History of Astrology & Psychic astrology
The Babylonians are generally credited with the birth of astrology. Their astrological charts enabled them to predict the recurrence of seasons and certain celestial events. So in the beginning and for more than 20,000 years, astrology and astronomy were the same science.
Babylonian astrology was introduced to the Greeks early in the 4th century B.C. and, through the studies of Plato, Aristotle, and others, astrology came to be highly regarded as a science. It was soon embraced by the Romans (the Roman names for the zodiacal signs are still used today) and the Arabs and later spread throughout the entire world.
While earliest astrology was used to bring a sense of order out of apparent chaos, it was soon utilized to predict weather patterns, primarily for agricultural purposes. It was eventually broadened to include forecasts of natural disasters and war and other events in the course of human affairs. Amassing successes in these fields, it was a natural progression for astrology to be used as counsel for kings and emperors and, in time, for all of us.The stone setting now called ‘Adam’s Calendar’ was first brought to the publics attention in 2003 by pilot Johan Heine. The stones are arranged on the precipice of the Transvaal Escarpment overlooking the Waterval Boven Valley.
The stones are all dolomite, weighing up to 5-tons each, and are claimed to have been transported from a distance to the site as the Escarpment itself is composed of Black Reef Quartzite, rich in gold.
It is claimed that the stones would have originally stood in a circle, and that the remaining stones denote the cardinal points (off by 3°) and the rising/setting points of the solstice sun. In the center of the ‘circle’ are two upright stones which are said to have been carved.
Controversially suggested to be the oldest man-made site on earth by Michael Tellinger and Johan Heine. There are two distinct sets of remains in question: The ‘Bantu Kraals’… and ‘Adams Calendar’.
Tellinger’s claims that both the ruins and ‘calendar’ stones were inspired by the Sumerian Anunaki, and that they date from 260,000 years ago. He has also suggested that these are the remains of Enki’s lost mythological Sumerian city of Abzu (Hell), where he believes the first humans were used as slaves to mine for gold. He also states that Great Zimbabwe was Enki’s ‘Headquarters’, simultaneously dating it to 260,000 years old.