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Table Of Contents

Chapter 1 Basics of Astrology
Principles of Astrology
Horoscope Chart
Sun Signs
Ascendant or Rising Sign
Triplicities
Midheaven
Aspect
Aspect Patterns
Houses
Chapter 2 History of Astrology
Noted Practitioners of Astrology
Astrology and Astronomy Branching out
Solar System
Concluding Remarks
Chapter 3 Astrology is Based on Statistical Analysis
Statistical Analysis
Statistical Analysis by Gauquelin
Support of Gauquelin’s Work
Other Works Based on Statistical Analysis
Chapter 4 Astrology is Social Science
Statistical Analysis of Social Science
Astrology and Psychology
Psychological Astrology
Psychological Effect of the Moon
Astrology and Twins
Chapter 5 Astrology is Linked with Alternative Medicine
Development of Western Medicine
Merits of Alternative Medicine
Ayurveda and Astrology
Yoga and Astrology
Traditional Chinese Medicine and Astrology
Acupuncture
Tai Chi
Chinese Astrology and TCM
Feng Shui
Origin of the Universe
Galaxies
Red Giant
White Dwarf
Nova
Supernova
Neutron Star and Pulsar
Black Hole
Quasar
Composition of the Universe
Cosmic Energy
Sun’s Magnetic Field
Flow of Cosmic Particles in the Solar System
Planets Affecting the Solar Wind That Reaches Earth
Planets Affecting the Cosmic Energies That Reach Earth
Summary of the Flow of Cosmic Particles Reaching Earth
Effect of Cosmic Energy on Human Life
Biophysics
Significance of Radiation
Biophoton
Implications of Biophotons
Biofield
Hypothetical Cosmic Model of Natal Chart
Classical Physics
Problem with Classical Physics
Photoelectric Effect
Bohr’s Atomic Structure
Quantum Mechanics
Laws of probability
Laws of Probability
Discreteness of Energy
Wave-Particle Duality
Appendix 1: Planet Attributes in Zodiacs
Appendix 2: Planet Attributes in Houses
Bibliography
Glossary
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Why Astrology is Science

Why Astrology is Science

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In today’s world, at least 90 percent of Americans under age thirty are said to know their Sun sign, yet no one has ever really delved into answering the question: Is astrology really a science? Tapan Das earned master and doctorate degrees in electronic engineering and his passion for astrology is evident as he shares the results of his years of intense research into the fascinating and complex realm of astrology and cosmology. Das clarifies why astrology is based on statistical analysis, provides reasons why astrology is a science, and explains each reason in detail. A concise overview of astrology is included, providing an introduction describing why astrology can predict how the stars and planets will influence a person’s life, positively or negatively, and explaining both the past and present as well as outline the future. Why Astrology is Science: Five Good Reasons is written for scientists, astrologers, and those with a keen interest to learn a new perspective on astrology that is sure to inspire a renewed sense of wonder about stars and planets and how their patterns and relationships hold significant meaning for all of us.
In today’s world, at least 90 percent of Americans under age thirty are said to know their Sun sign, yet no one has ever really delved into answering the question: Is astrology really a science? Tapan Das earned master and doctorate degrees in electronic engineering and his passion for astrology is evident as he shares the results of his years of intense research into the fascinating and complex realm of astrology and cosmology. Das clarifies why astrology is based on statistical analysis, provides reasons why astrology is a science, and explains each reason in detail. A concise overview of astrology is included, providing an introduction describing why astrology can predict how the stars and planets will influence a person’s life, positively or negatively, and explaining both the past and present as well as outline the future. Why Astrology is Science: Five Good Reasons is written for scientists, astrologers, and those with a keen interest to learn a new perspective on astrology that is sure to inspire a renewed sense of wonder about stars and planets and how their patterns and relationships hold significant meaning for all of us.

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