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Philip Stuart Hosley
December 29,1947
5:13 AM
Elmira, New York
   
 

AN EXPANDED VIEW OF OUR PLACE IN THE UNIVERSE.

I must thank my teacher His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and his teacher Shri Guru Dev, all glory to them.

Astrology is an ancient natural observed science. Its roots reach to antiquity. Fundamental knowledge of astrology like many ancient civilizations was born, flourished and then faded over time. Through the ages 108 inspired sages have rediscovered and developed this divine science.

These sages in their great compassion set down the rules of astrology to alleviate suffering and guide human evolution. Astrology presents for you your human tendencies for strength and weakness. knowing your strengths and weaknesses is ultimately practical in exploring the limits of your life. The limits of your life become challenges and a spur to action to further your personal evolution. This is the secret of life.

 
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"The zodiac is the belt or band of constellations through which the Sun, Moon, and planets transit across the sky. Astrologers noted these constellations and so attached a particular significance to them. Over time they developed the system of twelve signs of the zodiac (Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, and Pisces), based on twelve of the constellations they considered to be particularly important. The Western and Vedic zodiac signs have a common origin in the tradition of horoscopic astrology, and so are very similar in meaning." -- Wiki
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"The majority of Western astrologers base their work on the tropical zodiac which divides the sky into twelve equal segments of 30 degrees each, beginning with the first point of Aries, the point where the line of the Earth's celestial equator and the ecliptic (the Sun's path through the sky) meet at the northern hemisphere spring equinox. Due to the precession of the equinoxes, the slow changing of the way Earth rotates in space, the zodiacal signs in this system bear no relation to the constellations of the same name but stay aligned to the months and seasons. " -- Wiki
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"Practitioners of the Vedic astrological tradition and a minority of Western astrologers use the sidereal zodiac. This zodiac uses the same evenly divided ecliptic but approximately stays aligned to the positions of the observable constellations with the same name as the zodiacal signs. The sidereal zodiac differs from the tropical zodiac by an offset called the ayanamsa, which steadily increases as the equinoxes drift further. Furthermore, some siderealists (i.e. astrologers employing sidereal techniques) use the actual, unequal constellations of the zodiac in their work." -- Wiki
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