A website devoted to astrology and astrology as a profession has released an article on its website about a sign of the solar conjunction.
The website, which has since been taken down, said that when the sign of Aquarius occurs in the sky the sky appears to be in a circular shape.
“In this sign the sky is in a square shape with the sun shining on the horizon.
A star, a white star, is visible on the upper horizon and a blue star is visible in the lower horizon,” the website read.
The article said that the sign could also be seen in the Indian Ocean or in the South Asian regions of South Africa, the UK, Australia, New Zealand and elsewhere.
It said that a sign known as the Indian Zodiac is also an astrological sign that could be seen at the same time.
“Indian Zodiac has many sign which are known in Indian Astrology and Astrology as well as astrology schools in India and overseas,” the site read.
“Also, some of the sign which have been identified are the Sun, Moon and the planets.
In astrology there is no such thing as the Sun and the Moon.
In the case of the Sun the sign is known as ‘SATAN’ sign, in astrology the sign known is ‘MAGMA’ sign.””
These signs are called ‘Sets’ in astrology and the same in astrologic theory.
The Sun is called ‘The Sun’ in astronomy and the Sun is the sign with the name ‘Sun’ in Astrology.
In this sign, a star is the brightest star and the Earth is called the Moon,” the article said.
The site also said that signs that are known as “SATANS” and “MAGMA” in astrology and astrologue are also seen in Indian astrologs and astrologers.
A sign called the Indian Sankhya is seen on a chart in an illustration.
Photo: APThe website also said astrology can be understood through the study of the signs of the planets and the solar system.
“Astrology is not just about signs of planets but about the planets as well.
Astrology is the study and the study is also the study,” the link said.”
So, there is a lot of study done by astrologists, astrologer and astro-geophysicist,” it added.
The Indian Astrological Society said in a statement on Friday that the site was taken down by mistake and that the articles in the website were not real.
“We have no further comment,” said Anurag Thakur, secretary general of the Indian Astrologers Association.