Just because the £5.00 note in my pocket is fake, it doesn't follow the one in your pocket is also fake. It also doesn't mean all £5.00 notes are fake & there are no real ones. Similarly, existence of astrology does not mean no prophecy exists. My point is to shift discussion away from red-herrings ie people believe in astrology therefore x,y,z to an open examination of Bible prophecy. The Bible either has prophecy or it doesn't, that astrology exists is irrelevant.<quoted text>
If you could read the Bible and predict events that will happen in the future with statistically significant accuracy that would demonstrate the validity of Bible prophecy , but if you merely match events that have already happened to Bible passages that is merely hindsight bias. People that believe in astrology routinely use hindsight bias to fit their horoscope predictions to actual events in their lives, while scientific studies show that there is no scientific validity to astrological predictions.
Men become superstitious not because they have too much imagination, but because they are not aware they have any. George Santayana
With the above said, are you prepared to look at whether or not the Bible has prophecy? Like I said, it either does or it does not & if you are prepared to look with that frame of mind I'm happy to oblige.