What if Satan took control of horoscopes and the Zodiac?
Would Methodists then be following two masters?
Answer by Loosey™
In that case, when the moon is in the seventh house and Jupiter aligns with Mars, peace will not guide the planets and love will not steer the stars.
Answer by SnickerDoodle
The symbols would be much cooler and the only Methodists that would be credible would be Ozzy
Answer by The 2nd Coming of Jesus Sanchez
Satan can’t control the horoscopes because god controls it, and the thunder and lightning outside is controlled by god gesus……
What’s the difference between Horoscopes and Astrology?
Answer by sam_superb
ASTROLOGY: Its is the study of how planets affect the nature n behaviour of people born under them.People born under the same planet tend to have major similarities n common traits in their behaviour.These are permamnent & do not vary with time I mean does’nt matters which year you were born people from same sunsign for ex:- all librians hate injuctice n criticism no matter which year they were born.
HOROSCOPES: These are predictions about affects on you lead by movements of planets through different sunsigns.These are temporary n vary with time.
Difference between HOROSCOPE & ASTROLOGY is same as that between WEATHER & CLIMATE.
Answer by jhenkatdangjoy
there’s no difference u see…..horoscopes/zodiac came from astrology!
Answer by Tom
The word “horoscope” comes from an ancient Greek term that means, roughly, “Watcher of the hour.”. It originally referred to the degree of the zodiac rising on the eastern horizon at a given moment. This was considered and is still considered the most important point in an astrological chart. If we read the ancient, medieval and later texts we frequently see the word “horoscope” used to refer to the ascendant. It is only much later, the 20th century, that the word was used to mean the sun-sign columns in newspapers and magazines. Others use the word as a synonym for the astrological chart or map of the skies at a given moment from the point of view of the observer, e.g “Please look at my horoscope.”
Astrology is the study of the relationship (if any) between the positions of the planets and certain points in the cosmos and events on earth. It encompasses everything that has to do with that practice, study or art including, but not limited to the horoscope.
How do horoscopes work?
What I mean is, how do people come up with your horoscope? I am a skeptic but for the last few days it has been frighteningly accurate.
Answer by adilanadia
based on our own experiences
Answer by reefermadness
well first of all, if you’re reading the daily “horoscopes” on websites, newspapers, magazines, etc then you should know that that’s all a bunch of crap that’s written by random people who don’t know what they are talking about.
but if you are looking up the characteristics of your sign, then that’s the stuff that’s true depending on how good the website is. however, that is just a generalized analysis of the sun signs. there is much more to your birth chart. if you go to this website, you can enter the time and place you were born, and it will give you your unique birth chart, which is much more accurate than just looking up info on your sun sign alone. the most dominant parts of your chart is your sun sign, moon sign, and rising (ascendant) sign. just make sure you put in the exact hour and minute you were born or else it will not be accurate!
and yes, with my experience in getting all my friends into all this horoscope stuff, usually they are skeptical about it at first, but then when they do some research, they become believers too. it is much more accurate than it gets credit for. people don’t realize that until they look it up.
Answer by ChainLightning ⅜
The actual beginnings of astrology are lost in history. From the Old Babylonian period (1800-1700 B.C.) we have the first records of attempts to correlate such simple, basic problems as famine, death, or war with the positions of the stars and planets. These records were kept over a wide range of territory, from what is now Turkey to Iraq and Iran. The “Venus Tablets of Ammisaduqa,” recording the motions of the planet Venus, were themselves copies of earlier observations made in the time of King Ammisaduqa, tenth ruler of the First Dynasty of Babylon, circa 1626 B.C.
In the earliest times, omens derived from astronomical observations were applied solely to the rulers or to matters of public welfare; it was some time before other, ordinary individuals were permitted, by law, to have forecasts made for them. In Rome, astrology was so popular at one period that Caesar Augustus (63 B.C. – A.D. 14) forbade its use as too dangerous to the proper conduct of government.
Astrology was, in its beginnings, a genuine search for knowledge——an attempt to find, in the configurations of the stars and planets, some meaning for humans that might enable them to ascertain something about the future, as if that future were written, obscurely but gloriously, in the heavenly patterns that nightly present themselves to observers.
Only five planets——Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn—— were known to the early observers. Since they were named after gods and were believed to represent the actual bodies of the gods, the movements of those objects against the background of mythical figures represented by the constellations seemed important. It was that relationship of god to “sign” that was the basis for the notion that the fortunes of humanity were to be found by examining the night skies.
There were two divisions to astrology at first. Horary astrology dealt with measuring motions of the stars and planets and thereby predicting their configurations. This division eventually grew into astronomy. Horary astrology was essential for performing the second type, judiciary astrology, the popular aspect that offered——and still offers——predictions and trends to the clients.
Such a notion is seductive because it seems to make life simpler. It attributes everything from interpersonal relationships to the destiny of nations to the stars. It appears to eliminate the understandable confusion offered by life, confusion created both by the advances of new technology and by highly specialized knowledge that are beyond the reach and comprehension of the average person, and it seems to remove the need for personal responsibility, handing it all over to fate but allowing a glimpse into the future that might provide some advantage.