the real plot
The original astrology
calendar indicated the dates/houses when the Sun moved in each Zodiac
constellation. The Sun rose in Aries, at the vernal equinox, when
the astrology calendar was devised over 2000 years ago. This century,
on the date of the vernal equinox, the Sun rises in Pisces at the
zero degree coordinate. Due to precession, the astrology calendar
and the zodiac star-sign dates are about a month out of sync with
the location of the Sun.
Ignoring precession, astrology lost it
do not check the sky, they simply refer to an outdated ephemeris
and astrology calendar. Most people do not realize astrology has
lost the plot and is no longer as accurate as it used to be. The
priests of astrology in ancient times
observed and reported what actually occurred in the sky. Astrologers
were the first scientists, mathematicians and time keepers - they
aimed to be accurate.
As long as astrologers
continue to refer to the zodiac calendar, the further out of date
and sync with the actual sky they become. When a reform occurs and
the zodiac calendar is updated, astrology will be accurate and relevant
to our time.
the Ages, from Taurus, Aries to Pisces, watching the dawn of Aquarius.
The reference to "dawning
of the Age of Aquarius" applies to the constellation Aquarius.
By the end of the next 300 years, Aquarius will move to the zero
coordinate, when the Sun rises at the vernal equinox. At that time,
the Age of Aquarius will be observed. The Egyptians who built the
pyramids 4,000 years ago, observed the Sun rising in Taurus at the
vernal equinox. Jesus lived 2,000 years ago, in the Age of Aries.
We live in the age of Pisces, watching the dawn of Aquarius.
a slow shift of the Zodiac constellations along the ecliptic
by one degree every 72 years. Since the era when the zodiac
calendar was devised over 2,000 years ago, the first point of
Aries has shifted from the zero degree to RA 22 degrees. The
Zodiac calendar is about a month out of sync with what actually
occurs in the sky. Nowadays, in 2010, the Sun moves across Aries
in April, not in March as the Zodiac calendar depicts. Overall,
the zodiac constellations have shifted 22 degrees since they
were initially plotted. The ancient Zodiac calendar is outdated
due to precession.
of the equinoxes is caused by gravitational forces of the Sun
and the Moon on the Earth. The period when a precession cycle
is completed is 25,700 years - called 'The Great Platonic Year'.
Over thousands of years, each Zodiac constellations has a period
when the Sun rises in it at the vernal equinox. In 23,000 years
time, the Sun will complete a full circuit across the Zodiac to
rise in Aries at the time of the vernal equinox. A Platonic year
ends, a new one begins.