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Re: Sky & Telescope article

Dan Moonhawk Alford wrote:
> Astrologically, there was the Age of Taurus (~4-2000 BCE), then Aries
> (~2000-1 BCE), then Pisces (~1-2000 CE), and we're now on the cusp of
> Aquarius ~2-4000 CE). 

Yes, but did the ancients necessarily nail the years that closely? I can see
them being in error at least a century or two on either side.

> Aquarius calls for ingenuity and humanity,
> being the only human figure in the standard zodiac.

What about Gemini and Saggitarius?


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