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Can Astrology Predict Cause and Time of Death? – The Greek’s Theories on Astrology and Death – Part 3 of 6

Can Astrology Predict Cause and Time of Death? – The Greek’s Theories on Astrology and Death – Part 3 of 6

The word “horoscope” originated from Greek culture and that culture strongly believes that by studying one’s horoscope and all the planetary movements that life is one series of events that can be both predicted and altered at any point in time. In fact there is a book referred to as the “Tetrabiblos” by Ptolemy that speaks at length about the theory of the length of one’s life and will according to some actually teach a person how to read their chart and predict the end of life.

According to this group, while examining one’s natal chart, there are clear indicators of not only troubled times, but that the chart will inherently show absolute times within the chart where dangers are lurking. It is this train of thought that teaches believers to heed to these warnings in relation to death.

Much of the Greek culture and how they relate to death also coincides with today’s modern day astrologers and their beliefs that our astrological charts have what is referred to as “windows.” These windows are within our natal charts and though some astrologers (including ones who like to manipulate and scare people) may tell clients who want to know when they are going to die, that they have one window and that when and where that window exists on their chart will be the time of death, most astrologers will disagree with this. Most astrologers think in terms of likelihood and probability rather than believing that everything is predestined and that we have no say in how our lives (and ourselves) turn out!

According to the astrological community at large, these windows do exist but there isn’t just one window to be found in every natal chart. Instead, most charts contain anywhere from four to eight different “windows.” As our life progresses there will be points at which these windows open; and it is theorized that death is more likely to happen during these window points than at any other time in one’s life.

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