posted on Aug, 30 2010 @ 09:15 AM
Star and Flag from bringing a interesting idea here.
There are alot of ties to the importance of magnetic north and true north. I am not versed enough in the understanding and importance of the
differences in spiritual work, but I have read about it several times. Lots of info to read over here.
I noticed the article said something about the 13th constellation being Orion. I think they are close to Orioin being important here but left
soemthing out. Even now , we have 13 constellations, not 12. Ophiuchus is a constellation that the Sun travels through every year from about Nov.29 to
Dec. 17. Astrology ignores it, Astronomy acknowledges it.
I posted a theory once on here that IF our wobble creates Earths perspective to 'lean' a bit, enough to cause this Ophiuchus to 'dip' down into
the path of the Sun....could it be that in another 12,000 years (half way around the wobble) we will see the constellation Orion 'dip up' into the
zodiacl path. I made a thread for the idea but one had one reply.
IF IF the Egyptians made the Pyramid marking Orion, the Sphinx marking the Leo....to mark a time of 'age' at about 12,500 years ago (10,000
BC)...showing a marking that the Earths wobble will cause Orion to 'dip up' and cause us to be in the 'age of Leo' at the beginning marker of the
great year clock.....I think its worth a NOTE that WE will be exactly half way around this clock in about 2500ad. We will sit half way around from the
age of Leo which puts as astronomically on the cusp of Pisces/Aquarius....the Sun moving literally/astronomically into the age of Aquarius.
We should not forget that Jesus is know to warn of the time the 'man is carrying the water pitcher.
Half way points may be just as important, as the starting and ending point. In fact, ancient astrology (before man made it a fixed practice) saw just
as much importance in the sign that was opposite to the sun ....the sign the sun shined forth to as the sign the sun rose in.
Both Ophiuchus and Orion are signs of men. All it would take is just a few degrees to change and the Sun would rise in Orion. It sits very close to
riding the cusp of Orion, but not enough to say its on the cusp.