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Longest Science Project Ever Based on Astrology

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The ancients are thought of as crude, barbaric, and unsophisticated, but evidence to the contrary paints a very different picture.

While it may be true that conventional science has advanced more in the last 100 years than the previous 2000, the ancients were at least as advanced as we are today in many ways, and even more advanced in select ways.

For instance, our modern technology is unable to replicate the precision of the stonework of the approximately 15,000 year-old, 800-ton stone blocks at Puma Punku, the ancient archeological site in Bolivia, along with that of the Great Pyramid in Egypt.

Another example that mystifies experts today is how the ancients were able to, without modern technology, accurately record astronomical and astrological events. Archeological finds all over the globe—China, Japan, India, Europe, South America, Australia, and elsewhere–abound involving sophisticated star and astronomical charts dating back thousands of years.

The Babylonians administered the longest enduring scholarly science project in recorded history, for 700 years, and it involves astrology.

According to Yale Assyriologist Eckart Frahm, stars and other heavenly bodies were worshipped as deities in ancient Babylon and, “The ancient stargazers were so intrigued by the mechanics of the heavens – and the possibility of being able to make predictions from what they saw in the night sky – that, from the 8th century to the 1st century BC, they observed very closely on a daily basis the movements of the stars to determine what exactly was happening in the sky, and documented these observations on clay tablets.”

In my mere thirty plus years of experience, I’ve constantly gained new insights regarding cosmic events symbolizing the fabric of personal fate. It’s mind-blowing to imagine the understanding I’d gain over several centuries observing celestial phenomenon in connection to everyday occurrences.

It’s likely a great quantity of divine secrets originating from the longest running science project in history were lost and forever hidden from public knowledge. One can only marvel at the awareness, and subsequent power, that was gained over 700 years of continual examination.

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