astrology


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
With astrology being extremely popular in India, this relationship will go a long way in helping both AOL as well as GaneshaSpeaks reach a vast number of potential customers.
So I took my qualifications - which you can now do to various levels right here in Scotland thanks to the wonderful Scottish School of Astrology, which is based in Edinburgh and run by Jane Ridder-Patrick.
of astrology as enthusiastic, and therefore (like enthusiasm itself)
For more information about Susan Miller and other exciting Astrology Zone Premier news please visit www.
The Library of Congress, the British Library, libraries in Madrid and in the Vatican, all contain particularly large collections of astrology books.
The UGC sponsored project is expected to revive scientific study of Astrology.
Basically, this is a totally different way of using astrology to our Western version and, I feel, needs more than a book to learn.
In the Disputations, that distinction collapsed and Pico rejected astrology itself, believing all of it judicial.
Then, in 1980, I registered with the Mayo School of Astrology in Cornwall leading to the British Astrological and Psychic Society's tests to be declared competent to practise as an astrologer.
There are 12 animal signs in Chinese astrology, each with a different character and significance.
Author and astrology expert Robert Gover includes predictions some of the coming economic fatalities (or perhaps blessings) of our nation's near future.