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Article Teaser: Have you ever stopped to wonder exactly who writes those horoscopes that are found buried within the pages of newspapers and magazines? Like, 'who thinks of these things'? On top of that, 'who gives these people the authority to tell us how our days, months, or years are supposed to turn out?'

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Horoscope 411

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Have you ever stopped to wonder exactly who writes those horoscopes that are found buried within the pages of newspapers and magazines? Like, "who thinks of these things"? On top of that, "who gives these people the authority to tell us how our days, months, or years are supposed to turn out?

A lot of the time the messages are so vague to the point that anybody who reads it can probably pull out something from their day that can somewhat relate to what it says. The sad thing is you would be surprised at the percentage of how many people actually look to this stuff for answers; even down to simple things like determining their temperament or mood for each day. If that is not pathetic enough, some people will actually get stressed over what they read if it is not pleasing enough to them. That is no better than a person deciding to position their bed between two close walls so they never have to worry about waking up on the wrong side of the bed.

Are some people really that desperate to know what even a few seconds into their future holds? Or is it more along the lines of them being scared to just live and find out naturally? How could something like this not call for a little research? After doing just that, it comes to find out that some people actually look at the stars and position of the planets and other things to determine such a fad. You heard me right, a fad.

You don't actually believe that EVERY horoscope writer is going out of his/her way collecting star dust to sprinkle the truth through their pen just to tell you how you will undoubtedly be feeling when you wake up in the morning, do you? I can bet on high stakes that the majority of these people are either at home or sitting behind a desk in their company's office, relaxing with a cigarette in one hand and a glass of whatever they drink to the side, writing away their imagination while the world impatiently awaits the next submission of their destiny. That doesn't sound difficult at all. Especially due to the fact that I am naturally inclined to study the actions and behaviors of people well enough to distinguish a Taurus from a Pisces by the way they walk alone.

So if anybody should compose an accurate horoscope reading, it should be me. Rather than speculate on how your day, week, or year will unfold, I will instead focus on the personalities of each sign of the zodiac. This will provide a more in-depth experience with the guarantee to make you smile attached to it. I am far from psychic, but I am quite positive that I will be on point with these.

Capricorn (Dec 22-Jan 19)

Capricorn's are cool and in control. They are so calm and collected that they are able to set a goal and reach it no matter how long it takes them. A lot of people under this sign are born leaders; they achieve success almost naturally. They are known to be hard working, grounded, and have a more serious nature. The level of patience that these people possess is out of this world.

They believe in taking their time with everything in order to make sure it is done right. You are competitive and want power, control, and respect. The crazy thing is that you always get what you want because even other people feel that you deserve it. Often seen as the glue that holds the pieces together, people admire you for your emotional coolness and your "different" sense of humor. You can be very quiet at times but a lot of times when you start talking, you just don't know how to stop.

Aquarius (Jan 20-Feb 17)

Beware of these people, seriously! To be frank, these people are downright weird. Their choice of activities include some normal things like reading, comedy clubs and social drinking with friends, but when it comes to things like spontaneously running down the street naked at midnight, that is when their offbeat streak is demonstrated. Aquarians love to be different to the point where they will go against the grain just to stand out. Their aura just screams "Look at me!" You can forget it if they happen to be beautiful or even have a certain quality that may bring a compliment about, they will have no shame in flaunting it. On a completely different note, they are humanitarians and want the world to be nothing other than a happy place.

They are extremely intelligent, quick thinking and can be very confident in the abilities of others. They are as equal a social butterfly as they are a loner and can somehow like something and hate it at the same time. Aquarians are self disciplined and absolutely hate being dictated. If their independence feel restricted, they can be very rebellious. These people are also known to have stalker tendencies.

Pisces (Feb 18-Mar 19)

Fish can be very dramatic and overly emotional. It is almost as if they allow their feelings to rule them. Pisces people are one of the most difficult to read, and it's probably due to the fact that they can adapt to any person or situation virtually to perfection. Many of us may see this sign as boring but they are in fact just the opposite. They are intriguing individuals who are naturally artistic. Sometimes they can talk their way into bad situations because they sometimes unknowingly speak things that others would only think. They love to dream and sometimes have so many good ideas at once that it becomes a task for them to even carry out one. If you see that man or woman on the bus that looks either lonely or lost, nine times out of ten they are probably a Pisces.

Aries (Mar 20-April 19)

These people do not bite their tongues for anything or anyone. They are prone to hurt people's feelings even though they truly don't mean to; they are just free spirited, spontaneous people by nature. If they are faced with any kind of disappointment, they will probably act like a child. They act and react on impulse and a lot of times this can chase people who don't understand them away. On the other hand, people love their zest for life. They are honest, enthusiastic and have a very strong character. They rather associate with people who seem to have their head screwed on tight. People who appear and wishy washy leave no middle ground for them, which may explain why they get along with some people and not others. These people without a doubt like to live life according to their own set of rules.

Taurus (April 20-May 19)

Ugh! People who fall under this sign are very, very stubborn. Did I mention that they are stubborn? They have a terrible mean streak and believe the world is supposed to revolve around them. On a better note they are very dependable and loyal. They are very determined and will get what they want "by any means necessary". They hate to see someone upset, unless they were the one who caused them to be. Their temper can easily get out of control and once they are revved up, it is very difficult to calm them down. These people will be in your corner for life if you don't end up killing them first. These bulls have abusive tendencies so beware.

Gemini (May 20-June 20)

They have two faces indeed. These people can be a lot of fun to be around and can be the life of the party when things are going their way. The minute things change in a not so good direction, they can become evil and depressed. They are reputable liars but they may just seem to have a bad habit of saying what comes to mind. Their good side is really good and their other side can be equally just the opposite. They probably hear the question "what are you so damn happy about?" more than any other zodiac sign. They are very inquisitive because they always have ideas going on in their head. They love to partake in projects and other things that require hard work and dedication and will make sure that it pays off.

Cancer (June 21-July 21)

Cancers are the cry babies of the zodiac. Their life revolves around love and will literally kill you mentally for it. Promises mean everything to them and if you break one, they will probably hold it against you for the rest of your life. Their memory is phenomenal. They strive for perfection and are very family oriented. They love kids and need security to ease their never-ending insecurity and emotional troubles. This sign could be a pleasure to be around but at the same time, only the strong survive.

Leo (July 22-Aug 22)

Leo's are genuine but they have ego's bigger than the sun. You can not tell these people that they are not perfect without them laughing in your face. The crazy thing is, they believe what they feel about themselves so much that others start believing it too. They can be arrogant and boastful but there is a beautiful side to them that is warm, loving and generous. They feel the need to be in control and like the king of their jungle, they need to be admired and respected. Their expectations for anyone who comes into their world are high and they avoid change at all cost. Maybe they fear possibly being dethroned.

Virgo (Aug 23-Sept 21)

Many people refer to Virgo's as being emotionally cold, but that is only due to lack of understanding. They are emotionally detached because they believe that feeling clouds the mind and holds them back from being able to effectively solve problems. Virgos are caring, analytical and possess a very active mind. They appear to be extreremely critical but they are even more self critical. Virgo's are very stubborn because they tend to stand firm on their beliefs and actions. Virgo's are also big liars and are masters of lying in a persons face without a smile. They are also the most compassionate of the signs next to Pisces and will gladly give a person their last dime. Virgo's love to be needed or else their flower petals may shrivel up.

Libra (Sept 22-Oct 22)

It would be very wise for people to stay on Libra's good side. Libra's are wonderful people, but can be treacherous if you push the wrong button. Libra's are happy go lucky, diplomatic, secretive and indecisive. They are also sensitive, social and they need to be needed. People under this sign are the biggest procrastinators and will completely avoid a situation if they cannot come to a decision.

Scorpio (Oct 23-Nov 21)

Scorpios are the most confident of the signs. They live intensely and passionately. There is no such thing as "in-between" with Scorpios. They either do something or they don't; either love or hate. They are mysterious and need to have control, possessing a temperament that has so much passion that they can find themselves going into self destruct mode. Scorpios can also be possessive and jealous but surprisingly they have a very sensitive side that is hidden well behind the noisy exterior. These people have a powerful ability to leave an unforgettable lasting impression.

Sagittarius (Nov 22-Dec 21)

People born under this sign are kind hearted, optimistic, creative, intelligent, talented, funny, friendly, outgoing, the list goes on; which is why they are always so lucky. They possess the traits to attract it all, leaving the rest of us with whatever they don't catch. Sagittarius people have an impulsive streak and appear careless. Their free spirit allows them to be worry free but the bad part about that is it often gets them into many sticky situations. These people are family oriented and like Aries people, they refuse to hold anything back. They are very direct and will tell you exactly what is on their mind. They are also known to be the biggest gossipers and are the worst at keeping a secret. It seems as if the older these people get, the easier it is for them to become influenced by negativity.

Please note: this was a one time only reading with the sole purpose of proving that it can be done. However, if I was indeed a horoscope writer, I would most likely go along the lines of asking a number of people daily how they feel, according to their horoscope, and use that as my guide. At least it would contain some truth.


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