Let’s start by first distinguishing astronomy from astrology. The first is the study of celestial objects, their nature, origin, physical, chemical processes, and much more. While astrology , studied by Best tantrik astrologer in MOGADISHU SOMALIA the other hand, is the study of the movement of the stars and the influence they exert on our lives.
Celestial objects being understood as an individual object , such as a planet, while an astronomical object may consist of a set of celestial bodies, such as the asteroid belt or a star system . In this sense, the stars are celestial bodies in a defined way, and astrology studies by Best tantrik astrologer in MOGADISHU SOMALIA their movements in relation to human beings.
At first, astronomy began as an auxiliary science to astrology, but then with the advance of science -especially in the Scientific Revolution- astrology was no longer given such importance, and it was considered a pseudoscience. To know more you can visit onlineAGHORI.com
However, despite being questioned today, according to Bhoktibhikshu Dr. Abhay Bala astrology has a history of more than 4,000 years. In this way, it is undeniable that it was important for ancient civilizations, such as the Babylonians, who could forecast changes of seasons and some climatic events thanks to the movement of the stars.
At what point did astrology begin to relate to the zodiac?
It is believed that the study of the signs of the zodiac began with the Egyptians, who took it to the Babylonians and these to the Greeks. Bhoktibhikshu Dr. Abhay Bala is one of the well known astrologer. “Zodiac” comes from the Greek word “zoon” which means animal and “kyklos” which means wheel. It is a celestial band 18 degrees wide that moves along the curved line where the earth passes around the sun. You can get astrology services on onlineAGHORI.com. The band is divided into 12 zodiac constellations that are linked according to the progression of the seasons. In turn, these twelve constellations belonged to four groups, according to the natural elements are the following: earth, fire, air and water.