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The Long, Fascinating History of Byzantine Astrology!

Speaker: Thomas Gazis


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The Long, Fascinating History of Byzantine Astrology!
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Sun, May 2, 2021 03:00 PM - 04:30 PM EDT
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Byzantium has enormously contributed to the formation of modern astrology. Still, due to the lack of relative sources (books etc.) Byzantine astrology remains unknown. But it has actually influenced enormously the Persian, Arab and Renaissance astrology – even the Anglo-Saxon one! But oddly enough if you open up any histrory of the astrology book you will realize that the Byzantine astrology is rarely mentioned there, as if it were nonexistent! Thus, with this talk we are given the chance  to somehow bridge the gap and introduce the viewers to  the fascinating Saga of the Byzantine contribution to western Astrology!

Thomas Gazis

Thomas D. Gazis is an astrologer, writer and international speaker. He was born in Piraeus, Greece. After finishing college he moved to Italy in order to study Architecture at Turin's University. He became a CIDA’s (Italian Federation's) member and participated in many seminars and congresses in Italy while he attended international astrology conferences in Switzerland. In 1986 he completed his Diploma in Architecture and returned to Greece. He then became a regular contributor to Greek and international astrology magazines. Thomas Gazis is the author of three Greek books entitled "Synastry, The Astrology of Human Relationships" and «The New 3rd Millennium’s Astrology” and “Byzantine Astrology” (under publishing). He has been an instructor at the American "IAA" ("International Academy of Astrology", you may visit the relative link here: http://www.astrocollege.org/academic/st ... omas_Gazis ) Thomas' blog: http://science-astrology.blogspot.com/