This is the source of your ignorance Giuseppe. Astrotheology is not limited to Zodiac worship, but incorporates all aspects of celestial worship irrespective of its specific purpose.sorry, it is not astrotheology. The term "Zodiac" is not mentioned, in any quote above, to prove where is the cosmic cross in the mind of the early Christians.
What's more, by even basic Christian hermeneutics, the disciples were interpreted as being represented by the Zodiac. The reason for this goes back to Jewish views of the Twelve Tribes of Israel were represented in the Zodiac.
Hell, even as a rank comparison, Herakles's labours were interpreted as being emblematic of the sun's course through the Zodiac, and Justin, Ignatius and Clement call Christ a Hercules, a great athlete who runs his course.
There is supplemental comparisons, such as the soul's of saints and patriarchs being stars, and angels being stars (see Theophilus of Antioch).
Hell, didn't Irenaeus even accuse the Valentinians of redubing the Zodiac as their Aeons?
Even Stuart's (and consequently my own) interpretation of the eclipse of 118 ad is astrotheological. It's viewing the celestial realm as a reflection of the earthly realm. What happens it it will happen on earth.
You are continuously pushing on a door that reads 'pull'.