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2002-09-27, 01:54 PM
Just contemplating before I come to Japan
how my degree in Astrology is going to go down
once translated for immigration.
I have been teaching english for 6 years-
can't make a living doing only astro work.
2002-09-30, 01:20 AM
Where'd you obtain this degree, the Correspondence College of Tampa? What sort of accredited university issues such a degree, and how fast was their accreditation revoked after it was found out they were perpetrating this?
2002-09-30, 09:15 AM
There are two colleges in the USA which have had their accreditation
reviewed by the US govt. ONe is Kepler college, Seattle and the
other is Astrological Institute Scottsdale, Az-both are eligible for govt.
Mine is in Spain..
So in the words of Isaac Newton when criticized for being an
astrologer: "sir, i have studied the subject-you haven't'
GP nice talking to u.
2002-09-30, 11:14 PM
Sorry, but any discipline that teaches that the Sun revolves around the Earth was discredited by Newton himself.
That is because the art is Geocentric.
It may come as a surprise to u but
when NASA wants to project the trajectory of a rocket
the calculations are based on a geocentric point of view.
we don't live on the Sun.