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Anonymous asked in Entertainment & MusicHoroscopes · 2 months ago

Do astrologists account for varying masses and distances of planets? ?

Any effects Pluto may have on human behavior should be negligible when compared to the effects Jupiter would haves 

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  • 2 months ago

    Hmm maybe i dont know 

    Source(s): i dont know lmao
  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Astrologers probably don’t know how to do that, assuming how low their IQ level is if they believe in something like astrology.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Guess what? An explanation is moot. Astrology basically fakes it and those that believe don’t care. To find out how it works, you need to make the investment of time and money.

    The "western" type doesn’t bother any physics. Size and distance are non factors. Even tiny and distant asteroids are included. If they are named for certain mythology figures. Aside from the Sun and Moon, the actual planets have no power rankings. The ascendent sign, an imaginary point in space, has more power than the planets.

    The four largest moons of Jupiter are the first objects discovered with the telescope. They are all larger than Pluto. Galileo, the discoverer and part-time astrologer, used them without names. Astrology started to cherry-pick every new body from that point. Nobody twisted astrology to incorporate Pluto after 1930. It would have a totally different meaning if an alternative name was used. 

    Early astrologers were very diligent in their naked eye observations of the sky. Modern astrologers can’t bother even look up. They are always pretending because it’s easier. Your personal chart are not based on the current areas of the constellations, but an artificial background. Astrologers have to go back two thousand years for what’s used now. 

  • ?
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Astrologers (not "astrologists") do not use science, and there is no scientific explanation for the observed correlation between astrology and real life.  Astrologers do NOT study the condition of the actual planet, nor even its real position in its orbit around the sun.  In astrology, it is all about where the planets appear in the sky, relative to where we are on Earth.

    There is a statistically-significant correlation between astrology and what goes on inside of us, but just as with psychology, it is never entirely predictable.Astrology CAN be a very effective starting point for self-examination and gaining self-understanding.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Let's do something astrology skeptics simply don't know how to do: think.  Claiming that this or that planet "does" this or that to Tom, Dick, or Harry is what is called a literary device.  It's easier to say or write, what they think is actually happening than to give a full explanation to the terminally stupid time and time again.  "The planets don't DO anything!" - Robert Hand, one of the world's most predominant astrologers.

    What you're doing is called a straw man argument.  It isn't a real argument but sounds like it and it's easy to knock down - like a "man" made of straw.  Get it?  Duh.

    So Pluto doesn't have a physical, material effect on humans.  So what? Now go learn something about what you criticize before you make a fool of yourself again. OH and the word is "astrologers."  People who say "astrologists" don't know what they're talking about.

  • ?
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Pluto is no longer considered a full planet.

  • Jake
    Lv 5
    2 months ago

    A person can battle belief in astrology and other false teachings and beliefs, including superstitions, using the rosary and fasting.

  • ?
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Usually they study this stuff yes 

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