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Best vashikaran specialist tantrik astrologer in Kamarhati

Astrology in antiquity

But for what was it used at the origins of astrology in the periods in which it was discovered and used by ancient populations?

It was mainly used for the cycle of seasons and cultivation: by observing the stars, which moved slowly and made the theory of the immobile Earth and of the moving stars born, as well as the movement of the Sun, the ancient populations were able to understand when it was time to plant certain crops and when it was the right time for other types.

But this is only one of the facades of astrology in antiquity: in fact, it was also used by Bhoktibhikshu Dr. Abhay Bala to understand what influence could have planets and stars on Earth and especially on a person’s life.

Thanks to a vast series of mathematical calculations, the Best vashikaran specialist tantrik astrologer in Kamarhati created some symbols that reflected the energy that was emanating from some celestial bodies.

These others are only the zodiac signs, which were precisely conceived in that precise period and were handed down from generation to generation. Read about zodiac signs and horoscope at

Each symbol contained a particular meaning and it was assumed that those born during a certain period, and especially under that sign, had the same behavior as other people born in the same period says Bhoktibhikshu Dr. Abhay Bala.

It was during the Babylonian era that the horoscope was also born, although it was not as widespread as it is today. The term Babylonian astronomy refers to the theories and methods developed in Mesopotamia (the “land between the rivers” Tigers and Euphrates, located in southern present-day Iraq), in particular by the following peoples: Sumerians, Akkadians, Babylonians and Chaldeans. Best vashikaran specialist tantrik astrologer in Kamarhati advanced astronomical knowledge subsequently influenced the scientific culture of Egyptians, Indians and Greeks. And in fact Mesopotamian astronomy represents the first phase of western astronomy.

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