2017 Zodiac Sign Forecast
Horoscope Predictions Based on Your Star Sign
What Your Zodiac Sign Predicts About 2017
You Zodiac sign, or star sign, is where the sun was at the time of your birth. That doesn’t change. But after your birth, the planets have moved on. This is what is used in astrological forecasts. See what astrology can predict about 2017, based on only your Zodiac sign.
Your Zodiac Sign
2017 Horoscope Forecast
Here are my websites with predictions based on the Zodiac signs, where I compare those sun positions with the planetary movements during the year. That’s how it’s done in classical astrology.
How Zodiac Sign Prediction Is Made
The complete horoscope chart consists of much more than your Zodiac sign, which is the position of the sun at the moment of your birth. All the planets are included in the real chart, as well as the angles between them and other things. In traditional astrology, all these things are analyzed for a proper forecast.
Zodiac sign based astrological prediction, though, deals only with what sign the sun occupied at the time of your birth, and the aspects it forms to the planets as they continue their movement around the Zodiac.
Therefore, predictions based only on your Zodiac sun sign can’t be very precise. Still, they give some general clues, since the sun is almost as important in the horoscope as it is in the sky above us.
It shows your situation and sentiment when you’re not involved in other things, for example when you rest or are unoccupied by something special.
A 2017 astrological prediction based only on what Zodiac sign your sun occupies can only be vague and incomplete. It may also be completely wrong, if other ingredients in your horoscope contradict it.
For a full bodied and complete 2017 horoscope reading that takes all horoscope ingredients into account, see my reading of the 2017 World horoscope:
Anyway, for your amusement – above are links to webpages with forecasts of what the year might hold for you, based only on your sun sign. Take it for what it is.
How to Recognize Fakes
Unfortunately, Internet and other media are full of horoscope texts that are pure fake, written without any consideration of what astrology really says. They don’t bother to check transits and other astrological circumstances. They barely bother about a correct understanding of what the Zodiac sun sign tracts are according to astrology.
So, how to recognize those fakes? A dead giveaway is if the text is full of concrete specifics, such as promises of salary increases, the meeting of tall dark strangers, and so on. That’s just not possible with Zodiac sign based prediction, so you’ll know the writer applied something else – usually pure imagination. The more specifics you find, the less you should trust the forecast.
Also, be suspicious of a text of any length that mentions absolutely nothing about the astrology behind how the predictions are reached. What can be said by astrological means is only what the astrological components suggest, usually by aspect between planets and such. If no clue is given to any of the predictions, most likely astrology is not used at all.
Another method to reveal fakes is if all the predictions are positive, or if any slightly negative predictions is immediately countered by a vastly more positive one. That’s more like advertising than astrology. The latter gives you both good and bad news – also the news that might be the most irritating: sometimes nothing significant will happen in your life. So, if the forecast sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
The 2017 World Horoscope, for the New Year, based on Greenwich. When making the predictions for your Zodiac sign, I have used this horoscope. I’ve simply made a reading based on the planets in your sign or in aspects to your sign.
Limitations of No in he real
I’ve only written about things that are evident in the horoscope in relation to your star sign (the Zodiac sign of the sun in your horoscope). That’s not a whole lot, but if I didn’t follow that rule it would be pure speculation, and not astrology. If you want a complete astrological prediction for 2017, it needs to involve your whole horoscope chart, compared to planetary movements in the sky through the year. That’s not possible on a website.
To learn more about how complete astrology works, please go to my website about horoscopes and astrology in general, where you also find several examples of complete horoscope chart readings:
My Astrology Books
Your Health in Your Horoscope
This book explains what your horoscope tells about your health, according to the old tradition of medical astrology. The Zodiac signs, the planets, and the other ingredients of the horoscope reveal many health issues and different types of illnesses. Celebrity horoscope charts are used to show how a health reading is made. Click the image to see the book (and Kindle ebook) at Amazon.
Zodiac character traits, forecasts, compatibility, sexuality, symbolism and more. Each Zodiac sign has its own website:
Explanations and readings of full horoscope charts.
Try the old Tarot deck of cards with a free online divination. How to use the Tarot and what each card means.
Try the ancient Chinese divination online for free. The 64 hexagrams of I Ching, The Book of Change, and what they mean in divination.
Other Books by Me
An imaginative reading of the Tarot divination cards, focusing on what impressions the images and their symbols give. Several spreads are presented, as well as the meanings of all the 78 cards and their pictures. Click the image to see the book at Amazon.
Cosmos of the Ancients
All the philosophers of Ancient Greece and what they thought about cosmology, myth, religion and the gods. Click the image to see the book at Amazon.
Life Energy Encyclopedia
Qi (chi), prana, pneuma, spiritus, and all the other life force concepts around the world explained and compared. Click the image to see the book at Amazon.
Sunday Brunch with the World Maker
Fiction. A brunch conversation slips into the mysterious, soon to burst beyond the realm of possibility. Click the image to see the book at Amazon.
I’m a Swedish astrologer, author and historian of ideas, researching ancient thought and mythology. My personal website: