Rising astrology has a lot of buzz, and now the latest trends are helping astrologers compete with more traditional astrology in the marketplace.
“It’s not just a niche.
It’s a rising astrological movement, which means the new astrology can be more useful to people in the 21st century,” says Richard J. Smith, associate professor of psychology at the University of Pennsylvania.
“In the coming years, it will be important for astrologer to better understand the meaning of the new signs and the new horoscopes.”
Astrology Rising is a website for astrology students, educators, and researchers, but also for anyone interested in the growing field.
“We are in the process of creating a guidebook for astrolists,” Smith says.
It is the next step in astrology,” Smith adds. “
This book will be available in 2018, 2019, and 2020.”
“It is the next step in astrology,” Smith adds.
“When I was growing up, the whole thing was a mystery.
Now, people are asking, ‘Is this all that astrology?””
Smith says the website is not affiliated with any professional organizations.
He says it’s all about astrology.
“The website is created to give astrologists a clear, concise explanation of the signs and signsets,” he says.
Astrology Rising has more than 50,000 readers who are active on Twitter.
“People are looking for a clear-cut guide to astrology for their own practice, or for anyone who wants to learn more about it,” Smith said.
“To this end, I created the website, which will also be available on the Apple App Store.”
The website features an interactive map of the planets and the signs, and is organized into categories like “Aries,” “Taurus,” “Capricorn,” “Pluto,” “Libra,” “Sagittarius,” “Phases,” “Chronos,” “Pisces,” “Mars,” “Aquarius,” and “Venus.”
“The charts show which signs are at their most powerful, with astrologic implications,” Smith explains.
“Astrology has many different signs, but each has a role and function in a person’s life.
So I believe the charts will help astrologors better understand their relationship to their signs.”
Smith says his website is aimed at students and researchers and is open to all ages.
“I wanted to create something that would be useful for the general public, but be accessible for astrodactics who don’t have much of an interest in astrolology,” Smith admits.
The site has over 1,200 sign charts, and has more on its way.