Ancient Egyptian Astrological Puzzle by Naomi C Bennett
Ancient Egyptians were master sky watchers and mathematicians who invented horoscopic astrology. The discovery of fractal geometry has a correlation to astrology’s design. Our fragmented texts don’t tell the whole story but with the use of astronomy, sacred geometry and Egyptian images; the astrological pieces can be fitted together into a complete picture for the basis of As Above, So Below. Sacred Geometry in Astrology: In her book, Foundations of Astrology, Naomi shows how geometry and astronomy were fundamental to the design of planetary rulerships of zodiac signs and houses. Her research, presented in this talk, goes beyond Greek texts to include other Egyptian artifacts that are keys to the Hellenistic Planetary Order.
Bio:Naomi C Bennett has practiced astrology since 1970 and is currently President of the Astrological Society of Austin, TX. She has a B.S. in Psychology, an 11 year career in computer sales with Fortune 500 companies and 15 years as a Real Estate investor. She teaches astrology as a branch of sacred geometry and advises clients. She has authored Foundations of Astrology in 2014 and she has published two works of Carl Payne Tobey, who was her astrology mentor. Quarterly mundane and financial forecasts are on YouTube at naomibennett360, her website is www.LearnAstrologyNow.com, she can be found on FaceBook,and her email is firstname.lastname@example.org. She is an international speaker at various astrology conferences around the world in 2014-16. In February 2015, she was the USA Chapter Chairperson at the 25th Krishnamurti Institute of Astrology conference in Kolkata. She also delivered an academic lecture for the Sanskrit Department at the University of Delhi on the astronomical basis of ancient astrology that pertains to Western and Jyotish Astrology. The Arizona Astrological Society invited her to speak in June, in September 2015 she will lecture at the AA Conference in the UK and in November she will speak at the Astrology Restored Conference in Capetown, South Africa.