Astrology: Beyond Belief

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Political or so-called “Mundane Astrology,” which involves looking at the charts of organizations or countries, is one of my interests. The interplay of the planets when observing events around the globe can be enlightening. Additionally, it is interesting to observe the solar/lunar cycle and its apparent effects on humanity and the natural world, in general. This essay will hopefully allow the reader to gain a new perspective on a very ancient and much misunderstood subject.

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1

Nicholas Campion, Introduction to The History of Astrology (London: Institute for The Study of Cycles in World Affairs, 1982) 67.

2

Rupert Sheldrake, The Science Delusion (London: Coronet, 2013), 89.

3

Ibid., 298.

4

See Liz Greene, Saturn: A New look at an Old Devil, (New York: Samuel Weiser, 1976).

5

Sheldrake, The Science Delusion, 17.

6

Ibid., 128.

9

Ibid., 13.

10

Campion, A History of Western Astrology, 7.

12

Frances Yates, Giordano Bruno and The Hermetic Tradition, (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1961), 76.

15

John Anthony West., The Case for Astrology (London: Arkana, 1992), 149.

17

Ibid., 129.

18

See Michel Gauquelin, The Cosmic Clocks, (London: Grafton Books, 1973).

19

Campion, A History of Western Astrology, xi.

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