“For the first time in four hundred years, academic degrees in Astrological Arts and Sciences were awarded to the first graduating class of Kepler College” in Washington state. Did it take 400 years to graduate?
Kepler College is an important part of the astrological and academic communities. For the astrological community, Kepler College offers a rigorous liberal arts education based on astrology. For the academic community, Kepler College works to reintroduce astrology as a legitimate subject of study.
One of the duties of this professorship was to make astrological predictions. Despite his earlier efforts at horoscopes, he wrote “a mind accustomed to mathematical deduction, when confronted with the faulty foundations (of astrology) resists a long, long time, like an obstinate mule, until compelled by beating and curses to put its foot into that dirty puddle” (ref 1, page 245). Nevertheless, he predicted a cold winter, and an invasion by the Turks. Both predictions turned out to be correct. He was treated with a new respect, and his salary was increased.
He was ahead of his time. And ours.
Update: I forgot that Amritas got this item from Grant Jones, who wants to see a college of alchemy and leeching.