Astrology is the study of the relationship between the movements of the stars and their impact on people and events. In Islamic thinking, astrology is divided into two branches: polytheistic and lawful.
Astrology in Popular Culture
Polytheistic astrology has exploded in popularity in recent years, and it has become a tool for altering peoples perceptions of Allah. Private institutes have been established, and books, periodicals, and newspapers have been produced under a variety of titles, including Whats in the Stars for You? and Whats in the Stars for You? In order to advertise such an enticing commodity that often appeals to the uninformed audience, Constellations and many others. A sincere Muslim should avoid this form of astrology because if he does not, he will most likely be expelled from Islam entirely.
The scientific study of stars is used to determine and fix time divisions such as months and seasons, as well as compass directions. This is known as astronomy in modern times, and it is legal because it is based on established calculations that can help estimate the hours of mandated prayers and other religious duties that must be observed at specific times.