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Famous People Who Have Consulted Astrologers

Some Famous People Who Have Consulted Astrologers

Astrology, this Science of Vibrations, is making an important name for itself in world affairs today but its study has been around for at least 7000 years. The Zodiac and Horoscope emerged in Babylonia around the 5th century BC. In this article we will look at some of the famous people in the more recent past who have used astrological guidance to enrich their lives.

Hippocrates, the “father of medicine” said, “The man who is ignorant of the science of astrology deserves the name of fool rather than that of physician.”

Napier, the inventor of the Napierian Logarithms for which all mathematicians are eternally grateful was a famous astrologer, born in Scotland.

Sir Isaac Newtown was a great researcher in the field of astrology and said in conversation to Mr. Halley of Halley’s Comet fame, “I have studied the subject of astrology, and you have not”.

J. Pierpont Morgan, one of the worlds greatest financiers, was suspicious of accepting planetary advice but ended up applying astrology to all his affairs.

Lord Kitchener frequently sought astrological advice and knew many years in advance about the part he would play in the World War.

John Adams, famous second President of the United States, refused to sign the Declaration of Independence until the exact moment when planetary indications were most auspicious.

Queen Elizabeth 1 who has been regarded as one of the most outstanding monarchs to rule over the British Isles retained Dr. Dee as her Court astrologer. He was utilised by her for all matters of state and government.

Napoleon always followed the advice of his planetary adviser except on one occasion at the Battle of Waterloo. He ventured unwisely and lost.

President Harding, like most other American Presidents, was a keen follower of this planetary science, and as an official astrologer was granted a private key to the White House.

Jacob Stout, J. Pierpont Morgan and Seymour Cromwell comprised a bracket of 3 successive presidents of the New York Stock Exchange who utilised astrological advice in planning their operations. However, upon the arrival of the Wall Street Crash these men had been warned by their astrologers and thus, averted disaster.

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