modern astrology

Astrology is the parent of the scientific method, developed from the empiric observations of calendrical copyists and almanac makers in temples throughout the ancient world. In the process of preserving almanac information, the clergy, scribes, and historians were able to view and study long periods of time.  

Along with the planetary motions among the backdrop of visible stars, the calendars listed anything significant in the agricultural life of the community, including weather and its attendant issues of flooding, droughts, storms, etc. as well as events important to the community and its leadership.  

Persistent statistical relevance was discovered between the planetary motions, historical events, and weather --time and time again.  The refinement of these observations and correlations continues to this day.  

invisible influences

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