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Hill explains that the signs were mapped onto the body from the head to the toes, with the first sign of the Zodiac (Aries) at the top and the last sign (Pisces) at the bottom. These astrological-anatomical connections were intended for extremely practical purposes when medical astrology was at its height. For instance, if a doctor was helping a patient with colitis, they'd connect that condition to Virgo, since that sign rules the intestines. Then they'd look to see what planet was in Virgo at the moment, as that would give them a better idea of the root of the problem (Mars, Hill says, would indicate inflammation or aggravation in the intestines). Once they determined the sign and planet, the doctor would be able to prescribe a specific set of medicinal herbs to the patient. Hill is quick to clarify that, just because you're a Leo (which is believed to rule the heart and spine), that doesn't mean you're doomed to be afflicted with back pain for your entire life. More accurately, the parts of the body that your sign rules are simply points of emphasis — not necessarily illness. You could be Leo with a strong back and great cardio just as easily as you could be a Leo whose blood pressure could use some maintaining. Contemporary medical astrologers aren't as commonplace as they once were, but the practice hasn't died out altogether. Hill cites a continued interest in the discipline among naturopaths, practitioners of holistic medicine, and even the rare MD. But even if you aren't a medical practitioner (or astrologer, for that matter), you can still find meaning in exploring medical astrology for yourself.
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