The Physics of Astrology Explained (September 19, 2017 - Astrology News Service)
The Physics of Astrology Explained (September 19, 2017 - Astrology News Service)
Is astrology a pseudoscience because no scientific proof for it exists?

The most common question we astrologers get from sceptics is: What is the physical mechanism by which celestial bodies influence our life?

Sceptics like to say that astrology is a pseudoscience because no scientific proof exists that thereís a physical mechanism by which celestial bodies affect our thinking or decision-making processes.
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Mainstream versus Alternative Sciences, which one explains astrology better?
Read the entire article below on Page 38 of the OPA Magazine "The Career Astrologer":
Coming from a mainstream physics educational background, I find that my attempt to explain how astrology works is hindered by a lack of appropriate physical models and definitions that would both make sense to me and make it easier for my audience to understand what Iím trying to say. Being a highly sensitive individual with extrasensory abilities, I can feel and visualize the mechanism of planetary effects on humans. In other words, believe it or not, I am feeling the planetary vibes on a physical level. Feeling is one thing, explaining what Iím feeling in scientific terms is another.
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Introduction to Physics of Astrology
Introduction to Physics of Astrology

What is the physical mechanism by which celestial bodies influence our life? This is the most common question we, as astrologers, get from skeptics.

Skeptics say that astrology is pseudoscience because there is no scientific proof of the existence of a physical mechanism by which celestial bodies can affect our thinking and decision making process.

The good news for astrologers is that in order to answer the skeptics questions, we do not really need a “proof” in the form of a special scientific experiment or measurement. We just need to look at the obvious and gather information that is already available.

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3 Questions that are hard to answer about astrology.
3 Questions that are hard to answer about astrology.

Here are 3 of the most common questions asked by skeptics, which also represent most common unsolved problems of astrology:

 

  1. Is astrology science, art or religion (superstition)?  
  2. What is the physical mechanism by which celestial bodies influence our life?  
  3. Can astrology predict everything? Is life 100% predefined? Is there a place for 'free will'?
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Defining astrology. Is Astrology science, art or religion?
Defining astrology. Is Astrology science, art or religion?

Astrology lover: "I believe in Astrology. Science is cool too."

Scientist: "I'm a scientist. I'm not interested in Astrology because it is not a science."

Skeptic, non-scientist: "I don't believe in Astrology. I believe in science!"

Astrologer: "I'm an Astrologer. Astrology is amazing. It works."

Me: "I'm an astrologer and I'm a scientist, however I don't believe in Astrology and I don't believe in Science. For me it's not a matter of belief in either. It's a matter to show that they are not separate."   

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Physical qualities of celestial bodies.
Physical qualities of celestial bodies.

How do Planets and other celestial bodies affect us?

First we want to bring the attention of astrologers, astrology lovers and skeptics to the fact that even though astrology is working a lot with symbolism and ancient myths, the celestial bodies are real.

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Direct and Transmitted Gravity Influence. Resonance
Direct and Transmitted Gravity Influence. Resonance

Direct effect ‘Planet to terrestrial object’ is really weak. It’s calculated based on the famous Newtonian ratio where the only parameters that are taken into consideration are the masses of two bodies and the distance between them. 

It is time to introduce transmitted effect as opposed to direct effect, we have discussed so far. What I mean by transmitted effect is an effect that comes from another entity that was affected by the Moon. 

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The Sun.
The Sun.

Skeptics can say that they don't care about the planets and the Moon.
I agree that it is a bit hard to see how they affect us.

But can we imagine life without the Sun

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Receiving, Transmitting and Amplifying: We Are Radio!
Receiving, Transmitting and Amplifying: We Are Radio!

If we compare nature objects and people to radio receiving, transmitting and amplifying devices, we would suddenly notice similar rules of engagement.

Let's look at radio devices, how they receiving wireless wave signals, amplifying them, decoding, transmitting. The antenna first gets bombarded by electromagnetic waves of a wide spectrum. Just like we are and everything else under the sky.

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Music of the Spheres: Standing Waves
Music of the Spheres: Standing Waves

A sceptic may still ask: ‘How exactly the gravity wave makes me come up with decisions to get myself into trouble?’

There is a way to understand it and visualize it by exploring standing waves. Let’s take a look at sound waves.

What happens to water affected by sound waves?

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