• Jennifer Lapierre Stone

Astrology and the Science Behind Why it Works

I've spent thirty years learning the intricacies of astrology and witnessing first-hand its power -- despite quite a few of my Ivy-educated peers dismissing my passion as "woo-woo pseudoscience.” For 4,000 years, however, astrology and astronomy were considered one and the same, beginning in ancient Babylonia (present-day Iraq), the birthplace of astrology. The three “wise men” of biblical lore were actually Zoroastrian astrologers, a fact that Christianity doesn’t shout from the rooftop of the Vatican.

As I first delved into the mysterious and confusing realm of equatorial ascendants, declinations, and grand trines, the left-brained, scientifically oriented side of me had occasional doubts about the validity of astrological claims. I’m now a firm believer, and want to share my understanding of the science behind astrology to help those who are still on the fence.

I had an “aha” moment five years ago and may have figured out why astrology is accurate. Essentially, the planets are power transmitters of frequencies which can be measured in Hertz, and our DNA coils are receivers. Sounds far-fetched, perhaps, but read on.

Nikola Tesla measured the Earth’s frequency at 7.83 Hz, which was later verified by the physicist Winfried Schumann. When we are in REM sleep, our brain goes into the same frequency as our own planet. The frequencies of all the planets have been measured, and as it turns out, they all correspond to one of the five major brainwave states that our brains produce.

The fundamental frequencies of a planet are derived from the planet’s diameter, circumference, rotational velocity, orbital period, etc. More simply, NASA uses radio waves from satellites and bounces them off the spheres of the planets, measuring the radius. From that, you can calculate its frequency by dividing the speed of light by the circumference. These frequencies generally have very long wavelengths, thus they lie in the very low frequency (ELF) and ultra-low frequency (ULF) range. Planetary harmonics govern natural, long-term biological growth patterns, monthly and yearly biological processes, and daily brain and psycho-physiological function.

Every one of the planets is perfectly tuned to the different states of brainwaves occurring in our brains most of the time. That means humans are tuned to the nine planet frequencies because the shape of our DNA is a coil, which is an inductor, or a receiver. Our DNA is a receiver that receives electromagnetic energy. DNA reads frequencies. This is a fact, proven by Nobel laureate Luke Montagne in 2008 for Virology. Our DNA is dictated by the frequencies of our planets.

Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune produce Delta-level frequencies (5 – 8Hz). That’s the level you are in when in deep meditation—cosmic consciousness. Mars produces Alpha brainwaves (8 – 14 Hz). They are responsible for coherency, thinking, and organization. Venus is producing the same frequencies as Earth, in the Theta range. More in-depth info on planetary harmonics can be found here.

NASA recorded the sound of our Sun when it hits our atmosphere and produces a vibration. That noise converted to audio signal of 126.22 Hz. This tone (which also abounds in YouTube videos and restructures water), when played to a human, supposedly shrinks the chakras except for the heart chakra, which becomes huge. Moreover, a 2018 study in peer-reviewed Scientific Reports proves that our heart rate responds to changes in the solar and geomagnetic environment. It appears that our hearts are tuned to our sun.

In a nutshell, if our DNA receives planetary frequencies, then it makes sense that when the planets are at certain longitudes and latitudes to each other (conjunct, sextile, square, trine, opposite, etc.) then the combined energies of these planets while at those geometric angles would also be transmitted to us. There has to be a unified pattern of energy in which the combined frequencies of planets fuse with each other to create a field of unified influence that can be described as “astrological weather.”

Skepticism is a healthy human reaction. Even the best astrophysicists in the world are still performing research on a theoretical basis. If you have questions regarding your astrological sign, I can create your personal astrological chart, discern what is currently happening, and help you chart the best course for optimum results.

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