In Astris

Origins of Astrology

Astrology, in its broadest sense, is the search for human meaning in the stars. Astrology was introduced to the Greeks in the 4th century B.C. and was studied by Plato, Aristotle, and others. It was soon embraced by the Romans, who gave the zodiac signs their modern names, and has since spread throughout the entire world.

Early astrologers knew it took 12 lunar cycles for the sun to return to its original position. They identified 12 constellations that they observed and named them. The signs of the zodiac are split into four groups: Fire, Water, Air and Earth. Also each planet is associated with two signs, and the sun and the moon are associated with one each.

A horoscope is a map of the zodiacal circle with Earth at the center and the top of the circle represents the highest point of the sun during the day. Your horoscope charts the relative positions of the Sun, Moon, planets, and stars at the time of your birth. Proper interpretation of a horoscope is both an art and a science and can reveal a lot about a person.

On this website you can learn more about astrology, including finding your zodiac sign and your compatability with other signs. Also make sure to sign up to recieve daily horoscopes and news about your sign!

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