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Shelves: favorites Wow! I think this book is going to change the world. Seriously, it straight-up proves it to be a legitimate science, and even an unbeliever in astronomy, if you could get them to read this, would have to admit that there is an uncanny relationship between human history and planetary cycles, enough so that a study of such things should be taken seriously.
And I believe it will be in the near future, as this kind of understanding becomes more widespread. Take a look! All of the "evidence" for astrology was "retro-dictive" rather than predictive.
In other words, the "research" looked at history and explained the events based on the astrology. The idea was that the events were explainable by what an astrologer could have predicted. And that somehow proved astrology is true.
The book had a sciencey feel. But it was clearly not science. But I did. That was back when I still had an open Disappointing. That was back when I still had an open mind about such things. This page monster pretty much put an end to all that. Now I just read actual science. It makes me feel less like I took crazy pills.
Tarnas Richard - Cosmos Y Psique
Richard Tarnas, Cosmos y Psique