The Sun, The Planets and Astrology
(The second part of our interview with Oner Doser about heliocentric astrology. Here is the first part.) Hasan Sonsuz Çeliktaş: You mentioned an article before we began this interview. Could you give some details for our readers? Öner Döşer: Certainly, there is a section in…
Hasan “Sonsuz” Çeliktaş Dear Öner, I know you work on heliocentric astrology and deal with the collective side of astrology rather than making forecasts based on star signs. So, could you explain to us the difference between heliocentric astrology and geocentric astrology? Öner Döşer In…
The Art of Prediction in Astrology
Prediction is a very important aspect of astrology, the heart of it even. To make accurate predictions, a skilled and detailed study is needed, just like for any artistic work. This is why the ancient astrologers always claimed that astrology was a “divine” art. Making…
The Effects of Solar Activities
Ancient civilizations believed the Earth, the Sun, and even the whole cosmos were alive. They believed everything had a spirit. The Sun was everything; it was the source of life, but it also had the power to take life away. Throughout history, many civilizations—such as…
The Moon’s Nodes: The Soul’s Karmic Past and Future
The Moon’s nodes are the two points where the Moon’s orbit crosses the ecliptic (the Sun’s path in the sky) to the north and to the south.
The Grand Trine in the Water Signs: A Healing Life
The Uranus–Pluto square, which will be in effect between 2012 and 2015, indicates there will be great turbulence in the economy.
Astrological Chart for 1453: The Conquest of Constantinople
Some historians claim that the conquest of Istanbul ended up the Medieval Age and gave start to the New Age which lasted till the French Revolution in 1789 and the Byzantine scientist who escaped from Istanbul had an active role in the Renaissance and Reform movements in Europe.
The Solar and Planetary Cycles and World Trade
It is clear that the solar and planetary cycles correspond with trade cycles and shifts in the markets. Studies into sunspots and the planetary cycles show their effect on trade cycles and crop prices has accelerated since 19th century.