In history, people worshiped the sun and associated its absence with the end of the world thus, they greatly feared eclipses. Devoid of scientific knowledge, they thought that the eclipse signifies the death of the sun and ultimately, the death of all. For one, the ancient Egyptians worshiped a sun god that they call “Ra.” Images of this sun god has been seen in various Egyptian artifacts and was a big part of the religion in ancient Egypt.
Check out this video that compares the size of the Earth to the other planets in our solar system, as well as other stars, the galaxy, and beyond. Despite our microscopic presence in the Universe, it's pretty cool that we can love, laugh and celebrate.
Many unknowing Christians do not know the dangers of following their horrorscope in the papers or online today. Astronomy led the Magi. Not Hororscopes. You are misunderstanding on purpose to start a ruckus. People of knowledge and reason know the difference.
All their predictions for me regarding this monday, tuesday and wednsday were accurate Their predictions for this week and month were also accurate… Today they predicted that I would get a chance at romance… (however I don’t have any male friends outside of church and I never see church people outside of church) I am crossing my fingers and hoping I will get a chance with this guy I like today…
we have at least a dozen different systems of astrology / foretelling etc, the tarrot, Zodiac, Indian Astrology, Islamic moon based, chinese, Palmistry… etc., which among these as per you is most reliable, if you believe in this?
When that has nothing to do with religion. The rotation of the Earth has nothing to do with the attitude and philosophy of humans. It’s one thing to be devoutly religious and believe in your God, but can’t you see that there is no evidence that supports Psychics, Astrology and Horoscopes, that some random guy in the newspaper types up has nothing to do with your life. If anything didn’t God give us free will? Yet there are all these things that distract us.