Astrology used to be viewed as a pseudoscience, but we now have enough scientific evidence to counter this view. We have large-scale peer-reviewed experimental outcomes that show repeated results. These results not only validate astrology they allow us to formulate a theory of astrology that can be tested. Replicated Study Enhances Astrological Claims
Personality traits for individuals taking Eysenck Personality Inventory (EPI) align with descriptions astrologers use for astrological elements A theory advanced by one of the 20th Century’s most frequently quoted psychological experts on personality and intelligence has been validated by a 21st Century research astrologer. Astrology Study Validates Popular Psychology Test
Life has cycles. Spring follows winter, tides rise and fall, and Full Moons are always two weeks after New Moons. Life’s cycles are based on the natural, definite, and predictable movement of the rotating Earth and its satellite Moon as they orbit the Sun. This never changes, is constant, and is beyond our control. Pondering […]
Astrologer Paul Westran has a tested theory about relationships that unfold in this way. In a rigorous, eight year study involving 1,300 couples, he examined the correlations between planetary alignments and real events in people’s lives and came up with some surprising results. Unique Study Links Venus to Romantic Choices People Make
When you say that you’re a Gemini or a Leo, what you are saying is that the sun was in that sign of the zodiac when you were born. The kind of popular astrology that people are familiar with from newspapers tells us that the signs change with the calendar. Capricorn is from December 22nd […]
Many have found healing in twelve step programs based on the model of Alcoholics Anonymous. As most of us know, these programs of recovery are not limited to alcohol issues. They have spun off similar programs for drug dependencies. Astrology And The Twelve Steps Programs
Get ready for a fresh assault on dogged claims that the Moon has naught to do with those cyclical patterns that roil our emotions and rile our senses at every layer of our being. Canadian research astrologer Peter J. Marko warns of a looming revolution that has potential to dramatically influence the way investigators approach […]
Astrology’s critics argue that astrology implies a doctrine of predestination that could disempower and cause some adherents to lose a sense of their own free will. Thus, skeptics might consider astrology incompatible with the aims and methods of therapy. Does Astrology Have a Role in Mental Health Care?