Where can I get the daily horoscopes with includes the Ophiuchus?
Answer by Lost in Narcotics
Apparently Ophiuchus is just a constellation and not a star sign that affects the western world.
Answer by Glen Coco!™
There is no change…
READ, this explains all:
What do you think? Answer below!
Jews: Is prohibited to consult Horoscope (among other things) in Judaism? Do it is semi-paganism?
Who among you before now consulted (or still consult) Horoscope, runes, kabbala, practices yoga, tarot, etc.? Do you are of that sign of zodiac?
… The Kabbala is a kind of horoscope?
Answer by c
All that stuff is utter nonsense.
Answer by Ji.ngleberr.ies
not all Jews follow Kabbalah
Answer by Naor
We use sign of Zodiac, I’m Taurus.
We have Horoscopes in newspapers and magazines even school diaries, (In Israel) but I think according to Judaism it’s wrong.
Is Kabbala what you read on the Bar Mitzva? I don’t believe so, it is not a horoscope.
Jews are modern 😮
Answer by Brandy A
I don’t know why it would be prohibited, alchemy brought us science and astrology brought us astronomy. At least they brought something to the table besides worship God or die……more dogmatic bull! As far runes go, you know in the Bible the prophets and apostles casts lots which is a form a divination. The Kabbala is not a horoscope though, it is a form of oral jewish mysticism.
There are other forms of divination in the Bible as well. In Genesis 44:5, Joseph’s household manager refers to a silver drinking cup “…in which my lord drinketh and whereby indeed he devineth”. Later, Joseph accuses his brothers of stealing the cup, saying “that such a man as I can certainly divine [the identity of the thieves]”. These passages show that Joseph engaged in scrying. This is an ancient occultic method of divination in which a cup or other vessel is filled with water and gazed into. This technique of foretelling the future was used by Nostradamus and is still used today.
Answer by Proud Messianic Jew
Surprising, isn’t it? Judaism does in fact believe in horoscopes.
Judiasm believes a person’s entire future is mapped out in the stars, and for those who really know how to do it, the stars can be a map of the future.
According to Chabbad, the Talmud gives considerable credence to astrology. The Hebrew word which Talmud uses here, mazal, is usually translated “luck” but literarily means “constellations.”
To the Chabbad and some other Jews, Astrology is not only a factor to be taken into account when planning future events–it also influences human nature.
According to the Talmud, one born under the constellation of the sun will achieve eminence and one born under Venus will become wealthy and immoral. One born under Mercury will be wise and have a retentive memory. One born under the Moon will suffer evil. One born under Saturn will suffer frustration, one born under Jupiter will be righteous and one born under Mars will become either a surgeon or a slaughterer.
However, these ‘opinions’ conflict with Jewish law, which cautions against seeking the advice of astrologers.
The Jewish message is clear: astrological truths do exert an influence on our lives.
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