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Originally posted by jammerman
The Mayan calendar runs out on December 21, 2012 (which is extremely accurate).
Originally posted by Toltec
It does not mean the end of the world implies our perception of time will be altered.
Originally posted by MKULTRA
Could someone please explain what your average dimensional shift looks like? What can we expect?
Originally posted by Daystar
Sorry guys but could somebody go into a little more detail on the age of aquarius? like whats expected of it, and what age are we in now?
While acknowledging the zero point of the zodiac to be defined as the point where the true galactic equator crosses the ecliptic between Taurus and Gemini, and recognizing the J2000 galactic equator defined by the galactic north pole of 12h 51.4m, 27° 8’ to be representative of the B1950 definition of the galactic coordinate system, by virtue of Sagittarius A* being recognized as the dynamical center of the galaxy with the true galactic equator passing through Sagittarius A*, and by virtue of the sun being at 90° 00’ 32” past the point of the crossing of the J2000 galactic equator and the ecliptic at the spring equinox of 20 March 2000, 07:35:35 GMT, we declare the Aqe of Aquarius to have unequivocally arrived.
Starmaps place the start of the Age of Aquarius at the vernal equinox in the year 2000, the dawn of the new millennium.
Heres a great site about your question. Scroll down a little and look to the right side of the page, you'll see the words, "In the New Age we break free ...". I reccomend you read that before getting to the main stuff.
Oh, and btw no problem.
Originally posted by ADVISOR
...we declare the Aqe of Aquarius to have unequivocally arrived...
Originally posted by TheBandit795
You are then able to see beings (mostly animals) that vibrate on a less dense frequency.