Karmic astrology

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Karmic Astrology is practiced by some astrologers who believe in reincarnation though the concept of Karma is not always associated to Indian religions. Indeed, Edgar Cayce, a devout Christian, professed that the position of the planets at birth records the time spent by the souls on other planets (or perhaps their spiritual counterparts) in between incarnations.[1] Some karmic astrologers have professed they can read the person's karma in a Natal chart by studying in particular Lunar nodes and retrograde planets.[2] Other astrologers, such as Dane Rudhyar's protégé Alexander Ruperti, have lectured that everything[3] in the Natal Chart is karmic.

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  1. ^ Margaret Gammon, Astrology and the Edgar Cayce Readings, A.R.E. Press, Virginia Beach, 1967.
  2. ^ Martin Schulman, Karmic Astrology, Volume 1: The Moon's Nodes and Reincarnation, Weiser Books, 1975, ISBN 0-87728-288-9 and Martin Schulman, Karmic Astrology, Volume 2: Retrogrades and Reincarnation, Samuel Weiser Inc., 1977, ISBN 0-87728-345-1.
  3. ^ despite the fact that his only book translated into English deals solely with Jupiter, Saturn and Uranus cycles.