12 Online Horoscopes Written by Real, Legitimate Astrologers

Updated on November 16, 2018
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Sylvia Sky, M.A., is a widely published author of books and articles about astrology and occult and spiritual matters.

Real Astrology

Not all free online daily horoscopes are written by actual astrologers, but there are indeed real and serious ones.

Readers today deserve the best. Here's a guide.

12 Authentic Online Astrologers

Every human astrologer has a different style and approach to chart interpretation and forecasting. Listed below, in alphabetical order, are 12 legitimate, hard-working astrologers. I've talked with or emailed most of them. They genuinely write original daily, weekly, and/or monthly forecasts. Their forecasts are free and written in English. The links are to their columns, not necessarily their homepages.

This is a starter list. There are many more. I usually monitor online astrologers for months and sometimes contact them before making recommendations.

Rick Levine, as of September 2018, has his staff of genuine astrologers writing his syndicated horoscope columns. They are credited as "Tarot Astrologers."

More Recommendations and Tips

  • For extra detail I especially like CafeAstrology.com. Intelligent, lengthy horoscopes, done in "decans" for greater accuracy, are published on that site.
  • Some astrologers ask readers to register for free horoscopes or offer paid memberships allowing access to in-depth information or the next day's horoscope. One premium daily horoscope site that professional astrologers consider worth its price is AstroDienst. Guest access is free!
  • As hard as it is to believe, horoscope writing, online or in print, pays very little. So astrologers often sell from their personal websites natal horoscopes, compatibility readings, answers to questions (horary astrology), telephone consultations, books or e-books, apps, or memberships with exclusive benefits.
  • I can't guarantee that all of the above paid horoscopes will be fully custom-written or will exactly forecast your future, but selling them is legitimate.
  • What's not legitimate: an astrology website plastered with advertisements for "psychic" services. Astrology is not psychic. It must be studied and learned.

Warning:

Some "clairvoyant" or "psychic" services exploit people's confusion about the difference between astrology and fortunetelling. Genuine astrology is learned and takes years to master. Astrology is never clairvoyant, psychic, supernatural, intuitive, magical or inborn. Astrologers never call their work "spooky" or "scary." They want to help people, not scare them.

Clues That a Horoscope Is Fake or The Astrologer Is Real But Corrupt

  • Author claims to be a "psychic," a medium, a shaman, a priest, a clairvoyant, a spell-caster, or a prophet.
  • Astrologer's website features an oversized professional color glamour photo of the astrologer, looking hot or mysterious, or a photo of what is obviously a model.
  • Any "free trial offer" reading said to be personalized for you is computer-generated and generic. Everyone gets the same reading, with only a name change.
  • Offers an "instant" personal reading. A genuine astrological chart is very technical and unique, and takes time to interpret fully.
  • If you can Google your day's Sun sign horoscope and find it listed word-for-word under another Sun sign on another date, that's "recycling" and a computer is doing it.
  • The author gives stupid advice. For example, he/she might tell you to "build a fort out of couch cushions and hide behind them all day and don't come out for anyone." (Honestly, that's word-for-word!)
  • Calls you by the wrong Sun sign nickname: For example, you are Sagittarius and your zodiac nickname is "The Archer," but the horoscope calls you "The Ram," "The Crab," or "The Water Bearer." Someone's not minding the store.
  • Googling the astrologer reveals bitter consumer complaints of actual money ripoffs. (Once in a while, Googling reveals personal attacks from one astrologer on another. Ignore these.)

Tip

Real astrologers might have help charting, organizing and writing 12 horoscopes per day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, but they will openly admit when they have co-writers and proudly acknowledge their participation.

List of 26 Non-Authentic Online Astrologers/Psychics/Mediums/Readers

Many online psychic ads offer free bogus horoscopes or tarot readings which send the same message to everyone who asks. Usually these are very long messages trying to sell you a high-priced "clairvoyant" or "psychic" "second reading," then a third one, and so on. So far I've found misleading these online entities (click the links to read my investigations):

    1. Norah (out of business due to thousands of online complaints)
    2. Jenna (out of business due to thousands of online complaints)
    3. Gabriella (the first fake psychic our reviews drummed out of business!)
    4. Tara
    5. Zoradamus (also calling herself "N. Zora") (That website won't open anymore.)
    6. Sylvia Browne (the late TV psychic and founder of SpiritNow.com and AskNow.com)
    7. Pasqualina
    8. George Tupak (As of January 2017, he's "on shamanic retreat," meaning "out of business.")
    9. Sara Freder (run by the same company as "Pasqualina")
    10. Diana-Numerologist
    11. Julia-Clairvoyance
    12. "Eric McCallum" and Numerologysecret.com
    13. "Aiden Powers" and Authenticnumerology.com
    14. "Katherine" and AstrologyAnswers.com ("Katherine" became "Adrian Ross Duncan," a real astrologer paid to allow the site to use his name.)
    15. "Barbara" and Astro-readings.com
    16. "Arabella," Spell-caster, U.K.
    17. The Extraordinary Chris
    18. Valentina Tarot
    19. Maria Medium
    20. Padre
    21. Adriana
    22. Victoria
    23. Angela (run by the same company as "Padre")
    24. Claire
    25. Celeste
    26. Diana Rose

Click on the names with links to find my full investigations of their services. When I looked for proof of their claims, such as being "a fourth-generation clairvoyant" or "winning a Psychic of the Year Award," finding no proofs I checked for Internet complaints. So should you. If you find many bitter complaints, all the evidence, starting with the fake horoscope, points to fakery overall.

"Tara" told me I'd won a lottery, and that she could prove it -- amazing, considering I didn't even play!

"Eric McCallum" predicts for everyone a "rare" and lucky "Temporal Pinnacle" when there is no such thing.

These non-authentic readers, who aren't readers but computers or phone banks, "out" themselves by saying in an online footnote or on their Terms of Service page that their readings are "for entertainment only." That loophole makes them perfectly legal.

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    legend shanks 

    4 weeks ago

    hi sylvia,can you recommend any astrological site that follows numerology to predict..i would be grateful..thanks

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    SylviaSky 

    4 weeks ago from USA

    Clarice, Diana Rose is false. The astrological association "she" claims to be a part of -- Association of Professional Astrologers International -- has specifically mentioned and condemned that false claim: https://professionalastrologers.co.uk/members/News...

    There is no "Diana Rose" -- "she" is a fictional figurehead created by a French company to scam people attracted by the offer of a free reading. No genuine professional astrologer offers free introductory readings -- especially to the whole Internet. Your free reading will be the same computerized reading everyone else gets, cleverly vague enough to apply to 80 percent of the population ("love is very important to you") -- and saying that there's much more to tell you if you'll pay for a second reading. If the reading uses your name over and over, that's a sure sign of a "canned" computerized reading.

    Read the footer on the home page and the Terms of Service that openly say the readings are "for entertainment only" and they aren't responsible for what you do with their advice.

    The photo of "Diana Rose" is a stock photo of a model.

    Fake psychic/astrological readings are big business, and the biggest scams are run by one or two men in France. I am very glad you asked before spending any money.

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    Clarisse k 

    4 weeks ago

    Hi Sylvia, do you have any idea whether Diana Rose is a genuine astrologer?

    https://astrology-consultant.com

    Just searched randomly for an astrologer and her page appears. Thanks.

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    SylviaSky 

    2 years ago from USA

    Consult one of the above-listed astrologers.

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    Sapna Maru 

    2 years ago

    hyyy....i want to know about my courier and my future life with my lover....................

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    Vincent Stephan 

    2 years ago

    Useful input. I tried his report through Astrology Answers.com Guess his software is pretty detailed report was lengthy and requires time to dig through. Sylvia are any of the current 12/13 experts real on that site. I tried two of them for a question and their response felt surprisingly realistic. Most responses take at least 48 hours. did not find the pictures overly glamorous but anything can be airbrushed.I suppose if not real I did find it very consoling. Believe I asked Evelyn Porter and Evan Chen.

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    SylviaSky 

    2 years ago from USA

    If you mean Adrian Ross Duncan, so many have asked about him that I finally contacted him to get the facts. He is a genuine astrologer, but has a business association with the questionable site AstrologyAnswers.com which signs his name to their rather cheesy emails, which he doesn't personally write, and he says he doesn't have the time to okay them all. He says the reports AstrologyAnswers.com advertises are created from his software, and are genuine. He has his own websites, World of Wisdom, and AstroWOW.com, and if I wanted a report I'd buy it directly from there.

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    Bonnie 

    2 years ago

    Sylvia what do you know about astrologer Adrian? Is he a fake/ i appreciate any information. thank you.

  • SylviaSky profile imageAUTHOR

    SylviaSky 

    2 years ago from USA

    Linda, I do not do individual readings. I do however know some astrologers who do. They are genuine professionals so it is not free. Email me at horoscopereview@gmail.com for contact info.

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    Linda 

    2 years ago

    How can I get a detailed Astrology Reading from you. I live in Canada.

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    tazzman76hdm58 

    3 years ago

    Thank you for your responds it helps greatly.

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    SylviaSky 

    3 years ago from USA

    Call the bank.

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    norma1tara@gmail.com 

    3 years ago

    I keep getting money off my bank account by an astrologer but can't get in touch I already inscribed him

  • SylviaSky profile imageAUTHOR

    SylviaSky 

    3 years ago from USA

    Adrian Ross Duncan was a real astrologer who has decided to make money the way the the fake psychics do: through pestering emails, computerized messages and readings, and so on. Don't waste your money.

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    tazzman76hdm58 

    3 years ago

    Please help! Is Adrian Ross Duncan real enuff to trust? He has been in touch with me threw email and is make me a astrology chart.I figured you of all people would know the answer to this with all the research you've done on internet astrologers.please tell me do I trust what he done or is this a scam.before I waste any more money. I hate to admit it but a couple of them I've already got me like Tara, Maria ,and Sara! I'm beginning to wonder who's honest and who's not? please help

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    William Fernandes 

    3 years ago

    Thank you for telling me the truth. Sara Freder is sending me messages for the last 2 months. But I am firm not to be her prey. When I read her long messages I feel psychologically puzzled and I seem to be almost on the verge of accepting her offers. But no , I am a wise man and will not be intimidated by her dangerous comments.

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    Nayan Kulkarni 

    5 years ago

    An eye opener

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