This article has been updated to include comments from Dr. Raul Ruiz, president of the National Astrology Association, who said he is not surprised that some in the community do not believe in astrology.
“I’m a Jewish doctor.
I think it’s important to look at the history.
The history is there for all to see.
I would hope that when we look at a person, we can understand that person,” Ruiz said.
“It’s important for us to remember that, in the Jewish religion, we are called to the service of humanity.”
The Jewish people have been known to take a very holistic view of life, said Dr. Joseph L. Pappas, a professor of Hebrew at Temple University.
“If we can learn something from the Jewish people, we should learn from them,” Pappans said.
Athlons and other astrology charts are a major source of information for Jewish scholars, many of whom study astrology for religious and spiritual reasons.
In the Hebrew language, astrology is used to guide the daily lives of Israelites.
Astrologers use the charts to track celestial events and forecast the future, according to the Hebrew-language Hebrew University Press.
In a 2014 book, The Astrology of Astrology: How to Use the Guide, Dr. Yitzhak Rabinowit wrote that the ancient Hebrews had been astrologers.
The book also said that the Hebrews were astrologists because they believed in astrology and that astrology helped them navigate the world.
The Hebrews, according the book, “were a highly sophisticated civilization and their astrologeical practice was a significant contribution to the understanding of the cosmos.”