Listen to a “What Is Astrology” interview with The AstroTwins’ Ophira Edut on the Fox News Radio podcast, Getting Schooled. The conversation covers everything from the origins of astrology to Mercury Retrograde—and a lot of fun facts between!
Ophi Edut of The AstroTwins is interviewed by Abby Hornacek on her Fox News Radio podcast, Getting Schooled. The conversation, “What is Astrology” covers the history of astrology, astrology basics, and a chart reading for Abby (who is a Taurus).
Listen, too, for fascinating facts about Italian astronomer Galileo and his relationship with astrology.
The interview begin is about 30 minutes long and may be listened to clicking the image below or visiting the Getting Schooled web site.
You can do your own birth chart here (for free!) to learn about your rising sign, moon, and what planets you have in which houses.
If you want to listen to another podcast interview with Ophi on astrology, check out her December 2019 interview with Fox News Radio’s Dave Anthony on the podcast, The Rundown. The interview foretells some of the environment we’re experiencing in 2020 in the age of the coronavirus.
How did the AstroTwins learn astrology?
We always loved reading our horoscopes as kids. In fact, we had a paper route as tweens and before we distributed The Detroit News to our neighbors, we’d pause to check our Sagittarius ‘scope and to read Dear Abby (who was twins with fellow advice columnist Anne Landers, featured in The Detroit Free Press). Can you say foreshadowing?
When were students at The University of Michigan, a friend gifted us a birth chart, which mapped out the placement of all the planets at our times of birth. (December 2, for the record, Tali at 10:00 and Ophi at 10:04AM.) We were fascinated—and a little bit shocked—at its accuracy. How did this 20-page booklet read us so well? We were obsessed! Which was explained in the chart by our moon, Mercury, Venus and Mars in Scorpio, incidentally. We couldn’t stop devouring books and began doing charts for all of our friends. Then, one fateful day, a friend offered us a chance to write our first column for Teen People magazine, and the rest is cosmic history. You can read our full story here and check out our Beginner’s Guide to Astrology.