Astrology and Christmas: All Posts Midwinter Festival
(Astrology Explored) Our ancestors watched the sun, moon and stars to determine the passing of time. Of particular importance, besides the full moon, were the solstices and equinoxes. The theme of both solstices and equinoxes was the interplay of the light and the dark, both being essential to the balance of the Universe. Winter Solstice stories revolved on the death of the old year, the old sun, and the birth of the new. In the middle to the cold and the dark was the hope that the sun would once again warm the earth. Over the years I’ve written a number of pieces about this time of the year, so I thought I’d share them with you once again.
The Astrology of Christmas Myths–Holiday Sales Will Save Us
The Astrology of Zodiac Ages: Christmas and the Next Two Thousand Years
The Astrology and Astronomy of the Star of Bethlehem
Astrology, History and the Winter Solstice: Our Christmas Traditions
Astrology and Mythology: Saturn’s Story and Saturnalia
The Astrology of Christmas: Winter Solstice Traditions
The Astrology of Christmas: Dickens and Scrooge
The Astrology of Christmas: History, Prophecy and Bad Uses of Astrology
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