Latest post of the previous page:Bugger, crossposted again, so will add a bit at the end and then gracefully retire
That may well be butThe problem occurs because you are not familiar with Eastern thought.
So? What impact does it make on the newborn? What about women who've been induced, or have an accident which precipitates birth? You're surely not trying to tell us that where the universe happens to be in relation to the birth makes a difference to the new human's life? That the clouds of Jupiter made the poor child's mother fall down the stairs and go into labour?astrology establishes the celestial contour at the time of birth
Nirvanam, there are useful and distracting things in all human thought, whether Western, Eastern or any other *ern Many people in the UK think that many ills can be cured by a good strong cup of tea. That doesn't mean to say that tea has magical properties. If you think that we are missing something then show us the research...
Of course it does. Despite his hair, I don't think Brian Cox has a hidden agenda, and he does have excellent academic credentials i.e. he has studied, thought, published, been peer reviewed etc. Would you like to be, say, operated on by someone who loves the human body and has read stuff or by someone who has undergone at least 7 years training?what matters for most Humans is who it is coming from.