Fortune-telling is one of the topics that countless people are interested in every year.
Many people believe in horoscopes and act or make decisions based on them, but others ignore them, considering them to be nothing more than an object of faith.
So how accurate are fortune telling? I would like to look at a few aspects of this.
Basic concepts of fortune telling
First, let’s learn about the basic concepts of fortune telling. Horoscopes are primarily based on astronomical phenomena and are an attempt to predict the future by taking into account constellations, planetary positions, and an individual’s date of birth. These predictions are based primarily on the principles of constellations and meteorology, and have been handed down historically over thousands of years.
Accuracy of fortune telling
Next, let’s look at the accuracy of fortune telling. Opinions differ as to how accurate fortune telling is. Some people believe in horoscopes, claiming that they fit their lives exactly. However, from a scientific standpoint, there are claims that horoscopes do not have statistically significant accuracy.
Science and fortune telling
There is a fundamental conflict between science and fortune telling. Science values verifiable evidence and experiments, through which theories are developed and verified. Horoscopes, on the other hand, primarily use subjective, astronomical signs and symbols to predict the future, and are at odds with science in that these predictions are difficult to verify.
Fortune-telling is a topic where questions about its accuracy still remain. Some people believe in and trust fortunes, and use them to shape and direct their lives. However, you should keep in mind that it is difficult to scientifically prove the accuracy of fortune telling. Although each person will perceive their horoscope differently depending on their beliefs and convictions, it is always important to have critical thinking and a scientific approach as well.