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Zodiac Switcheroo.

On Jan. 13, 2011, just two weeks before Saturn turned retrograde in Libra, humans in the Western world woke to the disruptive report that their star sign had...

Dog Days

According to Chinese astrology, the coming Year of the Dog will be a prosperous one—particularly if you were born under that sign (or in a rabbit, tiger or...

Pathway to the Stars

What's your sign? When the film director Otto Preminger, no stranger to stars of the cinematic kind, was once asked the question, he replied, "I am a...

Essay: The Five-and-Dime Charms of Astrology

Astrology has something frowsy about it. It comes to the door in hair curlers. It looks through the screen with squint-shrewd eyes. The caller who rang the...

Nancy Reagan's Astrologer

When the news broke last week that Nancy Reagan regularly consulted a woman astrologer about the President's schedule, reporters immediately scrambled to...

Modern Living: Astrology: Fad and Phenomenon

EQUALLY mindful of his aged bones and exalted station, Berosus the High Priest slowly mounted the stone ramp that spiraled seven times around the great ziggurat...

The Nation: Teaching by Horoscope

The president of the New York City board of education last week suggested a novel teacher's aid: astrology. At an educational forum, Isaiah E. Robinson said that...

Customs: In the Stars

Through the five boroughs of New York City last week prowled a dozen inspectors of the Department of Markets, their eyes peeled as usual for butchers with a...

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