Wednesday, 17 August 2011
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3. Why do we not include Uranus, Neptune and Pluto?
Answer: The observations of the ancient civilizations were based on what they were able to see. The correlations between the events in life, with the “major” celestial objects were noted & then used for predictions to a reasonable accuracy.
Even in science, when you have sequences, we always approximate “by ignoring the terms with higher power”. For example in Binomial theorem based calculations, we use only first 3 or 4 terms and drop the rest as “negligible”. The reason is those “terms” do not have any “significant difference” in the end result!
Why should “Astrology” need to be a science that is more accurate than “Science” itself? So, we do not need the effects of Uranus, Neptune and Pluto - and still get a reasonable prediction of people's lives.
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