Arquivos de Categoria: ANS

Two Book Reviews: Queer Astrology Anthology and Queer Cosmos: The Astrology of Queer Identities and Relationships

Queer Astrology Anthology is an interesting collection of articles related to lectures at the 2013 Queer Astrology Conference. There are some transcriptions of the question-and-answer sessions, and a few of the chapters are entirely transcriptions. Two Book Reviews: Queer Astrology Anthology and Queer Cosmos: The Astrology of Queer Identities and Relationships  

Successful Astrology Study Replicated

Among the progressed synastry aspects considered in the study were natal Sun and natal Venus, natal Sun and progressed Venus, progressed Sun and natal Venus and progressed Sun and progressed Venus.  Although less impressively, synastry alignments of Venus with Venus and Venus with Mars also presented at the start of relationships with statistical significance.   […]

A Philosophical View of Astrology

When we make an appointment to meet someone, we are orientating ourselves within concepts of time and space that have pre-existed us by thousands of years. The very ‘every-day-ness’ of such moments, as philosophers such as Heidegger and Wittgenstein have described, hold unconsidered origins. We tend to be unaware of the history that underpins our […]

A New Explanation for How Astrology Works

Here’s something iconic astronomer Carl Sagan never considered. Massive amounts of mysterious dark matter gravitationally focused by the planets may be the illusive “mechanism” that explains how astrology works in the natural world. Critics argue that astrology can’t be real because there is no known mechanism in physics to explain planetary influence at astronomical distances. […]