What’s Wrong With Astrology is Right With Xtrology
Xtrology combined the work of astrology geniuses, threw in a lot of research and created Xtrology which is the only accurate method of prediction. Classes are now being offered for those who want to get in on the ground floor.
Hollywood, California (October 2, 2013) Xtrology is the only blog that correctly predicted Obama as president -- in 2007, Whitney Houston’s date of death, and the ongoing “beyond the grave” Michael Jackson saga. And now Xtrology (http://www.xtrology.com) is, for the first time, offering average people help in reading their own astrology charts. And the first class is free. While most people rely on the big astrology sites for horoscopes, the information is often wrong.
The innovator of the new astrology, Melanie Myers, says, “My method is quick and accurate. I eliminate useless information and cut right through to what works -- what will make your life better. And I do it in a way that is simple enough for anyone to learn. I’m not teaching people to be astrologers -- just to read their own charts.”
The first area of study is the natal/birth chart -- what the planets and the houses mean along with the angles. What follows is the planets in the sky -- the transits. Xtrology (http://www.xtrology.com) shows you how to place them in the natal chart and explains the angles that tell you about your relationships, your family and your career on a daily basis.
Xtrology has an entirely new approach to the study of astrology. It’s moved it into the 21st Century.
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