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Horoscope Review: Real Astrologer Rick Levine at Dailyhoroscopes.com

Updated on March 6, 2017
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Sylvia Sky, M.A. is an astrologer, tarot professional, and author of "Sun Sign Confidential: The Dark Side of All 12 Zodiac Signs."

Rick Levine, real astrologer
Rick Levine, real astrologer

Authentic and Intelligent Horoscopes Set the Gold Standard

Rick Levine is the professional astrologer whose consistent and authentic daily horoscopes have a link on Tarot.com that brings you to his site dailyhoroscope.com. Do click and find out why this veteran U.S. astrologer and his late co-writer, astrologer Jeff Jawer, set the gold standard for daily online horoscopes. Levine's horoscopes syndicated all over the Net, in 300 online magazines and in apps for iPhone and Android.

Dailyhoroscope.com isn't well designed. You can easily find your monthly horoscope by Maria DeSimone, but it's work to find your daily horoscope among the scramble of options and "headline" articles about your natal Venus revealing "how you love," and so on. The easiest way to get your free daily horoscope to scroll to the bottom of the homepage where all your options are clearly listed.

Levine always begins the daily horoscope with a useful general statement mentioning what sign the Moon is in, or when Venus is changing signs, and thoughtfully offers the daily horoscopes for yesterday, today, and tomorrow. The content is sensible and astrologically sound.

Levine's interpretations of planetary activity are spot-on for some, but for me they're not accurate predictions as much as they are wake-up calls or reminders to use common sense. Example from Libra, October 19, 2014: "Although you may be screaming on the inside, it's to your advantage to maintain your gracious manners on the outside." That's good advice for any sign.

It isn't Levine but the website that asks for your name, birthday and email address, which might net you a limited number of "Karma Coins" or "Trial Pay" credits to "spend" on premium features hosted by Tarot.com, which I wouldn't ever do. "Trial Pay" forces you to promise to follow certain advertisers in exchange for a free 30-day astrological reading by Levine and Jawer. There are other free monthly readings on the Internet, by astrologers just as good, that will not bind you to any agreement.

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    Fatiha 16 months ago from Paris

    Very good article, thanks

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    Voyance 6 years ago

    Wow this one is best of horoscope site