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astrology

The non-scientific study of an alleged relationship between the positions of the sun, moon and planets in the twelve Zodiac signs and personal physical, mental, spiritual and emotional well-being and the events that occur in a person’s life.
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According to career astrologer Azlan White, as Pluto comes closer to its American birth-chart position, its power is increasing
Former Delhi Chief Minister Sahib Singh Verma's son Pravesh ( BJP candidate from West Delhi constituency) also consulted his astrologer before filing his nomination.
Astrologer P Khurrana said that the cricketer does not want to commit to marriage, while fellow astrologer Prem Kumar Sharma pointed out that though they are compatible, the duo is uncertain about long-term plans.
However, even if we acknowledge that far too many astrologers speak far too vaguely about matters impossible to measure or trace, those miscarriages, misstatements, or misunderstandings do not give us sufficient reason to reject astrology as a whole, as Mr.
New York astrologer Robert Corre agreed, forecasting a close election, with Obama remaining in the White House.
As of now astrologers here are competing with each other predicting who will win the World Cup.
The curriculum of the RASA School of Astrology was certified by Professional Astrologers Inc.
When questioned, however, the astrologers were unable to explain satisfactorily why something as seemingly vital as the location of the constellations in the sky has nothing to do with fortunetelling based on the heavens,.
Astrologers say the new Nepali year 2067 itself began on an inauspicious day.
Pisces Feb 20-Mar 20 According to an astrologer on the internet, this is a star sign associated with compassion and kindness but also with being weak-willed and easily led.
Speaking on BBC Radio 4, former Archbishop of Wales Dr Rowan Williams argued the idea of astrologers following a bright star to Bethlehem made sense against the historical context.
Speaking on BBC Radio 4, he argued the idea of astrologers following a bright star to Bethlehem made sense against the historical context.