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Originally posted by Seventytwo
If you use the birth of Jesus for your starting point at year Zero (the alpha and the omega, the beginning and the end) then the date for the Aquarius age is the year 2160AD.
just work it out for yourselves.. Seventytwo is the important number and the technology is the Celtic cross.(a circle with a cross within)
from year zero 30 degrees is Aquarius, 30 x 72 = 2160.
360 x 72 = 25920 this is the full cycle of the great year.
The Sphinx is also super interesting, because it is incorporates four animals in its design which match the constellations that represent the 'Four Corners of the Universe', an Oxen or Bull for the body (Taurus, SW?), evidence of wings on its back of an Eagle (Aquila, NW), the head of a Man or Victor (Hercules, NE), the feet of a Lion (Leo, SE). I think those directions and constellations are correct but not sure.
Also the Sphinx on the Giza plateau fits into the grander picture of Hancock and Bauval’s theory. The Sphinx faces East at the exact location where the Sun rises on the day of the vernal equinox (21 March). At sunrise on the vernal equinox around 10.500 B.C. the Sun aligned itself with the constellation Leo, its own celestial counterpart image in the sky! Analysis of the Sphinx tells us that it symbolizes all of the four cardinal signs on the Zodiacal wheel, Leo, Taurus, Aquarius and Scorpio (the latter sign is often depicted as an eagle). The Sphinx has the body of a bull (Taurus), the wings of an eagle (Scorpio) the face of a man (Aquarius, water bearer) and an overall appearance of a lion (Leo).
I discovered this just by accident while playing with my birth date. Going in back time to see exactly WHEN the sun was in fact first in Sagittarius (my "corrected" sign) instead of Capricorn (my "original" sign), the sun's position JUMPS from 1583 (the end of the archer's cape) to 1582 (under the goat's nose)