Mathers astrology is quite cryptic, and he doesn’t go into his sources, so perhaps he did use 1AD; he did believe that the original sign/constellation was Leo, and that the signs circle from Leo back around to Leo.
The tropical Age of Leo did overlap the sidereal Age of Leo, just as the tropical Age of Scorpio overlapped the sidereal Age of Taurus. And, the tropical Age of Aquarius will be nearly concurrent with the sidereal Age of Aquarius.Mathers astrology is quite cryptic, and he doesn’t go into his sources, so perhaps he did use 1AD; he did believe that the original sign/constellation was Leo, and that the signs circle from Leo back around to Leo.
I actually see them as a blend of Capricorn and Aquarius at the ending cusp of the Age of Capricorn. The coding itself is Binary.Excellent points! I only disagree about the affinity of electronics, but I can see your reasoning and commend you for your observations.
1. Queen Elizabeth II (potential reincarnation of Queen Victoria, 1837-1901 in the peak of the British Empire) on the throne for exactly 7 decades or 70 years (and also princess Beatrice in the UK royal family; the descendant of the Tsars Maria Vladimirovna, grand duchess of Russia; UK Prime minister Margaret Thatcher; and of English descent, Michelle Bachelet, twice president of Chile noting her adversary Augusto Pinochet later befriended her as the only Latin American ally to Thatcher when the UK retook the Falklands from Argentina).
I recently did a DNA test and am still awaiting the final report. Meanwhile I found many in my tree who were from the Basque region of France (perhaps 1700s, I can't recall now) - some from the Pyranees (a scandal in that line) I noticed took place!
Edgar Cayce said the native American Indians (North America) are those who are the true living descendents of once great Atlantis. The red race.
I'm in good company then, in my DNA All my maternal side. Mother's parents side - From France to Canada and the Indians. (some married them)
I found out that Chief Grey Lock of Massachusetts (born there), and Vermont area, who dedicated hand carved totems to him, for his courage, of the Abnakis was my 8th great grandfather They even named a mountain in Massachusetts, "Grey Lock". He refused to stop fighting the Colonial Settlers even after his own people,, the Abenaki nation signed a peace treaty with them, Grey Lock continued the skirmishes...(with some braves?)
He hated that they encroached on his nation's winter hunting grounds as Indians were somewhat nomadic and in some regions still are (Arizona for example), until the 1900s would move from 4 Corners (very cold land) Navajo, to the Southern mountains of Tucson area. I don't know if they still do this however.
Everytime I research online,I find something else like this one, ending with a question mark: (We were Abenaki, Algonquin, Malaseet, )
The last ancestor they sent me on my tree was Grey Lock - and then the line stopped there. So they need his parents line (which I didn't have as of yesterday) - Indians didn't keep the kind of good records that both French & English did going back early part of 2,000 yrs ago.
Mostly Baptism, and census records for example I did find a 1845 Census for Abenakis which had his family's surname in it. He seems to have dropped the surname.
He did marry and they had a son.
http://www.native-languages.org/definitions/greylock.htm#:~:text=The English name "Chief Greylock" may have actually,given as "Wabantep" in one source, which resembles
in the 1720's, a Missisquoi war leader also known as Greylock fought a series of successful battles against Massachusetts colonists. This warrior's personal name was given as Wawenorrawot or Wawanolewat, which resemble Abenaki words meaning "fools the enemy." It is possible that these descriptions referred to the same chief under two different names, since Algonquian men, especially warriors, frequently adopted new names as they accomplished new deeds. However, it seems unlikely that an already gray-haired leader in the 1670's would still be actively leading war parties 50 years later. More likely the second chief was the son or even grandson of the first one, and the appellation "Greylock" was given to him by the English in approximation of an English-style last name, since it had been his father's name.
His grandson, died in the war of 1812-1813 as the Abenakis joined many other Indian tribes, and in their case in the northern states, into Canada joined the British to ward off the settlers of Massachusetts, etc.
They actually won that hard won battle called the "Battle of Chateauguay", but eventually lost their land anyway and ended up with reservations along the river.
I'd LOVE to know more from Edgar Cayce about the Indian (red race) and the Atlanteans however. Perhaps, after Atlantis sank, as he did say, the peoples scattered to the north, to the south (South American natives for example),
Up to Egypt.
Perhaps, I'll get out some of my Atlantis readings.....if there is interest to do so.
My family are authentic Abenaki - Malacite - Iroquois.There is an investigation on the 4 state-recognized Abenaki tribes in Vermont: the Elnu, Koasek, Missisquoi and Nulhegan, are mostly made up of "pretendians" ... and mainly their chiefs are from families known to have a long history of criminality to further indicate they are fraudulent. Their organization started in the 1970s-2010s after historians said these tribes are not genealogically documented descendants of Abenaki originated from southern Quebec across the Canadian border after the American Abenaki fled northern New England by 1800 - and state government officials were easily tricked to accept their lies and recognized them. And there are actually thousands of Vermonters of Abenaki ancestry who said they weren't consulted on those 4 tribes they have no idea about without any connections to their Canadian counterparts, and even the faked tribes were called out by then governor and US presidential candidate Howard Dean, who was accused of blocking any push for federal recognition of Vermont Abenaki because he vocally opposed gambling.
Last week, Abenaki representatives from the Odanak First Nation addressed an uncomfortable, long-simmering dispute. Odanak citizens and officials said Vermont's state-recognized tribes are misrepresenting themselves as Abenaki – and profiting from it – when they are not Indigenous.www.vermontpublic.org
That doesn't explain why the Christian priest has had a fish on the back of the vestments for the past 2000 years, or why the fish figures in the miracle of the loaves and fishes.
from the constellational image,
are operative as Age influences.