I recently learned about astrology.
It’s the stuff of science fiction.
The astrological signs that define the world, the rules for how you relate to other people and the paths of your life.
And if you’re lucky, you may even get to meet an alien from another planet.
You might be reading about it, or you might be watching a movie about it.
If so, you’re in for a treat: Astrology Transits is a series of books that explore astrology’s history and the science of predicting the movements of stars.
Astrology Transitions: A Space Odyssey By Mark WaidAstrology is the science that tells us the path to our future, and how to make that future happen.
It tells us how to predict the next phase of the universe, where the stars are headed and how we should act to stop them.
For most people, astrology is a fun hobby, but for me it was also the first step in a life of exploration, and the birth of a new way of thinking about the cosmos.
Astrochronologists have long wondered how our universe was created.
And there’s little question that the stars that compose our galaxy were created by an explosion that took place about 8 billion years ago.
But as the universe has aged, the evidence of this explosion has been slowly accumulating.
This past summer, astronomers discovered that the star that created the Milky Way has a peculiar way of exploding, making a star that has a small, but detectable, signature.
What’s more, this signature has been spotted by a telescope in Australia, which is part of the Southern Hemisphere.
In the past few years, astrologers have been looking into the astrophysical effects of the collision of a supermassive black hole and a white dwarf star, called a black hole merger.
And they have found evidence that some of the stars in our galaxy are moving at a very different rate from the way they should be.
This is a fundamental question that is being asked by astrologists around the world: How can we know the planets are aligned so they will align with the stars we see in our sky?
Astrologers call this process transits, and it’s what’s being asked of us now.
In astrology, a transits means that the sign is on the other side of the zodiac sign, the sign of the planet, or sign of Pisces.
In astronomy, it means that it’s the opposite of that, meaning that the planets have changed their position in the sky.
This could mean that planets are moving out of the way, or are in the way of each other.
These are important questions for us to ask ourselves as we go forward.
If the planets were in alignment, then our universe would be much more stable.
If they were not aligned, the universe would have been in chaos.
But we know that the more planets we have, the less likely we are to have stable universes.
We need to ask, how does our universe align with other planets?
If we’re on a planet that’s on the zebra crossing, and we’re able to see the sun, what are the chances that our planets are lined up on the horizon?
Or if the planets don’t align at all, how likely is it that they align in the same way?
These questions are all important for astrologians to answer.
If we know how our planets and stars align, then we can better understand how we can create stable universes that have stable climates, and stable worlds.
This article originally appeared on New York magazine.