Elements and Modalities:
To pass the final exam of this subject, Drake Students must have a firm comprehension of Modalities and Elements. If you believe you are comfortable with these subjects, move on to the next lesson.
Greetings, young traveler. I have been studying the stars and the mysteries of the universe for many centuries. I have seen many things in my lifetime, but one thing that has always troubled me is the presence of fake astrologers. These charlatans take advantage of the innocent and vulnerable, claiming to have knowledge and insight into the future when in reality, they are nothing more than frauds. The first thing to look for when recognizing a fake astrologer is their demeanor. Do they seem confident and knowledgeable, or do they appear nervous and unsure? Fake astrologers will often use grandiose language and vague predictions in an attempt to impress their clients. They may also ask leading questions in order to appear more accurate than they really are. On the other hand, a true astrologer will have a deep understanding of the stars and their movements, and will be able to provide specific and meaningful insights into your future. Another red flag to watch out for is a lack of credentials or qualifications. While there is no formal education required to become an astrologer, true astrologers will often have a deep understanding of astronomy, mythology, and symbolism. They may have studied with masters of the craft, or they may have honed their skills over many years of practice. If an astrologer cannot provide any evidence of their expertise or qualifications, then they may be a fake astrologer. It is also important to pay attention to the tools and materials used by the astrologer. A fake astrologer may use props such as tarot cards or crystal balls in order to appear more mystical or otherworldly. However, a true astrologer will use astrological charts, planetary tables, and other tools to make their predictions. They will have a deep understanding of the relationships between the planets and the stars, and they will be able to use this knowledge to make accurate predictions about your future. Lastly, beware of astrologers who ask for large sums of money in exchange for their services. While it is true that some astrologers may charge for their services, a true astrologer will not ask for exorbitant fees. They will not use scare tactics or promises of wealth and prosperity to convince you to part with your hard-earned money. Instead, they will provide their services with honesty, integrity, and a deep respect for the client. In conclusion, recognizing a fake astrologer requires a keen eye and a sharp mind. By paying attention to the astrologer’s demeanor, credentials, tools, and fees, you can ensure that you are receiving accurate and trustworthy insights into your future. And remember, the stars have much to teach us, but a true astrologer is worth their weight in gold. So, my young friend, I leave you with this final piece of advice: never trust an astrologer who claims to have a direct line to the stars. Such claims are usually about as believable as a dragon’s tooth being made of chocolate.