I won’t respond to anyone who claims astrology is the work of the devil. I won’t respond to crank letters or threatening letters and my most annoying pet peeve – people who send their birth information and don’t have a question!
Give me a break. I think I’ll ask my editor to post a preface
to my astrological column. It should
say: If you can’t formulate a specific
question for Zodia, please don’t
bother writing to her!
Here’s a good example:
Dear Zodia ~
I was born May 13, 1989 at 2:15 p.m. in San Francisco. I live in Daly City now and I just love your column! What does my chart show?
What??? Darlene, this is a newspaper column! I can’t delineate a whole chart in a couple of paragraphs. For free?
Or how about this one?
Dear Zodia ~
I wrote to you last year and you said I’d be meeting the love of my life in a few months. Well, it didn’t happen! The only thing that did happen was I started a new career and have been making a lot of money. But I still haven’t met my soul mate. What kind of an astrologer are you anyway?
I remember your letter and I’m very sorry you haven’t met the love of your life yet. But, I have to remind you, that wasn’t my prediction. I said that you would be doing a lot of traveling during that time period and could have an adventurous time. I predicted that new worlds would open up for you. It certainly sounds as if that has happened.
PS: I think I’m a very good astrologer!
What do you think?
Okay . . . I know what you'll say. You'll tell me to bite my tongue and be nice.
And you're right. That's good advice!
You can read more about the Zodiac Mysteries and my author, Connie di Marco, at her website and at Facebook and Twitter @AskZodia.