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Offline yilmaz k

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The Holly Qur'an and Astrology
« on: January 05, 2009, 07:04:43 PM »
The Holly Qur'an and Astrology
(This is from one of European award winning astrology book)

"Salomon disbelieved not;but devils disbelieved,teaching mankind magic and
that which was revealed to the angles in Babel,Harut and Marut.
Nor did they(the two angles) teach it to anyone till they had said:"we are
only a temptation,therefore disbelieve not(in the guidance of Allah)."

                                            The Holly Qur'an,2:102

We shall show them our portents upon the horizons and within themselves until
it will be manifest unto them that it is the Truth.
                                     
                                            The Holly Qu'ran,41;53

XIII Century Rumi(Whirling dervis) in his book Mesnevi saying;

"People's habits, characters,temperaments are programmed by the influences
of the stars"

 yilmaz

Offline yilmaz k

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Re: The Holly Qur'an and Astrology
« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2009, 11:41:55 AM »
Hi, Maz :

I am referring to The holly Qur'an , whereas you are looking confirmation from Bible - second book what we believe after Roman Empire accepted Christianity as a state religion(around 325 A.D) did some changes in the monastery of Iznik in Turkey to control masses.. This is what I believe , this is what we know sure, however this is not place to discuss it...

>>Other books about astrology I can not discuss in Noel Forum out of respect...Please private email me about ,then I can send it to you...

>>>I just changed my resident , and I have lots quotation from Qur'an about astrology ,if I can find it with time I can send them to you.

yilmaz


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Re: The Holly Qur'an and Astrology
« Reply #2 on: January 11, 2009, 07:59:24 AM »
Dear Yilmaz,

you are obviously talking about the Nicaea (in Bithynia) first ecoumenical council. There was not such a name as "Iznik" back then (325 CE)  and not even a Turkish country. The area was Byzantine and it was not before the 10th century CE. that the Turks started descending in this area, coming over from central Asia, militarily conquering Byzantium and Constantinople (in 1453 CE) and then establishing the Turkish empire. We should be more precise when stating historical facts.   

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Re: The Holly Qur'an and Astrology
« Reply #3 on: January 11, 2009, 09:14:27 AM »
Dear Ifestion,

This is because religious matter I did not want to go too deep into it. What do you think, I was born there and finished University  there I do not know history around there ?  Iznik is today's name .. Just short cut answer, we can't go too deep into it in an astrological Forum ...