Astrology


Pet Astrology

Astrology plays an important part and role
in your pet’s life, be it a cat, a dog, a parrot, a pigeon, a horse, etc. Ever
wondered why your dog or cat behaves differently??. The answers could be
determined by their date of birth and how astrology affects their
character.

You’ll have an easier time in raising your
pets if you understand what makes them they are and how their basic behavior
will evolve depending on their astrological sign. If you just got a new pet for
your home, here’s a great way to know just what to expect out of them and how
you should behave to them, so that both of you can get on well with each
other.


Animal Astrology

Power Animal Healing with Lord Sananda and Alexandriah Stahr

Native Americans throughout time have held sacred, the connection between nature, animal, and man. Native American astrology is based upon your birth animal totem, which is the animal spirit that you are born under. A birth totem is similar to an astrological sign of the zodiac. Your birth totem can tell you many things about your personality, your attitudes, your abilities and your short comings.

These totems are often referred to as solar totems because they encompass many aspects of the “solar” system. From seasonal relationships to moon phases. But a birth totem is not the same thing as a spiritual totem or having a particular animal as a spirit guide. Those relationships are purely spiritual in nature. The animal acts as a teacher along your path specifically for spiritual understanding and growth.

As a birth totem, these aspects of the “birthing sign” are much more than just spiritual symbolism set along the road to help us understand a certain situation in our life. These aspects tell us about who we are, why we probably look at things in a certain way and react to situations or people using particular responses. We are more in tune with the characteristics of these aspects, almost as if we mirror of those traits and qualities. We can therefore use their strengths to help us over come our weaknesses.

In other words, like other astrology systems the world over, Native American astrology can give you insight into who you are, who someone else is, and how the two of you would interact.

Animal birth totems play an intrinsic part in Native American astrology. Roughly equating to the western astrology sun signs that we are all familiar with they make for an interesting alternative to the more conventional. The signs are from being just symbolic though. They effectively form a route map for life.

ZODIAC CALENDAR & LORE


The Zodiac is part of an elaborate and laborious system based on Chinese
astrology, cosmology, and divination. It was
calibrated to track the waxing and waning phases of the moon, used as a method
for counting years, months, days and hours in the Chinese imperial court and
civil calendar, and utilized to forecast one’s future and determine one’s
character. Although replaced in modern times by the Gregorian (solar) calendar,
the Zodiac is still used today (unofficially) as a popular method of divination in many Asian and Western nations.
Furthermore, the Zodiac is the preeminent calendar of old-world Asia. Its 60-year (sexagenary) cycle is still of crucial
importance to modern art historians, for it helps them pinpoint the date of artwork
made in earlier times. The Chinese Zodiac differs in many crucial respects from
the Western Zodiac, and the two should not be confused. The former is based on a
lunar year and five 12-year sub-cycles, while the latter revolves around a
12-month solar year. The Chinese zodiac, moreover, is not equated with
constellations, as is the occidental zodiac. However, Chinese astrology does in
fact incorporate numerous concepts from the Hellenistic zodiac and from
Indo-Iranian astrology, including the Nine Luminaries and the 28 Lunar Mansions.


Auz Astrology

Auz Astrology – The Australian Animal Zodiac Following on from Ann’s book
‘Wisdom of the Australian Animals’ Ann explores in detail the Australian Animal
Astrology (Auz Astrology) she introduced us to in 1997. The Zodiac is divided
into twelve signs, beginning at Aries and ending at Pisces. In Auz Astrology we
start with Kangaroo and end with Platypus. Travelling through these twelve signs
enables us to find our keys to harmony and healing – to find our souls purpose.
Now in its second print run.

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