What Made Me Believe in Astrology

To my amazement, I found that both the human body and our planet Earth are made up of about 70-75% water. It is factual to say that water is crucial for life to exist on planet Earth. Nothing could survive without it. This is because all living creatures on Earth, like humans, are hydrogen-based. In the body, water plays an underappreciated and important role. It helps by regulating body temperature,  transporting nutrients, and removing waste, which is why severe dehydration can be deadly. … ContinueWhat Made Me Believe in Astrology

The Ancient History of Astrology: Early Civilizations and The Stars

Astrology, an ancient practice that has captivated civilizations for centuries, holds a rich history deeply intertwined with the development of human civilization. From the earliest recorded civilizations to the present day, astrology has played a significant role in shaping our understanding of the cosmos and our place within it. In this blog post, we will delve into some of astrology’s earliest roots, exploring its origins, its connection to ancient astronomers, and how it was utilized by various ancient civilizations. … ContinueThe Ancient History of Astrology: Early Civilizations and The Stars

Symbolism of Venus, Mars, and Gender Roles

Although many of us have established an understanding that gender and sex are not the same thing, this has not always been the case in society. The planet Mars is often taken as a symbol of masculine features, but not necessarily only for men, while the planet Venus is often interpreted as a symbol for more feminine characteristics and not limited to only women. It is believed, however, that in ancient Greece and Rome, where the names were given to the two planets based on mythological stories, these names were carried over to other practices over time through their symbolic use. … ContinueSymbolism of Venus, Mars, and Gender Roles

Philosophy and Science Need Each Other

I had noticed throughout seemingly separated communities that they had one similarity and this was in their own perceived level of importance. Many times, I’ve witnessed the Scientific community poke fun at more philosophically inclined groups. Likewise, I’ve seen philosophical individuals completely dismiss science. With that being said, I had come to the conclusion that the majority of people seemed to feel that science and philosophy absolutely shouldn’t coexist and definitely can’t mix. … ContinuePhilosophy and Science Need Each Other

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