Free Sidereal Astrology Guide Step 2: History

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Why are the Constellations chosen?
Free Sidereal Astrology Guide Step 2: History

Why are the Constellations chosen?

Excerpt: They were chosen because these are the signs that the ecliptic of the sun moves through them... And because the Earth's Pole points towards these signs as it wobbles around... -- So there are 12 signs of the zodiac. They were chosen because these are the signs that the ecliptic of the sun moves through them [Yellow]. And because the Earth's Pole points towards these signs as it wobbles around [Blue]. Giving these constellations an energy storehouse of direct sun energy. Therefore causing more of an effect on earth as they are stronger. Though the sun actually goes through 13 signs. NOW. The reason why the 13th sign Ophiuchus isn't added is because he is fused into the definition of Scorpio already. So if you have 13 signs, you lose being able to have basic compatibility ...
What’s Your Signs Names?
Free Sidereal Astrology Guide Step 2: History

What’s Your Signs Names?

Translation of English Astrology Names to Greek, Varaha Mihira, Indian, Babylonian and Sumerian (sorry sumerian to be advised due to misplacing the book that info was in! Ha. I will get it and update later on ;-)). The names are done relatively in order, with Sumerian being the oldest name and English being the newest language for sign naming :) -- English Name: Aries Degree: 0-30° English Equivalent: Ram (Headstrong) Greek Names:  Krios Varaha Mihira: Kriya Indian Names: Mesha Babylonian Names: Ku or Iku Sumerian Names: TBA -- English Name: Taurus Degree: 30°-60° English Equivalent: Bull (Patience) Greek Names: Tauros Varaha Mihira: Taburi Indian Names: Vrishaba Babylonian Names: Te-te Sumerian Names: TBA -- English Name: Gemini Degree: 60°-90° English Equivalent: ...
A Quick Beginnings of Astrology
Free Sidereal Astrology Guide Step 2: History

A Quick Beginnings of Astrology

The four societies who are credited with the origins of astrology are the Nile Valley in Egypt, the valley between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers in Sumer (Southern Mesopotamia) the Hwang Ho Valley in China, and the Indus Valley in India. With the first original system acknowledge to be Sumer in which the Babylonian Empire developed an extensive method of divination through their intellectual and scientific advances. Each of these cultures started astrology in the Age of Taurus. Astrology was used for Agriculture, as season changes and meteorological conditions affected farming. Early methods of Astrological recording were done with a Gnomon. References Dreyer, R. G., 1997. Vedic astrology : a guide to the fundamentals of jyotish. 2nd ed. Boston, MA, USA: Red Wheel/Weiser. ^ book e...
Free Sidereal Astrology Guide Step 2: History

Precession of the Equinox

"Earth's ~25,000-year precessional cycle; the ever changing relationship between the tropical and sidereal zodiacs... the Earth's pole wobbles over a very long period of time (Nick Anthony Fiorenza, 2012)." "Since the Earth's rotational axis moves slowly in a circular precessional motion, the equinoctial point does not return to its exact starting place for 25,800 years. Instead, the vernal point moves in a retrograde manner through the zodiacal belt, increasing at a yearly precessional rate of 50.23 to 50.27 seconds per year. "This varies slowly over time [this is due to being in a binary sun system, in which when we get closer to the other sun we speed up and when further away we slow down]. "Known as the Precession of the Equinoxes, this slow and steady backward movement of the v...
Sidereal Astrology Introduction Page
Free Sidereal Astrology Guide Step 2: History

Sidereal Astrology Introduction Page

Why Astrology Is Important. When the Sun sends off a solar flare… we feel it.  Our whole planet heats up! As well as the rest of the solar system! Did you know that recently every planet in the solar system as far out as Pluto has been heating up?  It isn’t just Earth. Great Global Warming Swindle We all know that the Moon dictates the tides for the whole planet and people stipulate that it also affects us, “people go crazy when it’s a full moon,” because we are also made out of a huge percentage of water. The Journal of Psychology: The Effects of the Full Moon on Human Behavior When a star implodes to cause a black hole – anywhere in our solar system – we feel it. However minimally it may actually influence us, scientists still calculate that the energy will always reach earth. Don...
Free Sidereal Astrology Guide Step 2: History

Sidereal Astrology Comparisons to Tropical Astrology

(c) Watcher, S, 2014. Sidereal Astrology Comparisons to Tropical Astrology. [ONLINE] Available at: https://www.freesiderealastrology.com/sidereal-astrology-comparisons-to-tropical-astrology/. References Blogspot/Twilight Star Song. 2013. Pluto’s PeregrinationsTropical and Sidereal. [ONLINE] Available at: http://twilightstarsong.blogspot.com.au/2013/03/plutos-peregrinations-tropical-and.html. [Accessed 06 January 14].
Guide: Step 2
Free Sidereal Astrology Guide Step 2: History

Guide: Step 2

Learn a bit about the history of astrology. Sidereal Astrology Introduction Page Sidereal Astrology Comparisons to Tropical Astrology Precession of the Equinox A Quick Beginnings of Astrology Why are the Constellations chosen? What’s Your Signs Names? The Evolution of Astrology Pictures of Zodiacs from all over the World