Indian Vedic Astrology
Indian Vedic Astrology is based on the theory of fate. The good and the bad actions of the past life determine your fate or Karma of your present life, and the actions of your present life determine your future Karma. According to Indian Vedic Astrology an individual is born at that place, on that day and at that moment when his individual fate is in perfect mathematical harmony with the progress of the stars in heaven.
Elements in Astrology
Groups of signs in astrology share certain characteristics that are classified according to four earthly elements – fire, air, water and earth. It helps explain why some signs are more compatible than others. Here’s a list of the Elements in Astrology. Continue Reading
Online Chinese Astrology
This is how Chinese Astrology was developed. According to Chinese legend, the twelve animals quarreled one day as to who was to head the cycle of years. The gods were asked to decide and they held a contest: whoever was to reach the opposite bank of the river would be first, and the rest of the animals would receive their years according to their finish. Learn more about Online Chinese Astrology here.
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Opinions about Astrological Predictions are generally divided. In fact, both views are based on a misunderstanding of the nature of how astrology really works. Continue Reading
Astrology – Your Ascendant Sign
Technically speaking, your rising sign, or ascendant, reflects the zodiac sign that was ascending on the Eastern horizon at the moment you took your first breath in this world. This is why an exact birth time is so vital to finding your accurate rising sign – Your Ascendant Sign. Located on the cusp of the first house of your astrological chart – or at the nine o’clock position – the rising sign can exert an influence almost as powerful as your Sun and Moon signs.
Recognising Patterns in Tarot Readings
Once you have learned the divinatory meanings of each card, you can begin looking at groups of cards that are similar. The skill to be developed is Recognising Patterns in Tarot Readings. The good thing is though, pattern recognition is a skill that comes in handy in all areas of life.
As you are learning, certain groups of cards have a particular divinatory meaning which you can use in your interpretations. Recognising patterns will help you get a ‘feel’ for the overall picture the reading represents.
The two pattern recognition methods are:
a) Interpreting similar cards
b) Elemental Balance (majority of cards)