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Copyright © 2009 by Klaudio Zic, all rights reserved. GOD & NASA The use of mathematical integration was essential in determining the zodiac. Namely, the zodiac was never explored at all within our culture that we vaguely call European. The foreign legacy that brought us the 12 zodiacal stations1 somehow did not fit with the age and time we were living in. Albeit Hipparchus rediscovered precession, we never used it determining the ascendant set. Thus, the zodiac remained a fixed set of constellations that were assumed to rise at east. Why was the zodiac set as rising at east? Perhaps because of some general presumption that assumes sunrise over the eastern EUROPEAN ASTROLOGY The introduction of the NASA ephemerides into astrology serves several purposes. Of course, the NASA ephemerides have been introduced a long time ago, without people being aware of it. Astrologers may be misled into thinking that they have reserved a universe apart for themselves, in perusing their own ephemerides; however, that is far from being accurate. The ephemerides in astrological use are nothing else but NASA ephemerides that are mangled by corrupt scientists. As astrologers lack mathematical education, they borrow from science, which is in fact fair to one point. In returning the favor to science, astrologers mangle the original data to fit the Procrustean requirements of superstition. Thus, people who can not even nearly guess the possible position of their own natal Suni are proclaimed experts within a field of a science that not only never flourished, but never existed in the first place as European astrology.


Of course, Europe may boast its own botanic zodiacs as based on plants. Somehow, plants will not do in outer space, thus zodiacal reformation for the New Æon.

INTRODUCTION The following treatise answers the questions that may arise in the mind of an astrologer, along with authoritative replies. In responding to sincere inquiry, the main criterion is an educative approach towards astrology, as opposed to superstition. Tradition is praised along with update. Astronomical data are given precedence over popular misconception. PRO GALACTIC UPDATE The update in question deals with the reorganization of the ascendant set2, along with zodiacal reformation within a universal house system. The new astrology respects tradition in looking for universal solutions in perusing the local zodiacs3 within the Cartesian house system. In other words, we are developing an astrology for the use in any Age, at any speed4 and in any universe5. The solar system being covered6 and its local zodiacs computed, we proceed towards new territories as galactic7 race, much as our predecessors. PANGALACTIC ASTROLOGY Whom does galactic astrology serve? We are not the first civilization to cross the boundaries of space and time. One of the Vedic heroes, Prahlada Maharaj, was able to report on universes and lokas beyond our daily imagination. Astral planets8 may lay where our physical eye fails us. There is still much to distill from advanced Vedic astrology in order to assimilate it into a pangalactic astrological system.

The eastern ascendant implies the introduction of precession in the measurement of the eastern set of constellations. 3 Planetocentric Astrology. 4 The Cartesian house system as operating in automatic mode within moving spacecrafts. See also Planetocentric Astrology by the same Author. 5 Omniverse is defined as the sum of all universes, in turn ruled by their local Brahmas. 6 Planetocentric astrology covers all major local zodiacs within the known solar system. 7 The term galactic has been introduced along with the invention of the galactic ascendant. The galax for the USA is Cygnus. 8 Not every phenomenon in the omniverse can be classified as visible or physical. In fact, astrology is by definition the science of the invisible. Even some of the hypothetical planets, like the 17 Dark Planets, can possibly represent normally invisible or astral planets.

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Here is a Sun ephemeris strip that perfectly illustrates the gap between superstition and science. 2010-Nov-21 00:00 2010-Nov-22 00:00 2010-Nov-23 00:00 2010-Nov-24 00:00 2010-Nov-25 00:00 2010-Nov-26 00:00 2010-Nov-27 00:00 2010-Nov-28 00:00 2010-Nov-29 00:00 2010-Nov-30 00:00 2010-Dec-01 00:00 2010-Dec-02 00:00 2010-Dec-03 00:00 2010-Dec-04 00:00 2010-Dec-05 00:00 2010-Dec-06 00:00 2010-Dec-07 00:00 2010-Dec-08 00:00 2010-Dec-09 00:00 2010-Dec-10 00:00 2010-Dec-11 00:00 2010-Dec-12 00:00 2010-Dec-13 00:00 2010-Dec-14 00:00 2010-Dec-15 00:00 2010-Dec-16 00:00 2010-Dec-17 00:00 2010-Dec-18 00:00 2010-Dec-19 00:00 2010-Dec-20 00:00 2010-Dec-21 00:00 Lib Lib Lib Sco Sco Sco Sco Sco Sco Sco Oph Oph Oph Oph Oph Oph Oph Oph Oph Oph Oph Oph Oph Oph Oph Oph Oph Oph Sgr Sgr Sgr