The world is full of people who are superstitious and then come those who believe what these superstitious people say or predict. Yes, you guessed it right, we are referring to so-called fortune-telling thing that still prevails in the 21tst century. There are people in this world, still, who would not step outside of the home without reading their horoscope.
Those who pay a real-time visit to the fortune tellers or astrologers have gone too deep into this soothsaying business that it’s hard to make them believe in this article. Yet, we have pulled all our courage together to try to open your eyes, too, for the first time, disbelieve in something. We are not against any sentiments of any human being here,
Table of Contents
- But we try to make an endeavor that why you should not believe in Astrology or fortune-telling.
- 1. You never get solidified answer or view
- 2. Even astrology differs from person to person
- 3. They foretell far future, not the near one
- 4. We share our zodiac sign with millions of people
- 5. They tell you what you want to hear
- 6. Believing too much into astrology makes you coward and dependent
- 7. You might lose a person
- 8. The ploy of astrologers
But we try to make an endeavor that why you should not believe in Astrology or fortune-telling.
1. You never get solidified answer or view
How often does this happen that you visit an astrologer and he has a cut to cut answer for you. Or how often is your horoscope tells you the exact event of your life? Even if you try to pick the best astrologer, you won’t get the exact solidified answer from them. You might get to hear soothsaying things but not the truth. Every astrologer has a different story to tell.
2. Even astrology differs from person to person
This should not be hard to believe that why is it so, that when you visit an astrologer he has a piece of different news about your stars. Every astrologer tends to read your horoscope differently and claims to have a different direction of your ruling planets. Again, why so much conflict?
3. They foretell far future, not the near one
If astrology has any power if astrologers can tell what future holds for us, why is it always in the far future? Why don’t they assure us that something going to happen tomorrow or even by the next week? The truth is they don’t rely on the theory completely themselves.
They know you have come to hear something comforting, otherwise, no fully content person pays them a visit. They say things that sound comforting and promising for the farthest future. You will be a billionaire by 2025! (You won’t even remember anyone ever said that to you).
Yes, it is true that we share our zodiac sign with millions of people, even with actors and millionaires. Do you think whatever you read in your daily horoscope is what is also happening with Bill Gates? Think, people! Think!
5. They tell you what you want to hear
You go to an astrologer as if going to a doctor. You tell him/her your problem and you get an answer that you want to hear. Most of the times they know what you want to hear and they tell you exactly that. This makes you believe in them, and pay them a second visit just like you do with the doctor. And the only difference is doctors do have a solution to our problem. They can heal!
6. Believing too much into astrology makes you coward and dependent
When you only run your life on the basis of astrology, you become too gullible in life. You are always apprehensive of things and will never be able to experience new ventures. You become too dependent to trust your instinct and most of your life is run by luck or superstitions.
7. You might lose a person
Most of the believers of astrology would be apprehensive even before meeting a girl/boy because they know their zodiac sign and you believe it doesn’t pair to your zodiac sign. You could lose a potential relationship just because of some meek obscure belief system.
8. The ploy of astrologers
Yes, most of the astrologers are con men, they fool people in order to extract money from them and in no time they make you believe in their ploy and gambit. You end up paying them for fooling you.