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About Aarti

Aarti is practicing astrology, gems and tarot reading since 2006 and it's been beautiful since then to look at individuals life charts and give predictions which have proved to be beneficial for their individual goal in their life. 

She does individual consultations on one to one basis for people from all parts of the world and suggests gemstones for prosperity,health wealth and happiness.

 

She is also gifted clairvoyant and claim knowing by the grace of almighty god and shares her gifts with others with the help of consultation sessions.

 

She gives practical advice which can be easily practiced.

 

"Astrology is a language.  If you understand this language, the sky speaks to you."  ~Dane Rudhyar

          

Astrological beliefs in correspondences between celestial observations and terrestrial events have influenced various aspects of human history, including world-views, language and many elements of social culture.Among Indo-European peoples, astrology has been dated to the 3rd millennium BC, with roots in calendrical systems used to predict seasonal shifts and to interpret celestial cycles as signs of divine communications.

 

Until the 17th century, astrology was considered a scholarly tradition, and it helped drive the development of astronomy. It was commonly accepted in political and cultural circles, and some of its concepts were used in other traditional studies, such as alchemy, meteorology and medicine.

 

By the end of the 17th century, emerging scientific concepts in astronomy, such as heliocentrism, were irrevocably undermining the theoretical basis of astrology, which subsequently lost its academic standing.In the 20th century astrology gained broader consumer popularity through the influence of regular mass media products, such as newspaper.

 

We feel we understand that. But the sky is beyond comprehension. Two great objects travel through it, one hot and constant, the other cold and changeable. In the daytime it is moody; there may be blazing sun, or racing clouds, or darkness followed by thunder and lightning. And yet on a clear night the sky is the very opposite - predictable, if you look hard enough, with recognisable groups of stars moving in a slow but reliable manner. Man's interest in the sky is at the heart of three separate stories - astronomy, astrology and the calendar.Astronomy is the scientific study of sun, moon and stars. Astrology is a pseudo-science interpreting the supposed effect of the heavenly bodies on human existence. In early history the two are closely linked. The sky is the home of many of the gods, who influence life on earth. And the patterns in the sky must surely reflect that influence. Mesopotamia and the Babylonians: from 3000 BC Astronomical observation begins with the early civilizations of Mesopotamia, where prominent constellations (the patterns formed by stars in the galaxy) are recognizes and named soon after 3000 BC. Similarly the sky-watchers of Mesopotamia identify the five wandering stars, which with the sun and moon form the seven original 'planets' (Greek for 'wanderers').Within Mesopotamia the Babylonians, flourishing from the 18th century BC, are the first great astronomers. The minutes and seconds of modern astronomical measurement derive from their number system. And it is the Babylonians who introduce the useful concept of the zodiac.