Because of the precession of the equinoxes, the position of the stars in relation to the Earth slowly changes, moving through one sign of the zodiac every 2,100 years. Since there are no lines of demarcation in the universe, just transitional areas, the full effect of entering an age may begin to occur a hundred years or more before any date given as the beginning of an age, and may not completely manifest for hundreds of years after the age has officially started.
The Piscean Age reflects what has been called the “Christian Dispensation,” and perhaps its most obvious feature in this aspect is the dependence upon someone or something other than yourself for spiritual evolution. Dates given for the end of this age range from 1904 to later than 2200, but that does not mean that the effects of the change to the next era are not being felt. Even in song we are told that we have entered “the dawning of the Age of Aquarius.”
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Steele Alexandra Douris, author of the new Spirits, Seers & Séances.
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