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Meet the NEW Bahamas Weekly Columnist: Tametryo Brown
By The Bahamas Weekly News Team
Oct 15, 2013 - 2:10:01 AM

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The Bahamas Weekly is pleased to announce a new columnist to add to our rich plethora of writers. Tametryo Brown of Nassau will be doing weekly astrological updates for the 12 signs of the zodiac every Friday in the new column, Message from the Sta rs . His column will commence October 18th.

Tametryo Brown has been studying Astrology for over 10 years. His company Stardates Global is dedicated to helping people find their soul mates through self discovery and the science of astrology. He runs a Stardating company in Nassau, Bahamas. His knowledge of astrology and human personalities go beyond his age. His scientific predictions have touched the lives of many across his homeland and abroad. Tametyro is also a certified hypnotherapist from the Hypnosis Medical Institution/ American Hypnosis Association (HMI/AHA) where he still continues to further his studies in hypnosis.  He has helped many clients realize  their life's purpose. He can be reached stardatesbh@gmail.com  Phone: 1-242-466-6613


 
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What is Astrology?

As Above, So Below:

The stars and planets have always inspired a sense of wonder. Many cultures look skyward and see the face of the divine there. There's a cosmic dance on the grand scale, and one on the intimate scale, going on for each of us. Astrology is the study of patterns and relationships -- of planets in motion, our birth chart, synergy with others, the make-up of elements -- and using that knowledge as a tool to find meaning.

Is Astrology a science?:

It falls more in the category of metaphysics, the study of that which is beyond the physical. It's similar to other fields that are founded on ancient theories of energy patterns, like feng shui, acupuncture and yoga. Astrology at high levels is a mastery of its particular science and the intuitive arts. As the earliest known ordering of existence, long before recorded history, it's been called the "Mother of all Sciences."

The Celestial Clock:
Astrology's premise is that the planetary movements influence the Moments in Time. Since we're part of the story of the Universe, our moment of birth recorded on the celestial clock is meaningful. The planets continue to move, engaging with the fixed in time energies of our birth chart.

Students today can draw on the myths, symbolic associations and wisdom of past astrologers to come up with their own intuitive language. There are the long cycles of outer planets that show generational trends, and shorter ones, like the Sun's annual journey through the Zodiac.

Know Thyself:

Astrology is an incredible tool of self-discovery, no matter how far you decide to take it. At first, the pieces of the puzzle may not seem to fit. But if you stick with it, at a certain point it "clicks" and the orchestrations of the cosmic dance make sense.

If life seems like a series of meaningless events, astrology can be a comforting sign that perhaps things happen for a reason. It can shine light on inner contradictions and natural strengths. As a map of the psyche, the birth chart is a guide to self-understanding that never stops revealing new layers of insight.

Understanding Your Birth Chart:

Astrology can be baffling at first, because it involves a different kind of wisdom. There are three parts to any birth chart: planet, sign and house. There's a blending that happens in astrology that involves those three. As you learn more, your understanding deepens.

(Astrology explained by Molly Hall)

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