|Horoscope Ballet ~ Many will have heard of The Planets suite, but fewer will know about Horoscope, a ballet from 1937 by Frederick Ashton with music by Constant Lambert. The full score was lost in 1940 after only twenty-nine performances. Just nine pieces exist today, but you can listen to all these by following the links in the comments section, below this YouTube video.
Free ~ Coming out of Italy it seems, so that makes a change, this site has regularly updated horoscopes on every subject imaginable. They claim millions of members although the chat rooms are empty every time I’ve looked. Still, if you’re a horoscope junkie after your daily fix, get ready to lose all sense of perspective.