LONDON — It’s not the most obvious solution for alleviating the strain on Britain’s over-stretched healthcare system, but one member of parliament thinks using astrology could ease pressure on doctors.
Astrology, which was invented in the 2nd millennium B.C., has been defined as the study of connections that exist between the positions of the planets at the moment of a person’s birth and that person’s character and development.
“90% of pregnant French women use homeopathy. Astrology is a useful diagnostic tool enabling us to see strengths and weaknesses via the birth chart.”
Last year, he told the House of Commons: “I am absolutely convinced that those who look at the map of the sky for the day that they were born and receive some professional guidance will find out a lot about themselves and it will make their lives easier.” Check your horoscopes: British lawmaker says using astrology would help doctors