Zodiacal Epochs, By Prof. Michael Kamienski, U. of Krakow

(a summary)

1949- Research Mag.-

"1. The problem of fixing the limits of the Zodiacal Epochs, i.e. of those periods, during which the Vernal Point passes through a given constellation, is-from the astronomical point of view-to some extent indefinite. It arises from the fact, which the exact borders of constellations cannot be properly fixed. They enter one into another, so that there is no exact criterion with which one could decide as to the bordering stars, especially faint ones, if they belong to the given neighboring constellations. Moreover, some of them, e.g. Capricorn and Aquarius, are situated along the ecliptic in such a manner, that some of their parts extend parallel one to another and to the ecliptic, which makes the solution of the above problem even more difficult. Consequently, there is no wonder, that the beginnings and ends of the Zodiacal Epochs by a thousand years or even more, as given by several authors." Here is the age of

Pisces as an example by three authors:

C. Flammarion … Pisces … 128 BC- 2,032 AD

A. Jeremias … Pisces … 100 AD- 3,000 AD

R. Steiner … Pisces …1,430 AD- 3575 AD

"For the solving of the problem it would be perhaps suitable to ground on the constellation' borders fixed by Hipparches and to accept them as unequal (A. Jeremais). "Noting of course other cultural explanations outside of this outline. He goes onto to say for his points that in adoption of the main epoch or the moment of entrance of the vernal point into the constellation of Taurus, and between the stars in Gemini eta Geminorum and dzeta Tauri. This star is situated on the end of the southern horn of Tauris. The entrance occurred at 4,500 B.C. at the Vernal Point.

"3. In consequence of the Phenomenon of precession, which has its source in the gravitational action of the Sun and Moon on the equatorial convexity of the earth, the position of the Vernal Point-i.e. on of the points of intersection of the celestial equator with the ecliptic-is not unalterable. It moves from East to West, from left to right, projecting itself in front of different constellations. The motion is very slow, because its period lasts about 26,000 years." He goes onto to say at 4,500 B.C. Vernal Point had just passed from Gemini into Taurus at 4,500 BC. This is a pre-cursor to Hamlet's Mill book.

Also, the zodiacs have different lengths of their constellations for instance Taurus is 20 degrees extended while Virgo is 36 degrees extended. He then mentions the Zodiac signs do not depend on their constellations but more their background for the 26,000 years . 26,000 : 12 = 2,150 years

Arc of the Ecliptic Sign Era

300-330 degree Aquarius 1,950 ad - 4,100 ad

330-360 ---- Pisces 200 bc - 1,950 ad

0'- 30' ------ Aries 2,350 bc- 200 bc

30'- 60' ------- Taurus 4,500 bc - 2,350 bc

60'- 90' ------- Gemini 6,650 bc - 4,500 bc

90'- 120' ------- Cancer 8,800 bc - 6,650 bc

120' -150' ------- Leo 10,950 bc - 8,800 bc Last destruction of Atlantis

150'- 180' ------ Virgo 13,100 bc - 10,950 bc Sphinx Period

180' - 210' ------- Libra 15,250 bc - 13,100 bc Phoenix Period(2nd Destruction

210' - 240' ------- Scorpio 17,400 bc - 15,250 bc Pyramid builders (archaic)

240'- 270' ------- Sagittarius 19,550 bc - 17,400 bc

270' - 300' ------ Capricorn 21,700 bc - 19,550 bc 'Golden Age' of Atlantis

40,000 bc (First destruction prior)

Conclusion by Web Master Age of Aquarius has either begun, or is within the next 230 years after 1950

Roughly at- 2,070 A.D. - it can be well officially heralded as the Age of Aquarius which I will probably not be alive to see. Hopefully this web page will be here. Thus, it is very likely at 2,001 A.D. that this is still the Age of Pisces. Web Masters view the next major peace maker avatar will not be born till after 2,060 B.C. . In a sense the earth changes have to occur first before that individuals entrance unto man.


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