What’s in Your Future?

What will the future bring? What is the meaning of my life? What would be the best course of action for me to take? These are the questions often asked of those who interpret the Tarot, study astrology or numerology and those who cast runes. Believe it or not, there are still a few decent websites devoted to these oracles, websites that have not been seduced by the profit-making that runs the engine of the Web. If you want an honest reading, you’ll either be told how to interpret on your own or be connected with someone who has dedicated a big chunk of their life studying the art of prognostication.

Oswald the Runemaker (www.runemaker.com). This site treats the subject of runes seriously and reverently. You can learn how to interpret your own rune casting if you are patient and willing to understand the in-depth explanations given. The site also delivers a history of the runes. One of the most interesting parts (to me) were the illustrations and backgrounds of the rune monuments.

Isha Lerner (www.ishalerner.com). This site has been around at least ten years, offering free and quick goddess Tarot readings, chakra readings, and Power of Flowers readings. My later flower, it turned out, was a saguaro cactus when I accessed that free reading. Very much unexpected, yet relevant to my many visits to Arizona. This site is not commercial-free, because they are hoping that you are enchanted by your free reading and will therefore rush to purchase a deck for your own. You will not be bombarded by flashing banners or annoying pop-ups. Bookmark it to go back for a daily reading if you want.

Numerology (www.simplynumbers.com). You will discover that there are lots of “core” numbers to learn about: life path, personal day, and the like. Get a free interpretation of your personal day, which will tell you the best colors to wear that day and the most successful activities to that time period. Or, you can explore more in depth and learn what each number means and how it applies to your life. This is not a flashy, commercial site, which you will appreciate.

Adze Mixxe (www.adze.com). One of the lesser-known astrology sites that provide you a daily reading based on your transits. I like this offering because it hasn’t lost its connection to the planets. You can read the section on celebrity couples (pick from one of dozens) or order your own astro forecast. They don’t bug you too much about buying anything, so you can just access your daily reading if that’s all you want.

Astrodienst (www.astro.com). This is by far the best astrology site on the Web. You’ll get a free daily reading and you can cast one of several kinds of charts for yourself, assuming you know how to interpret the glyphs. For a small fee, you can access more transits for your daily reading. On Thursdays, you can access that same information free.

Daykeeper Journal (www.daykeeperjournal.com). Once a month you can receive an email with the celestial highlights of the upcoming month, along with a day-by-day forecast. Or, you can access the website directly and read a bunch of articles about timely world events. The elections are a big topic right now.

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~ by IndianaDunesPoet on October 8, 2008.

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