Astrology is the science of observing the motions and cycles of the planets in our solar system, observing behaviors, events, emotions, and meaning making, and defining the patterns of what is seen.
Astrologers have observed the planets for at least 4,000 years by painstakingly watching the planets night after night, making notations, and then passing those notations down to apprentices, who were usually found in temples. Most ancient religions included astrologers doing this labor in their temples. The Sumerians passed their records and knowledge to the ancient cultures in Mesopotamia, and those cultures passed their knowledge to the ancient Greeks. Astrology and astrologers survived and suffered through the burning of the library in Alexandria, the European Dark Ages and the Inquisition, but the renaissance of astrology is now here.
Like other fields, astrology has several branches. The Astrology of You focusses on astrology as a symbolic language to help us understand our selves. Carl Jung began examining astrology through this lens, and giants such as Liz Greene, Howard Sasportas, Richard Idemon, and others have carried this torch.