Central Russian (Bactia, Tajik, Camboja etc)
Hellenistic (Minoan, Greek)
Meso-american (Mayan, Olmec, Astec etc)
Celtic (Galic, Welsh, Irish)
Semitic (Jew, Biblical, Islamic)
Chinese (Feug Sui, I-ching)
And by “all civilizations that had the concept of rasis” perhaps you are also referring tothese very countries/civilizations!
I wonder whether you have even thought about the “good fortune” that befell allthose civilizations that “had the concept of rasis”! Let us discuss them one by one, not necessarily in the same sequence as indicated above.1.
is said to be the cradle of astrolatory, as perall the evidence available as on date. It is said that they practiced this “science”(sic)! right from third millennium BCE, if not earlier. And Babylonia is noneother than today’s Iraq! Those are the “blessings” of phalita that Babylonia isreaping even now! Sins of father often visit his sons, is a very old saying, and asper Bhishma and the Manu etc. “nakshatra soochis are papa moortis” and here isthe proof! God has obviously spared the Vedic culture from such “benefits”.
: From Babylonia predictive gimmicks went to Greece and weknow that Alexander the Great was the great “samraat” there. He evenconquered India, by making Hindu rulers astro-buffs.But it is the same country that is on the verge of becoming bankrupt today, because of Euro crisis! Astrolatory has had a direct “benefic” effect!
: There was a time in the annals of history when the sun neverset on that land! But it appears that the sun never rises there now a days! What “better” results could be there than such a “sate of affairs” thanks to theirinfatuation with astrology!
: Our next door neighbour is no doubt progressing by leaps and bounds, but I am not sure that you can discuss astrology there openly! And what type of progress it is, can be anybody’s guess!