International Astrology Day is celebrated on the Northward (March) equinox. The date varies year to year between March 19–22, though it usually falls on March 20 or March 21. From 2010-2020 it will occur on March 20th.
Astrology is the study of the movements, and relative positions, of celestial bodies and interpreting that as having an influence on human affairs and the natural world.
The Northward equinox is considered the first day of the astrological year. It’s the day the sun enters the astrological sign of Aries, and marks the beginning of the Tropical Zodiac.
This day was created by The Association For Astrological Networking (AFAN) in 1993, from an outgrowth of the “Astrology Awareness Weekends”. The goals include expanding networking opportunities for astrologers worldwide and promoting positive aspects of astrology to the media.
AFAN co-ordinates lectures and events worldwide.
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