I'm interested in Astrology even though I've never got too deeply into it. I don't know if any of this in fact means anything at all, but I am interested in the opinions you guys might have.
Two thousand years ago on the southern shores of the Mediterranean at the mouth of the Nile was the great pagan library of Alexandria, presided over by the philosopher and librarian, Hypatica. She was of course murdered and mutilated by the Christians who burnt the library of Alexadria to the ground.
But most important, Hypatica was not an astrologer, she was an astronomer.
Hypatica regarded astrology with the contempt it deserves, and as an astromer discovered that the Earth moved and indeed moved in an elipse around the Sun.