Astrology: sense or nonsense?
Takes a look at the roots of astrology to explain the universe, shows how astrology gave rise to the science of astronomy, what happened to astrology and astrologers through the ages, and finally how modern developments in psychology and biology are being used to forge new varieties of astrology. Addresses the question of why, in this technologically advanced age, the popularity of astrology has reached a new high.
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Origins of Astrology
Setting the Stage
Reading the Signs and Introducing the Planets
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