Astrology

Astrology in the world

Written by Alison

African Astrology

African astrology includes 12 signs designed to better know each other and to move in the right direction. The signs are calculated on the basis of the date of birth. This astrology takes its symbols from everyday life, taking into account various personalities (the Judge, the Ancestor ...),local situations (the Market, the Harvest ...) and certain highly symbolic plants (the Baobab, the kola nut ...).

Native American Astrology

American Indian astrology is closely related to shamanism and uses symbols from mother earth. This astrology includes 12 totem animals calculated according to the date of birth and nuanced by one of the four winds (east, south, west, north). The elements of Western astrology (fire, earth, air and water) are indicated by the "clans" which include compatible signs: the clan of the Falcon for fire, the clan of the Turtle for the earth, the Butterfly clan for air and the Frog clan for water.

Aztec Astrology

Coming from Central America, Aztec Astrology is an astrology rich in symbols represented by fauna, flora and elements. It is elaborated from a calendar which is based on an alternating cycle according to the seasons. The Aztec signs are determined by the date of birth and are influenced by a color and a number. This divinatory art is based on ancestral beliefs and is used to predict the future.

Celtic Astrology

Celtic astrology , also known as Gallic or Druidic astrology, consists of 21 signs represented by various trees calculated according to the date of birth from a calendar starting on March 21st. Like traditional astrology, Celtic astrology sheds light on everyone's personality. It helps to better understand and apprehend destiny.

Chinese Astrology

Chinese astrology is a lunar-based astrology. In the Chinese zodiac, the 12 signs are named after 12 animals and correspond to the 12 lunar years, which are Rat, Buffalo, Tiger, Hare, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig. Each people person is born within one of these years. Its sign is associated with various data including the 5 elements that are wood, metal, water, earth and the powers of fire. Chinese astrology also has 111 stars and 28 lunar houses that correspond to the cycle of the moon.

Creole Astrology

Creole astrology differs from most other world astrologies because it does not rely on the planetary sky but on the surrounding plants. It is an astrology closer to nature, comparable, to a certain extent, to Native American astrology. The use of flowers gives a very poetic note to the interpretations.

Egyptian Astrology

Egyptian astrology is an ancient divination art that reveals your personality so you can know your deepest motivations and apprehend your destiny. The 12 signs are determined by day and month of birth. They correspond to a goddess or god of Egyptian mythology: the Nile, Osiris, Toth, Horus, Amon-Ra, Geb, Anubis, Sekhmett, Isis, Bastet, Seth and Mut. This valuable tool influences behavior and helps to better understand our relationship to others.

Hindu Astrology

Hindu astrology comes from a mixture of Greek astrology and "Puranas" astronomy. This astrology has 12 signs and has many similarities with Western astrology (signs, ascendant, planets and houses). The sign illuminates the personality by describing its assets and its faults and indicates the path to follow, in order to flourish at best in this existence. The symbols are mostly animals, some of which are common with Western astrology (Taurus, Scorpio ...) but also objects (the Amphora).

Kabbalistic or Hebrew Astrology

This astrology is based on the 12 tribes of Israel, associated with the 12 constellations. The sign is calculated according to the day, the month and the year of birth. Kabbalah refers to three "sacred" numbers: 3, 7 and 12, of which the total: 22 corresponds to the Hebrew alphabet. Only a few specialists in the world are able to decrypt Hebrew horoscopes: calculations and symbolism are extremely complex.

Mongol Astrology

Mongolian astrology has 10 signs calculated according to the day of birth, regardless of month or year. This astrology has chosen symbols of natural phenomena, intended to familiarize people with these elements and to reassure them by analyzing the forces of these phenomena. The 10 signs of Mongol astrology are: Geyser, Cave, Sea, Desert, Mountain, Glacier, Plain, Volcano, Archipelago and Fjord.

Western Astrology

Western or traditional astrology is both an ancestral discipline and a divinatory art. It aims to help everyone get to know each other better from the positioning of the planets in the map of the sky as on our day of birth. Planetary analysis can predict the future and predict individual or collective events. The twelve signs of the zodiac, Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces are divided into four elements: fire, earth, water and air. Each sign of the zodiac is divided into three parts called decans. Each sign is also assigned an ascendant, a descendant and an opposite sign.

Tibetan Astrology

Closely related to Buddhism and Lamaism, Tibetan astrology is based on karma and past lives. This divinatory art is based on the movement of the planets and that of the moon, it is composed of 12 signs determined according to the year of birth: The Cobra, the Guardian of Fire, the source of crystal water, the Stele of jade, the Metal Gong, the Lake Tortoise, the Copper Bangle, the Black Ox, the Emerging Moon, the Exalted Sun, the Monk with a Monkey, and the Kite. This divinatory art allows everyone to better understand each other and to be informed about the future in order to take the right direction.

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