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Introduction to Astrotheology

Santos Bonacci & Johan Oldenkamp

Introduction to Astrotheology 2012, Pateo Academia

Introduction to Astrotheology 2012, Pateo Academia

The table below shows the bodily locations of common diseases, based on the moment of birth. This relation is based on the three decanates (or decans for short) per Zodiac sign. A decan is the division of the full period of a Zodiac sign (of 30 degrees of arc) into three equal periods (of 10 degrees of arc). Roughly, we can say that the people who were born on the day numbers of 21 and higher belong to the first decan. The second decan corresponds to the day numbers from 1 to 10. The remaining day numbers (11 up to 20) belong to the third decan. The table below shows the corresponding disease for each decan per Zodiac sign. 1st Decan 2nd 3rd Decan Decan Sku Migraine Concentration ll No Throat Ea se rs Sme Lungs Spe ll ak Sk Body Fat Tou in ch Hea Blood Circulation rt Appetite Stomach Digestion Metabolism Bowels Excrement Sexuality Genitals Hormones Farsightednes Eyes Nearsightednes s Spi s Bones Join ne ts Ar Legs Movement ms Concentratio Nerves Reflexes n These 36 extra decans (on top of the 12 Zodiac signs) correspond to 36 extra constellations of stars. Please note that these 36 extra (astrological) constellations of stars are only visible from the northern hemisphere (in total, astrology distinguishes 88 different star constellations). The table above shows these 36 extra astrological constellations. Zodiac Sign Aries Taurus Gemini Cancer Leo Virgo Libra Scorpio Sagittarius Capricorn Aquarius Pisces Focus Head Throat Arms Chest Heart Belly Kidney s Genital sThighs Knees Ankle Feet Constellation Andromeda Aquila Ara Argo Navis Auriga Botes Canis Major Canis Minor Cassiopeia Centaurus Cepheus Piscis Austrinus Corona Australis Corona Borealis Corvus Crater Cygnus Delphinus Meaning The Chained Lady The Eagle The Altar The Boat Argo The Charioteer The Herdsman The Big Dog The Small Dog The Queen The Centaur The King The Southern Fish The Southern Crown The Northern Crown The Crow The Cup The Swan The Dolphin Constellatio n Dra co Equule us Eridan us Hercul es Hyd ra Lep us Lup us Lyra Ophiuch us Ori on Pegas us Perse usCet us Sagit ta Serpe ns Triangulu m Ursa Major Ursa Minor Meaning The Dragon The Little Horse The River The Hero Hercules The Water Serpent The Hare The Wolf The Lyre The Serpent Bearer The Hunter Orion The Winged Horse The Hero Perseus The Whale The Arrow The Serpent The Triangle The Big Bear The Small Bear

Introduction to Astrotheology 2012, Pateo Academia

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TO BE CONTINUED

(This is just version 0.1 of this paper. It was released on February 6th, 2012, in order to support the videos on the youtube channel of Santos Bonacci called MrAstrotheology. Much more information will be added to this paper in de the coming days.)

Introduction to Astrotheology 2012, Pateo Academia