Why the best astrological cafes in the world are disappearing.
That’s the message from the makers of the first ever Astrological Café in the United Kingdom, Astrology Cafe International, which is being shut down by the British government.
The Astrological Cafe International has been serving its customers astrology-based tea and coffee since 2003.
It was the first British cafe to offer astrology coffee, and its customers were asked to fill out a questionnaire asking whether they would drink a cup of tea and take a sip of coffee from the cafe.
The cafe had a loyal following, but the cafe also had a controversial past.
In 2002, a group of British tourists were beaten to death after attacking a group at a British Astrolagical Café in London.
The British Astrology Club, the group behind the cafe, was investigated by the Police and prosecuted for “causing death by dangerous and unprovoked assault,” but no charges were brought.
In 2006, Astrologue magazine, which originally ran the Astrologie, ran a profile on the Astologue Café and reported that a young woman who was a frequent customer at the cafe had been murdered there by the group.
The Astrologging magazine also ran a story about the Astolkas Cafe in 2009.
The article was written by an unidentified female journalist and was subsequently republished in the British press.
After the story ran, the British Astrologer Association wrote to the UK government to protest the ban on the cafe’s sale.
“The Astology Cafe is a public space where people can enjoy tea and conversation, not violence, which the police clearly cannot tolerate,” the British astrologist association said in a letter to the British prime minister.
In a statement to USA Today, Astologie said it “deeply regrets” the attack on the British café.
“We have always been concerned about the safety and security of our customers and staff.
We deeply regret that such violence took place,” the statement read.
Astologie is also shutting down its website.