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Reading the stars and moon.  astrology compatibility.  The Zodiac.  The Tarot.  All are methods of trying to understand the present and predict the future, and have been used by human beings—in one form or another—since there were people. 

This doesn’t necessarily mean that we become what we are told we are: Cancer act so, Capricorns like this, and so on, but that the confluence of the planets and the deep cell memory of the unconscious work together to make us who we are, depending on when we were born, and under which planetary alignment we came to be.However, in the current century, there are some scientific skeptics who are starting to question just whether or not there is, in fact, some science behind the basic astrology report.

However, these symbols are also much more advanced than these simplistic examples; for instance, the lion is the king of the jungle, and the astrological symbol for that king is the Leo.  Is it any wonder then that we perceive Leos as having certain traits and characteristics, ones that remind of the king of beasts? 

However, these symbols are also much more advanced than these simplistic examples; for instance, the lion is the king of the jungle, and the astrology compatibility for that king is the Leo.  Is it any wonder then that we perceive Leos as having certain traits and characteristics, ones that remind of the king of beasts? 

With the introduction of Quantum Physics and the concurrent demonstration that, in fact, there is a connection between all forms of matter—regardless of how disparate two different forms of matter may be—suddenly the belief behind astrology compatibility starts to be a bit more unbelievable. 

The power of astrology seems to be in the power of the symbol.  While this is almost immediately met with dismay by practitioners of astrology, who assert that it is much more than a mere picture, a mere symbol, there may be scientific support for this assertion—especially in the fields of anthropology and psychology.  In those fields, it has long been recognized that the power a symbol has over a people.

While the belief in the power and knowledge of the stars remained intact for centuries, the 17th century saw a dramatic shift in this belief system.  With the advent of automation and a shift to following time-keeping devices, the reliance on following the stars—and therefore believing in their power—began to wane. 

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