Astrology in Sacred Literature: Western

Astrology in Sacred Literature: Western

Follow astrology down the sacred paths in the written word. The greatest collection of works on the soul and, surprisingly, its intersection with astrological concepts, come from traditional religions. Explore the Torah, New Testament, and the Koran through the lens of astrology.

Instructor: Carol Tebbs
H106 (5 weeks) – Spring 2023-24
Class begins May 11, 2024
Advance pricing until April 27, 2024

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Instructor: Carol Tebbs
Day: Saturday, beginning May 11, 2024
Time: 8:00 – 10:00 AM Pacific Time
Course Length: 5 weeks – all live classes are recorded



This 5-week course explores the belief that the firmament has a correlation to conditions on earth and man through passages from the Jewish Torah, the Christian New Testament, and the Islamic Koran. Each week students will explore the astrology references in the sacred literature and explore the related arguments for natural science versus support for astrology and/or refutation of it.

Literature has long been the vehicle to establish and maintain cultural identity through stories of origin, heroes, and history. These stories in time become mythology or even codified sacred literature. You may not realize, but the three primary Western religions all have astrology embedded in their sacred works. If you have an interest in spiritual traditions or do soul work with your clients, take advantage of this unique course now! You won’t find anything like it anywhere else!

“Astrology got it right, what’s wrong with the rest of the world?” quipped a well-known astrologer when discussing the connection between sacred literature and the common phrase, “As above, so below.” This has been a phrase understood by every astrologer from ancient to modern times. Indeed, the concept has roots in much of the world’s sacred literature.

Weekly topics:

  1. Ancient Mid-Eastern influences on Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Sacred Literature Transference
  2. Common Ancestor of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
  3. Prophets and Proverbs: Forecasts, and good advice
  4. A Jew fulfills the Messiah Prophesy in The Gospels
  5. Islam emerges from a common Ancestor: The Koran and forecasting


Required Reading:

Campion, Nick, Astrology and Cosmology in the World’s Religions, New York University Press, 2012
Novak, Philip, The World’s Wisdom: Sacred Texts of the World’s Religions, HarperSanFrancisco, 1995

Recommended Texts:

Dockery, Goodwin, Goodwin, The Student Bible Dictionary, Barbour Publishing, Inc., Uhrichsville, OH, 2000,, ISBN 978-1-57748-985-6 It’s full of historical information, maps, comparative tables and lists. Lots of visuals.

Bierlein, J. F., Parallel Myths: A Fascinating Look at the Common Threads Woven Through the World’s Greatest Myths-And the Central Role They Have Played Through Time, A Ballantine Wellspring Book, Random House Publishing Group, New York, 1994






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Registration closes at 7:00am on Wednesday May 15th, 2024


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