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Psuedo Science Psychology and Psychologists alike view the psuedo sciences astrology as non-scientific with no empirical evidence to support its many claims Rather then using empirical research astrology uses broad based statements that are likely to appeal to most people Astrological readings almost always tell the reader that something good is going to happen and gives them some kind of false sense of hope and this is why most people are coned into thinking that the position of the planets can influence their lives Astrology also puts to use persuasive language to prey upon insecure people who are unhappy with the direction of their lives In the star sign section of Sunday Life Jessica Adams writes for the star sign libra You have always been skilled at wrapping your iron fist in a plush pink velvet glove That suits your style as you are no less fond of control then the rest of us but you also feel unbalanced by any situation where one side is allowed to be overbearing Sure its true that we like to be in control no one likes to have someone else telling them what to do It isnt uncommon for someone to be the sort of person who feels unbalanced by any situation where one side is allowed to be overbearing Approximately one twelfth of the world falls under the star sign of libra yet this astrology reading targets people on an individual level making them feel as though they are the only person in the world that something like that could be written for I have never read an astrology forecast that predicts that something bad is going to happen and my life is going to become really hard to handle or that Saturns mood swing is going to cause the break up of a long running close relationship People dont want to read things like this as they like
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