#Vintage #illustration of the #HumanBody and it’s Zodiacal and Planetary Correspondences.
#MedicalAstrology (traditionally known as #Iatromathematics) is an ancient #medical system that associates various parts of the body, diseases, and drugs as under the influence of the Sun, #Moon, and #Planets, along with the twelve #Astrological Signs. Each of the Astrological Signs (along with the Sun, Moon, and Planets) is associated with different parts of the human body.
Medical astrology posits the association of each Sign of the #Zodiac with parts of the body. The Signs of the Zodiac were believed to preside over the parts of the body, covering the body from head (Aries) to toe (Pisces). #Astrology
Day 18 | #30daysofgratitude | 12 Days Till My Birthday
#Rest. #Grateful to be able to listen to my body. To know when it needs special attention, care, sleep, exercise, decompression, water etc… Knowing to always trust my instincts because of that feeling in my gut & knowing when to be gentle & compassionate with myself. #attitudeofgratitude #occultart #occultstudies #occultsciences Source : #chaosophia218
An #Omen (also called #Portent or #Presage) is a phenomenon that is believed to Foretell the Future, often signifying the Advent of Change. People in the ancient times believed that Omens lie w• a Divine Message from their #Gods. These Omens include Natural #Phenomena. They had specialists, the #Diviners, to interpret these Omens. They would expect a binary answer, either yes or no answer, favorable or unfavorable. They did these to predict what would happen in the Future & to take action to avoid disaster. Though the word “Omen” is usually devoid of reference to the Change’s #Nature, hence being possibly either “Good” or “Bad,” the term is more often used in a foreboding sense, as with the word “#Ominous”. The oldest source for this practice came from #Mesopotamia. There were 3 methods to interpret Omens: #Hepatoscopy (i.e. Liver #Divination), #Lecanomancy, #Libanomancy. Hepatoscopy is to observe irregularities and abnormalities on the appearance of the entrails of a sacrificial sheep and they were used most in royal services.
In #Astrology, #Solar & #Lunar #Eclipses (along with the appearance of #Comets and to some extent the #FullMoon) have often been considered Omens of notable births, deaths, or other significant events throughout history in many societies. Omens may be considered either good or bad depending on their interpretation. The same sign may be interpreted differently by different people or different cultures. Comets also have been considered to be both good and bad Omens. Source: #Chaosophia218 #OccultScience #OccultArt #ArtsAndSciences #Samhain #Occultism #Spiritual #Mystical #Magick #Rituals #Witches
Historical map of the sky of the northern and southern hemisphere, showing the stars and mythological drawings of the constellations. This map is centred on the geographic north and south pole, with the plane of the ecliptic (arching through lower and upper centre) showing the constellations of the northern and southern zodiac. The zodiac shows the Sun’s passage through the sky throughout the year, and does not align to the geographic equator because the Earth is tilted on its axis. The relative brightness of the stars is shown, as well as the Milky Way.
The Seed of Life represents the seven stages, steps, or days of Creation. The Creation of a Vibrating Pattern of Space (electromagnetic radiation) is the actual process of Creation itself which otherwise is symbolized by various concepts such as “Days of Creation” to make something otherwise almost impossible to explain, much easier to handle.
The Seed of Life is a primary building block of the Flower of Life, from which comes forth the Fruit of Life. Another blueprint for Everything, the Fruit of Life creates all elements, molecules, organisms, and even everything else in the Universe. In other words, everything that abides in Reality comes from the form of the Seed of Life.
Icelandic magical staves (sigils) are symbols credited with magical effect preserved in various grimoires dating from the 17th century and later. According to the Museum of Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft, the effects credited to most of the staves were very relevant to the average Icelanders of the time, who were mostly substitence farmers and had to deal with harsh climatic conditions.
In 1920 a series of photos of fairies captured the attention of the world. The photos had been taken by two young girls, the cousins Frances Griffith and Elsie Wright, while playing in the garden of Elsie’s Cottingley village home. Photographic experts examined the pictures and declared them genuine. Spiritualists promoted them as proof of the existence of supernatural creatures, and despite criticism by skeptics, the pictures became among the most widely recognized photos in the world. It was only decades later, in the late 1970s, that the photos were definitively debunked.
Shown above are the five Cottingley fairy photos, in the order in which they were taken. In the early 1980s Elsie and Frances admitted that the photographs were faked, using cardboard cutouts of fairies copied from a popular children’s book of the time, but Frances maintained that the fifth and final photograph was genuine.