Astrology has always had a bad reputation with many scientists. This year, astrology came into focus again as a pseudoscience. Many people believe that it is a crank belief, and this is usually done by people who have little knowledge or understanding of it. They are also people who are not open or willing to believe in something with little scientific evidence. They can prepare their daily stars in the newspaper and laugh and criticize them. The signs of the zodiac that you are reading are just a very basic guide. An astrologer needs to know the date and place of birth in order to get a correct birth interpretation of a horoscope that offers an absolute wealth of information.
I doubt that astrology can ever be classified as true science. Only true existence can really be proven. However, science has proven that the moon has an impact on tides and human behavior. Arnold Lieber wrote a book in 1978 entitled The Lunar Effect: Biological Tides and Human Emotions. He argued that the moon influences daily behavior. Physicians also agree, as hospitals and the police know that more violence is used on a full moon, and are increasing their workforce to take this into account. There are many other cases that appear to be related to the planets. When mercury is declining (moving around a certain part of the zodiac), it is said to affect all things related to communication and travel. The last bad weather belt that hit Britain in late 2010 was at a time when mercury was declining. This was also a time when many Internet service providers and other communication devices had problems. Coincidence?
Percy Seymour, a scientist, recently wrote a book called "The Scientific Proof of Astrology". The argument he made was that the movement of the sun, moon and various planets from Jupiter to Mars disrupted the Earth's magnetic field. The unborn offspring of pregnant mothers around the world are exposed to different magnetic fields at birth.
There was a time when astronomy and astrology went hand in hand until science began to become more factual. Quantum physics and science combine today with astrological thinking and could merge again in the future.
All scientific theories developed by humans to explain the universe around us are basically the same. Astrology, astronomy, philosophy, quantum physics and religion are basically the same thing. Scientists and skeptics need real physical evidence. I often tell people when you enter a room where two people are arguing, why can you "feel" or "feel" an atmosphere? You don't know they had an argument, but you can feel the atmosphere is dense or just different. Explain it, how do you know? What are you feeling? Do you need scientific evidence to prove that what you feel is real, or do you trust your instincts?
Every living organism in this world is part of this solar system and universe. Brian Cox explains this very well with his latest series "Wonders of the Universe". If the world and planets like the moon affect the tides of our seas, these giant planets will certainly affect every other living or non-living thing on our planet. Everything we do has cause and effect. What happens in our everyday life is not accidental, how can it be? Our thoughts, attitudes, words and actions cause and influence our personal life experiences significantly. I would not write this article if there was no cause and effect. I am a scientist and I do not need any concrete evidence to believe in something that would make many people laugh. I use my own experience, do my own research, and use my instinct to come to my conclusion. How are you? Listen to someone else?