Hello everyone 🙂
Astrology still remains by the mainstream a largely controversial topic, and it is greatly misunderstood. I thought it’d help to share Das Gorvani’s theory about, “The Physics of Astrology,” by linking to it here. This is just one theory, one that this man worked on developing to explain the physics for astrology.
Throughout the years, I’ve really found astrology to be a valuable tool for introspection–and, by consulting astrological charts throughout the years, it has lent itself to practical value.
I believe that what is beneath it all is tied up with existing metaphysical questions (and nowadays quantum physical questions, too) about consciousness, spirituality, and the design or “not-design” of the universe. I think free-will and not-free-will can exist simultaneously, simply depends on what we are talking about and if we have symbolic language to describe the phenomena.
Enjoy this. For me, “the truth is out there.” If physics can overcome the time travel paradoxes, I’d be happy to enjoy some time chatting with Kepler. I continue to be amazed by how well astrology works as a developmental tool and in understanding one’s own consciousness and connections with others, regardless.
I’m also “chewing on” this article in Stanford’s Encyclopedia of Philosophy called, “Quantum Approaches to Consciousness.” First published Tue Nov 30, 2004; substantive revision Tue Jun 2, 2015. As a person who is also studying Traditional East Asian Medicine (TEAM), it’s of interest to me to one day understand how consciousness and acupuncture work from a physics standpoint; it is certainly not a prerequisite to practicing it and experiencing the benefic results.
I don’t think that we can understand consciousness until we have a unified theory in physics. Still, we may never understand consciousness.
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One thought on “One theory of why astrology works + some thoughts”
Very interesting perspective! This opens up a lot of doors for thought.