About the Age of Pisces--Age of Fagan-Allen Sidereal Pisces

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    Jun 15, 2020 12:02 AM GMT
    Alright, it is Sunday evening. I am going to give this another try.

    I do not think the House System has to be Topocentric, but the Zodiac is going to stay Fagan-Allen.

    Goal: to see the Vernal Point (where the Sun is at the Spring Equinox) move across the Sidereal Zodiac sign over the millennia

    I do not think I need the Aries Point (where the Sun crosses the celestial equator or the equatorial plain going north).

    March 14, 2020 – The Vernal Point is at 4 degrees Pisces
    March 14, 1221 – The Vernal Point is at 16 degrees Pisces
    March 14, 0900 – The Vernal Point is at 20 degrees Pisces
    March 14, 0221 or year 221 CE – The Vernal Point is at 0 degrees Aries


    May 20, 221 AD? The Vernal Point has to be the Spring Equinox, no?


    The end of the Age of Aries is not at 29 degrees Aries but 1 degree Aries.

    The start of the age of Pisces is likely at 29 degrees Pisces, not 1 degree Pisces.

    As we move forward through the years the degrees of Pisces decrease.
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    Jun 16, 2020 6:39 PM GMT
    I think my Mercury is in Tropical Taurus. There are things that I know and there are things I get (meaning final nail in the coffin get, the light bulb is on AND the dimmer is all the way up). In my personal process of when to use tropical v sidereal astrology--use tropical for psychological astrology but use sidereal astrology for autobiography/biography/obituary; use tropical astrology for the calendar of equinoxes and solstices but use sidereal astrology to transcend and find self-actualization. For tropical astrology to be in a fair fight with sidereal astrology and it doesn't even tell us what astrological age we are in? ! ? ! I would not be delivering astrology if I only set a tropical table. (I recently came across some "powers that be" who do not want audiences to even know their sidereal signs, their vested interest and their fear of repercussions are too large. So, it is not just the Mercury in Taurus, but being absolutely protected, going forward professionally with sidereal astrology, despite opposition. Well, I better return to "An Introduction to Western Sidereal Astrology, Second Edition" by Kenneth Bowser as I look for the finer points of using Sidereal Astrology, where one cannot simply use tropical notions in a sidereal framework.)