Astrology - Its Importance and Relevance

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The word 'Astrology' is derived from two roots - 'aster,' or star, and 'logos,' or logic - giving it the meaning 'star logic'.

Astrology is a language of stars. It is in fact the universal language. For instante, a birth chart is the snap of zodiac at the time of your birth and comprises of nine planets and twelve houses. The placement of different planets in different houses in a birth chart is known as the planetary configurations of the said birth chart. The promise of an individual’s life is fixed by the destiny in the form of the placement and strength of planets in a birth chart.
 
Astrology is the art of interpreting the influences of various planets on human beings. This is considered to be divine science and it enables us to peep into the mysterious future. There are different systems used for the purpose of forecasting such as palm reading, transit, horary, face reading, birth chart reading etc. However, practically the most accurate one is the birth chart reading since it is directly linked to the birth time of the person concerned.

Most astrologers use a variety of techniques to "look into the future" of an individual. For instance, the transit planets challenge and pressure us to make changes in our lives and in our attitudes toward our lives. They bring us joy and sometimes sorrow—they pull out parts of ourselves and "force" us to face them. By looking into these factors, we can make the right decision at the critical point of our lives.

Astrology, the Divine Science, gives an unbiased presentation which covers a vast amount of material in a wholesome, significant, and dignified manner. The various positions of the planets, of interplanetary aspects, progressions, transits, and so on, are clear and definite, and have a undeniable effect on our whole lives.

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