Horoscope Review: CyberAstro.com

Wisdom of the East, for Western Lifestyles

Today's fashionable concepts such as "slow living" and "simplifying life" and the benefits of meditation are based on Eastern spiritual principles, and so is a horoscope site I've visited for many years now, both to get my daily or weekly 'scope and relax a few minutes in its very cool "online meditation room." The site is cyberastro.com, based in India. I once emailed its resident astrologer/swami a question and $10. In a few days I got a truthful and reasonable email answer by a real human being based on real planetary aspects, although, naturally, for that cheap price it didn't go into a lot of depth. (Want to try it? You can do that from here. Price per question is now $15.)

There are no psychics or posers at Cyberastro.com. These are mature and knowledgeable Hindu astrologers. The site offers traditional Western sun-sign astrology in a tan-colored grid on the right side of the homepage; click on your Sun sign for daily, weekly, or monthly 'scopes. But if you are willing to sign up for a free membership, giving your birth information so you don't have to enter it every time you want a report or service, there are a lot of free reports and services.

Free online services include a Hindu-style birth chart very different from the one you are used to, Romantic Compatibility, Numerology (I'm a 5), Your Monthly Karma Index Report, advice on herbal healing, and the online meditation room (a video) with its hypnotic flickering candle and chanting. Or see what your day, week or month will look like according to Hindu (also called Vedic) astrology. These free services are computerized but their point of view is fresh and interesting, a nice change from the usual Internet astrology which increasingly is corporate-run, with many daily horoscopes starting to sound alike.

Of course on Cyberastro.com you can become a premium member, or purchase other more in-depth kinds of reports such as business and financial predictions for the year ($40 to $95 U.S.) or the $50 "Vedic Astrology based Report, which will indicate you about the ups & downs prevailing in your life path during next one year, so that you can avoid the slumps & take advantage of the favourable times." Who wouldn't want that? (Smile.) The one thing I recommend against is buying the site's prescription gems. If you try CyberAstro's paid services, do email me and let me know whether you were satisfied.

Sylvia Sky, experienced astrologer, monitors online horoscope and psychic sites for quality and accuracy. Sylvia does not select or necessarily endorse the ads appearing on her pages. Copyright 2011 by Sylvia Sky.

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DriftNinja 5 years ago from PA

I might try this out, it sounds interesting, thanks for the tips.


Voyance 5 years ago

sound good. thanks for sharing!


occi11 3 years ago

he he he .... you are getting Tupak crystal ball reading advert on this page LOL :D :D :D it is probably the overall hub site .... but kinda funny all the same .... at first this page came with enormous Tupak banner on top ... I actually made up an account just to point that out .... and now it is the crystal ball thingy right in the middle of your article .... :( must be annoying ..... I got an email form a guy I thoroughly respect and he sent link to some info which featured Tupak ... it is soooo insiduous ... now I ma not sure if it was Tupak site or another dodgy advert .... omg .... these bots are so hard to avoid ... I am happy to report I ve not spent a pennny on Norah, Jenna or Tupak but this sad lot is practically everywhere you look :(


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SylviaSky 3 years ago from USA Author

I have asked ad source to block all ads from fake psychics, and for a while it does block. And then not. I do not endorse those ads.

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