The Ages of the Zodiac

By Staff Writer
February 27, 2003

Go back to the year 2000 and try to recall all the rumors and prophecies that were circling around the supposed end of the world. Now, imagine yourself a few years back in the auditorium of the Metaphysical Center in N.J., Jan.15, 1994.

You are about to listen to Jean Munzer give a lecture on the New Age: Facts and Prophecies. With the occasional person coughing in the background, you are spellbound by the ideas that have been part of ancient traditions and civilizations.

Munzer’s voice is calming and you begin to learn about the New Age. What is the new age, you ask yourself? Munzer explains that it is the cyclical pattern of the ages. The planet is on a 25,000 year plus journey through the signs of the zodiac.

The earth spends exactly 2,000 years in each sign and with each wobbling revolution, it is getting closer to the sun. The energies of that sign overshadow the activities of all the planetary creatures. Now in the year 2003, we are under the astrological sign of Aquarius. We have just passed through the Piscean Age. The world undergoes a profound change and mood whenever it is dominated by the astrological sign it is currently situated in.

The astrological characteristics and differences in the ages in relation to our lives, affect our religious, political, and emotional states of consciousness. The symbol of Pisces is of two fish immersed in water, thus making it a water sign. This implies a focus on emotions. This was relevant in our fanatical devotions to religion (the Crusades), war (World War I and II), etc. Pisces is attached to individual communication. The way that communication was brought about in the Piscean age was exploration through water.

The symbol of Aquarius is of a person pouring water into a vessel, an air sign. The pouring of water, which is symbolic for emotions, into a vessel, is the controlling of emotions and more of a focus on the mind. Aquarius is more concerned for the good of the whole. In the Aquarian age, we found ourselves taking to air to communicate (air balloons, air planes, space travel, and satellite). Each age flows gently to the next. It never begins or ends abruptly.

To make these ideas even more significant, Munzer uses examples of how each age is influenced by the sign. In the Piscean age, the Christian symbol for Jesus was the fish. Before that, in the age of Aries, the Old Testament speaks of the lamb and the ram. Preceding that, the age of Leo is prevalent in the great ancient civilization of Egypt with the emphasis of cats and lions. Each age of the world goes backwards in relation to the zodiac.

Great prophets throughout the ages have studied the emotions of the earth and its people and have been able to predict events for the future. In the age of Leo, the Great Pyramid of Giza was a source for many calculated world events. With the wisdom brought over by the god, known by the Greeks as Hermes, from the destroyed civilization of Atlantis to Egypt, traditions and mysteries were embedded into the structure of Giza.

It is said that even the measurements that were used to build the Great Pyramid, were in tune with the earth and its consciousness. It was found that the pyramid inch is different from the metric system of Europe. The pyramid inch is based on the natural structure of the body and universe. People who study these measurements are able to understand and read a timeline for the future.

One of the great revelations or messages that was discovered on those timelines was the crucial days of March 4-5, 1945 when the first successful lab test for the atomic bomb was completed. Aug.18, 1945 was considered a major point in history because of the use of the atomic bomb. Sept. 17, 2001 was also a date that was cause for global concern in the last timeline in the age of the Pyramid of Giza.

Munzer goes on to talk about how the Hopi and many other Native American traditions describe the end of the world. Their stories are very similar to the ones that the Pyramid of Giza foretold. As in the Hindu tradition and writings of the French physician and mystic, Nostradamus, the calendars of the predictions of the world always coincide around the same period of time.

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