|Sexy Astrology with Charlotte ~ Obviously I’ve been doing this for aeons now, so it’s rare I find a site that really leaves me thinking, what? I’m making this recommendation because this is one of them, that in some ways has me full of admiration for such a subtle piece of irony, while in others has me wishing a fellow astrologer the very best of luck.
of Intelligence ~ The quirky title of this site intrigues,
with some no doubt surprised to come across such indications anywhere
on the Web. More seriously though, this is a well designed site, with
straightforward navigation, plenty of original material and with lots
of further updates planned for the future.
Food Astrology ~ Natori Moore’s site has an attractive and
original design, together with some unusual features. These include
book recommendations to intermediate level, a selection of articles
on a range of topics and a fun Star Quiz to test your knowledge of
celebrity parent and child sign combinations.
An extensive and professional resource. Constantly updated with current
transits, world events and the latest astrological happenings. Special
recommendations include the daily Planet Pulse audio feature, comprehensive
astrologer’s directory and the encyclopedic database of articles…
Astrology ~ Ann Futral has free daily, weekly and monthly
horoscopes, together with a helpful outline of what more detailed
study entails. You’ll find extensive information on compatibility,
both from an adult to adult and parent to child perspective, with a fascinating
section on the birthstone controversy.
|Strange Zodiac Signs ~ Freaking News emphasises current affairs and runs contests for those gifted at image manipulation to show off their skills with a creative picture summarising a news story. Each contest has a theme and this was the zodiac, with entries ranged from funny through grotesque, and Sagittarian Scarlett Johansson as a Aquarian…
Features loads of free stuff and unusually, it’s all based around your
actual birthchart too. Besides a detailed analysis and current daily
forecast, you’ll find a unique elective feature to help in choosing the
best days for all sorts of useful activities. There’s enough to keep
you busy for hours!
|The Spoof - Astrology News ~ Did you know the Mayans mention the death of Queen Elizabeth? Or the last solar eclipse marked the birthday of the New York Stock Exchange? Or that an alignment of Venus and Mars could make you feel you’re being pulled towards the ceiling? To be honest neither did I, but I’ve read worse astrology presented totally seriously…
|Top 100 Horoscopes ~ A horoscope directory run by enthusiasts for the equally converted, Top 100 Horoscopes distinguishes itself from the also-rans by reviewing the sites it lists. In the midst of a redesign at the time of writing and emerging from comparative dormancy, do visit this directory regularly and often, as their database takes shape.
Astrology ~ Those
interested in the astrology of relocation should visit Robert Couteau’s
site. With its detailed discussions and practical examples, Robert’s
theories concerning the importance of the least aspected planet in
a relocational analysis will certainly intrigue…
House ~ This website is produced in Denver, Colorado by the astrological
store of the same name. A nominal subscription is necessary to access
its full range of services, but there is still some interesting reading
and several free forecasts for everyone attracted to astrology, numerology
and similar topics.
|Twelve Signs Of The Zodiac ~ Curious offering from the Christian Science Monitor, weekly newspaper of The First Church of Christ, Scientist. Though astrology often gets a poor press from religious organisations, they are happy to promote this gallery featuring one photo for each of zodiac constellations, ranging to be frank from the prosaic towards the inspirational.
|ZIGZAGZINE ~ Offered in English and Dutch, this site is the story of one woman’s voyage towards self-discovery, with astrology to guide her on the way. From your initial encounter with its idiosyncratic and original interface you’ll realise you aren’t in for the usual ride. Allow some time to find your way around and for working through the content.
|Zodioscope.com ~ The English incarnation of a Slovakian original, run by Rastislav Szabo out of this central Europe republic. Smaller than Costa Rica, but larger than Switzerland or the Netherlands, Slovakia has one of the fastest growth rates in the European Union. Similarly, there is plenty to distinguish this website you will not discover elsewhere…