Astrograph, the makers of the astrology app Time Passages, keeps an archive of monthly horoscopes, with mundane astrological predictions for the United States. For those who don’t know, mundane astrology is the study of geographic regions. It’s the astrology of cities, countries, and even continents. These aren’t personal horoscopes, and they may be inaccessible to those who don’t study astrology beyond their sun sign. For those who do, they’re a fount of astrological information. And, if one wishes, they can order a full astrological horoscope for themselves from the website.
There are weekly horoscopes, one for each phase of the moon. This makes sense, and the tides of our lives are affected by the lunar cycle; in fact the word “month” comes from moon. While we have a solar calendar in the west, those who use a lunar calendar have 13 months, as there are 13 full cycles of the moon each year. These weekly horoscopes are of special importance to those who study lunar astrology or are more affected by the phases of the moon than other people.
One of the great things about astrograph.com is that it has stuff for the new student, even if the horoscopes aren’t entirely accessible. One of the difficult things about having an astrology website is what audience to target. Astrograph targets both advanced and new astrologers, so that those who want to start learning aren’t left out.