Generational Astrology – Introduction (Part 1)


 

THIS POST HAS BEEN MOVED TO A SEPARATE BLOG EXCLUSIVELY DEDICATED TO GENERATIONAL ASTROLOGY.

Introduction to Generational Astrology

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10 thoughts on “Generational Astrology – Introduction (Part 1)

  1. Hi,
    Pretty interesting and unique approach I had not heard of before. I just caught some error that would probably affect your conclusions though- on your table of ages, you jump from 1962 Scorpio-Scorpio to 1970 Scorpio-Virgo, hence the Libra sub-age is missing, affecting the entire post-1970 period.

    Best,

  2. It may appear that Libra missing is a mistake, but this is not the case because there was a change of sub-age in 1970. Based on the dwadasamsa method of sign division when applied retrograde, there is always an inconsistency in the sub-periods whenever there is a change in the parent period. You may get some clarification from “Age of Aquarius for Dummies” at http://ow.ly/ZXBwr

    Basically the Scorpio sub-age (1791-1970) has twelve micro-ages commencing with a 15 year Libra micro-age in 1791 and ending with a 15 year Scorpio micro-age in 1970. The new Libra sub-age (1970-2148) also has 12 micro-ages commencing with the Virgo micro-age and ending with the Libra micro-age. With the last micro-age in the Scorpio sub-age being Scorpio and the first micro-age in the Libra sub-age being Virgo, the Libra micro-age appears to be missing, but this is the nature of dwadsamsa sign divisions.

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