Metastudies Institute Astrology Course Lesson 26 Lesson 26 of the Astrology Practitioner Course of thirty lessons. Available as PDF Downloads, and Printed +$2 (U.S only).
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Astrology Course - Lesson 26:€ An overview and basic introduction to Mundane astrology, the study of how astrology influences governments, earth changes, politics, and global matters.

Mundane Astrology

Mundane astrology is the astrology of nations, groups, world events, geology and weather. This is the oldest form of astrology. Personal astrology wasn’t even thought of before the 4th century. Although astrology was used personally for the ruling class of people because their fates and the fate of their nations went hand in hand.

One of the earliest Roman writings on astrology comes from around 30 B.C. During the reign of Octavious. Babylonian tablets were translated into five long poems which explained a system of astrology and told what nations or geographical areas fell under what signs. It was believed that racial differences were due to zodiacal rulership of their homeland. Strife between nations was due to incompatible ruling zodiac signs.

Eclipses and comets were considered disruptive and ominous to nations and rulers. Around A.D. 51, Ptolemy changed things and brought new complexities to astrology. In his works “Al Magest” and “Tetrabiblos,” he divided astronomy from astrology and subdivided astrology into mundane and natal. Ptolemy was one of the first to consider astrology a system of possibilities rather than fixed certainties. He drew from theories set down by Pliny in A.D. 77 who wrote “The power of omens is really in our control, and their influence is conditional upon the way we receive them.”

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This Astrology course of thirty lessons is comprehensive and complete, giving you an understanding and in depth knowledge of astrology. After successful completion of the course you will be fully qualified to practice astrology either privately or professionally and certified by MetaStudies Institute as an Astrology Practitioner.

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