Astrology: The Algebra of life

1363424It is human nature to be filled with wonder while looking up at the sky. We sense the expanse of space, the force of creation, and perhaps even a hint of our own origins. When the truth of astrology is revealed, there is an even stronger sense that we are all a part of something far larger than ourselves. Astrology is derived from the Greek term logos, which means “language of the stars.” Aristotle is credited with being the first to employ mathematics as a tool for comprehending the cosmos, while Pythagoras believed that mathematics was both tremendously beautiful and more than just a system of order. This is also something that lies at the basis of astrology, which makes advantage of the preciseness of its geometrical movement to reach the conclusion reached by the philosopher: the basic reality in nature is founded on numbers.
It was believed that God had created the heavens and put them in perfect and everlasting motion in ancient times, and that the physical cosmos was defined by the ideas of Greek philosophy. Most astrologers believe that this psychic art has a great deal of depth, significance, and meaning, and that all one needs to do is be ready to explore with it to discover it. Many students believe that studying astrology opens the door to a greater understanding of oneself as well as a greater ability to comprehend and appreciate the perspectives of others.

People in the prehistoric era worshipped heavenly bodies and bestowed mystical powers on them. Its association with myth has been from the beginning of time, and these stories carry out a symbolic picture of human patterns related with emotions, conflicts, successes, and anxieties, among other things. We all have psychological structures and aspirations that are comparable to one another, and we all share them as a virtue of being human. Instead of reducing our individuality, we may get a greater understanding of all sorts of people and work out variants of enormous complexity on archetypal themes that are comparable to our own. Astrologers classify their profession as either esoteric, spiritual, psychological, or an empirical science, depending on their perspective. Whatever the case, the theme is a magical and enchanted world full of intrigue and mystery.

The sleeping prophet, Edgar Cayce, had visions of planetary spheres serving as temporary homes for souls between Earthly incarnations on a more spiritual level. Aspects of occult science refer to the astral planes, and mankind is intertwined with the solar system; we are all carrying out a purpose and following a blueprint that has been laid out for us by the Creator. The Earth is considered as a gathering place, where we may all collaborate and build on what we have learnt in previous lifetimes. Planetary vibrations, according to the renowned twentieth-century psychic, may be explained by drawing analogies between the resonances that one gathers, absorbs, and builds. According to the readings, in order to make spiritual advancement, a person must go through all of the planetary spheres and ascend to the spiritual plane.