Thanks Krasi. I’ve left a comment on youtube but also wanted to comment here.
I’ve been following your website for some time and find it very interesting because it’s different from other astrology resources. I am not an astrologer, I am just a lay person interested in astrology. I’ve had a question for some time about the constellation of Ophiuchus which was discovered in the beginning of this century. How does ancient astrology deal with the fact that there are 13 zodiac constellations now after Ophiuchus was discovered? Doesn’t that mess up the whole system? Just curios.
Hi Marina! Thank you for your comment!
I think I answered there, but would do it with pleasure here as well. There are much more than 13 constellations in our solar system, more than just 13. They interfere in the zodiac, and we do take them into consideration as paranatelonta. This does not mean that they need to become part of the zodiac. They do influence a lot. However, for a very specific astronomical, spiritual and esoteric reason the zodiac is made only of 12 constellations.