High Octave Resonance Astrology
High Octave Resonance Astrology -HORA- is a unique extension in the development of astrology by Govinda.The signs, planets and houses all are multidimensional and they vibrate at many different frequencies simultaneously from lower, denser, mundane levels to higher, lighter enlightened levels. HORA is the higher vibration of each sign, planet and house. The astrological readings by Govinda utilize the full range of the vibrational spectrum to reveal your unique place in the universe
Every natal chart has all twelve Zodiacal Signs in it. The energies of all Signs are always expressing through us. The Signs color the energies expressing through the Planets and Houses. Each sign vibrates within a certain range of frequencies. We choose the frequency that we resonate with, which determines how each sign expresses through us. There are different levels of expression known as Octaves of Resonation. There are the mundane, immature, mature and ultimately HORA octaves of resonation. As we evolve spiritually to higher octave of resonance expression, our soul's evolution is enhanced.
A Brief History of Astrology
Since the dawn of history, humans have gazed up at the night skies in wonder, and in that great wonder they began to see in the heavenly bodies, patterns of movement and change. Recording the changes enabled them to see a larger and more meaningful picture of the universe. According to researchers, early evidence of this practice have appeared as markings on bones and cave walls that show lunar cycles as early as 25,000 years ago.
This was not only the birth of civilization as we know it, but also the birth of the astrological sciences that greatly influenced our religions and cultures for the following millennia.
Some of the oldest known references to astrology, such as the Venus tablet of Ammisaduga, have been discovered to be written more than 2000 years before Christ. Electional Astrology, or the art of predicting the best time for an event to take place to achieve the best result, also appeared in writings from that time period.
The Babylonians of that time incorporated a more systematic astrology into their culture and by the 16th century BC, there appeared a work known as the Enuma Anu Enlil. The compilation was comprised of more than 70 cuneiform tablets and outlined some 7,000 celestial omens that were used to predict weather and mundane political matters.
Astrology matured as the centuries passed with Egyptians, Greeks, Romans and Islamic regions contributing to its development. During the early dark ages in Medieval Europe, Astrology was suppressed by the church only to emerge by the 13th century as an integral part of the practice of medicine. By the end of the 1500s, physicians across Europe were required by law to calculate the position of the Moon before carrying out complicated medical procedures, such as surgery or bleeding.
During the Renaissance many great men who are now known as the fathers of modern science were astrologers. Johannes Kepler, Galileo Galilei and Tycho Brahe were all practicing astrologers during the time they discovered numerous principles of the physical universe.
With the birth and progression of modern science, astrology was abandoned by the main stream scientists and evolved on its own to be what we know it is today. One recent historian of science explained ". . .In the final analysis it was only itself: a unique divinatory and prognostic art embodying centuries of accreted methodology and tradition."