Exegesis Volume 3 Issue #31

From: HeWhoGetsSlapped
Subject: Re: Exegesis Digest V3 #30

Exegesis Digest Tue, 21 Apr 1998

Date: Tue, 14 Apr 1998 22:55:56 -0700
From: HeWhoGetsSlapped
To: Exegesis
Subject: Re: Exegesis Digest V3 #30

William D. Tallman wrote:
 > What we call astrology is only one part of what used to be
 > the astrologer's expertise. It's only been since the Greeks that
 > astrology as we know it has been predominate. The question is, now,
 > how does one rectify these apparently disparate facets of astrology?

My question is, do you believe that psychological astrology should be completely disregarded, or put in balance with the many other fields of astrology? I do completely agree with you, and in fact get quite frustrated by the fact that most astrologers believe that astrology is only a psychological matter, and often they believe that it is synonymous with religion..ack

 > Modern neuroscience is beginning to provide understanding of some
 > of the mechanisms of what psychology has so painstakingly documented.

A recent cover article in Life went into depth about the effects of genetics on our psychological selves. It strangely echoed what I hear most astrologers state, being that it, genetics (astrology) predisposes one to certain sets of behaviorisms and often they will not even show themselves in the individual unless they appear in combinations of similar genetic codes. If it's still on the newsstands, I highly reccomend going out and purchasing it. Just substitute the word 'genetics' with 'astrology' and you'll have some fun. bunbury


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