as·trol·o·gy
/əˈsträləjē/
noun

1. the study of the movements and relative positions of celestial bodies interpreted as having an influence on human affairs and the natural world.

Astrology has been used since the 1st century BC and possibly longer. It is described as all that is “as above, so below”, a mirror of what happens in the skies to the earth. From kings, leaders to the most marginalized in society and everyone in between have used astrology as a life map for thousands of years. Before the 20th century it went hand in hand with astronomy and was considered a science. Many consider it an art form of historical relevance now.


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