About CosmoBiology

Since the popularization of modern/traditional astrology in the late 1970’s and early eighties and with the advent of computers there has been an explosion of different systems and ideas on what works and what does not.

Astrology is the study of the planetary positions in the heavens which comprises of a zodiac belt of constellations. These are called the 12 signs of the zodiac. Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces.

At the date, time and place of birth, a photograph of the heavens is captured in what we call a chart or horoscope. This is our blue print for life. The horoscope or chart shows our life’s journey from the beginning to the end, in a series of experiences or events that unfold over time and map the soul’s intent.

Astrology is a generic word and there are simply dozens of astrological systems that people use to study the stars in the heavens. Cosmobiology is just one of them.

So what is Cosmobiology?

Cosmobiology is the correlation between the cosmos and the individual, in terms of our psychological make up and the timing of events in our life. It is a branch of astrology which integrates a holistic approach. It can be used in any form for improving our life’s journey.

Cosmobiology uses a 90 degree chart instead of the 360 degree house chart system, and so we get an immediate view of any aspect of ourselves or our life through, psychology, medicine, sociology, biology, mundane, financial, education, career potential or any event in the now moment.

To me this method is best described as a diamond in the rough. There are so many facets, some are bright and sparkling, some rough and need to be smoothed out. Because it is a visual system, the hard work is already done and you go straight to the heart of the matter in determining, what is the best for me?

Why Cosmobiology?

Cosmobiology is very simplistic in the way it is presented. The difference between traditional/modern astrology and Cosmobiology is that people who study traditional/modern astrology use a 360 degree chart divided into 12 houses or the 12 zodiac signs. This does require a correct time of birth for it to be valid.

Cosmobiology uses a 90 degree chart and dispenses with the house system. Cosmobiology relies heavily on the solar arc, planet to planet connection and mid-point structures for quick and accurate predicting. Even without a correct time of birth this system allows you to get 80 percent of the picture, and that to me is pretty good odds.

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