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astrology media reports - Web sites predict the day of your death

Sara Gandy 7:26 AM, Nov 6, 2009

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Whether it's morbid curiosity or a determination to change the future, the death clock site has quickly become one of the most popular Internet destinations.

DAILY VIDETTE.COM - Horoscopes provide entertainment, insight

Rachel Mayhew, Daily Vidette Senior Staff

Issue date: 2/11/08 Section: Features

According to, astrology is considered one of the oldest philosophies in the world, with an estimate of about 3,000 years old.

Astrology was used to, and still can be, dedicated to helping people predict what certain outcomes might be in the world.

MSN CAREERS, UK - Best Jobs for Your Star Sign

Kate Lorenz, Editor (22/02/2008)

Everyone glances at their horoscopes once in a while. We love to be amazed when they seem to describe us to a “T” and simply ignore them when they don't relate to us at all. After consulting the stars (along with, here is a list of zodiac signs, together with their characteristic personality traits, and suggestions for career options that best fit their astrological profiles.

Find out which job you are most suited to and see if your future prospects really are written in the stars!

JOBS.AOL.COM - Hot Jobs for Your Horoscope


Come on, admit it. You sneak a peek at your horoscope now and then, don't you? And even though horoscopes aren't always correct, every once in a while you read one so dead-on it makes you reconsider your feelings about this whole astrology thing.

Amazingly, horoscopes can occasionally even tip cynics toward reluctant self-discovery. Here's a list of characteristic personality traits and suggested career options, along with the average national salary, for each sign of the zodiac (with help from Who knows? This list might just predict your future.

Aries (March 21-April 19) Your traits: Ambitious, inventive, confident and independent. You can be impatient.

CNN - Is your next job is written in the stars?

by Meg Donohue -    (January 15, 2007)

( -- Come on, admit it. You sneak a peak at your horoscope now and then, don't you?

And even though horoscopes aren't always correct, every once in a while you read one so dead-on it makes you reconsider your feelings about this whole astrology thing.

Amazingly, horoscopes can occasionally tip even a cynic toward reluctant self-discovery.

Here's a list of characteristic personality traits and suggested career options for each sign of the zodiac (with help from

Who knows? This list might just predict your future.

Aries (March 21-April 19)

FOX NEWS - The Dead Zone         (Sunday, October 29, 2006)

If the Death Clock doesn't satisfy your morbid curiosity, you could always look for a second opinion from the Death Meter at

A list of sites that fantasize about death from Reuters:

REUTERS -Web Life: Want to diary your death? Ask online Thu Oct 26, 2006 4:01 PM ET By Sara Ledwith

LONDON, Oct 26 (Reuters Life) - With Halloween looming, 'tis the season to be morbid and people wishing to know their expiry date can indulge in some online trick-or-treating at websites which predict the date of their death.

"I'm sorry, but your time has expired! Have a nice day," says the "sadistic mode" on

The site invites visitors to enter their date of birth, smoking habits, height, and weight in exchange for a pop-up ticker which counts down the seconds they have left.

Users can influence the verdict by inputting their mood, and the clock - "the Internet's friendly reminder that life is slipping away" - offers cheering sponsored links to promote healthier living, funeral ringtones, pet memorials, and other morbid merchandise.

"The Death Clock makes money and helps ensure I don't run out of Pepsi One and video games," writes its anonymous author, who adds that he, or she, is "also pro-Life" but does not elucidate on his, or her, own life expectancy.

"I believe in God, very strongly, but I don't believe that talking about Death would offend the big cheese," the site continues.

People who need a second opinion can undergo more thorough investigation from death calculators at (this one asks how often you brush your teeth) or (which significantly also asks if you wear a watch).

A do-it-yourself version at also offers links to celebrity death forecasts.

It gives users two more years to live if they own "an inter-active pet", as well as five years if they have cosmetic surgery once a decade (but then subtracts one year for each additional session in a decade).

If that seems a little complex, the quiz at has user-friendly options like "I am a gym rat" and offers the added bonus of a prediction on how and where death will come.

And once death has happened, the web offers ways to stay in touch. Among the least serious options is the chance to send a telegram to departed friends or relatives at .

"With the help of terminally ill volunteers, our service is sending telegrams to people who have passed away," the site promises. "Since we can not guarantee delivery nor prove that a message has been delivered successfully, our customers do not pay for 'deliveries'. They pay for 'delivery attempts'."

KDKA TV Channel (CBS Broadcasting Inc) - United States part of Viacom Local Networks.

Countdown to... Death?

May 19, 2004 3:50 pm US/Eastern

Pittsburgh (KDKA) If you could find out when you're going to die, would you want to know? Apparently millions of people do -- and they're logging on in search of an answer to the age-old question. Our fascination with death is apparent when a quick web search of the word on a popular Internet search engine yields nearly 9-million hits. Among the most popular webpages are so-called 'death clocks,' which claim to calculate the actual date of your death after asking a series of questions. ..... ...... The Original Death Calculator: Life-Expectancy Quiz," Dr. David J. Demko, professor of gerontology and editor ..... " The Death Clock to know your Armageddon's Day..."

WKTR Digital TV Network - NEWS CHANNEL 3 - (Worldnow) - Norfolk, Virginia, United States.

Rick Holmes Reporting

The Death Test - A Special Report

(Internet News, May 14th, 2004, 7:46 a.m.) Imagine a test that could tell you when you were going to die. Does that sound too morbid? There are tests that have been going around the Internet for years that do just that and they are incredibly popular! Your NewsChannel 3's Rick Holmes has the story on these tests ....... ..... .... Something to do when you have time on your hands." And that is all these tests are, just something to do for fun and to pass the time. If you would like to take one of the tests, you can go to or You can find more on the Internet by using or or and typing in "Death Test" or "Death Clock" for your search phrase.

Iceland broadcasting service

The Icelandic National Broadcasting Service, Iceland has published an article on 10th March,2004  which can be viewed in the below given link.

PC World Romania - online portal has published an article by Autor :Mihai Herescu, Data aparitiei: 28Jan, 2004 at,1,4,2,0,0

In final dupa atatea site-uri deosebite va propun o adresa mai amuzanta, insa care va poate oferi informatii interesante. Sectiunile site-ului sunt impartite pe domenii ca astrologie chineza (si aici veti gasi un ghid complet al semnificatiei principalelor semne zodiacale), grafologie, numerologie sau analiza a viselor. Majoritatea articolelor sunt insotite de imagini care vor facilita asimilarea unor tehnici, ca de exemplu cititul in palma. In cazul in care sunteti curajosi pe site exista integrat un utilitar care pe baza raspunsurilor pe care le veti da in ceea ce priveste obiceiurile dumneavoastra alimentare si a preocuparii pe care o aveti fata de sanatatea dumneavoastra va va spune cat mai aveti de trait. Doar nu credeti tot ce se spune pe Web !

Czech Republic - online portal has published an article on 28th March, 2003 which can be seen at

Indian Portal included under "Guide to the net" in the category "Online Oracles" on 11th Feb, 2003 which can be seen at the below given link.

Australian magazine

The Age, Melbourne has published an article on 29th November,2002 which can be seen at

The Sydney Morning Herald has published an article on 29th November, 2002 which can be seen at

The Age, Melbourne &   The Sydney Morning Herald

Prophets of doom

By Jon Casimir

November 29 2002

Find Your Fate  lets you predict your appointed meeting with your maker another way, by asking series of questions about your lifestyle, health, diet, family history and environment. Questions such as "How often do you eat processed meat?" and "How much time do you spend in the sun?"

There are no right or wrong answers. And since they all end up with you dying anyway, there's not a lot of point in cheating.

Find Your Fate reckons I might live to be 80. The interesting thing is that you go back and change your answers to gauge the effect that altering your habits could have. If I change my exercise answer from "Once a week" to "Never" - which is sadly closer to the truth - I'll lose only six months. If I go the other way and imagine myself doing something vigorous every day, I could add a little more than two years. Is it worth it? 28.3. 20:20

Pak by stacilo nechat prilepený lístecek na dverích: "Promin, kámo s kosou, neco mi do toho na poslední chvíli vlezlo."

Ovšem pro ty, kdo rádi berou osud do vlastních rukou, je vhodnejší Objev svuj osud ( Pokládá zákerné otázky týkající se vašeho životního stylu, jako treba "Jak casto jíte tepelne upravené maso?", prípadne "Kolik casu trávíte na slunícku?". Jenže neexistuje ani správná, ani špatná odpoved - tak jako tak musíte umrít, takže je zbytecné podvádet. Je tu ale možnost vrátit se k otázkám zpátky a zjistit, jestli pri zmene odpovedi, a tedy potenciálne životního stylu taky prodloužíte vlastní život. Takže když prekliknete u otázky "Jak casto cvicíte?" z možnosti nikdy na denne, pribudou vám dva roky.