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    What’s your guy’s favorite astrology podcasts? I’m looking for something engaging and long form. I want the content to be a deep dive and the people to be actually good at talking and conversing with others lol I feel like that’s been hard to find!

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  • pisceanDreams16

    February 1, 2021 at 2:38 pm

    The astrology podcast

  • spacedoutvixen

    February 1, 2021 at 2:38 pm

    Nightlight astrology is my favorite, I take his class too and listen to episodes multiple times a week. Acyuta knows his shit. Whats Your Sign Podcast is also fun if you want something more light hearted with some comedy sprinkled in.

  • StellaGraphia

    February 1, 2021 at 2:38 pm

    If you love good, deeper astrology, (and legit info, from actual pro astrologers) and nice long vids/podcasts (most are in both forms) then it’s Chris Brennan’s []( Typical length is 1 to 3 hours. And there is excellent quality there, as well as several hundred topics to choose from.

    Many if not most of the podcasts involve more than just the one person. Usually it’s with Kellly Surtees and Austin Coppock. But some are with his wife, Leisa Schaim. And there there are lots with guests.

  • the303reverse

    February 1, 2021 at 2:38 pm

    This one podcast on YouTube called Mile Higher it’s not dedicated to astrology but they do have amazing astrology, spiritual, and life puzzle questions episodes!!

  • MissBBQsauce

    February 1, 2021 at 2:38 pm

    What’s your sign?
    The beginning of the show is a buncha Taurus banter of random topics but after 15-20 min they get into the astrology side. This podcast feels like listening to three besties have astrology chats.

  • sledgehog10001

    February 1, 2021 at 2:38 pm

    Sabrina Monarch’s Magic of the Spheres podcast is very different than others I have listened to. She focuses on evolutionary astrology, and I’ve found it to be a profound and interesting perspective. Definitely would recommend you give it a listen 🙂

  • moonlovesme

    February 1, 2021 at 2:38 pm

    1. Anne Ortelee’s Weekly Weather, every Sunday. (30 mins-I know it’s not long, but I like it)
    2. The Astrology Podcast (1-3 hours)
    3. Astrology Hub (Amanda Pua Walsh) hosts astrologers like Anne Ortelee on Mondays (she goes a little more in depth for the week to come) and Rick Levine (Cosmic Connection – gives history and what nots) on either Thursday or Friday, Gemini Brett,- he’s been talking astronomy in relation to astrology, if you have children they are doing a series on reading your child’s chart and whatever else has to do with children. I can’t remember who else she had on the show, but it’s different content throughout the week(1 -2 hours)

  • wildlight_enby

    February 1, 2021 at 2:38 pm

    The Astrology podcast for sure, as others have mentioned!

    Astrology University podcast is really great as well, very informative and has so many interviews with very well respected astrologers.

    Thestrology show is a new definite favourite of mine! First season has one episode for each of the planets, each episode with two guest astrologers all talking together about them, so you’re getting a LOT of different viewpoints, which I love. Second season has also started and it’s different themes within astrology, techniques and also history.

    Magic of the Spheres is focused on evolutionary astrology, so if you’re interested in that at all then this is a fantastic podcast with both solo shows and lots of different guests speaking about so many different topics within astrology, sometimes mixed with spirituality.

    What’s Your Sign? is more light hearted and fun banter – the very early episodes are very much about them learning astrology kinda from basics, but they’ve also re-released many of them with updated information etc. Whole episodes dedicated to different things (one for each sign and each house, about decans, different techniques etc. etc.)

    Stars on Fire is great, though it’s more about relating astrology to things happening in the world, both news and sometimes pop culture. Some really excellent rants and talented astrologers.

    If you’re up for a queer viewpoint, I am a big fan of Big Dyke Energy, it’s more banter and lighthearted but definitely fun and the two show runners are very well versed in astrology. Sometimes plays with stereotypes of signs.

    Astrology Hub leans a bit more toward the new age-y, but regular contributors Rick Levine, Ann Ortelee and Gemini Brett are well established astrologers, and it explores a bunch of different themes with lots of interviews with different people.

    Can you tell I love podcasts? ????

  • Kellooannc

    February 1, 2021 at 2:38 pm

    Thank you everyone so much for your responses!! I’m so excited to check out all of these!!

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