In religion, or astrology, or any other belief system, revision is a kind of defeat.
Frontiere, who moved the Rams from Anaheim to St. Louis, was married seven times and was a noted student of astrology.
“[T]he unaffiliated are about as likely as Christians to believe in reincarnation, astrology, or the evil eye,” the report says.
The news has provoked outrage and dismay from astrology fans.
Though the constellations have shifted, this doesn't affect how astrology works.
In astrology we have a method which still finds believers among people of good education.
There he hunted and studied astronomy and astrology with the canons of Bolton.
As for the political horoscope which he has been so kind as to draw for me, I cannot honestly say that his astrology is at fault.
In the days of astrology it was customary to unload it upon a star.
This is exactly in accordance with the astrology of the period.
late 14c., from Latin astrologia "astronomy, the science of the heavenly bodies," from Greek astrologia "telling of the stars," from astron "star" (see astro-) + -logia "treating of" (see -logy).
Originally identical with astronomy, it had also a special sense of "practical astronomy, astronomy applied to prediction of events." This was divided into natural astrology "the calculation and foretelling of natural phenomenon" (tides, eclipses, etc.), and judicial astrology "the art of judging occult influences of stars on human affairs" (also known as astromancy, 1650s). Differentiation between astrology and astronomy began late 1400s and by 17c. this word was limited to "reading influences of the stars and their effects on human destiny."