Welcome to a NEOZODIAC where you can explore fascinating insights into various zodiac signs, their compatibility, and the celestial forces that influence them. It’s crucial to recognize that the information provided here is rooted in the Sun’s position in your natal chart. Interpretations without the complete horoscope image are only partially accurate. If you find them inconsistent, delve into your Ascendant, its ruler, the Moon, Venus, and Mercury to determine the accuracy of astrology in your life.

As your interest in astrology grows, you’ll discover its beauty lies in the unexpected. Whether you’re a skeptic or not, staying open to explore beneath the surface can be both exciting and captivating. The true purpose of astrology isn’t to predict the future but to aid in personal development, growth, and self-understanding. Unfortunately, astrology has often been misused for quick financial gain, as there is no standardized astrological education on a state level globally, allowing anyone to practice regardless of their knowledge’s quality or quantity.

Yet, there exists a lesser-known world behind the scenes. International certifications, extensive studies spanning three or four years in numerous countries, and an alternative approach to astrology as a tool for psychology and alternative medicine are part of this hidden realm. With numerous practitioners incorporating astrology into serious scientific fields, why is it still perceived as vaguely accurate and a dubious predictor of health, relationships, and career?

In the past, astrology was a fundamental aspect of natural sciences, with renowned astronomers also being astrologers. The separation of these two disciplines resulted from the influence of the Church during a period when many now-accepted practices were forbidden. Today, there is an excessive emphasis on dismissing astrology as unscientific. However, many who make this claim haven’t conducted in-depth research on genuine astrological statistical analyses.

While some scientific research on astrology exists, its findings lack a robust foundation, and there is little inclination to pursue more in the near future. Astrologers, whether educated or not, find themselves in a form of exile due to prevalent prejudice. Society embeds this bias at all levels, questioning the relevance of such a perceived non-science. If astrology is considered irrelevant, why does it persist, and why does it provoke annoyance?

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