Let’s talk about the end of the old
With three days left to the end of the world, according to the Mayan calendar, it is a good time to talk about it. The movement of the sun and solar system, in relation to the Milky Way, brings us once again to a point where we were 26,000 years ago. We don’t know a lot about what it was like 26,000 years ago, but we’re still here. We are likely to be here 26,000 years from now. So the end is the beginning. That’s very encouraging, but with beginnings, we know, comes hardship. This is very bad for our children and grand children, but we are afraid to face hardship. There is a consequence.
The zodiac, a map of the heavens invented by the Persians around 5,000 B.C., is a circle representing 26,000 years. Within the circle are twelve spokes, each 30 degrees apart, and each representing a sign, the sign of a star constellation. Coincidental with the 26,000 year circle, the earth’s axis wobble, like a spinning top, forms a circle, also 26,000 years. The axis points to the 12 star constellations. It’s like the parts of an engine all working together to produce universal energy, each of the star constellations delivering a certain type of energy. It puzzles me how the Persians knew all of this. Who would have thought this?
And then I read, “And God said, Let us make man in our image” (Genesis 1:26). God said this to whom? It all points to our human archetype, at least in our immaterial part. We did not originate on this planet. Having come to that conclusion, that we are in the image of God and given dominion over all other life on the planet, as stated in the Bible, consciously aware of vastly more than other life forms, consciousness must be basic to existence. As I’ve pointed out in Bell’s theorem, every physical thing, down to the smallest, is conscious. We humans, created with reason and logic—and astro-logic as well—we must be more than we give ourselves credit for being.
As evidenced, we have the beast in us. I figure it is because physically we are beasts, spiritually, God’s creation. The beast in us seeks control. We are now at the end of the 26,000 year circle, and at the end of the Age of Pisces, one of those 30 degree slices of the pie. It all fits. This is what astro-logic says about Pisces: Sensitive to the thoughts and feelings of others, unconsciously. Pisceans absorb ideas and the thoughts of their associates. They desperately want to do the right thing, but as a rule do not have strong willpower. They are easily influenced by external factors. Astrologers give Pisces the symbol of two attached fish swimming in opposite directions, indicating mixed emotions. Generally, Pisceans will suffer injury rather than fight for their rights. They are right for “wolves in sheep’s clothing” to devour.
Now for the Aquarian personality: Aquarians look at others as their brothers and sisters. Their sign is the water-bearer, who spills out spiritual energy. Friendship is extremely important to Aquarians. But they are determined and strong willed. They look at those who fail to understand as incapable of understanding. They hate hypocrisy. Aquarians operate as equals among equals. They are very independent.
They say if the shoe fits wear it. You can see how the current state of things would be very uncertain. We are going through a transition—in the next step of human development. A sign is the brutal murder of 20 small children and six courageous adults. It was for a reason that you’ve not heard. We are notified that we are moving forward to our next step of human development—away from the beast in us.
Also interesting, I was born Virgo with Aquarius rising. Astrologers say I would be visionary. Actually, I took the path of least resistance. Astrology says that as I aged I would become more Aquarian, and visionary. When I read about the Piscean personality and compared it with the Aquarian personality, it gave me the vision of “the perfect storm.”
Speaking of signs, I cut from the herd and went on my own on Good Friday 1975. I headed from my North Texas home for Miami, Florida, arriving on Easter Sunday. At the time, it meant nothing to me. I’d left my Christian religion years before my departure. My purpose in going to Miami was to buy a sailboat and spend a couple of years at sea. I set sail on Christmas Eve 1975, also by chance. After my two year sabbatical at sea, I returned to the work world, so-to-speak reborn. Ever since, I’ve lived a charmed life.
This is worth mentioning. Astrologers say that my ruling planet is Uranus, and that Uranus was in opposition of my Sun, Moon, and Mars when I was born. This is very bad. By the time I was in my forties, Uranus had transited to a position opposing itself. This indicated change. I was age 49 when I cut from the herd and recreated myself.
Considering that as I aged I’d become more Aquarian, coincidental with my departure, I studied the Constitution for answers. I got my answers and acted. As a taxpayer, I was being screwed over by the IRS. Birds of a feather flock together. I didn’t get anywhere. I took the record to the news media. An investigation was made. The IRS admitted on the front page of The Palm Beach Post that it had unlawfully seized my property for eleven years. They called it a “mistake.” It was obstruction of justice.
I’ve lived a charmed life, why not you? This is interesting. The United States of America was born under the sign of Aquarius. America is failing because the American people have regressed. They arrived Aquarian; most have become Piscean in nature. Your government is merely a reflection of you.
If you want the truth, to all of your broken-hearted people, I’d like for you to know that I’ve written a book, entitled In Earth as It Is in Heaven 2012, an explanation for the underlying Mechanism of Creation. It is available at Amazon.