|I think a very decisive, radical change is imminent, because in the psychological history of mankind there has been something which you can call a new revelation about every 2,000 years. The 2,000 years of Christianity, what might be called the Age of Pisces, is running out, and something will come to replace it; and perhaps to build upon it, as the Age of Pisces built upon earlier, tremendous intellectual probing of the Greeks and also the extraordinary moral force and authority of the Hebrews. I think we are headed for something new.|
What is interesting about this insight is that it jives with what Moira Timms explains about astrological cycles in her book "Beyond Prophecies and Predictions". According to Timms, every 2,000 years or so there is a new astrological age because the earth's pole tilts in the direction of a new Zodiac constellation. Approximately every 26,000 years, an "equinoctial cycle" is completed because the tilt in the earth's axis has come full circle such that the pole has pointed through each of the zodiac signs. The current juncture is critical in this regard, for we should now be on the verge of going from the Age of Pisces to the Age of Aquarius. This turning point will mark the completion of the 26,000 year equinoctial cycle.
Interestingly, Moira Timms points out in her chapter on "Babylonian Prophecy" that the equinoctial cycle should complete, and the Aquarian Age begin, "when all the planets align in Capricorn"- this according to ancient Babylonian astrologers (note that these astrologers also predicted that the "world will be destroyed with fire" when this alignment in Capricorn occurs). This is a very prescient point since last month, with the winter solstice, 8-planets (including the Sun and Moon) were aligned in or on the cusp of Capricorn and the remaining two planets were within 30-degrees and 50- degrees of Capricorn. While this does not mean *all* the planets were aligned in Capricorn, it certainly means that one of the most substantial clusterings of planets in and around Capricorn occurred in history. Thus, astrologically there is reason to believe we are completing the 26,000 year precession of the equinoxes, also called the equinoctial cycle or "great cosmic year", and are now entering the Age of Aquarius- something Moira Timms believes will usher in a "New Order of the Ages" (see her chapter on "Astrological Cycles").
Another astrological development that signals the dawning of the Age of Aquarius is that, on January 12th, the planet Uranus, which rules the sign of Aquarius, is going to enter Aquarius for the first time in 77 years. Furthermore, on January 20/21st, the Earth, Sun, Moon and Uranus will be almost perfectly aligned on the cusp between Capricorn and Aquarius. These four planets will also be aligned with Mercury, Mars and Neptune within less than a 15-degree arc at that point. Astrologically speaking, Uranus entering Aquarius along with a 7-planet alignment with this month's new moon, which is an extraordinarily rare event, is a powerful harmonic signal that the Age of Aquarius is at hand.
Notably, one of the reasons the upcoming alignment might prove significant is because it is going to fall on the new moon that marks the start of the Moslem holy month of Ramadan. Given the evidence that the authoritarian powers of the East are using astrology to guide their moves, there is a possibility that Russian and Arab forces will launch a jihad, or holy war, against Israel and the West sometime around this new moon (see the article "Kremlin Astrology").
What makes all of this most interesting is that scholars believe Jesus was likely born around 6 BC, since the calendric system was changed by a Roman census. Two thousand years after 6 BC takes us to the year 1995 (there is no year 0). Thus, in the wake of Christmas and the beginning of a new year, we might be at the end of 2,000 years since the revelation through Christ Jesus.
The possibility that we are near the "End of the Age" of Christianity is further indicated by what may have constituted the "Star of Bethlehem". One hypothesis is that the "star", which the three Wisemen or "Magi", who are astrologers, followed to Christ's birthplace, was a rare alignment of Mars, Jupiter and Saturn in the zodiac sign of Pisces that occurred in February of 6 BC- the year Christ might have been born. To the Magi such an alignment would have been very significant and considered the sign of the birth of a king. Since Pisces is the zodiac sign associated with the Jewish people, this astrological event would have meant the birth of a "King of the Jews", i.e., Jesus of Nazareth. (For more information, click ).
That this alignment in February of 6 BC, which occurs only once every 900 years, marked the birth of Jesus is also suggested by the fact that it may also have marked the beginning of the Age of Pisces. First off, the alignment involved Jupiter, the planet which rules Pisces. Secondly, it occurred approximately 2000 years ago, when the Age of Pisces should have began. Indeed, a little over 2000 years following the alignment involving Jupiter in Pisces in February of 6 BC, which may have marked the beginning of the Age of Pisces, would take us to the planetary alignment involving Uranus in Aquarius toward the end of this month which might be marking the beginning of the Age of Aquarius. Thus, you have the astrological basis to identify the beginning and end of the 2000-year Age of Pisces and Age of Christianity.
All in all, as Robertson Davies mentions above, there is reason to believe the end of the Age of Pisces, which started with the revelation of God through Jesus Christ 2000 years ago, is at hand. Thus, a new revelation is due as we enter the Age of Aquarius- something that might begin with Uranus entering Capricorn and aligning with the Sun, Moon and Earth with the Ramadan new moon this month. If this new moon is associated with the beginning of a holy war against the West, then this new revelation might have everything to do with what is depicted in the biblical "Apocalypse", a word that literally means "revelation".