A human being is part of the whole called by us universe, a part limited in time and space. We experience ourselves, our thoughts and feelings as something separate from the rest. A kind of optical delusion of consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from the prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty. The true value of a human being is determined by the measure and the sense in which they have obtained liberation from the self. We shall require a substantially new manner of thinking if humanity is to survive. (Albert Einstein, 1954)
The most beautiful and most profound experience
is the sensation of the mystical. It is the power of all true science. He to
whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer wonder and stand rapt in
awe, is as good as dead. To know that what is impenetrable to us really exists,
manifesting itself as the highest wisdom and the most radiant beauty which our
dull faculties can comprehend only in their primitive forms - this knowledge,
this feeling is at the center of true religiousness.
( Albert Einstein - The Merging of Spirit and Science)
With the strength of his spiritual sight and insight the distance, and as it were the space, around man continually expands: his world grows deeper, ever new stars, ever new images and enigmas come into view. (Nietzsche, 1890)
Having been brought up with a very traditional western science
view of the world (i.e. that matter is made of discrete and separate particles
which generate forces / fields that act on other particles in space-time) I
was always very skeptical of Astrology (as I could not understand how the Sun
could affect me).
However, over the past ten years as I have read on physics, philosophy and metaphysics I have come to realise that the particle conception of matter is deeply flawed. In fact the whole foundation of philosophy evolved from the exact opposite perspective, the mystical realisation that 'All is One' (there are no separate and discrete things) as Nietzsche and Huxley wrote;
What gave these men the right to be considered
philosophers, unlike the other astronomers, geographers and doctors who were
active especially in the latter half of the period, was their common assumption
that the world possessed some kind of integral unity and determinability which
could be understood and explained in rational terms. A more important debt to
myth appears in the central presupposition that the world is coherent and intelligible,
is somehow a unity in spite of the diversity of its appearance.
(Friedrich Nietzsche, 1890)
It is from the more or less obscure intuition of the oneness that is the ground and principle of all multiplicity that philosophy takes its source. And not alone philosophy, but natural science as well. All science, in Meyerson's phrase, is the reduction of multiplicities to identities. Divining the One within and beyond the many, we find an intrinsic plausibility in any explanation of the diverse in terms of a single principle. (Aldous Huxley, The Perennial Philosophy)
This is stated more simply again by Gottfried Leibniz;
Reality cannot be found except in One single source, because of the interconnection of all things with one another.
Only recently have we been able to understand this connection between all the matter in the universe (as both modern physics and ancient philosophy realised). This interconnection of ourselves with the Planets, Sun and Stars within the Universe can now be simply and sensibly understood with the spherical standing Wave Structure of Matter (WSM) in Space.
So how does this knowledge affect Astrology? Well it tells us
that the planets do actually have some affect on our matter, and perhaps even
more significantly, have a pronounced affect on the sun (causing cycles in its
energy output) and thus cycles in our weather patterns. Thus it is quite reasonable
that the position of the planets does subtly affect our evolution, and in particular
certain aspects of our personality. I must admit that I did find remarkable
similarities in my personality and the description of a Scorpio. Likewise my
partner Karene has a personality very consistent with her Libra sign (though
this is irrelevant in terms of Science).
We hope that you will enjoy this page on Astrology, and also hope that you find the Wave Structure of Matter an interesting explanation for how these distant planets can subtly affect our evolution and personality.
Geoff Haselhurst, Karene Howie
It is useful to begin with a few quotes from Albert Einstein, as he was one of the more famous physicists to correctly realise that matter cannot exist as separate and discrete 'particles'. He writes;
A human being is part of the whole called by us universe, a part
limited in time and space. We experience ourselves, our thoughts and feelings
as something separate from the rest. A kind of optical delusion of consciousness.
This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires
and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves
from the prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures
and the whole of nature in its beauty. The true value of a human being is determined
by the measure and the sense in which they have obtained liberation from the
self. We shall require a substantially new manner of thinking if humanity is
to survive. ...
I wished to show that space time is not necessarily something to which one can ascribe to a separate existence, independently of the actual objects of physical reality. Physical objects are not in space, but these objects are spatially extended. In this way the concept 'empty space' loses its meaning. ...
Since the theory of general relativity implies the representation of physical reality by a continuous field, the concept of particles or material points cannot play a fundamental part, nor can the concept of motion. The particle can only appear as a limited region in space in which the field strength or the energy density are particularly high. (Albert Einstein, 1954)
While Albert Einstein's Relativity has incorrect foundations (his failed attempt
at a continuous field theory of matter) he is correct that matter does not exist
as separate and discrete 'particles' but is instead spherically spatially extended.
Effectively, matter, space and universe are one and the same thing as Einstein
writes; When forced to summarize the general theory of relativity in one sentence:
Time and space and gravitation have no separate existence from matter. (Albert
The Metaphysics of Space and Motion and the Wave Structure of Matter (WSM) explains this necessary connection between matter, forces, space and time, and thus how matter is connected across the universe. See;
Cosmology -The supreme task of the physicist is to arrive at those universal elementary laws from which the cosmos can be built by pure deduction (Albert Einstein, 1954). The Wolff-Haselhurst Cosmology explains a Perpetual Finite Spherical Universe within an Infinite Eternal Space. The Spherical Standing waves determines the size of our finite spherical universe within an infinite Space (Matter is large not small, we only 'see' the Wave-Center / 'particle' effect which has greatly confused physics). Huygens' Principle explains how other matter's out waves combine to form our matter's spherical In-Waves, which then deduces both Mach's Principle and the redshift with distance (without assuming Doppler effect due to an expanding universe / Big Bang). This also explains how matter interacts with all other matter in the universe (why we can see stars) as matter is the size of the universe, but we only 'see' the high wave amplitude wave-centers / 'particles'.
Physics and Metaphysics - The Metaphysics of Space and Motion Sensibly Unites Albert Einstein's Relativity, Quantum Theory, and Cosmology. This 40 page Treatise (written over five years) will be published in 'What is the Electron' (Apeiron, 2005).
By Geoffrey Dean and David Nias. http://www.astrology-and-science.com/pdf/h1-eysenck.pdf
Professor Hans Eysenck (1916-1997) was arguably the most influential psychologist of his time. This lengthy obituary (4400 words) traces his upbringing, his career (he took up psychology by accident), his writings (he wrote over 1000 articles and nearly 80 books), his interest in graphology, astrology and parapsychology (which led to about 5, 19 and 12 publications respectively), and his work with Jeff Mayo (zodiac zigzag) and Michel Gauquelin (planetary effects).
Eysenck was famous for his stupendous clarity and unrelenting rationalism. All statements had to be based on sound experiment and measurement. "If it cannot be measured then it does not exist", he said. Those who argued the opposite by citing, say, love or artistic taste were quickly confronted by inventories that measured exactly that, and a vast erudition seemingly always at his fingertips. Debating Eysenck was a sobering experience. His book "Astrology Science or Superstition?", written with David Nias in 1982, is now dated but is perhaps still the most readable scientific account of astrology ever written.
His interest in astrology helped to launch London Research Conferences and three overseas Eysenck Research Seminars. The first seminar led to the formation of the Committee for Objective Research in Astrology, with Eysenck as Chairman, to counter the generally poor quality of astrological research by providing free guidance and advice. It still exists even though few enquiries have been received, most of which did not proceed further.
Eysenck was quiet and soft-spoken with just a trace of accent, always helpful and approachable, remembered by his students and colleagues as loyal even when their views differed from his own. He set an example of open-mindedness and good science that everyone can aim for but few will achieve. The response by astrologers has been generally to praise his favourable comments and to condemn him otherwise. No doubt Eysenck saw this as an example of the phrase he had framed many years earlier to characterise irrational thinkers, namely "my mind is made up, don’t confuse me with facts."
Eysenck was involved with astrology mostly during 1975-1985, ten years after he became involved with parapsychology. His interest in astrology was aroused by the findings of Michel Gauquelin. Eysenck argued that astrology does make testable assertions such as those linking planetary positions and personality. In giving Gauquelin's research as an example, Eysenck commented that as far as objectivity of observation, statistical significance of differences, verification of the hypothesis, and replicability are concerned, there are few sets of data in psychology which could compete with these observations and that there is something here that requires explanation. Eysenck was later involved in a series of research tests into Sun signs. (See the longer article for details.)
The interest of Eysenck in astrology led to three research seminars being organised by astro-sympathisers at Long Beach, Freiburg and Naples in 1986, 1987 and 1988 respectively. The first seminar was significant because it resulted in the formation of the Committee for Objective Research in Astrology (CORA), with Eysenck as Chairman, and twelve others (astrologers and academics) chosen for their expertise. CORA was set up to counter the generally poor quality of astrological research by providing free guidance and advice.
In the late 1970s Eysenck and David Nias began a survey of the scientific evidence for astrology aimed at a more general readership. The result was the book Astrology: Science or Superstition? (Eysenck & Nias 1982), which covered astrological principles, sun-signs, marriage, illness, suicide, appearance, time twins, season of birth, terrestrial and solar cycles, radio propagation, earthquakes, lunar effects and the work of the Gauquelins.
In general Eysenck's contributions to astrological research were his insistence that there was an effect to be explained, his insistence that matters be resolved by appropriate experiments, and his refusal to be satisfied with dismissive explanations. In short, he set an example of open-mindedness and good science that everyone can aim for but few will achieve. Unsurprisingly, the response by astrologers has been generally to praise him when his comments were favourable to astrology, and to condemn him otherwise.
From Pete Brown, Mountain Man Graphics, Australia http://www.mountainman.com.au/astrology_01.htm
Introduction to this Review - Where does the author stand? The author is an astronomer and astrophysicist at Plymouth University in the UK. He has had a number of other books published, and a distinguished academic career. We will let him speak for himself on this issue ...
"I am a scientist. As such I cannot propose or understand a model of reality which does not take account of scientific data. I am not an astrologer - in fact this theory developed out of an examination of the arguments that astrology cannot work! As a theoretical astrophysicist, with an interest in the relationship between fundamental physics and the large-scale structure of the universe, I am searching, as are many others, for a model to explain the current anomalies and paradoxes in these areas that are beyond the domain of astrophysics (i.e.: biology, chemistry, and to my amazement, astrology.)"
Seymour provides an in-depth treatise concerning the influence of the local
cosmic environment (i.e.: the sun and its solar system) on the environment of
the terrestrial realms, and explores a large number of informational facets
in the presentation of a history of the development of the sciences (astronomy,
physics, chemistry, biology, geology, geophysics, solar physics, oceanography,
etc) all of which have common roots in man's ancient past and, as the research
of the current day is hinting, are inextricably joined together in the face
of an holistic cosmos.
Further research is begged by a number of claims and theories presented by the author, and the author draws upon many instances and phenomena in the biological kingdoms of nature which relate to the inter-relationship of living beings with the geomagnetic field, and its outlined sources of fluctuation. The earth's magnetic field - in its extended sense - has only been explored in the modern era of technology and space flight.
The author refreshingly points out the fallibility of modern (and ancient) scientific thought, in that the author clearly understands that the subject matter of astrology is more often dismissed out of hand by the average scientist, due to a number of preconceptions, which the author outlines and clarifies. On the other hand, the book is written by a practicing scientist (astronomer; astrophysicist) and the painstakingly step-by-step progress through the histories of human thought in a number of disciplines is orderly and comprehensive.
Popper and Einstein, Feynman and others all get quoted in this book with references
which are similar in nature, the common theme being the ongoing quest of the
scientific mind to explain all incidents and events of the inexplicable. The
only omission of note, from my perspective as a gatherer of global traditions
and threads, is the lack of any reference to that culture which may have given
rise to the earliest of the astrological thoughts, that of the ancient Veda
of the land of the Indian Sun. Nonetheless, from my perspective the subject
matter of astrology has at last been given a thorough review by an independently
thinking scientifically-versed thinker, and the publication (and the author's
earlier work) will probably be seen to be forward-scouts of a generic scientific
appreciation of more holistic (i.e.: multi-environmental) views of a resonant
structuring of the cosmos.
In fact, it is the notion of resonance which is at the heart of this author's presentation and structure of theories. He uses the word as a keyword in a number of critical places, and it is clear that the properties of resonant systems, within resonant systems opens a very specific, yet very new technical challenge for the future paths of research which will spread from contact with this book, and the author's theory and gathering of not-too-far-fetched hypotheses in the matter of furthering the scientific basis of astrology.
The following section largely contains selected quotes and what I have reacted to as important issues in this publication, and it is hoped that all who read this article will be enthused to take up the challenge of research and development in this most ancient of the arts, and its current manifestation in the age of information and technology.
PRF Brown. Mountain Man Graphics, Falls Creek, New South Wales, Australia. Southern winter -- 2001
In the following section the author outlines in simple terms a brief overview to a theory which he has developed in order to explain all the data which he had at hand at the time:
It is now accepted by almost all scientists that the sunspot cycle effects the magnetic field of Earth, and the agency responsible for this effect, the solar wind, has been detected. It is also beyond doubt that the moon causes tides in the upper atmosphere which give rise to electric currents, and these generate the lunar daily magnetic variation. There is also plenty of evidence that both the steady state as well as the fluctuating behavior of the geomagnetic field can be used by organisms, including man, for purposes of finding direction and keeping internal body time. This much is all well documented, and widely accepted.
There is evidence, largely ignored, that positions and movements of planets
as seen from the sun, play a major role in the solar cycle. Furthermore, there
is some evidence - highly controversial but difficult to dismiss - that some
positions of the planets as seen from Earth at time of birth and linked to personality
characteristics of individuals. [Gauquelin] This evidence exists. What my theory
does is to prepare an interpretation, based on this evidence, which can be scientifically
tested. Very briefly the steps are:
(1) Planets effect the solar cycle in specific ways.
(2) The solar cycle effects the geomagnetic field.
(3) The geomagnetic field affects life on Earth in certain observed ways.
(4) Specifically, many species, including man, can be influenced by particular states of the geomagnetic field.
(5) The particular influences appear to correlate with the planetary positions.
(6) I propose that the behavior of the fetus at the time of birth is linked to the cycles within the geomagnetic field, which in turn are influenced by the solar cycle and positions of the planets. Resonance is the phenomenon by which the fetus is phase locked to specific cycles.
To put this in more specific terms, my theory proposes that the planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune control the direction of the convective motions within the Sun, which generate the solar magnetic field. They do so because they play the major role in moving the sun about the common center of mass of the solar system. As the solar cycle builds up to a maximum, so certain configurations of all the planets, at different stages, play a part in the disrupting the magnetic field of the sun, by means of the tidal tug (due to gravitation) of the planets on the hot gases in the Sun.
Thus the planets play a role in the modulation of Earth's magnetic field by the solar wind. I am also proposing that the tidal tug of the planets on the hot gases trapped within our magnetosphere will, because of resonance, lock some of the vibrations of the Earth's field in step with the planetary movements. The resulting fluctuations of Earth's field are picked up by the nervous system of the fetus, which acts like an antenna, and these synchronize the internal biological clocks of the fetus which control the moment of birth. The tuning of the fetal magnetic antenna is carried on by the genes which it inherits, and these to some extent will determine its basic genetically inherited personality characteristics. Thus the positions of the planets at birth are not altering what we have inherited genetically but are labeling our basic inherited personality characteristics.
---- At the time of this specific publication (1997), Dr. Percy Seymour was Principal Lecturer in Astronomy at the University of Plymouth, where he taught astronomy and astrophysics to undergraduates and carried out research on magnetic fields in astronomy ...
In this book, Dr. Percy Seymour reserves a number of references to the work of Michel Gauquelin, a psychologist and statistician, who was internationally known for his pioneering research on the relationship between planetary positions at birth and human behavior. Gauquelin published a number of books in his time, among them a book entitled "Cosmic Influences on Human Behaviour", Futura, London, 1976. In an afterword for this pioneer, Seymour writes the following:
"Battling with heroic courage and tenacity against the immense scientific
prejudice and hostility of his colleagues in the scientific community, he was
able to conclusively demonstrate, through repeated and stringently controlled
experiments, that, as the ancients had believed, outstanding individuals in
different professions tend to be born at times when appropriate planets were
close to the horizon or the meridian.
He was able to show that top military men, athletes, and entrepreneurs tend to be born "under Mars", while scientists favor Saturn, poets and politicians favor the Moon, and actors Jupiter. He was able to show that the more outstanding the individual the more likely appropriate planets would be prominent. He went on to demonstrate that, in the case of natural births, children tend to be born with the same planets prominent in the sky at birth as their parents."
Elsewhere, the author makes the comment that Gauquelin found no evidence in
favor of the standard Sun-sign astrology during his research. Also, there is
mentioned the fact that much of the criticism leveled towards Gauquelin was
motivated by the fact that the critics could not conceive of a mechanism by
which Gauquelin's results could be understood.
It would appear that the author was quite impressed with the data presented by Gauquelin's research, and although the data is surprising to the traditional scientific viewpoint, it nevertheless exists, and thus needs to be explained. Where others would "have it go away", Dr Seymour at least confronts the evidence head on, and puts forward convincing arguments as to why it is this way, and not another. Elsewhere, Seymour quotes:
" ... a major weakness in our approach as scientists: a collective unwillingness to welcome new or anomalous results. We don't want to lose sight of the fundamental fact that the most important experimental results are precisely those that do not have a theoretical interpretation; the least important are often those that confirm theory to many significant figures." --- Professor Philip Anderson, Physics Today. (Reference Frame - September 1990)
To conclude this review, it might be helpful to reiterate that one of the key
concepts presented in Dr. Seymour's book is the phenomenon known as resonance.
The characteristics of resonant systems within resonant systems are only now
beginning to be explored and researched. The mechanism of the selective "tuning-in"
to various frequencies involves the establishment of resonant sessions such
as that which occur in the standard radio antenna for frequencies in the radio-wave
The physiology of our bodies as human beings includes our neurology, which has clearly been established to operate via electric current generation. As such, the generation of corresponding magnetic fields is also in progress within this dissipative structure known as the body. Comprehensive citations of literature concerning the detection of the geomagnetic field by animals, birds, fish, plants would indicate that man may also possess such capabilities, in his genetic record. Dr. Seymour draws our attention to the fact that the 11 year solar cycle corresponds to specific configurations of the planets, and that the solar wind directly influences the geomagnetic field. Other cycles in the geomagnetic field are brought about by the tidal influence of the moon on the upper atmosphere.
When the concept of resonance is discussed, in many cases examples are provided with very small frequencies (i.e.: cycles), such as those to do with electromagnetic energy in various frequencies, or indeed with sound waves. Readers are invited to exercise their imagination and understanding in order to determine the nature of resonant systems which are based on cycles which are in the order of the tidal (6H 14M), the diurnal (24 H), the lunar cycles of 28-9 days, the seasons of quarter years, the annual cycles, and still greater cycles from the sunspot/solar cycles of 11 years through to the great geological cycles which may reflect the journey of the (earth/moon)/sun system about the Milky Way galaxy, of 200 million years (or so).
Dr. Percy Seymour, Astronomer and Astrophysicist, demonstrates that there are indeed some scientists out there who do not subscribe to any form of rampant skepticism when confronted with the leading keyword of Astrology. A healthy skepticism is warranted however in most matters, and the author uses a collection of quotes from immanent scientists, and from the philosophy of science, to assure us that he still has his feet firmly on the ground.
The Zodiac is made up of 12 different sun signs. Your date of birth determines your Astrological Sign.
Astrology: Astrological Signs: Aries (Ram) March 21 - April 20
Astrology: Astrological Signs: Taurus (Bull) April 21 - May 21
Astrology: Astrological Signs: Gemini (Twins) May 22 - June 21
Astrology: Astrological Signs: Cancer (Crab) June 22 - July 22
Astrology: Astrological Signs: Leo (Lion) July 23 -August 23
Astrology: Astrological Signs: Virgo (Virgin) August 22 - September 22
Astrology: Astrological Signs: Libra (Scales) September 24 - October 23
Astrology: Astrological Signs: Scorpio (Scorpion) October 24 - November 22
Astrology: Astrological Signs: Sagittarius (Archer) November 23 - December 21
Astrology: Astrological Signs: Capricorn (Goat) December 22 - January 20
Astrology: Astrological Signs: Aquarius (Water Bearer) January 21 - February 19
Astrology: Astrological Signs: Pisces (Fish) February 20 - March 20
(Individual Astrological Signs pages with more Astrology details to be completed late 2005)
Based upon: http://www.astrology-online.com/persn.htm
Very interesting article on Psychology Professor Hans Eysenck
(1916-1997) who was noted for his scientific study of Astrology, his clarity
and unrelenting rationalism. All statements had to be based on sound experiment
and measurement. "If it cannot be measured then it does not exist",
http://www.skepsis.no/english/subject/astrology/studies.html - Summary of controlled scientific studies trying to correlate Astrological Signs to personality traits. Most results seem to be negative. I suspect that the biggest problem for Astrology is that it is only one of many factors that determines our personality, thus the effect is subtle and hidden by many other factors.
http://www.astrology-research.net/rgcsa.htm - An independent research group led by Mrs. Susan High who is based at the University of Southampton. Its role is to monitor standards of research into astrology and promote the use of sound scientific methods in empirical studies. The group aims to stimulate and facilitate the critical study of astrology as judged by the disciplines of social statistics, sociology, psychology, and cultural studies, and to provide the basis for inter-university and international collaboration on research into astrology. The RGCSA makes no assumptions that astrology is well-grounded and, in fact, this is what the RGCSA was set up to examine.
http://www.moonxscape.com/- Moonxscape - Moon lore, moon phases and information on its effect on your health, the weather and circadian rhythms.
http://www.winshop.com.au/annew/ - The Fixed Stars - Discover the traditional astrological influences of 290 fixed stars and 57 constellations. Explore the 6500 specific influences categorized under 40 subject titles.
http://www.skyscript.co.uk/ - Deborah Houlding's Astrology Pages - UK astrologer offering a range of articles, resources and instructional material.
http://www.moonsurfing.com/ - Moonsurfing - Guide to lunar astrology, and how it affects your health, gardening, finances and relationships. Advice on keeping a lunar phase journal.
http://www.astro-guide.com - Astro Guide - Explores the background of astrology, including history, theory, techniques and community/public issues.
http://www.karmicastrology.tv/ - Karmic Astrology - Information about karmic and soul-based astrology, with particular reference to relationships. Articles, overview of services and other resources.
http://www.angelfire.com/ct2/starchaser/ - Astrology and the Third Eye - Instructions on finding and interpreting your personal moon cycle and fixed stars, together with detailed void of course moon charts and articles about the astrology of attraction.
http://www.lunarplanner.com/ - Lunar Planner - An experiential journal teaching how attunement with the lunar cycles. Available in monthly download format.
http://www.renaissanceastrology.com/ - Renaissance Astrology by Christopher Warnock, Esq. Astrology, a spiritual science, is the study of the relationship of the stars and planets to events on Earth. From its origins 4,000 years ago in Egypt and Chaldea, astrology developed into a science of great complexity, capable of detailed and precise predictions. Astrology went out of fashion and into an abrupt decline with the rise of mechanistic science and materialism in the the eighteenth century Enlightenment. When it rose again at the early part of the twentieth century, it was in the guise of psychological astrology, shorn of its ability to predict. With the rebirth of the actual techniques of Renaissance astrology, concrete and specific prediction of actual events, precise, pinpoint elections of dates and times and the beauty and harmony of Renaissance astrological and talismanic magic are available again.
http://www.astrology-x-files.com/astro-concepts/glossary.htm - Comprehensive Glossary of Terms for Astrology / Astrological Signs.
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