History of Astrology
Astrology has been rejected since antiquity by rationalists, who, along with the development of science, gained more arguments. In spite of scientific facts, astrology is more popular today than ever before. However, it has almost ceased to exist twice in its long history. People have always looked at the stars that have inspired the imagination says Best tantrik astrologer in MANILA PHILIPPINES. The reason for the birth of astrology may have been the observation that the change of seasons is accompanied by a change in the sun’s “path”, as well as a change in the appearance of the night sky.
According to Bhoktibhikshu Dr. Abhay Bala while the relationship between the seasons and the position of the Sun exists, the attribution of relationships between events on earth and the fate of people and the movements of celestial bodies has no relation to reality.
It is assumed that astrology, i.e. predicting the future of people and events on Earth based on the configuration (mutual location) of celestial bodies originates from more than 4,000. years from Mesopotamia (Babylon) – the oldest astrological texts come from there Solar eclipses and the moon phases were treated as important signs at the time. Fortune-telling based on celestial phenomena was in Mesopotamia one of many varieties of omen next to, among others, “signs” such as dreams, animal behavior, birth of deformed infants, earthquakes and typically atmospheric phenomena . In Mesopotamia and Egypt, divination from the stars was considered a sacred activity and only priests practiced it says Bhoktibhikshu Dr. Abhay Bala.
When it was noticed that most stars did not change their position relative to each other – they were called “permanent stars” as opposed to constantly changing their position “wandering stars” – or planets says Best tantrik astrologer in MANILA PHILIPPINES. Archaeological research shows that Babylonian priests observed about 270 stars and seven planets. And actually five planets: Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn plus the Sun and the Moon – then classified as planets, because they too “wandered” in the sky their paths. Learn more about astrological history at onlineAGHORI.com