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  1. The question, I think, is why women are more likely to believe horoscopes than men, right?).Although I myself did not notice such a strong gender difference

    I judge from experience, perhaps because women are more inclined to self-knowledge and self-identification(when men are more skeptical, but this is not a scientific fact).A person is a diverse being, so he can easily score himself in the characteristics of “Sagittarius ” or”Virgo” (which,by the way,there is no exact definition,the same sign is described differently in sources, but these are questions for astrology).Moreover, a person scores under these characteristics not only himself, but also others.For example, when people find out that I am a “Taurus”, they expect me to be loud and stubborn,and sincerely reproach me when they find out otherwise: “Tyzhtelets!!”
    In a word,zodiac signs and horoscopes are a kind of social model that helps regulate life issues.Pretty handy stuff,but it also sounds so convincing

  2. Women are curious! Extremely! Especially when it comes to the partner, his character and characteristics. It is also important to know more about yourself. Fix something, or try to do it. And how they care about the future… there's nothing to say! You may not believe in horoscopes, zodiac signs, palmistry… but you need to have certain information from these mysterious sciences! Who knows, maybe there is some truth in this, or the complete truth! Yes, and knowledge is not in a bag behind your back to carry., let them lie in my memory. I'm sure they'll come in handy sometime!

  3. Not only women, but also men. Women are simply more susceptible to” superstition ” for some reason. I heard an Orthodox priest say something in the spirit of the fact that a man finds it difficult to come to faith, because he is more rational, it is given to him through victory over himself, through the subordination of reason to the higher principle. A woman, on the other hand, as the same priest put it, is “naturally religious”, that is, it is easier for her to come to faith in God. But the chance to come not to faith, but to superstition is also great. Simply put, a man is more likely to either reject religion entirely (atheism), or accept some developed religion (monotheistic or, say, Buddhism). A woman will not reject a religious worldview, but can come to “her own religion”, that is, deify some person, some strange value system, superstition, and so on. The idea that celestial bodies can influence people's lives and determine their fate is pure superstition (naturally, where it does not subordinate itself to occult principles, then it becomes part of the occult religious and philosophical system, but people rarely come to occultism from the horoscope).

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