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The four elements are Fire, Earth, Air, and Water. Each of the zodiac signs has an element and a quality.
Western and Indian astrology use four elements, namely Fire, Earth, Air and Water. Each of the four elements is associated with 3 signs of the Zodiac. Most modern astrologers use the four classical elements extensively, and they are still viewed as a critical part of interpreting the astrological chart.
Signs are divided into three categories which were derived from attempts to identify personality traits sometimes coinciding with characteristics of the corresponding season of birth.
The qualities of the zodiac signs are Cardinal, Fixed, and Mutable. The zodiac signs are characterized by their quality.
The signs of the Zodiac represent 12 different types of spiritual energy and purpose. Relationships between planets (types of energy), and houses (sectors of the chart) show to what degree and in what ways one person is compatible or incompatible with another. You can find here what are the compatible astrology signs for you.
Some astrologers believe that each number is ruled by a celestial body of our solar system. In predict-my-future.com we use the most widely accepted system amongst modern astrologers. Each astrological sign is associated with a particular number, beginning with Aries which is the 1st sign of the Zodiac and ending with Pisces which is the 12th and final astrological sign of the Natural Zodiac.
Each month has an associated flower that symbolizes the month of somebody's birth. These flowers are referred to as a Birth Month Flowers or Birth Flowers.
The birthstones of the zodiac are: Bloodstone, Peridot, Alexandrite, Sapphire, Agate, Emerald, Onyx, Carnelian, Beryl, Topaz, Ruby, Garnet, Amethyst, Heliotrope
A birthstone is a precious material that symbolizes the month of birth in the Gregorian calendar. Birth stones are also sometimes called birthday stones, crystals, or gemstones.
There are many references of birth-stones being used by many cultures since ancient times. Tradition suggested that everyone should wear the birthstone of the month each month of the year, since the powers of each gemstone are heightened during one particular month. For the fullest effect, individuals needed to own an entire set of twelve gemstones and rotate them so that they carry the monthly birthstone. For example Diamond is the birthstone for April and Emerald is the birthstone for May.
Due to the long history of birthstones use there have been variations among cultures. In 1912, in an effort to standardize birthstones, the organization Jewelers of America officially adopted a list of birthstones. We call these Modern Birthstones to distinguish them from the Traditional zodiac Birthstones. The officially adopted by the Jewelers of America list is currently the most widely used list.
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The belief that human affairs follow periodic laws is ancient; found in natal astrology and in folk culture. Biorhythm is a relatively recent development devised in the late nineteenth century by William Fliess, a physician and patient of Sigmund Freud. Fliess believed that he observed regularities in intervals of 23 and 28 days in various phenomena, including births and deaths. He labeled the 23 days cycle "male rhythm" and the 28 days one "female rhythm", matching the menstrual cycle.
Alfred Teltscher, a professor at the University of Innsbruck, came to the conclusion that his students' "good" and "bad" days followed a rhythmic pattern with duration of 33 days. Teltscher believed that the brain's ability to absorb, mental ability, and alertness followed a 33 day period.
These rhythms begin at birth and oscillate in steady fashion throughout one's life. By drawing these biorhythms a person's level of physical, emotional, intellectual, aesthetic, as well as spiritual ability can be predicted.
The drawing in this page is your personal Biorhythm chart. It displays your biorhythm levels for today (0.0) as well as for the following 30 days. Each of these lines moves up and down between high and low extremes; days that the curve crosses the zero line are described as "critical days" of greater risk or uncertainty.
Dream Interpretation and Meaning
Throughout history, people have sought to find the meaning of dreams or predict the future through dreams. The practice of dream interpretion is called Oneiromancy and many cultures use it for eliciting prophetic messages from the divine and predicting the future.
In this page you can use a dream dictionary. Type in one important word you think is symbolic in your dream and then click Search. A window will open containing the regular lexical dictionary interpretation of the word and further down its symbolism in dreams under the heading "Dream Dictionary".
Please note that not all words have a dream interpretation, this dictionary is temporal and we are working on a better solution!