Astrology depends on assigning predictable rotations of the planets and the sun in the backdrop of constellations from birth onwards. But ALL the Stars are in motion so the Earth has literally never been in the same space twice. In a million years even the constellations won't be the same, then how could Astrology be a science? Who will modify it and develop it? Psychics? The whole ridiculousness of this argument for astrology indicates it probably started as a more developed form of the primitive tendency to seek to forecast the future using stones, turtle shells etc. of which even the I Ching is a later development. The following is an extract on an article from CNN in which a scientist explains how the galaxy works. Notice that no planet or star has been in the same place twice so astrology can't be predictive in nature because the future would always be changing - since the stars are changing position - while the "science" it is based in doesn't, i.e. Astrology assumes for all time what the planets and constellations signify in a non-physical & non-scientific sense). Note: Astrology may also be the remnants of the star gazing knowledge of an ancient culture, mostly lost in a comet 12,800 years ago (Science Article), mixed in with more primitive/childish beliefs.
Extract from CNN (See same news on a Fox Affiliate): While astronomers are still learning how stars rotate around the center of the galaxy, ultimately everything in our galaxy is spinning around the black hole at its center. The stars closer to the center spin faster, while those in the outer regions spin more slowly. Our solar system is in one of the galaxy's spiral arms and the whole arm travels together around the galaxy, including the other stars in our "neighborhood," Christiansen said.
I actually made a slightly updated version to address some of the critiques of the original (updated the period of rotation of the Galaxy, took out plesiosaurs since THEY'RE NOT ACTUALLY DINOSAURS JESSIE WHAT KIND OF NERD ARE YOU ANYWAY?!) pic.twitter.com/LjLW6k5IGU— Dr. Jessie Christiansen (@aussiastronomer) November 7, 2019
CNN(See same news on a Fox Affiliate): Earth was on the other side of the galaxy when dinosaurs reigned