NEW YORK — New York is the birthplace of astrology.
It’s also where it all began.
From the dawn of time, astrology has been a part of the popular consciousness of the country.
The world’s first “book of astrological signs” was written by Greek astrologer Aristophanes in the fourth century BC.
Its original purpose was to describe the signs of the zodiac and astrology is still widely used in modern day.
In addition to its history and roots, Astrology is a world-renowned art form.
It was also the subject of the film, “The Astrology of the Gods,” which premiered in 2017.
The show “The Astronomer’s Apprentice” is based on the book.
It follows a man named Mark, who has been asked to sign a piece of paper for a fortune-teller.
Mark is a successful businessman and the astrologers fortune-telling skills are his.
Mark meets the astroler and they have a conversation about the sign of the Zodiac.
Astrology’s popularity grew quickly, with more than 70 million copies of the book sold and its popularity spread across the world.
It was a huge success, with the astrology book having sold more than 200 million copies worldwide.
In the years that followed, astrologists started making more copies of their books and started making money on the side.
And in the 1990s, astrolers began creating their own series of astrologes called the “Astrology of their Lives.”
The Astrologers Apprentice has sold more copies than any other series ever, with over 100 million copies sold.
The show’s success has also given birth to several books based on astrology’s story, including “The Moon of the Sky,” a new book by New York based astrologist, Peter Mazzucato.
Mazzucaro started his career in the 1960s and has written numerous books, including a collection of astro-logical essays, “How to Create Your Own Astrology,” which has been published by Penguin Random House.
Astrology has also made its way to the movies, where it has been adapted for television.
The latest film, starring Emma Stone and Leonardo DiCaprio, is set to hit theaters in 2018.