astrology

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} astroloji

Astrolojiye göre, ayın evreleri hayatımızı etkiliyor. - According to astrology, moon phases influence our lives.

Hiçbir bilimsel temeli olmamasına rağmen, Astroloji çok popülerdir ve pek çok insan ona inanıyor gibi görünüyor. - Although astrology has no scientific basis, it's very popular and it seems that many people believe in it.

{i} yıldız falcılığı

Tom Mary'ye yıldız falcılığına inanmadığını söyledi. - Tom told Mary that he didn't believe in astrology.

{i} yıldızbilim

Yıldızbilimini gökbilimi ile karıştırma. - Don't confuse astrology with astronomy.

Ben bir balığım, bu yıldızbilime inandığım anlamına gelir. - I'm a Pisces, which means I believe in astrology.

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astrologer
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Ben bir astrolog değilim. - I'm not an astrologer.

Bir astronom olmak için, tamamen bilim okumak zorundasınız, ama bir astrolog olmak için sadece yalan söyleme sanatı okumak zorundasınız. - To become an astronomer, you have to study the sciences thoroughly, but to become an astrologer, you just have to study the art of lying.

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{s} astroloji ile ilgili
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{s} astrolojik, astrolojiye ait
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{s} astrolojik
indic astrology
(Astroloji) hint astrolojisi
İngilizce - İngilizce
The study of the movements and relative positions of celestial bodies and their supposed influence on human affairs
{n} the art of foretelling by the stars
a belief that the positions of the planets affect events and states of being on earth It was developed independently in Greece and India circa 300 BCE
Excercise in fortelling events by studying the motions of stars and planets (Unrelated with astronomy, but often confused ) Astrology is frequently considered an irritant to astronomers, as it misleads many people who get it confused with astronomy[?] Astrology is not based on science, nor does it have any credible backing
The study of the positions and aspects of heavenly bodies with a view to predicting their influence on human affairs Has nothing to do with Modern Astronomy
a pseudoscience claiming divination by the positions of the planets and sun and moon
The study of the influence of celestial bodies on life events/personality traits
In its etymological signification, the science of the stars; among the ancients, synonymous with astronomy; subsequently, the art of judging of the influences of the stars upon human affairs, and of foretelling events by their position and aspects
The belief that the orientation of the planets at the time of one's birth, and the location of that birth predicts the individual's future and personality Belief in astrology is common amongst New Agers, but definitely not limited to them
a type of fortunetelling based on the position of the stars
The "science of the celestial bodies," Astrology may be considered to have been the first true science, and is a sort of transcendental metaphysics A form of divination based on the ancient adage, "As above, so below " An Astrologer uses planetary positions and alignments at the time of one's birth to help foretell the future and to evaluate one's potential strengths and weaknesses Astrology in the hands of a genuinely knowledgeable and experienced person can provide very good, clear and precise guidance as well as providing forewarning for potential pitfalls
An ancient oracle and system based on the belief that planetary, zodiac/constellation cycles influence human and earthly affairs Modern astrologers will find meaning and purpose in the stars They recognize the astrological influences on historical events and they have refined their interpretation of individual behavior
the study of the positions and aspects of celestial bodies in the belief that they have an influence on the course of natural earthly occurrences and human affairs
{i} prediction of the future according to the state of the stars
charts the interrelationships between an individual and the heavenly bodies in order to understand the cosmological influences on individual fate In a Natal, or Birth Chart, the astrologer takes one's date and time of birth as the starting point The configuration of the planets and stars at the moment of birth determine one's basic life story- inclinations, strengths, weaknesses The resulting chart is used to understand and better respond to general life issues as well as particular situations
Essentially the purestt presentation of occult truth in the world at this time because it is the science which deals with those conditioning and governing energies and forces which play through and upon the whole field of space and all that is within that field
a non-scientific belief system in which the positions of the planets among the stars are thought to hold the key to understanding what you can expect from life
Astrology is a pseudo-science that purports to foretell the future by the positioning of the stars and planets There is no scientifically accepted evidence in favor of astrology, and the "hits" that astrologers sometimes make can be attributed to coincidence, highly generalized prognostications, and human willingness to be duped
The pseudoscience that deals with the supposed influences on human destiny of the configurations and locations in the sky of the Sun, Moon, and planets; a primitive belief system that had its origin in ancient Babylonia
For centuries, astrologers have theorized that the positioning and movement of the heavenly bodies can have enormous consequences for a person Today, they use that information to counsel individuals about emotional, professional or health-related problems
The science of the stars, astrology seeks the meaning and application of the planets, stars and other celestial phenomena in our lives A very ancient, yet still vital discipline
Astrology is the study of the movements of the planets, sun, moon, and stars in the belief that these movements can have an influence on people's lives. + astrological as·tro·logi·cal He has had a keen and lifelong interest in astrological research. the study of the positions and movements of the stars and how they might influence people and events astronomy (astrologie , from astrologia, from , from astro- ( ASTRO-) + -logia ). Divination that consists of interpreting the influence of stars and planets on earthly affairs and human destinies. In ancient times it was inseparable from astronomy. It originated in Mesopotamia ( 3rd millennium BC) and spread to India, but it developed its Western form in Greek civilization during the Hellenistic period. Astrology entered Islamic culture as part of the Greek tradition and was returned to European culture through Arabic learning during the Middle Ages. According to the Greek tradition, the heavens are divided according to the 12 constellations of the zodiac, and the bright stars that rise at intervals cast a spiritual influence over human affairs. Astrology was also important in ancient China, and in imperial times it became standard practice to have a horoscope cast for each newborn child and at all decisive junctures of life. Though the Copernican system shattered the geocentric worldview that astrology requires, interest in astrology has continued into modern times and astrological signs are still widely believed to influence personality
The study of the influence of the celestial bodies on the lives of individuals based on the time and place of their birth
The study of the planets and how they might influence the lives of people
The science of the stars This is sometimes incorrectly referred to as a horoscope Astrology is the study of the planets' position and direction relative to a certain celestial body [either the Sun (heliocentric astrology) or the Earth (geocentric astrology)] and its potential influence on a natural organism [a single being, or a population (such as a town, country, continent, etc )]
The study of the universe in an attempt to interpret it's influence on our human lives This entails the movement of the planets through the tropical zodiac and their relationship to where the planets were located at the time of the subject's birth
Pseudo-science that claims human events can be predicted from the positions that the Sun, Moon, and planets occupy in the zodiac at different times
a belief system which claims that the positions of celestial objects can affect life on Earth
The superstitious belief that human lives are influenced or controlled by the positions of heavenly bodies; this belief is rejected by modern astronomers and other scientists
Astrology uses a birth chart to map the positions of the planets relative to the location and moment of birth The interpretation of the chart incorporates the angular relationships between the planets and the signs of the zodiac, the area of the chart in which they fall and other symbolic indicators to examine the different experiences and psychology of the individual A trained astrologer then analyzes the pertinent information, exploring how the various aspects of the client’s personality may be integrated and finding ways to draw the greatest fulfillment from the energies symbolized in the chart
The study of heavenly bodies to learn what influence they may have on human life
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astronomy
Chinese astrology
The astrology system which was developed in China and is based on yin and yang, twelve signs represented by animals, the lunisolare calendar and five planets
Western astrology
The astrology system which is derived from the Hellenistic astrology and is based on the relative positions of, particularly, the twelve zodiacal constellations on the moment of a person's birth
astrologer
{n} one who foretels by the stars
astrological
{a} relating to astrology
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An astrologer is a person who uses astrology to try to tell you things about your character and your future. someone who uses astrology to tell people about their character, life, or future
astrologer
One who studies the stars; an astronomer
astrologer
One who practices astrology; one who professes to foretell events by the aspects and situation of the stars
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One who studies or practices astrology
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{i} astrology expert, one who attempts to predict the future by the state of the stars
astrologer
someone who predicts the future by the positions of the planets and sun and moon
astrological
{s} of astrology, pertaining to the prediction of the future according to the state of the stars
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relating to or concerned with astrology; "astrological chart
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relating to or concerned with astrology; "astrological chart"
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of, or relating to astrology
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Of or pertaining to astrology; professing or practicing astrology
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    [ &-'strä-l&-jE ] (noun.) 14th century. Surface form astro- + -logy . From Latin astrologia (“astronomy”), from Ancient Greek ἀστρολογία (astrologia, “telling of the stars”) from ἄστρον (astron, “star”) + -λογία (-logia, “treating of”), combination form of -λόγος (-logos, “one who speaks (in a certain manner)”).

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