Astrology and astronomy – the study and interpretation of celestial bodies – have played key roles in development of myths, legends and stories in cultures across the globe. The Mayans, Egyptians, Indians, Chinese, First Nations Tribes and other ancient peoples developed their own ways of navigating and deriving meaning from the skies. We still see millions today seeking guidance through this craft, most popularly through Western and/or Vedic astrology.
Astrology still holds the incredible power to create a narrative of purpose, origin, belonging and to frame the individual’s role in familial, interpersonal, intra-personal and collective dynamics. These powerful narratives reflect – and in their own way – continually shape a culture’s definition and perception of itself at the meta-level.
The discipline of astrology itself has been undergoing revision, refinement and diversification. With the rise of more intuitive perspectives such as Evolutionary Astrology, Soul-Centered Astrology, Karmic Astrology and so on –…
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