if astrology is real, then explain astrological precession?

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  • GibBas
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    4 weeks ago
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    Zodiac signs are man made and are not supposed to represent the "actual" position of the constellations. That would be impossible to do and/or represent on a chart because constellations vary greatly in size where as signs are exactly 30 degrees each per sign.

    (No person is going to do exactly the same things, in the same way each and every day. Astrology is not what many, many people think it is or does and it's for that reason all sceptics who state things here are mostly ignored because they haven't got a clue about what they're criticising). 

  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    What would you like explained about a phenomenon discovered by an astrologer?  First it is called "precession of the equinoxes," not "astrological precession.  Secondly, and this is the one skeptics simply are incapable of understanding due to their ignorance of the subject they criticize: astrologers don't use constellations. They use signs. Even siderealists use 30 degree divisions of the ecliptic (five will get you ten you don't understand that sentence).  Constellations do not measure an equal 30 degrees each.  

    So you persuade us that you know something then we can consider whether answering stupid questions is worth our time or not. 

  • 4 weeks ago

    Precession Astrology Precession is the movement of the stars in relation to the ecliptic. They move forward through our tropical zodiac by about 5 minutes every 6 years, so in one lifetime, or 72 years, a star will move one degree forward through the zodiac.

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