MAR 21 - APR 19
Princess Margaret was a Leo
Princess Margaret was a Leo
The BBC has announced the launch of a new podcast about “astrology-based black queer dating”.
Virgo? It’s time to put down your phone.
Alice Bell's "Trust Your Timing" is a study of astrology, the planets and how to better understand romantic relationships.
Australian-trained sprinter is squeezing in a run before Royal Ascot and may struggle against specialists at this trip
Smug detractors may roll their eyes, but this ancient art gave me a deep understanding of who I am – until it began to feel restrictive, says author Daisy Jones
I don’t believe in horoscopes, but the Sun’s astrologer continues to give me and Mr Z something to talk about
It's time to work with the moon apparently.
Mystic Meg, astrologer with The Sun and News of the World who predicted National Lottery winners on TV – obituary
Mystic Meg, who has died aged 80, was an erotic fiction writer from Lancashire who predicted a future for herself as a newspaper astrologer and was delighted when it came true (in the News of the World and The Sun); she was also a pioneer of telephone horoscope readings, raking in a fortune from her premium-rate recordings, before metamorphosing into a clairvoyant with a 45-second slot on the televised weekly National Lottery draw.
Pioneer of phone-in horoscopes, real name Margaret Lake, became household name as host of slot on National Lottery draw
Horoscope expert was ‘Britain’s most famous astrologer by a million miles’
The astrology expert was best known for her appearances on The National Lottery in the mid-90s.
The singer-songwriter on astrology, Janelle Monáe’s star quality and her ‘nerdy’ new hobby
Ever wondered how your star sign affects your erotic preferences?
‘All I know is that I’m a Gemini and people hate me’: Has astrology led to an acceptable kind of bigotry?
MODERN ROMANCE: Modern life has become inundated with claims that Geminis are evil, Virgos are judgy and Scorpios are dangerous, leading some to avoid starting friendships and relationships with specific star signs. Have we all gone mad, asks Ellie Muir, or are people just getting smarter about their compatibility?
Reality TV has found a new frontier, with two shows consulting the skies to find their contestants true love. And with astrology booming, it seems that the stars may be aligned for success
This reality show matches potential partners using star charts, and its set looks like it was knocked up from Ikea leftovers. Is the world really ready for the Astro Chamber?
For Yina cofounder Angela Chau Gray, Chinese astrology guides many of her personal and professional endeavors.
As a Vietnamese immigrant, I found understanding in the horoscope readers of my family and the Asian diaspora