When did 'Age of Pisces' began? 2163 years ago; Age of Aquarius began in march- 2012

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  1. lorenhough

    lorenhough Well-Known Member

    A Malapropic Myth-raic Mass

    Sculpture showing Castor and Pollux the legend behind the third astrological sign in the Zodiac and the constellation of Gemini & The 'man' or 'angel' who holds the watering-pot;

    Message to the Church in Ephesus
    rev. 1:12-20. 7 golden lampstands eyes like fire words like water in his hand 7 stars fear not iam the 1st and the last behold I am alive for evermore and hold the keys to heaven and hell. the lamp shade is the church,
    Revelation 2:1 "To the angel of the church in Ephesus ...
    "To the angel of the church in Ephesus write: The One who holds the seven stars in His right hand, the One who walks among the seven golden 'lampstands'; or 'candlesticks':
    [​IMG] at the popes house
    An equinox occurs twice a year, around 20 March and 22 September
    when the eyes of the Sphinx saw the brightest star lambda aquari' in Aquarius
    hi Richard good stuff; here is something for ya.

    Richard said, 'I am not saying that the Age of Aquarius has necessarily begun, as for one thing this is supposedly several hundred years off according to the supposed zodiacal rules, for whatever those are worth. Similarly I make no claims as to know from the same dubious basis when the current Age of Pisces began, but we do know that the Christians adopted the evocative fish as their ‘secret’ meeting symbol, taking over culturally from Aries and Taurus before that in at least what was the respective dominant religious symbolizes of their day. We might ponder whether or not the sign of the fish in those early days was really only used by covert evangelical agents of the imperial cult involved in the long term transition from Caesar worship to Christianity? Then as now'. [ 6 female 6 males DM pike ]
    Behold I show you a great mystery.

    1Co 2:7 speak the wisdom of god in a mystery
    12 min. in first video answers your question. Randall Carlson presents "The Great Year"
    8 min. in talk about hidden #s in the bible.


    remember the cube in the gg stones?

    the cube 6 x 360 degrees =the total # of degrees 2160; the years in time in one age see 3 rd video below 11 min. in

    The 'man' or 'angel' who holds the watering-pot, Aquarius, started in year 2012 20 march equinox

    When the moon is in the Seventh House
    And Jupiter aligns with Mars
    Then peace will guide the planets
    And love will steer the stars
    This is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius

    Regulus (α Leo, α Leonis, Alpha Leonis) is the brightest star in the constellation Leo and one of the brightest stars in the night sky, lying approximately 79 light years from Earth;[​IMG][​IMG]
    Regulus is 0.46 degree from the ecliptic, the closest of the bright stars, and is regularly occulted by the Moon.

    Rēgulus The Greek variant Basiliscus is also used.Arabic قلب الأسد, meaning 'the heart of the lion'.
    In MUL.APIN, Regulus is listed as LUGAL, meaning "the star that stands in the breast of the Lion:the King.

    Some astrologers say the Age of Aquarius actually began in 2012. That’s because they believe the star Regulus in the constellation Leo the Lion [the heart of the lion sphinx] marked the ancient border between the constellations Leo and Cancer. This star moved to within 30o of the September equinox point in 2012, meaning that Regulus left the sign Leo to enter the sign Virgo in that year.

    Presuming equal-sized constellations in antiquity, that places the border of the constellations Pisces and Aquarius at 150o west of Regulus, or at the March equinox point. By this reckoning, the Age of Aquarius started in 2012. http://earthsky.org/human-world/when-will-the-age-of-aquarius-begin



    [​IMG] Path taken by the point of vernal equinox along the ecliptic over the past 6000 years

    for remembering the 12 signs of the zodiac in order. A traditional mnemonic:

    The ram, the bull, the heavenly twins,
    And next the crab, the lion shines,
    The virgin and the scales,
    The scorpion, archer, and the goat,
    And fish with glittering scales.

    Just as the Earth’s spin on its axis causes day and night and it’s annual orbit around the Sun is responsible for the ongoing cycle of the seasons, what if there is some greater celestial cycle, lasting thousands of years, slowly influencing the rise and fall of civilization across the globe?

    To many ancient cultures, the answers lie in the stars. In their view, time moved in a cyclical pattern, with human civilization and consciousness rising and falling as great ages came and went. Vedic scholars spoke of the Yuga Cycle, a great circular progression of ages; and Plato taught of a large cycle of time which would slowly return us to a “Golden Age”. He called this cycle: The Great Year.

    The Great Year investigates commonalities in these beliefs and looks back into time seeking answers to questions that still loom over science today. How far back do humankind’s roots really go? What did the ancients know about the stars and their movements and what can we learn from them? How was the Precession of the Equinox, the slow progression of the stars across the sky over thousands of years, used to mark the rise and fall of these great ages by the ancients? The Great Year examines this theory and finds that perhaps these ancients were really onto something!
    [​IMG]The One who holds the seven stars in His right hand; see the [​IMG]
    the One who walks among the seven golden 'lampstands'; or 'candlesticks':

    For more information please visit:

    Sacred Geometry International

    The Binary Research Institutie

    Randall Carlson presents "The Great Year" the big boys have 2 calendars 5:34 min days of rest
    7:50 Rev. the 144,000 redeemed, the cube is 2,160 days for each sign best part 9 min;
    ***** 13 min talk about the age we are in now**** 2nd video 8 min show the angel man Aq church
    =""<Hindu great year, oldest, Sumer; kings the great flood =""<sr here he talks about the bible before the flood, pentagon and cube. Plato

    if you watched at least the 1st of the above videos; then you are now ready for your next 'lesson'

    they built cities around the world to map the great year. this next v will blow your mind at 111

    1:11 min. in this video shows [ 1:17 min the speed of light] the point 0 in time of the great year [1:23 min] as the 'heart' of the Sphinx or the 'Lions heart' also the name for the star Regulus in the constellation Leo the Lion [the heart of the lion sphinx] were it looks into the sky & pyramid; you will love this! a must see this all comes from over 12'000 years ago; or before the Great Flood! InJoy


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  2. lorenhough

    lorenhough Well-Known Member

    Morals & Dogma Pike page 460-461
    4 great royal stars;

    Regulus; of Leo

    Aldebaran; in Taurus

    Antares; in Scorpio

    Fomalhaut; in the mouth of Pisces, which falls out of the 'water' of 'aquarius'

    [the man or angel out of his mouth water comes the fish= Caesar making up the pope?LH]

    scorpion Hebrew was a vulture or eagle.

    There is an astonishing coincidence between the characteristics assigned by Jacob to his sons and those signs of the Zodiac or the planets and that have their domicile in those signs.

    Reuben is compared to running water and answers to Aquarius his ensign being a man. the water poured out by Aquarius flows toward the south pole and is the 1st royal sign ascending from the winter solstice.
    According to the Book of Genesis, Reuben or Re'uven was the first and eldest son of Jacob with Leah. He was the founder of the Israelite Tribe of Reuben. Contents 1 ...

    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG] so we are in the Hebrew Zebulum age now, from Levi age
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  3. Richard Stanley

    Richard Stanley Administrator

    Thanks a lot Loren. It turns out that I have more material to add to all of this story, so your material may come in handy in that regard.

    I wonder why the signs and tribes in the circular diagram don't seem to match with the link's descriptions just above the diagram?
  4. lorenhough

    lorenhough Well-Known Member

    New world Order; 9-11-01
    1:45 min. They talk about who is dirty in 9-11 truth moment like Griffin, they say he is in the boys club etc on the Tim Kelly show.

  5. Richard Stanley

    Richard Stanley Administrator

    Thx Loren, I will check out the show, plus what you had posted before. I remember there was a lot of controversy when Griffin started out in the movement because of his Rockefeller connections. Things like this fed thoughts that perhaps 9/11 was meant to be exposed at some particular moment, such that it will/would bring down the government for what was intended to replace it.

    Yes, Judah is assigned the ruling symbol of the lion, so Leo. Many of the royal houses of Europe use this.

    I need to check out Joseph in that regard.

    You made this post title say that the age of Pisces began 2163 years ago, but where exactly is that referenced in the material?
  6. lorenhough

    lorenhough Well-Known Member

    When does the Age of Aquarius begin?
    By Bruce McClure and Deborah Byrd in HUMAN WORLD | February 22, 2017
    The Age of Aquarius starts when the vernal equinox point moves out of constellation Pisces and into Aquarius. When will that be? There’s no definitive answer.

    Leonardo da Vinci’s famous Vitruvian Man, a drawing created circa 1487, with the 7 chakras or energy centers indicated. Image via Wikimedia Commons

    When does the Age of Aquarius begin? And what is the Age of Aquarius? The Age of Aquarius is not part of astronomy. It’s an astrological age, which occurs because of a real motion of Earth known as the precession of the equinoxes, which, for example, causes the identity of the pole star to change over time. The cycle of precession lasts 25,800 years, and there are 12 constellations of the Zodiac. So, roughly every 2,150 years, the sun’s position at the time of the March, or vernal, equinox moves in front of a new Zodiac constellation. The Age of Aquarius begins when the March equinox point moves out of the constellation Pisces and into the constellation Aquarius. When will that be? There’s no definitive answer. Various interpretations give different answers to this often-asked question.

    The constellation Aquarius. Image via Hubble Source

    Age of Aquarius from astronomical perspective. First of all, we give the answer from an astronomical point of view. The International Astronomical Union (IAU) – which in the 20th century assumed the duty of officially naming and defining all things astronomical – created official constellation boundaries in 1930. From the perspective of astronomy, then, the beginning of the Age of Aquarius is based upon IAU constellation boundaries, which astrologers or New Age practitioners might or might not choose to use in their computations.

    According to the Belgian astronomer and mathematical wizard Jean Meeus (bio here), who does adhere to the IAU’s definitions, the sun at the March equinox passed from being in front of the constellation Aries and to being in front of the constellation Pisces in 68 B.C. Looking ahead, again according to Jean Meeus, the March equinox will cross over into the constellation Aquarius in 2597. Once again, these are the astronomical dates, based on IAU constellation boundaries established in 1930.

    Other interpretations for the beginning of the Age of Aquarius. The constellations as defined by the IAU are different sizes. Astrologers often like to divide the Zodiac into twelve equal sections. For example, the constellation Pisces – as defined by the IAU – spans more than 30o along the ecliptic, or sun’s annual path in front of constellations of the Zodiac.

    Astrologers, though, might disregard the span of the constellation Pisces on the sky’s dome, and instead regard an astrological age as a precise 30o shift of the March equinox in front of the backdrop stars.

    But even if you equalize the size of the signs of the Zodiac, you need to consider when the Age of Pisces started to be able to know when the Age of Aquarius begins. Apparently, there’s no firm consensus among astrologers as to when the Age of Pisces began, either. And thus there is no consensus as to when the Age of Aquarius begins. In The Book of World Horoscopes, Nicholas Campion suggests that approximated dates for entering the Age of Aquarius range from 1447 AD to 3597 AD. Campion also reviewed published material on the subject, from astrological sources. He says that most writers claim the Age of Aquarius arrived in the 20th century (29 claims). The 24th century is in second place (12 claims). Campion, by the way, is director of the Sophia Centre and Course Director of the MA in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology at the University of Wales, Lampeter. See Campion’s credentials here.

    Some astrologers say the Age of Aquarius actually began in 2012. That’s because they believe the star Regulus in the constellation Leo the Lion marked the ancient border between the constellations Leo and Cancer. This star moved to within 30o of the September equinox point in 2012, meaning that Regulus left the sign Leo to enter the sign Virgo in that year. Presuming equal-sized constellations in antiquity, that places the border of the constellations Pisces and Aquarius at 150o west of Regulus, or at the March equinox point. By this reckoning, the Age of Aquarius started in 2012.

    But again, although there is firm reckoning by many for the beginning of this astrological age, there is no agreement. Wikipedia lists what various writers have claimed.

    To reiterate, we at EarthSky look at the subject from an astronomical perspective. If any knowledgeable astrologers out there would like to show us other ways of determining the Age of Aquarius, please do! We welcome your comments.

    Terry MacKinnell responded to our above request, claiming that in ancient Babylon a new zodiacal constellation rising over the eastern horizon before Sunrise on the morning of the Northern Hemisphere spring equinox indicated the arrival of a New Age. Read more at An Age Old Mistake That Still Haunts Astrologers.
  7. Richard Stanley

    Richard Stanley Administrator

    Hmmm, I still don't see the claim for "2163 years ago", although that one contemporary astronomer claims 68 BCE.

    The Great Year examines not only how ancient cultures studied and documented astronomy, but also how these ancient records demonstrate cultural cycles of consciousness found throughout time.

    Specifically, the video re-introduces an idea presented thousands of years ago in Plato’s Timaeus and then again in The Holy Science by Sri Yukteswar, that a great 24,000-year astronomical cycle, including the precession of the equinox, may result from the relationship of our sun to a distant binary partner.

    The program takes a provocative look at this theory, presenting current observations and questioning modern-day explanations while promoting continued exploration in our search for knowledge.


    The so-called Platonic Year is 25,920, which appears certain to derive from Sacred Geometry mathematics (depending on the original Sumerian's 12, 60, 360 based math system, that we still use today), but the astronomers say that the actual number for the Great Year is somewhere around 25, 700 to 25, 800 years. Then you can find others claiming that an even 24,000 was used by some, including more recently by Cruttendun at the BNI.

    Layman’s explanation: The precession of the equinox is the age-old phenomenon whereby an observer on Earth will notice that after one year (solar, tropical, equinoctial), he will not realign with the exact same point relative to the distant stars. From two to four thousand years ago observers on Earth noticed that the sun on the vernal equinox aligned with the constellation Aries, and in the last few thousand years with Pisces. Now as many know, we are at the “dawning of the age of Aquarius”, meaning the sun on the vernal equinox is close to aligning with the constellation of Aquarius. This apparent backward motion of the stars (at the time of the equinox) is the precession of the equinox – whereby the equinoctial point slowly recedes through the 12 constellations of the Zodiac at the present rate of about 1 degree per 71.6 years. If this rate were constant it would take about 25,700 to 25,800 years to complete one full precession of the equinox. However, the annual rate is now speeding up, meaning the calculated length of one full cycle is getting shorter. If the observable of precession is due to an elliptical orbit of our sun around another star, as we believe, then this explains the reason for the variable rate of precession, and also tells us the full cycle will average something different than 25,700 years. All our calculations lead us to believe the period will average about 24,000 years as will be explained in a later section of this website.

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