Astrology can be summed up as the belief that the alignment of our sun and various constellations in transit affects our lives on a fundamental level. This belief originated roughly 2000 years before the common era. Now, astronomically speaking, a few millennia is chump change – but it does make a difference. The stars are a database of information, from overcoming struggles to forming healthy relationships, to improving your character, and so much more. This knowledge has been used since ancient times in various cultures, and now it has been passed to you. NASA Updates Star Signs For The First Time In 2,000 Years The stars have shifted due to the wobbling effect of the Earth caused by the sun and the moon over the last two to three thousand years. The sky is different than what the ancient astrologers viewed. Now, the constellations are off by about a month. Therefore 86% of people are […]
Video – Many believe that there is a deeper significance of the Great Pyramids at Giza, beyond the assumption that was built solely as tombs of the pharaohs. The Ancient Egyptians appear to have built the pyramids in alignment with the three stars of Orion’s belt. The various features of these structures seem to have strong astrological importance. Here’s a short video from the History Channel that offers more insight into recent speculations about the meaning of the Great Pyramids. Below is an additional discussion about the Pyramids and the Sphinx of ancient Egypt, where Graham Hancock explores in more detail the features of these archeological mysteries and their potential meaning. ~~ Help Waking Times to raise the vibration by sharing this article with friends and family… The post Mysterious Link Between the Great Pyramids and Orion’s Belt appeared first on Waking Times.
Ancient civilization saw nothing absurd in the claims of astrology, no more than many an educated and thoroughly scientific man sees in it today. Judicial astrology, by which the fate and acts of men and nations might be foreknown, [hardly] appeared, nor does it even now appear, any more unphilosophical or unscientific than does natural astrology or astronomy-by which the events of so-called brute and inanimate nature (changes of weather, &c.), might be predicted. For it was not even prophetic insight that was claimed by the votaries of that abstruse and really grand science, but simply a great proficiency in that method of procedure which allows the astrologer to foresee certain events in the life of a man by the position of the planets at the time of his birth. Once the probability, or even the simple possibility, of an occult influence exercised by the stars upon the destiny […]
This section on the making of gold is included Century IV of Francis Bacon’s Sylva Sylvarum, or a Naturall Historie in ten Centuries… London, 1627, which was part of Bacon’s unfinished Instauratio Magna. This text was transcribed by Marcus Williamson. Experiment Solitary, touching the Making of Gold. The World hath been much abused by the Opinion of Making of Gold: The Worke it selfe I judge to be possible; But the Meanes (hitherto propounded) to effect it, are, in the Practice, full of Errour and Imposture; And in the Theory, full of unsound Imaginations. For to say, that Nature hath an Intention to make all Metals Gold; and that, if she were delivered from Impedients, she would perform her owne Worke; And that, if the Crudities, Impurities, and Leprosities of Metals were cured, they would become Gold ; And that a little Quantity of the medicine, in the Worke […]