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Astrology Club ~ The website of the South Bay Astrological Society, based in San Jose, California has some great features, designed to educate visitors in the finer points of astrology. Especially recommended are the animations, that explain complex astronomical principles in an interesting and accessible way. This site seems to have changed hands lately. Be aware!
Astrology.com ~ Very slick and commercial, the flagship site of popular astrology and a must visit for all astrosurfers. In terms of bringing astrology to a mass audience, there is much about Kelli Fox’s approach that can only be admired. This site’s reference component is worthwhile too, although the big business element is never far away.
Astrology for the Soul ~ This site has featured prominently across the Web for several years now. Presented by a youthful Moses Siregar III, initially from Hawaii and now based in Prescott, Arizona - it has plenty to keep you interested in terms of articles, tutorials and other features. Extensive updates are also planned.
Astrology in the Age of Aquarius ~ This site has been a mainstay of the astrological Internet for some years. It contains a great selection of features, which unusually will both intrigue the beginner and challenge the expert. It also has probably the best astrological critique of Near-Earth Asteroid Cruithne available online…
Astrology News Service ~ A belated effort on the part of the astrological establishment in the United States, to drag themselves into the Information Age. Backed by the handful of self-aggrandising bodies whose leading lights monopolised the lecturing circuit for some decades, it is interesting to contrast the showing they have made with others who didn’t have their help…
Astrology-Numerology.com ~ A must for those commencing their studies and with several gems for the more experienced too, Michael McClain’s site outlines the essential astrological principles in substantial depth and detail. At the time of writing, this is the best introduction to serious astrology I’ve seen on the Web.
Astrology Online ~ The name says it all, Michael Thiessen’s site is an online astrological institution that must be included in any list of recommendations. Notable features comprise some interesting Sun sign commentaries and the ‘Prophesy Watch’ where you can post your own prophecies. Lots of horoscopes as well…
Astrology on the Web ~ Engrossing Australian resource, lovingly nurtured by Rob Tillett et al. Initially a laudable array of different Sun sign analyses and forecasts, the more you dig the better it bets. Plenty of in-depth, detailed, informative articles although they're all presented largely from a ‘traditional’ perspective.
Astrology Songs ~ Stop it, I hurt! These are edited highlights of the work of Harvey Sid Fisher, who is making a name by writing songs on the twelve zodiac signs and then promoting them on YouTube. Where does he get the women from I’d like to know, and also the characteristics of the signs? Anyway, this totally floored me. Go there now!
Astropro ~ Richard Nolle’s venerable Astropro is itself a great source for some unusual information and provides links to further astrological resources elsewhere on the Internet. Astropro also presents its own WOW (Website of the Week) awards, but unfortunately doesn’t include any site with a Sun sign component, so not to me I’m afraid…
Astroscoped Horoscopes ~ Astroscoped is primarily a directory of free horoscopes available around the Web, with links to those offered on a daily, weekly, monthly and annual basis. In addition there is some useful information on astrological principles, which will interest those striving to learn astrology for themselves.
AstroTwins ~ Ophira and Tali Edut are identical twin sisters, but two Sagittarians and not two Geminis. Together they are astrologers for Teen People magazine and AOL’s Teen Channel, so their website targets a younger audience, with advice on crucial teen issues like romance, what to wear and which celebrity is really just like you.
Bible Verses About Astrology ~ A selection of verses that mention astrology, taken from the King James Version of the Christian Bible, first published in 1611 and with more than one billion copies printed since. Most of these references are quite oblique and as you’d imagine, they are focussed on steering converts away from their previous beliefs, towards this new religion…
Horoscope 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.