Explore Astrology and Navigate Stars through Online Academic Writers

Here is a guest post from Eveline Brown on Astrology:

Astrology is an age-old science that has fascinated people for ages. It is the study of the locations of celestial objects. Astrologers study them and explain how they affect humanity and natural occurrences. Deeper exploration of the astrological mysteries has been more popular in recent years. People study the field both as an academic pursuit and as a tool for life guidance.

The emergence of online academic writers has helped explore the field better. They have given students an exceptional opportunity to study the interesting field of astrology. Through the help of professional writers, learners pay to write an essay. This allows them to explore the field more deeply.

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Why it is important to use academic writers to improve understanding of astrology

In modern times, there is a gap that needs to be delinked. Learners need to differentiate between the study of stars and the traditional mystic art. Online writers offer useful insights into all astrological aspects. They bring insights from historical, scientific, and cultural aspects. Historical astrology may not perfectly fit into modern academic systems. Yet, it is necessary to study traditional astrological books. They allow us to see how the old-age concepts fit into modern science. It helps a learner stay informed and get a multifaceted perspective of the concepts.

It is important to note that the desire for knowledge in the modern educational context goes beyond the traditional contexts. When learners engage in the study of stars, they often come across complex concepts that need quality paper from expert essay writers. They need to understand how to translate complicated concepts into useful insights. The need to pay someone to write my essay becomes important at this juncture. They often close the gap between traditional mystical astrology and modern academic insights. Using the experts not only helps enhance knowledge about the field. It is also useful in promoting academic excellence. The support the experts offer in academics has an impact on every level of study.

How online writers help students learn beyond daily horoscopes

Astrology is often connected to daily horoscopes. Yet, there is much more than just using a person's zodiac sign to forecast their destiny. It can help look at an individual's character and interactions. Through the study of astrology and the stars, a college student can write about their life path.

They learn this by analyzing the placements of celestial planets at the moment of their birth. Astronomy lovers can gain access to in-depth interpretations and descriptions of astrological themes from books. To discover more, they can pay for essays to get quality help from online academic writers. This can assist them to go beyond a basic understanding of the field.

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Applying astrological knowledge to educational goals

This field is not just for personal discovery. It can be included in school curricula to improve learner understanding of science, math, and cultural history. Online academic writers provide a wide range of paper writing services.  A learner can order the service of a research paper.

They may also pay essay writers to get a quality paper about astrology. The research and writing experience of the writer helps a lot. With it, the learner better understands the astrological principles. This offers students a chance to research further and engage with the study in a deeper way. It helps them achieve their educational goals better.


What role do online writers play in research?

This study is a discipline that is always changing. In each decade, there are fresh findings and perspectives. With their experience in research, online paper service writers play a crucial role. They make a substantial contribution to the growth of astrological information. These quality writers are essential to extending the scope and depth of the science.

They could investigate the cultural importance of astrology in various civilizations. They could also examine the historical roots of astrological traditions. They may assess the influence of celestial phenomena on human behavior. Their contribution can help learners in college engage more and study deeper about this field.

How online paper writers benefit the study of astrology

  • Offering customized insights that meet specific needs in astrological study.
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  • Availing deeper analysis by going beyond traditional horoscopes
  • Offering educational writing support when learners need it most.
  • Allowing customized learning where students choose specific topics of interest when ordering papers.


More college students are desiring to study astrology today. Beyond studying books, online writers can help them understand the subject better. These experts research and write literary works that are full of insights. They expand the scope of study by explaining concepts that might look complicated to learners.


A Wild Cat May Be A Bad Omen

According to Atlas Obscura, there are quite a few superstitions concerning animals.

The animal world is full of harbingers of doom—at least, according to superstitions. From the Tower of London’s ravens (whose departure would signal the fall of an entire nation) to the average black cat crossing your unlucky path, plenty of critters warn of woe. In Ominous Animals, we explore the lore—and the science—behind these finned, furry, and feathered messengers of impending calamity.

A tiny spotted feline, often smaller than the average house cat, with a bushy tail and big eyes, moves through temperate forest and farmland in southern Chile. Despite its adorable appearance, a mere glimpse of the animal—the kodkod—may cause a farmer to fear for their livelihood, or even their life. According to some Indigenous Mapuche stories in Chile, seeing the pocket-sized predator could spell famine, disease, or death. The kodkod is notorious for raiding chicken coops.

According to a 2013 paper in the Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine, superstitions about the kodkod are common in rural areas. Interviews with local students and Mapuche community members in southern Chile revealed that some people believed the cat had supernatural abilities, such as being impervious to bullets, or ripping off the heads of chickens to drink their blood—an exaggeration likely rooted in the tiny feline’s preference for eating only the neck and head of its poultry prey.

But the kodkod offers benefits as well: The tiny cats hunt the rodents that carry hantaviruses, which can cause potentially fatal infections in humans. If conservation campaigns are successful, the cat may one day be known as the cutest pest controller, rather than an omen of catastrophe.


One Secret to Longer Life Is ..... Sleeping!

According to Yahoo News, one surprising secret to longevity: sleeping.

Here's what the science says -

Relaxation could help you live longer. Whether you’re taking a leisurely stroll around your favorite shady park or carving out five minutes during your lunch break for meditation, science shows it’s time to prioritize rest. And there’s no better time to do it: 34% of Americans say that their level of stress is “completely overwhelming most days,” according to a poll by the American Psychological Association.

Chronic surges of stress hormones can take a significant toll on your overall well-being, setting the stage for life-shortening health issues like cardiovascular disease and cancer. Thankfully, relaxation can curb those hormonal spikes to support longevity.

The good news: Relaxation can make a real difference by curbing stress hormones and ultimately supporting longevity. Here are five facts science has revealed about how relaxation could add years to your life.

1. Residents of 'Blue Zone' regions prioritize sleep and relaxation

There are five areas in the world where people consistently live to be over 100 years old: the so-called Blue Zones. There are lifestyle commonalities among these five regions — Ikaria in Greece, Okinawa in Japan, the Ogliastra region on the Italian island of Sardinia, Loma Linda in California and Nicoya Peninsula in Costa Rica — that are often touted as the playbook for better health and, of course, longevity.

And rest is at the center of their healthy lifestyle. Centenarians from Blue Zone regions not only get a solid seven to nine hours of sleep each night, but they also take frequent naps.

Researchers have found that people who live in Blue Zones enjoy movement naturally throughout their day-to-day, have a sense of purpose, have stress-busting routines (like happy hour or naps) and generally belong to a faith-based community.

Dana Udall, a licensed mental health care provider and chief clinical officer of Headspace, tells Yahoo Life these “meditative or contemplative” practices are ways of regulating the body to decrease its stress response. “Also, coming together in community has been shown to have a host of benefits, including decreasing loneliness and depression and increasing longevity as well,” she adds.

2. Regularly engaging in 'waking rest' can be as restorative as sleep

Science has long celebrated quality sleep as a way to boost longevity. But living longer isn't just about napping. Consider waking rest — defined as quiet, reflective time that gives the brain a chance to acknowledge and work through thoughts that occur spontaneously. Studies show that ways to relax and restore the body and mind can boost immunity, self-control and the ability to retain information — all aspects of health that can add years to one’s life.

The alternative isn't pretty. Dr. Elizabeth Sharp, CEO and medical director of the New York City-based concierge medical practice Health Meets Wellness, tells Yahoo Life, “Poor sleep is a fast track to factors that can negatively impact health and longevity: increased levels of inflammation, poor eating habits, decreased levels of physical activity and mood changes, including symptoms of depression and anxiety.”

In a 2019 letter published in the journal Sleep, researchers noted that “waking rest can be incorporated into one’s life not only during periods of insomnia but also during the day to facilitate mental rejuvenation,” and “creating time for waking rest may be especially important for our feelings and emotional control and may help remedy various mental health and sleep problems.” They conclude: “We need to make waking rest culturally acceptable to increase health and well-being for our generation and those to come.”

Serena Poon, a longevity wellness expert, tells Yahoo Life that wakeful rest is just as helpful to overall health and longevity as sleep, because it activates the parasympathetic nervous system, a network of nerves that aids in rest.

And engaging in regular wakeful rest activity — something as simple as a daily meditation practice, especially before bed — can help combat symptoms of stress and can help you live longer, adds Sharp.

3. Meditating can slow cellular aging

Science also shows just how powerful a meditation practice can be to slow cellular aging: Research published in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences found that meditative practices can lower stress hormones and reduce oxidative stress, which can damage cells, proteins and DNA and is linked to various life-shortening diseases (such as diabetes, cancer and neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's). “When we meditate, we are lowering our blood pressure, heart rate and oxygen consumption, which results in higher energy levels and better immunity and sleep,” Udall says.

A similar analysis published in Frontiers in Immunology, which analyzed 18 previously published studies, found that mind-body practices like meditation and breathing exercises appeared to suppress the expression of genes and genetic pathways that promote chronic inflammation, which can take a toll on physical and mental health.

Udall notes that the beauty of meditation is that it doesn’t take long to prove beneficial. “Training your mind to be in the present, to be aware, to be welcoming of whatever comes up, can immediately decrease stress and can boost mood and focus and concentration in a very short period of time,” she says. “You don't have to meditate for 20 or 40 minutes every day. You can build up a practice that is really a few minutes.”

4. Slow, controlled breathing has been linked to longevity

Maximize your heart rate variability (HRV) and potentially live longer. That is according to research in the journal Breathe, which finds that controlled slow breathing practices appear to be an effective way to maximize HRV, or the variance in the timing between each heartbeat.

The study finds that "controlled, slow breathing appears to be an effective means of maximizing HRV and preserving autonomic function, both of which have been associated with decreased mortality in pathological states and longevity in the general population."

In other words, breathing slowly activates the parasympathetic nervous system, which slows the heart rate and reduces blood pressure and could help you live longer.

“On the flip side, reduced heart rate variability is tied to immune dysfunction, inflammation, cardiovascular disease and mortality,” says Poon.

5. Spending time in nature can reduce life-threatening diseases

Getting outside is study-proven to offer a bevy of benefits that could prolong your life. Using data from the U.S.-based Nurses’ Health Study prospective cohort, which studied approximately 100,000 women nationwide, Harvard researchers found that women who lived in areas with the highest level of greenness had a 12% lower rate of death compared with women whose homes had the lowest level of greenness. They even broke it down further, finding:

  • 13% lower rate for cancer mortality

  • 35% lower mortality related to respiratory disease

  • 41% lower rate for kidney disease mortality

Another review, published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, notes that time in nature decreases depression and anxiety, improves cognitive function and helps prevent chronic disease. “These are all important factors of living a long and healthy life,” says Poon.

These benefits may be attributed to the fact that spending time in green spaces has also been shown to decrease stress levels, she points out.


Why Connecticut is Exonerating Witches

Little-known victims of witch trials may finally receive justice


In 1642 colonial Connecticut adopted a list of 12 capital crimes, which included murder, kidnapping, treason—and witchcraft. Five years later Alse Young was the first person recorded in colonial America to be executed for the crime of witchcraft. On May 26th 1647 she was hanged on the grounds of the Hartford meeting house, now the site of Old State House. Ten other people were executed for witchcraft in Connecticut and more than 30 people were indicted for it between 1647 and 1697. More than 375 years after Young was executed, her absolution may be nigh.

Last month a judiciary committee of the state legislature agreed to consider a resolution that would exonerate those accused of witchcraft in Connecticut. At a hearing on March 1st William Schloat, a nine-year-old, testified that he wished he had a time machine so he could help the accused. John Kissel, a Republican state senator, wondered about the state’s role in any exoneration, since the trials took place before the United States existed, when Connecticut was a colony: “Once you go down that path, where does it end?” Luther Weeks, a descendant of a deacon who may have been involved in the prosecutions, countered that the state had no issue celebrating the positive aspects of colonial history; it needed to acknowledge the dark side, too.

Many accused of witchcraft were vulnerable. Unmarried pregnant woman were frequent targets. Young, a new arrival, may have been targeted because some thought she caused an outbreak of influenza. Beth Caruso, co-founder of the Connecticut Witch Trial Exoneration Project, made up of amateur historians and descendants, says her husband’s ancestor was found guilty of bewitching a gun that had accidentally killed someone three years earlier, even though she was not there. Some may have been coerced into confessing. Many met their end at the gallows. Others faced the ducking test: suspected witches were dropped into water; the innocent sank and the guilty floated.

Sarah Jack, co-host of “Thou Shalt Not Suffer”, a witch-trial podcast, discovered three years ago that she was a descendant of Winifred Benham, the last person accused of witchcraft in Connecticut. “I was confused,” she says. “I had no idea there were more witch trials in New England outside of Salem.” Schoolchildren learn about the witch trials that took place in neighbouring Massachusetts. Arthur Miller, a playwright, used the trials of 1692 as an allegory of the anti-Communist panic. Salem, the heart of the hysteria, has embraced its history and become a kitschy, witchy tourist spot, with plenty of wands for sale.

Massachusetts has made several efforts to atone. In 1702 the General Court of Massachusetts declared the trials unlawful. A decade later the state overturned the convictions. In 1957 and 2001 more alleged witches were exonerated. Thanks to the efforts of children working on a history project, the last accused witch in Massachusetts was cleared of wrongdoing last summer. Also last year Nicola Sturgeon, then Scotland’s first minister, issued a posthumous apology to the thousands of people persecuted as witches in Scotland.

But in Connecticut efforts have been successful only on the local level. The town council in Windsor, where Young lived, exonerated her in 2017. Proponents of the bill hope a history trail remembering those accused would be meaningful. Some say lawmakers have more pressing matters to deal with than exonerating those dead for nearly four centuries. Jane Garibay, who introduced the bill in the state’s House of Representatives, says exoneration has been a long time coming, and that any injustice is worth putting right. “It was a wrong,” she says. The bill is “saying we’re sorry”.

ChatGPT Looks at March 2023 for Sagittarians

ChatGPT is a free Artificial Intelligence software where you can ask questions and a computer will give you an answer. I was intrigued and wanted to see how it might handle a question on astrology. So I asked the question: What can we expect for Sagittarians in March 2023?

Here is the reply:

As an AI language model, I do not have the ability to predict the future with certainty as it is uncertain and constantly changing. However, I can provide some general insights and advice based on the traits and characteristics associated with Sagittarians.

Sagittarians are known for their adventurous spirit and love for exploration. In March 2023, they may feel the urge to break out of their routine and try something new. This could be a good time to plan a trip or take on a new hobby or interest. Sagittarians should follow their intuition and listen to their inner voice when making decisions about what to do next.

In terms of career and work, Sagittarians may experience some changes or challenges in March 2023. This could be a time for them to reevaluate their goals and priorities and make adjustments as needed. Sagittarians should be open to learning new skills and taking on new responsibilities in order to grow and develop professionally.

In relationships, Sagittarians may experience some turbulence or conflict in March 2023. It's important for them to communicate openly and honestly with their loved ones and work through any issues that arise. Sagittarians should also focus on building strong and supportive friendships during this time.

Overall, March 2023 may be a time of growth and change for Sagittarians. They should be open to new experiences and challenges, and trust in their ability to navigate any obstacles that come their way.

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