Concept Of Horoscopes

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Introduction: Horoscopes means a prediction of a person's future, typically including a definition of character and situations, founded on the relative positions of the stars and planets at the time of that person's birth. All Muslims should believe in Taqdeer and Allah create and control our Taqdeer. He decides good and bad for his creatures. Without Him no one can brings good luck and no one can tell or see human future. Explore the concept of horoscopes from an Islamic perspective: Everyone who has anything to do with these matters is to apologize to Allah and ask for His mercy, and to depend only on Allah and to set their belief in Him in all their activities, even as following the real means that are prescribed or allowed in sharee‘ah.…show more content…
Since horoscopes is mainly used to foreseeing the future, those who practice it are considered fortune-tellers. As a result, one who pursues his/her horoscope comes under the presiding contained in the Prophet (SA)…show more content…
The western version of the zodiac is introduced during the Hellenistic period and that influenced by Greek. The identical design persists elsewhere at other eras of history. Greek texts to medieval Europe, work of the astrologers were forgotten due to wide spread of Arabic scholarship, and it continue until the age of science. Again in the 20th century, astrology is thriving in most parts of the world. India is a country that never lost the astrological appeal. Every important steps of human life (marriage, birth and death) drawn up by horoscopes. In western countries, the horoscopes/ astrology viewed rather more as light-hearted self-indulgence. But we still find that most popular newspapers pays to keep a resident astrologer. There is a verse from the Holy Qur’an says, from Surah Maidah, Ch. 5, V. 90… (Arabic)….‘Having intoxicants, worshiping anyone besides Allah (SWT), and fortune telling… these are Satan’s handiwork – Abstain from such handiwork, that ye may prosper’. Allah Most High says:  "Pursue not that which you have no knowledge of" (Quran 17:36)  "[He is] the Knower of the Unseen, and discloses not His unseen to anyone except to a messenger with him He is please" (Quran
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