Theodosius I and Astrologers
He declared Christianity the official state religion of the Roman Empire and issued edicts against pagans and their religions. Following his death, the Empire split in two. During his time, Constantinople made the great leap to capital of the eastern Roman Empire in a golden…
Cosmobiology and the Aries Point
Historically, the term Cosmobiology has generally been used to describe a branch of astrology that works on a scientific basis and is keyed to the natural sciences. This term was first used by German medical astrologer Friedrich Feerhow and Swiss statistician Karl Krafft. The term…
The Sun and Gold
For thousands of years, gold was considered the metal of the Sun. The chemical symbol Au comes from the Latin word Aurum, meaning glittering and shining. With its impressive bright-yellow and glittery appearance, gold is also a very heavy metal. It is also very resistant…
Parallel Universes: Science Fiction or Science Fact?
I decided to sit down at my computer and start writing this article on parallel universes. Of course, picking this topic was entirely my own choice, and I could just as easily have chosen an entirely different topic instead. For example, I could be writing…
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 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.
The Illuminati Revisited: The Standing Dish
This is the whole story, but the conservative and rightwing ideologists and media of the West succeed in presenting the “Illuminati Tales” as a kind of ghost story filled with mysterious images of a secretive, frightening, and dangerous enemy!
Anatolian Enlightenment: Haji Bektash Veli and Yunus Emre
Haji Bektash Veli and Yunus Emre were two pioneers of enlightenment in Anatolia.
The Unknown Secret of the Anatolian Mystic Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi
Throughout its history, Anatolia has been the cradle of different civilizations, cultures, and religions. There were times when Pagans, Shamanists, Zoroastrians, Jews, Christians, and Muslims coexisted peacefully in this land.