Don't jump to premature conclusions without learning the evidence. Remember that religious belief has always evolved but it has to originate somewhere, where then did it come from?
It came not from astrology or horoscopes but the stories, myths or legends if you like, about the constellations, stars and movements of the heavenly bodies as symbolic of the activities of heavenly heroes. The places where the sun rose and set on key days of the year were the markers for festival days, symbolic of the rebirth of the sun in mid-winter, and the sacrificed sun god going to his father at the spring equinox, these being among the main events of the pagan solar year--as they still are in religious circles today, namely Christmas and Easter.
Before the Bible existed in the fourth century, there was another 'Bible'-- people looked to the stars, sun, moon and constellations for insight and wisdom. It was alas, no more reliable than the Bible for prophecy!
The links with the occult and 'paganism' were condemned by the Roman Church especially in the fifth century and under penalty of death for infringements.This disguised the fact that the source of their religious power was actually drawn from folk tales and the Catholic religion held itself to be sophisticated and superior to the idle stories of mere rustics.This blanket condemnation and the enforced destruction of virtually all pagan documentation was successful in concealing the origins of Christianity but it did not negate the fact that there are tangible links of Bible text with the folk stories of the constellations stars Sun Moon and planets, not just coincidental patterns or similarities.
Here's the rub, we humans are pattern spotters, that's what gives us the edge over all other living things on the planet. But we should approach evidence in the spirit of the courts of law. If we spot patterns because we want to pursue a private hunch it is usual that we see the patterns we want to. It's called confirmation bias. If though we are scientific about it we will weigh the evidence dispassionately and see the pattern or links for what they are. In the end all assessment of truth is by the force of evidence for a thing on one hand outweighing the facts on the other hand. Knowing from JW experience that "new truths" are something of a con, it is from the history of ideas and the knowledge of universal myths and folklore which should inform our investigations on this particular subject, not the knee jerk response to say that "astrology is wrong".