There is a growing familiarity with the patterns and positions of the planets and it’s not uncommon to hear people in their late teens and 20s talking about say ‘Mercury in retrograde’ and ‘Saturn returns’ with confidence and authority.
They know that a ‘star sign’ is a sun sign and that for any half-decent attempt at a reading you need to know your exact time and place of birth so you can discuss with equal reverence the influence of your rising sign and moon sign too.
It’s part of a broader shift – one that finds magic and mysticism referenced regularly in popular culture.
In the fashion world labels such as Vetements and Valentino have featured zodiac signs – constellations and cosmic patterns.
The high street has followed the trend.
An episode of TV show Broad City used a coven of witches in Central Park as its way of digesting the election of Trump – it makes more sense if you watch it.