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It makes sense. What else is there but the physical Universe? Astrology is the Science of our place in the universe.


Soon, auspicious times for every event as well as the deeper motivating forces behind the universe were to be understood by studying the rhythm of Planetary movements and our relationship to them.
They had an understanding of occult knowledge and human awakening that culturally we do not possess en masse today. Astrology is an example of this.
Many Astrologers also read tarot and palms and understand numerology.


Soon, auspicious times for every event as well as the deeper motivating forces behind the universe were to be understood by studying the rhythm of Planetary movements and our relationship to them.
In our modern world, most of us live in urban areas.
These are not just heavenly cycles; they are human ones.
Our bodies run on the same 24 hour cycle as the Earth. Every morning the Earth turns to face the Sun’s life giving energy.
The first thing human beings learned was to pay attention to the heavens.
That is why we make the same mistakes over and over again. An Astrologer can identify the samsaras that drag us deeper into Tamas (darkness) and recommend those that will keep us focused on Sattwa. (knowledge)
Given that our bodies are 75% water, it stands to reason that we would also be affected by a force powerful enough to affect Oceanic tides on Earth.
Through Astrology we gain insight into our deep-seated mental patterns and the karmas they cause. These patterns (samsaras) show the lessons our soul is trying to learn.
This is understandable as most Americans encounter Astrology through the daily horoscope or some other equally fluffy and trivial medium.
Putting all feelings about Astrology aside however, who among us has not at one time or another gazed up at the night sky and not been moved by the mysterious, awesome, yet familiar nature of the universe.
The same is true with a month; it is the 30 days it takes the Moon to wax from new to full. A year is the time it takes the Earth to complete its annual orbit around the Sun.

A “Day’ is not just an arbitrary measurement of time based on our work and sleeping schedule, it is the time it takes our Planet to rotate once on its axis.
Just because I can turn on my computer or drive a car does not mean I understand how it works. If Buddha were to appear today he would be clueless as to how to operate a Palm pilot or a spreadsheet program. That does not make me more intelligent or better able to understand the world than Buddha.

A “Day’ is not just an arbitrary measurement of time based on our work and sleeping schedule, it is the time it takes our Planet to rotate once on its axis.
Many of mankind’s earliest drawings, cave paintings and writings were Astrological records of some sort.
However, besides providing us with a breathtaking light show, Planetary and Stellar movements also have an effect on us.
Actually, our bodies are approximately 75% water, just like the Earth.
Yet each of the aforementioned systems is based on Astrology.
From our vantage point here on Earth we can see the Orion Nebula, believed to be the birthplace of our Sun, or the Pleiades cluster of stars, newly hatched worlds in the making, and many other sky objects, and we are humbled by them.
Our Human struggles are a function of our falsely
imposed limited Self onto our deeper infinite Self.
Astrology was the first science. Lunar cycles in particular are what allowed our forefathers to discover the best time for the planting of crops, the change of the seasons, etc.