When's the date for the beginning of the Age of Aquarius?

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PostWed Mar 02, 2011 7:08 pm » by Esther40


When is the exact date for the end of the Age of Pieces and the beginning of the Age of Aquarius? Was it Jan. 23, 1997 like many websites say? Or is it Dec. 21, 2012 like alot of doomsayers claim? Whether individuals believe this or that is NOT the question, it's a cosmological - a science - question and answer. Maybe I should ask some astronomers?! :help:

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PostWed Mar 02, 2011 7:13 pm » by 99socks


Just like no one can agree on whether February 19 is Pisces or Aquarius, the boundaries are fuzzy. So don't waste your time!
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PostWed Mar 02, 2011 7:26 pm » by Zmonkey


August 23, 1953...

From a book called The Ultimate Frontier by Eklal Kueshana.

But, don't believe everything you read...

2012 is the Y2K of the New Milloonium...
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PostWed Mar 02, 2011 7:35 pm » by Bronzept


esther40 wrote:When is the exact date for the end of the Age of Pieces and the beginning of the Age of Aquarius? Was it Jan. 23, 1997 like many websites say? Or is it Dec. 21, 2012 like alot of doomsayers claim? Whether individuals believe this or that is NOT the question, it's a cosmological - a science - question and answer. Maybe I should ask some astronomers?! :help:


I didnt read anywere the Mayans saying sometehing about the age of aquarius,they allways talked about the alignment of the earth with the center of the galaxy"Milky Way",they say something change at that time!
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PostWed Mar 02, 2011 7:36 pm » by Svaha


There is no exact date where one sign ends and another begins, we're in a transitional period now that probably will end in 2160 (unless some people messed with our calendar and left out 500 years, then it will be around 2600)
Then the age of the destroyer really starts.
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PostWed Mar 02, 2011 7:42 pm » by Skiponline


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PostWed Mar 02, 2011 7:50 pm » by Esther40


You guys are aware that alot of 'experts' agree on 1/23/97? :bang;

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PostWed Mar 02, 2011 8:19 pm » by Kingz


ALL is Irrelevant, because Time is Relevant to where you are, what you believe.. and how you percieve the universe 8-)

Callendars In use today!! :roll:

* 360-day calendar
* Akan calendar
* Armenian calendar
* Assyrian calendar
* Astronomical year numbering
* Bahá'í calendar
* Bengali calendar
* Berber calendar
* Buddhist calendar
* Chinese calendar
* Coptic calendar
* Discordian calendar
* Ethiopian calendar
* Fiscal year varies with different countries. Used in accounting only.
* Germanic calendar (still in use by Ásatrúar)
* Gregorian calendar used by most countries in the world today.
* Hebrew calendar
* Hindu calendars
* Igbo calendar used by the Igbo people.
* Indian national calendar
* ISO week date
* Iranian calendars
* Irish calendar
* Islamic calendar
* Japanese calendar (Gregorian months)
* Javanese calendar
* Juche era calendar used by North Korea
* Julian calendar
* Kurdish calendar
* Lithuanian calendar
* Malayalam calendar
* Maya calendar (parts still used by Maya Indians)
* Nanakshahi calendar
* Nepali calendar
* Nepal Sambat
* Minguo calendar used by Republic of China/Taiwan.
* Revised Julian calendar
* Romanian calendar
* Runic calendar (still in use by Ásatrúar)
* Tamil calendar
* Thai lunar calendar
* Thai solar calendar
* Tibetan calendar
* Zoroastrian calendar (including Parsi)

2012..... birth of Jesus.....Millenium..... nuff said?

Most of Western world or actually most country's live according to the Gregorian calendar.... how come, well since christianity basicly took over the entire world and brought "civilisation" in these area's were before they had their own working calendar system... but what the church says go's, otherwise you go, onto the burning stake that is!

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PostWed Mar 02, 2011 8:24 pm » by Svaha


Hey Kingz :flop:


And here is another one, the calendar of Coligny : http://www.celticnz.co.nz/Coligny/ColignyPart1.htm
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PostWed Mar 02, 2011 8:37 pm » by Kingz


hallo Svaha :cheers: Thank you very much for that one, very interesting :shock: !
Will have to look into that a bit because didn't know this one! Looks very promising... is it still being used?

Anyway thaks for sharing :sunny:
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