There's a guy that I like and he seems nice so far. I like what I know about him so far. I need to get to know him better first. But at this moment I think he's great. When I look up our zodiac it says the outlook for us is bad. He is a scorpion and I am a libra. Some articles say it's a good match but a lotof articles online say bad things about our zodiacs. I never thought zodiacs were completely true. I would read my own zodiac and see a lot of things that I disagreed with or things that didn't describe me at all. Reading all the negative zodiac articles sucked and made me feel a bit disappointed. Do you think there's any truth in them and should I base relationships off of them?
Most Helpful Guy
Zodiacs are for fun only. It isn't valid. I remember an Opera show where the audience all gave birth date on a card before the show and individual horoscopes were created from it. She asked them not to show anyone. She then asked them if it was accurate, almost all agreed it was. They spoke about it. Then she told them they all had the same generically written horoscope.
I like astronomy and even with basic astronomy you learn that the stars that form the constellations to each other really don't have a relation to one another other than the pattern that they make from our vantage point being earth. Many of these stars are millions of lightyears away fromeach other and some have already burned out but their light is just getting to earth. It is all just nonsense.1
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Most Helpful Girl
There's no truths in zodiacs whatsoever. A lot of zodiacs are purposely made generic to apply to a vast majority of people. They're purposely left vague so they can fit most cases,, and I believe in addition to your original horoscope you have two other zodiac signs based on the exact day you were born, and if the first main case doesn't apply to you, well it absolutely will be within those other two signs (which would probably say you're an ideal match) because they're that generic.
But my main point, Zodiacs are scams. They're a hustle. Any truth in them is completely by chance, do not listen to them at all. You may miss out on something great.2