6 facts that will make you believe in astrology
• 6 facts that will make you believe in astrology
Astrology is perhaps the most bizarre science in the world. Now, many consider it a pseudoscience but in ancient times, virtually every culture and on every continent in astrology firmly believed. And now, many people still believe in horoscopes, but these 6 stories allow skeptics to doubt that astrology is a pseudoscience.
1. Astral Twins.
If a woman said that her husband has an astral twin scorpion - Scorpion man whose fate copies the entire fate of her husband, it will certainly cause her distrust. astrology critics argue that if astrology works, some people are born by different mothers but the same time must be identical in many events of their lives. As it turned out, there are some cases of such astral coincidences. Astrological researchers told about two men from Toronto and born in one day. The wives of both men were born in February, the men drive the same brand of car. In total, about 10 were counted coincidence therebetween.
2. Dangerous Tuesday.
The astrologers from different countries believe that the seven major planets run days of the week. Each planet in the peak of its activity affects various events. We will not cling to the language of the word "planet", but only to say that in ancient Greece and Rome on Sunday ruled by the Sun, and Monday - the Moon. Mars rules Tuesday. In astrology Mars is associated with many adverse events. Such as war and disasters. If you look, many terrible events occurred precisely on Tuesday, including the September 11 attacks, the explosion of the shuttle Challenger.
3. The predictions of Nostradamus.
The name of the French seer necessarily pops up in our minds when it comes to astrology. Many have found in his quatrains predicting terrible events such as the September 11 attacks. But the fact that Nostradamus wrote a rather vague and almost never use the exact names, places and dates.
4. Serial killers.
Astrologer Caroline Reynolds was asked to read 20 astrological charts of serial killers. Not knowing anything about the people whose astral cards she was reading, the astrologer suggested that these people were involved in the killings. So the woman guessed correctly killers like Jeffrey Dahmer, David Berkowitz, Richard Ramirez and Edmund Kemper.
5. Mental illness.
After studying 400 horoscopes and use the scientific method, a psychiatrist Mitchell Gibson found out that he can easily predict mental illness a person based on his horoscope. So a person's horoscope can find 3 signs of depression speaking.
6. The gravity of planets.
In his book, "Scientific evidence of astrology," the former teacher of the University of Plymouth Percy Seymour said that the gravity of the planets can change the fruit's ability to develop in the womb, which makes astrology is not devoid of meaning. Seymour contends that Sun's magnetism, the Moon, Mercury and other planets can affect the development of the human brain at different times of the year