Back By Popular Demand

Occasionally, this column gets letters asking for websites having to do with forecasting the future. Put all those letters together in a year’s time and I consider it “popular demand.” Since we’re nearing the end of the year and many people want to know ahead of time what the next year will bring them, I’ve collected an assortment of websites where they can glance into the future. I cannot attest to the accuracy of the information at these sites, so I absolve myself right now of any future blame. However, I’ll be glad to take the credit if your future reading turns out to be accurate.

Astrodienst. This is a generous website that provides you with a choice of personal daily horoscopes, a six-month (transit) forecast, and compatibility charts among other choices. When professional astrologers recommend this site, you know that you’re getting the real deal. Robert Hand’s “Planets in Transit” is used for the narratives you’ll find at the forecasts link. You’ll find Hand’s book, along with Liz Greene’s, on many a professional astrologer’s bookshelf. Much of the information, including the option to create charts, is free. Of course, you’ll find special deals that cost some money if you are not satisfied with the free information.

Destiny Cards . Destiny Card creator Robert L. Camp has devised a system of divination that might be called unique. It’s nothing like Tarot, and to understand it fully, you’ll have to get his books. But, if you want to take it at face value without trying to figure out his scheme, then go ahead. You will get a yearly, a 52-day cycle, and a daily card reading for free. Several years ago Camp offered a free download from his website so that you did not have to log on each day to read your card. Apparently, he stopped that. I downloaded his “mini-card program” and it’s still on my hard drive. Is it accurate? Well, sometimes I think it is, and other days, it has no relevance. But then, I don’t pay close enough attention, I confess. As with any of these divination systems, one has to truly believe in them—perhaps self-fulfilling prophecy.

Numerology. If you believe in the power of numbers, or in the belief that every letter has a unique vibration, then most likely you have already dabbled in numerology. This website gives you the opportunity to download a free program so that you can do your own calculations for either the Chaldean or Pythagorean systems. The program comes with reports.

ConsciousOne. If you have a high speed connection, soothing music will greet you at the site. On the left-hand menu, there is a box that says “Healing Cards.” This will take you to a page with Doreen Virtue’s popular Angel Healing cards are, and where you can give yourself an online reading. Look around the website. You may find other things of interest to you. Just be sure you get the spelling of c-o-n-s-c-i-o-u-s correct.

Triple Goddess Cards . Another place to get a free reading. This time, the deck is based on Tarot and rather than “choosing” your cards, the computer automatically chooses for you. Consider it synchronicity. Now, just because the cards have “goddess” in the title does not necessarily mean that only women can access the cards.


~ by IndianaDunesPoet on December 6, 2005.

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