What are Zodiac Signs?
The 12 Zodiac Signs are seen in the sky in the constellations. Each has a wealth of mythological tales originating from all cultures. Each one represents an archetypal energy of consciousness.
The precession of the Ages is associated with the 12 signs of the Zodiac and they move backwards. Each age lasts approximately 2,150 years.
The water bearer is Aquarius. It is said that we are at the dawning of the Aquarian age as we have seen tremendous technological and revolutionary inventions literally change our lifestyles. The ideals of unification of brotherhood are strongly represented by this sign.
The two fish of Pisces is the twelfth sign and signaled the appearance of what many called the Avatar of our age, Jesus Christ, with a call to faith and compassion for all.
Aries, the ram, signifies the time of the Patriarchy of Moses and sacrifices of the sacred lamb.
The next sign is Taurus, the bull that in our timeline corresponds to the time man moved from hunters and gatherers to become agriculturists and found a new respect for the land.
The age of Gemini came next. Gemini is represented by the twins indicating communication, writing and travel.
Cancer, the crab, lives in water and is associated with the final days of the Atlantean empire, and the times of great global flooding.
The great age of the Leonine figure of Leo moves into play to shower the world with a cornucopia of opulence, wealth, grandeur and self expression.
Virgo, the virgin, seeks to perfect and keep the order of ideas for the brotherhood of mankind.
Libra, the scales, is the only inanimate object of the Zodiac signs. They say it ruled the Golden Age of Greece when beauty and the mind were at a height and balance was key.
Scorpio, the scorpion, ruled the Egyptian mystery schools along with the journeys to the underworld and its gods.
The archer, half man and half horse is embodied in the sign of Sagittarius, the seeker of truth and new ideas. It is the age of wandering tribes.
Capricorn, the sea goat, represents the age when a certain 'take charge' attitude of authority is present; however, it can also become quite stoic with harsh rules.