Comment: It's actually 25,920 years for a full cycle, but ...

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It's actually 25,920 years for a full cycle, but ...

... not all 12 constellations of the Zodiac have the same number of stars. If you divide 25,920 by 12, you get 2,160 per. But since they are not equal, some will be longer and some shorter.

And there's probably no way to get it exactly right.

I think the Myans had this figured out, but their math might have been off a bit. On the other hand, we won't know the exact day (or maybe even the exact century) that it happens.

The Old Testament has references to the Bull and the Ram. That's because Moses represented a time when the Earth was moving out of the Age of Taurus (Bull) and into the Age of Aries (Ram).

The New Testament references the Fish, which is the Age of Pisces. Jesus said, "I will be with you to the end of the age" (not "until the end of time").

Roughly every 2,000 years (give or take), the Earth moves into another age. It goes in reverse order from the Zodic due to the way the Earth revolves.

Moses blew the horn of the Ram, signifying the Age of Aires, about 4,000 years ago. Go back 6,000 years for the beginning of the Age of Taurus (which may be why some think the Earth is 6,000 years old, the Age of Taurus being the first mentioned in the Bible).

The Fish comes in with Jesus, the Age of Pisces.

It is ALL based on early astronomy.