Notable esoteric writer and scholar examines the history and symbology of the zodiac.
The word zodiac is derived from the Greek zodiakos, which means a circle of animals, or, as some believe, little animals. It is the name given by the old pagan astronomers to a band of fixed stars about sixteen degrees wide, encircling the earth.
It is difficult to estimate correctly the profound effect produced upon the religions, philosophies, and sciences of antiquity by the study of the planets, luminaries, and constellations. Not without adequate reason were the Magi of Persia called the Star Gazers.
The Zodiac and its Signs was a story first published in 1928 in Manly P. Hall's The Secret Teachings of All Ages.
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