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Everything about the 7 Day Week

The Dayology Timeline

Yes, Dayology is new on the scene, but it happens to be old as well. These events, creations and individuals have all contributed to our awareness regarding the seven-fold nature of creation. Dayology is a new typology system which uses the seven days of the week to understand human nature. As individuals explore the day of the week upon which they were born, they discover there is a spiritual purpose to their life and a role that they can play in the greater picture.

     

Dayology,com went online on October 12, 2016. It began as a blog for Barbara Bianco to publish her day of the week  musings
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During the late 20th century Dane Rudhyar helped to integrate ageless astrological principles with modern psychology.
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Alice A. Bailey is the author of a set of esoteric books written from 1919-1949. She disclosed information about the seven rays.
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During the late 20th century Dane Rudhyar helped to integrate ageless astrological principles with modern psychology.
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Alan Leo is the author    of several astrology textbooks and the first astrology magazine. 
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Helena Blavatksy established the Theosophical Society in 1888 revealing the INNER spiritual Hierarchy.  
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The nursery rhyme Monday’s Child “foretells” the nature of children born on each day of the week.

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The Mulberry Bush rhyme relates the chores that had to be done on each day of the week.

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The Children of the Planets  was an accepted philosophical concept of  mid-fifteenth century Europe.

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Geoffrey Chaucer wrote the Canterbury Tales.  He was an accomplished astrologer.
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Constantine was responsible for making Sunday the most important day of the week.

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The Parapegma is a simple time keeping apparatus commonly used by Greeks.

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Genesis provides the  Hebraic/Christian seven-fold account of creation.
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The Babylonian Evil Days is an ancient tradition of refraining from work on Saturday.

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How does all of this strange and wonderful information connect and what does it mean?
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