Astrology is a fascinating topic that supports the universal belief that we are part of a greater ALL that includes the Universe(s) around us, made up of galaxies, star systems, black holes, super novas, light and dark matter, space junk and a whole lot more that we know very little about. Surrounded by the enormity of space, within a medium-sized galaxy, located on the third planet from a small Sun in a planetary system on a peripheral arm of our spiraling Milky Way Galaxy, our observant ancestors across the globe watched the heavens with deep interest, noting correlations between the “moving stars” (now known as planets and asteroids) and the conditions that they experienced here on Earth.
Thus, the beginnings of Astrology were initiated by tribes that dwelt under those stars and cultures that carefully observed and measured star movements throughout generations, across continents, and over centuries. Studying the stars may be older than any other known science, which should lend a certain legitimacy to the Art of Star Forecasting. And yet in more modern times, Astrology has had to fight for respectability as its popularity has risen and fallen across the Ages.
Astrology is based on the interactions between the planets (and asteroids) rotating our Sun, the fixed stars that can be seen in space around our galactic location, and the “star template” under which we were born. Thanks to our astrologically minded ancestors, who observed the effects the “star movements” had on their lives and civilizations, the foundations for Modern Astrology have been well laid.
Nonetheless, this “art-science” continues to evolve to this day with new discoveries, theories and instruments. What Astrology can tell us about ourselves and our relationships with others and the world around us, is quite amazing! If this website can encourage the sharing of Astrological knowledge and expand your understanding of how to apply it in your lives, then our mission will be furthered.