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Astronomy and Astrology: Why Astrology Should Be Taught in the Schools

An observation by a British astronomer points to the need to teach astrology in the schools if only as a check and balance for the pronouncements of some astronomers. On April 1, 1976 British astronomer Patrick Moore announced on BBC … Continue reading

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Astrology And Astronomy: NASA’s Mercury Mission During Mercury Rx

“Getting there was only half the fun,” says March 2011 issue of Scientific American. Because of Mercury’s proximity to the sun’s gravitational field, a direct flight to Mercury was not possible. The craft could not slow enough to be captured … Continue reading

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Don Cerow Lectures In Connecticut: Stars, Myths and Legends

Myth and legend are not just amusing stories for internationally known astrologer, lecturer and writer Don Cerow: they are a living connection between the peoples of the past and us today. Ancient peoples didn’t view the heavens as a static … Continue reading

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