Earth Cycles: The Scientific Evidence for Astrology

Table of Contents
1 Introduction
2 Natural Astrology: The Physical Science of Antiquity
3 Prehistoric Sky Watching and the Origins of Science
The Babylonians:
  Natural Astrology Lays the Foundation for Western Science
5 Archaeo-Astrology: Astronomy Encoded in Calendars and Myth
6 The Greco-Roman Period
7 The Medieval Era
8 Renaissance Europe
  The Almanac: Natural Astrology Survives the Transition toModern Times
9 Johannes Kepler:
The First "Great Scientist" -- and the Last Great Natural Astrologer
10 The Scientific Revolution: 17th and 18th Centuries
19th Century
11 The Modern Era Begins
12 Sunspots and Planetary Influence
13 Meteors, Comets, and the Aurora Borealis
Early 20th Century 1900-1960
14 Sunspots and Planetary Tides
15 The Moon
16 Earthquakes and Volcanoes
The Experimental 1960s and 70s
17 Lunar Cycles
18 Meteors Comets and Velikovsky
19 Volcanoes, Earthquakes, and a few Moonquakes
20 Sunspots
21 Milankovitch Cycles and Long-Term Climate Change
22 Modern Debunking of Astrology
The Late 20th Century -- 1980s and 1990s
23 Post-Modern Uncertainties, Revivals and Revisionism
24 Cycles of Climate, Global Catastrophes and Mass Extinctions
25 Cycles of the Moon
26 Seismic Activity and Volcanic Eruptions
27 Planetary Cycles
28 El Niño
29 Solar Cycles
Early 21st Century
30 The Scientific Basis of Natural Astrology: The Evidence Continues to Build

Appendix: Preserving the Historical Record

Author Index
Subject Index