QUESTION 1: WHAT IS THE SCIENCE BEHIND DETERMINING HOROSCOPES EVERY DAY? IS THERE ONE? This is really a three-part question: A) Is there a scientific basis for astrology? B) Is there any validity to a daily forecast? C) Is astrology a science or an art?
ANSWER A) There is no scientific basis for astrology. There are many theories, but, as yet, none proven.
Research has been and continues to be done in various universities across the world.
Back in the day – the late 1800’s when the age of spiritualism came about - astrologers believed the planets emitted rays that penetrated earth’s magnetic field. In this way we absorbed the planetary essences, and responded to them in much the same way as we might to music.
This idea is not so far removed from Pythagoras’ theory of the Harmony of the Spheres (circa 570-495 BC). Pythagoras discovered that the pitch of a musical note is related to the length of the string that produces it, and that intervals between harmonious sound frequencies form simple numerical ratios. Base...
Every year, in September, I get out the planner – the astrological planner, that is – and draw out the year ahead. Month by month I itemize the major aspects, note when eclipses occur and when Saturn meets Pluto (not half as pleasant as when Harry met Sally, I can promise you) and ...
If there was one word to sum up our summer stars it would be unpredictable. Anything from the weather to the Olympics, royalty to celebrity will be full of surprises, so whatever your plans, keep them nice and fluid.
The reason I choose the word unpredictable is that we have that vo...
They were clearly manifesting on 22 July in Oslo and on the island of Utoya.
On the day itself you would be hard pressed to point a finger at an astrological culprit. The second half of July was notable for its celestial harmony with the worst of Saturn and Pluto over during the wee...
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