correspondent, that when people blew their noses, those organs fell off; on the very same day, the Turks marched in and destroyed much of the country between Vienna and Neustat.
Astronomers today continue to deny that such a great scientist as Kepler could have believed in astrology, and are quick to quote his throwaway line about how astronomy - the sensible mother - benefits from the popularity of her foolish daughter, astrology. However, there is plenty of evidence to demonstrate that Kepler accepted the idea of astrological forecasting and horoscopes in general. In April 1599, he wrote to his friend and colleague Johann Herwart to ask,
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