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Medical Astrology Galactic Code Understanding the Galactic Energies of the Human Biological Systems

By Tatiana Galperina Schneider, MD, Ph.D
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Medical Astrology: Galactic Code describes the fascinating discovery of the Galactic Code. As the genetic code composes proteins from nucleic acids, the Galactic Code forms the structures for the main biological systems from the energies of the constellations of the Zodiac. The Human systems form the Zodiac Ecliptic around each person similar to the one in the sky. This “Human Ecliptic” determines the major energies of the body and its biological systems. The Human Ecliptic determines the stages of the human development, the stages of the influence of the nervous system and the human temperaments. The cardinal cross shows the influence of the elements on the work of the body. The theory combines astrological, medical and psychological sciences and is a mind-expanding read.

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