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EVERYONE USES ASTROLOGY in some form or other.
There is much more to it than your birthday!
Simply open a calendar, celebrate a religious holiday, check the tidal tables, refer to an almanac for the fishing guide or planting advice and you are using astrology.
It is also no coincidence that Sunday and Monday are named after the Sun and the Moon!
Astrology is the study of the patterns made by the movements of the planets and their correspondence to human life. The study of the intricate dynamics of the planets in the solar system is called celestial mechanics.
Astrology can help you make more money or keep the money you already have.Use astrology to make a great career choice or make the job you already have more secure and successful.
You can use the study of astrological interaspects (synastry) to compare two charts and find out if that special someone you just met is really special and if there is potential for a permanent commitment and true love.
The knowledge of transiting conditions and planetary cycles will help you avoid the worst times and plan ahead to take advantage of the best times for many human activities.
Astrology - The Seasons
Astrology developed because ancient man needed to predict the seasons.
The beginning of each season marks a crucial turning point.
Each season begins while the Sun is in a Cardinal sign.
The Sun crosses into the zodiac sign Aries in March. This coincides with the equinox that marks the first official day of spring .... Read more...
Cancer is the sign of the zodiac the Sun appears in when the summer solstice occurs during June. The solstice is the longest day of the year ... Read more..
In the second half of September, when the Sun appears in the zodiac sign Libra, we experience the fall equinox....Read more..
The longest day of the year occurs in December when the winter solstice takes place and the Sun is in Capricorn. But, don't get depressed and gloomy! Read more..
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