Michael O'Connor, holistic astrologer and Tyhson Banighen, host of The Wellness Show as they discuss The Age of Aquarius as part of this exciting new weekly series about astrology, cosmology, astronomy, metaphysics, spirituality, the human condition and much, much more
The popular understanding that we are in the Dawning of the Age of Aquarius is affirmed by most Western Astrologers. All the indications and synchronicities are clear for all to see and experience. However, to recognize these, one must first understand what the outer expressions of it are. So, I will provide a deeper understanding of Aquarius itself as the 11th sign of the Zodiac and from a holistic perspective.
Further, the term ‘Age’ begs the question. What is an Age from the standpoint of Astrology and how long does it last? The answer is to be found in a deeper understanding of larger cosmological cycles. Yet, in Aquarian fashion, there is at least strong evidence to support that the processional processes that are a core feature of an Age are actually due to a cycle that our own planet experiences. However, there is one other competing theory in particular that is based on the conviction that the cycle of the Ages, which is 1/12th of a larger cycle called the Precession of the Equinoxes is due to the consideration that our sun is actually in a binary system, which means that there is another sun to which our sun is intimately tied in a cyclic process.
The other big question and one which continues to be debated is, given that we are in the dawning of the age when was or is the exact crack of dawn? The answers to these questions provide the basis for an exciting journey into astrology, astronomy, and cosmology. As well, this debate serves to highlight some of the major arguments between proponents of each of the 3 Zodiacs. Yes, there are 3 Zodiacs linked to the 12 Signs or constellations. Mark your calendar and tune-in to this exciting episode 11.
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