During my worst-ever mental illness struggle, I turned to witchcraft—including astrology—for comfort and support. I’m not talking about the witchcraft usually portrayed in media (i.e. The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina) or demonized as satanic by your grandparents. (Satanism is a religion, witchcraft is a practice, and for f*ck’s sake, they’re completely different.)
My witchcraft is connecting with the world around me, including the moon and planets and stars.
Enter the Sanctuary app. I had used lots of various astrological apps, but none compare to Sanctuary. So when I saw they were releasing this book, What’s Your Sign? A Guide to Astrology for the Cosmically Curious, I had to get an advanced reviewer’s copy.
Spoiler alert: I really enjoyed it.
Check out my review of the book below!
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Release Date: February 15, 2022
Genre: Nonfiction, Self-Help, Spirituality, Astrology
You don’t have to be famous to dance with the stars—you just need a healthy dose of cosmic curiosity. Explore astrology and dive deep into your birth chart with Sanctuary, featuring insights from the interactive app that go way beyond your horoscope.
What’s your sign? It’s not just a pickup line anymore, it’s a whole way of looking at the world. With the explosion of astrology into popular consciousness, anyone can access the deeper meaning of the cosmos and delve into the unique and personalized insights of their birth chart. This book guides beginners and enthusiasts alike through the signs, planets, and basics of astrology, helping you understand why not every Leo is the same, and why you might be reading their horoscope wrong. Before you know it, you’ll be an expert at identifying the paths to love, money, and magic that the stars hold for you.
Pro tip: If you’re new to astrology, download the Sanctuary app before reading this book. And if you’re not new to astrology like me, this isn’t geared to you. Unless you’re obsessed with the Sanctuary app like me and it’s more of a want ✨
Another note: This book isn’t for astrology doubters but—like the subtitle says—for the cosmically curious.
This book is full of information you can Google—or read more about in the Sanctuary app, with information tailored to your natal chart. Yet it’s a handy reference nonetheless.
About the Author
Discover Sanctuary: the first-ever astrology app to provide live, on-demand personalized readings with professional astrologers. The app offers daily horoscopes, live birth chart readings, astrology guides, and more. The app is available for free on iOS and Android.
Again, if you haven’t downloaded the Sanctuary app, get on it. It has been my go-to astrology app for over a year now. And I love that it gives you a daily tarot card.
What are your favorite astrology and tarot apps? Let me know in the comments!