How does astrology work?

 

 

 

Hardened scientists will tell you astrology doesn’t work. Believers will tell you it does. Who is right? They are both right. It depends on what you mean by the word “work”. Astrology is the belief that the alignment of stars and planets affects every individual’s mood, personality, and environment, depending on when he was born. Astrologers print horoscopes in newspapers that are personalized by birth date. These horoscopes make predictions in people’s personal lives, describe their personalities, and give them advice; all according to the position of astronomical bodies. A survey conducted by the National Science Foundation found that 41% of respondents believe that astrology is “very scientific” or “sort of scientific”. Let us break the original question into two separate, more specific, questions: 1) Does the position of astronomical bodies affect a person’s life? 2) Can horoscopes make people feel better? These questions are both very different. Both can be determined scientifically.

 

 

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Arulmigu Sankaranarayanaswamy Temple Sankarankovil

Arulmigu Sankaranarayanaswamy Temple Sankarankovil

Lord Sri Sankaranarayana is the main deity in the temple. Vinayaka is Anugnai Vinayaka. The temple has a 9 tier Rajagopuram. The ant-hill sand is offered as Prasad which the sick consume along with water for cure. Devotees facing problems due to the presence of poisonous creatures in their houses as lizards, scorpions and snakes offer silver pieces embossed with the images of such creatures for solution.

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Tiruchendur Murugan Temple

Tiruchendur Murugan Temple

Original idol and reinstalled it in the temple in the year 1653. M. Rennel, the French author of A Description, Historical and Geographical, of India (published in Berlin, 1785), gives a picture of the temple, which, he says, he got from a soldier in the service of the Dutch Company.

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