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"It's the dawn of a new age of astrology. We're looking at why more millennials are using stars and signs to navigate and make sense of our complex world." VICE.COM
"[A]strology [is] growing into the bedrock of some people's decision-making. In what's only felt like a couple of years, people have come to unquestioningly integrate thoughts of the cosmos into other ways they run their lives." YOUTH VOICES
"In a Pew Research study, only 41% of millennials agree that "religion is important". In not having a traditional religion, millennials may often turn to a spiritual outlet, one which may be astrology. Being younger as well may play into wondering about the universe and beyond. Astrology can give a glimpse into the purpose of the universe and our lives individually." NY POST.COM
Of the many things millennials are blamed for...comes a natural outgrowth: a major resurgence in astrology... According to a 2012 study by the National Science Foundation, 58 percent of 18- to 24-year-olds think astrology is based in science... Astrology is now part of a $2.2 billion industry known as the "mystical services market."... As Carl Sagan once asked: "If our lives are controlled by traffic signals in the sky, why try to change anything?"" THE ATLANTIC.COM
"[T]here's something that's happened in the last five years that's given it an edginess, a relevance for this time and place, that it hasn't had for a good 35 years...the practice has grabbed a foothold in online culture, especially for young people... In some ways, astrology is perfectly suited for the internet age. [...] The availability of more in-depth information online has given this cultural wave of astrology a certain erudition. It feels simultaneously cosmic and personal; spiritual and logical; ineffable and concrete... It can be a relief, in a time of division, not to have to choose. It can be freeing, in a time that values black and white, ones and zeros, to look for answers in the gray. It can be meaningful to draw lines in the space between moments of time, or the space between pinpricks of light in the night sky."