... As the Earth orbits the Sun the position of the Sun against the background stars changes. If the Sun
could be turned off you would be able to see the position of the Sun shift throughout the year. During a
year the Sun moves on the celestial sphere along a path called the ecliptic. The ancients beli ...
Forecasting Tools and Techniques
... a charismatic, passionate leader (Venus/Mars mp) and the possibility of the ending of an
important connection (Saturn/Node mp). We could interpret this as possibly the end of
one regime and the start of another. Or, should the current administration win a second
term, the likelihood is that there wi ...
Financial Astrology Models
... intelligence, mathematics and statistics.
• The Neural Network engine, which is the
heart of the model, is based on
mathematical methods of artificial
intelligence. That engine solves N
equations of astronomy combinations, for
X bars of price history for specific
... • Does it pass the test?
• Does it work better than chance?
• Does it matter?
“One of the other prime uses of astrology is in connection with the
basic psychology of children and recognizing in children, at an early
age, a basis for later psychological difficulties. The horoscope is
perhaps the best ...
My thoughts on the Galactic Center
... It is something that is to be respected and honored, not to be toyed with or experimented
with. It just is.
With Pluto currently transiting the GC, it is like the GC is shining all of its power onto
and through Pluto and then onto our universe. Its like all of a sudden the lights have
come on and no ...
here - DEREK SEAGRIEF`s Homepage offering correspondance
... Climbing the Tree of Life and Light is a Journey towards increased Freedom
and Universality. Eternal teachings of the Kabbalah blend remarkably well
with the Science of Light & Energy Relationships which we know as Astrology.
The 22 Pathways on the Tree correspond with the 12 zodiacal signs & the 10 ...
6 degree of Aquarius: `A performer of a mystery play`
... The Mystery plays, like the Christian Mass or the initiatory ceremonies of the
Australian aborigines, are secret religious rites. Through them an individual is
initiated into the spiritual life, entering in communion with God or the Divine
The secrets here are the props, costumes, words, sou ...
Astrology for EarthKeepers
... healing, and can also resurrect you from death. For some reason, it was removed from
the zodiac a long time ago. Perhaps it was simply easier to work with the number 12,
rather than 13, or maybe it was cast off when the Goddess religions fell from favor. In
any case, astrologers are not going to add ...
... • Science only addressed questions that can
be disproven (in principle)
• Modern science relies only on natural
• Science progresses through the creation and
testing of models
– Simple models are preferred over complex ones
28th degrees of Scorpio: `The King of the Fairies approaching his
... 28th degrees of Scorpio: ‘The King of the Fairies approaching his domain’
Here we find ourselves in a different dimension, the abode of poets, inspired
artists and children. The subject is king of a subtle, invisible world, a soul like
being, radiant within each of us. Retreating from the world of t ...
... should not injure the weak. These laws
created a reasonable tax system, set fair
prices and wages, and set up a strong
system of punishment for the guilty.
... Astronomy is the study of the movements of the planets and the stars, while astrology is the study of the
way these movements of the stars and planets influence life on earth. The ancient Egyptians studied the
movements of stars in the sky for many hundreds of years, and were able to develop a syste ...
Jyotisha (or Jyotish from Sanskrit jyotiṣa, from jyótis- ""light, heavenly body"") is the traditional Hindu system of astrology, also known as Hindu astrology, Indian astrology, and more recently Vedic astrology. The term Hindu astrology has been in use as the English equivalent of Jyotiṣa since the early 19th century, whereas Vedic astrology is a relatively recent term, entering common usage in the 1980s with self-help publications on Āyurveda or Yoga. Vedanga Jyotisha is one of the earliest texts about astronomy within the Vedas. However, historical documentation shows that horoscopic astrology in the Indian subcontinent came from Hellenistic influences, post-dating the Vedic period.Jyotisha has been divided into three main branches: Siddhānta: Indian astronomy/ Hindu astronomy. Siddhanta Jyotisha calculates the position of the planets and other heavenly bodies. Hindu calendar (Pānchānga) is created from that calculation. 'Siddhāntā Sirómāni' and 'Sūryā Śiddhāntā' are two main books on Hindu astronomy. According to this theory, the earth is motionless and it is not considered as a planet. Seven planets (Moon, Mercury, Venus, Sun, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn) revolve around the earth. Samhitā: Mundane astrology, predicting important events related to countries such as war, earthquakes, political events, financial positions, house and construction related matters (Vāstu Śāstra), animals, portents, omens, and so on. It is also concerned with the calculation of Sūbhā Mūhūrtā for Brātā, pārbā and Sānskārā. Horā or 'Jātakā': Predictive astrology where the astrologer makes predicions about future events in a person's life based on a birth chart (Jānmā kūndāli) which records the exact time of birth and the positions of the planets at the time.Following a judgement of the Andhra Pradesh High Court in 2001, which favoured astrology, some Indian universities offer advanced degrees in Hindu astrology.Astrology is rejected by the scientific community as pseudoscience.