Shifting from age of Pisces to Aquarius?
Care to share some knowledge about this? I’ve been searching the internet. All I’m finding is the age of Pisces was about Monotheism, Jesus, deception and illusion. I’m finding mixed ideas for the age of Aquarius. Some believe we are becoming more spiritual less religious, others believe we are moving more toward Christ. Some believe this is the return of Christ. This transition is mentioned in the Christian Bible.
‘And then the man who bears the pitcher will walk forth across an arc of heaven; the sign and signet of the Son of Man will stand forth in the eastern sky. The wise will then lift up their heads and know that the redemption of the earth is near.’” (Aquarian Gospel 157: 29, 30.)
…But what does that even mean? There is also discussion about a balance of masculine and feminine during this age? A more positive energy? More love? What do you think about all this? What have you heard, or what do you believe will take place during this transition? Any good websites to refer me to?
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@iambrian, Well! I once read about this transition of age of Pisces to Aquarius. I’m not sure what astrology says about this but I would like to share what I know about this, this might be based upon few Islamic viewpoints since I am a muslim.
So, we muslims believe that this age (which is already upon us or may be it is still in the shifting process) is showing the signs of an age before the end of days. In this age/era/time we believe that Jesus Christ (or as muslims call him Prophet Eesa may peace be upon him) will be born again. He (alongwith another spiritual & religious figure Imam Mehdi) will work for the cleansing of this planet. From cleansing I mean protecting the innocent & dealing with the oppressors. This will probably be the conclusive action from Jesus Christ & he’ll restore peace & tranquillity on the planet (which you are referring to as ‘age of love & positive energy’.
A shift from Pisces to Aquarius would be a positive one. If you connect the zodiac with Taoism, every other sign is positive/yang and the ones in between are negative/yin. Pisces would be a negative sign and Aquarius a positive. Aquarius represents thriving conditions for humanity: logic, patience, communication, humanitarianism.
“Traditionally, Aquarius is associated with electricity, computers, flight, democracy, freedom, humanitarianism, idealists, modernization, astrology, nervous disorders, rebellion, nonconformity, philanthropy, veracity, perseverance, humanity, and irresolution” (Wikipedia).
Pisces is very much opposite to Aquarius: much more unstable and ruled by conformity and emotions.
I personally love astrology, so that was my basic knowledge. Granted, if you want to know, I’d start here because it lays out the basics easily: http://www.mollysastrology.com/astrology-tutorials
Then I’d check this place out because it deals with Aquarius/Pisces specifically: http://www.astrology-numerology.com/ages.html
After that, you’re on your own because every book and website will tell you something different about the cycle.
@blankey, What is this New Sun you speak of? Yeah I assume that he has become a metaphor. Is that what people believe when they say he is returning? They actually mean all the goodness and his good teachings and ideals shall return to people. Do you agree?
I personally am a non-denominational monotheist (to an extent) and I love hearing what you have to say about the islamic view on this- I find the teachings of the Qur’an to have a lot of merit and truth to share.
As for @iambrian, although i have no expertise in this matter I like the suggestion- I think it is likely a collective change of thought in the people and challenging of the preexisting ideals- even if it is not literally people become Christians- I do think there may be a big mindset shift towards the preaching of LOVE and a turn towards a more active rather than passive view of spirituality (with this I mean individuals seeking truth through experience rather than learning from those of authority/institutions).
I’d be interested to hear your thoughts- as this is merely my quite naive and uninformed opinion :)