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I've been able to calculate and interpret astrological birth charts since my mid to late teens. Before computers it was a mathematical challenge that yielded beautiful wheels of planetary symbols and aspects, representing human psychological patterns in an organized way.
At some point in my twenties I drifted away from the craft. I acknowledged my own application of astrology to be overall un-helpful in my day to day affairs and kind of a waste of time, and even lacking challenge. It lacked challenge when computers entered the picture which made it possible for anyone to calculate a chart instantly. There wasn't even "the fun" of working with emphemeris tables and calculators, or using graph paper and rulers to draw out the resulting charts.
My interest re-kindled in my 50s when the general "tide" of interest in astrology began to rise again. For whatever reason, young people are re-discovering it.
I find in these later years of my life that my own understanding of astrological concepts is sharper and more refined, blessed with the wisdom of age. I believe that astrology "works" with the right perspective, including an understanding of its limits.
There is probably a more specific word for it among the broader astrological field, but I am a proponent of reverse-engineering astrological influences to pick apart motivations of common outcomes, rather than concentrating on predictive astrology, the latter which admittedly people assume is what astrology is all about.