What is Astrology?

When you gaze at the stars, do you read deeply into your inner soul and what the future holds for you?

The study of Astrology observes the position of the stars, sun, moon, and various planetary bodies at the time of your birth.

The twelve signs of the zodiac encompass just one piece of the puzzle of life as analyzed through astrology readings.

An astrologer looks also into the twelve houses—divisions of the ecliptic plane—which rely on the time and location for their positions.

Your astrology report comprises many key facets of life, including family, wealth, pleasure, partnerships, health, and reincarnation, among others.

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Astrology links phenomena to natural events that happen around the world. It is a subject with a deep history and many countries still use it as part of their culture – and believe in it.

The Western world often sees astrology as the reading of horoscopes to predict everything that will happen in the day.

For example, the Chinese use yin and yang and have a different calendar to the Western world.

Their zodiac signs are animals, including the ox, rat and tiger.

The Chinese use a complicated system to predict someone's future, which includes the hour, day and season of birth.

It is important to understand that it is much more than predicting the future and to do this, you need to understand the history.

Astrology – A Scholarly Subject.

In the past, astrology was a subject that was important. It was accepted in political circles and was often thought of in the same way that medicine is now.

It was not until astronomy became more understood that people started to question the subject.

This is a means of identifying distinct personality traits while also foretelling of future experiences in your life. A Horoscope Reading examines the near future as well as a more distant outlook for your existence.

Astrology was used to understand and predict the shifts in the seasons.

It would consider the celestial cycles as communication from the Gods.

However, astronomy became popular in the 1600s and made it clear that there was much more to season changes and the cycles.

Astrology became a pseudoscience and lost its status as being an accepted scholarly subject.

Cultural Aspects of Astrology:

Astrology differs between cultures. While the West concentrates on the use of horoscopes and tarot readings, the East have different beliefs.

Astrology has influenced some aspects of Wicca.

The religion of Wicca uses a duality that is similar to yin and yang.

The God and Goddess are linked to the sun and moon respectively, which are strong traits of Western astrology.

However, there are different types of Wicca and these have their own traits and beliefs.

The Western horoscopes follow astronomy in some form. The horoscopes are named after constellations and are split up into twelve segments.

It is usually the sun sign of an individual.

Examples of Sun Signs include Pisces, Gemini and Taurus.

Horoscopes are determined by the day and month of a person's birth. However, the astrology is based on the movement of the sun, the moon and the planets.

Use in the Modern World Western astrology is commonly found in magazines and newspapers.

There is usually a horoscope section in the back where people can find out the predictions for the day. There are also apps that have been created for the phone and social media.

Many read them to find out if they are predicted to have a good or bad day, whether with friendships, in love or financially. Astrology is linked to the movement o the planets, the sun and the moon.

It has a detailed history and is still used in many different cultures. Horoscopes play a part in everyday life in the Western world, without many people even realizing it.


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