Relationship Compatibility Between a Leo Man and a Pisces Woman

Aries Taurus Cusp

dating a pisces aries cusp man

You can attract any man you want. This discovery by Hipparchus is not entirely unexpected as Hipparchus is considered to have been the greatest observational astronomer in his time and up until Tycho Brahe in the 16th century AD. You share a vast curiosity for the world around you and you are equally eager for new and exciting sexual experiences.

I was born close to the Aries Taurus cusp. Am I an Aries or am I a Taurus?

Adventurous and virile, the Aries man is quite the adventuresome lover. The chaos, monsters, and violence in ancient myths are representative of the forces that shape each age. Having landed great gigs in all of these fields, she works to maintain a good balance between the world and the wonder that comes with the night. They are still at the core a Scorpio, but with a twist, you could say. Find out what astrology has to say about your unique partner and relationship beyond just sun signs.

In "Hamlet's Mill" it is claimed that the ancient Greeks knew of three successive destructions that correlate to three ages and that since the beginning of history the vernal point has moved through Taurus, Aries, and Pisces. Hesiod in "Works and Days" refers to five successive ages. As early as , modern researchers were examining evidence for knowledge of precession of the equinoxes and astrological ages before Hipparchus.

Drummond expounds on his hypothesis that a greater part of the Hebrew Scriptures are merely allegorical writings that hide the true content. Furthermore, the Orientalists were mainly concerned with astronomy and most of their ancient myths are really disguised astronomical records.

Drummond makes his case that at the time of Abraham , the Amorites first recorded the shift from the Age of Taurus to the Age of Aries as represented by the year commencing with the Ram Aries rather than the bull Taurus.

The Book of Joshua indicates that by the time of Moses the equinoxes had already shifted from Taurus to Aries as Moses had ordained that the civil year should commence with the month of Nisan Aries rather than the month of Taurus. The feast of the Passover is probably a celebration of the Age of Aries with the Paschal Lamb representative of Aries, traditionally associated with the symbol of the ram or sheep.

Drummond also hypothesizes that most number references in ancient texts were coded to hide their real value by their multiplication by or multiples of 1, For example, in the Old Testament Joshua commanded 30, men and he slew 12, inhabitants of the city of Ai. The historian Berosus stated the Babylonians commenced astronomical observations 49, years 7 x 7 x before Alexander the Great. The problem of understanding the exact nature of ancient astrology is that it was only partly documented, leaving the question of the extent of their undocumented astrological knowledge.

Michael Baigent in "From the Omens of Babylon: Astrology and Ancient Mesopotamia" suggests that there is evidence that there was probably an older or parallel oral tradition of astrology at the time of publication of Enuma Anu Enlil [33] believed published over the period — BC. The ancient Mesopotamians believed that history repeated itself after a massive cycle of many years. In the early post- Hipparchus period, two schools of thought developed about the slow shift of the fixed sphere of stars as discovered by Hipparchus.

One school believed that at 1 degree shift per years, the sphere of fixed stars would return to its starting point after 36, years. The trepidation school believed that the fixed stars first moved one way, then moved the other way - similar to a giant pendulum. It was believed that the 'swinging' stars first moved 8 degrees one direction, then reversed this 8 degrees travelling the other direction. In the 5th century AD, the Greek Neoplatonist philosopher Proclus mentions that both theories were being discussed.

The Indians around the 5th century AD preferred the trepidation theory but because they had observed the movement of the fixed stars by 25 degrees since ancient times since around BC , they considered that trepidation swung back and forth around 27 degrees. The significant early exponent of the 'circular 36,' years method was Ptolemy and, due to the status placed upon Ptolemy by later scholars, the Christian and Muslim astronomers of the Middle Ages accepted the Great Year of 36, years rather than trepidation.

However some scholars gave credence to both theories based on the addition of another sphere which is represented in the Alfonsine tables produced by the Toledo School of Translators in the 12th and 13th centuries. The Alfonsine tables computed the positions of the sun, moon, and planets relative to the fixed stars. The Italian astronomer Cecco d'Ascoli , professor of astrology at the University of Bologna in the early 14th century, continued to have faith in trepidation but believed it swung 10 degrees in either direction.

Copernicus refers to trepidation in De revolutionibus orbium coelestium published in Though the one degree per hundred years calculated for precession of the equinoxes as defined by Hipparchus and promulgated by Ptolemy was too slow, another rate of precession that was too fast also gained popularity in the 1st millennium AD. By the fourth century AD, Theon of Alexandria [36] assumed a changing rate trepidation of one degree per 66 years.

The tables of the Shah Zij-i Shah [37] originate in the sixth century, but are unfortunately lost, but many later Arabic and Persian astronomers and astrologers refer to them and also use this value. These later astronomers-astrologers or sources include: There exists evidence that the modern calendar developed by Dionysius Exiguus in the 6th century AD commencing with the birth of Jesus Christ at AD 1 was influenced by precession of the equinoxes and astrological ages. Dionysius' desire to replace Diocletian years Diocletian persecuted Christians with a calendar based on the incarnation of Christ was to prevent people from believing the imminent end of the world.

At the time it was believed that the Resurrection and end of the world would occur years after the birth of Jesus. The current Anno Mundi calendar theoretically commenced with the creation of the world based on information in the Old Testament. It was believed that based on the Anno Mundi calendar Jesus was born in the year or years after the world was created with the year of the Anno Mundi calendar marking the end of the world. Anno Mundi approximately AD was thus equated with the resurrection of Christ and the end of the world.

He was heavily influenced by ancient cosmology, in particular the doctrine of the Great Year that places a strong emphasis on planetary conjunctions. This doctrine says that when all the planets were in conjunction that this cosmic event would mark the end of the world.

Dionysius accurately calculated that this conjunction would occur in May AD Dionysius then applied another astronomical timing mechanism based on precession of the equinoxes. Though incorrect, some oriental astronomers at the time believed that the precessional cycle was 24, years which included twelve astrological ages of 2, years each. Dionysius believed that if the planetary alignment marked the end of an age i. He therefore deducted 2, years from the May conjunction to produce AD 1 [42] for the incarnation of Christ.

The 15th century Italian Renaissance philosopher Giovanni Pico della Mirandola published a massive attack on astrological predictions, but he did not object to all of astrology and he commented on the position of the vernal point in his day. Pico was aware of the effects of precession of the equinoxes and knew that the first point of Aries no longer existed in the constellation of Aries.

Pico not only knew that the vernal point had shifted back into Pisces , he stated that in his time, the vernal point zero degrees tropical Aries was located at 2 degrees sidereal Pisces. This suggests that by whatever method of calculation he was employing, Pico expected the vernal point to shift into sidereal Aquarius age years later as a one degree shift takes 72 years.

The Earth, in addition to its diurnal daily rotation upon its axis and annual rotation around the Sun, incurs a precessional motion involving a slow periodic shift of the axis itself: This motion, which is caused mostly by the Moon's gravity , gives rise to the precession of the equinoxes in which the Sun's position on the ecliptic at the time of the vernal equinox, measured against the background of fixed stars, gradually changes with time. In graphical terms, the Earth behaves like a spinning top, and tops tend to wobble as they spin.

The spin of the Earth is its daily diurnal rotation. The spinning Earth slowly wobbles over a period slightly less than 26, years. From our perspective on Earth, the stars are ever so slightly 'moving' from west to east at the rate of one degree approximately every 72 years.

One degree is about twice the diameter of the Sun or Moon as viewed from Earth. The easiest way to notice this slow movement of the stars is at any fixed time each year. The most common fixed time is at the vernal equinox around 21 March each year. In astrology, an astrological age has usually been defined by the constellation or superimposed sidereal zodiac in which the Sun actually appears at the vernal equinox. This is the method that Hipparchus appears to have applied around BC when he calculated precession.

This means the Sun crosses the equator at the vernal equinox moving backwards against the fixed stars from one year to the next at the rate of one degree in seventy-two years, one constellation on average in about years, and the whole twelve signs in about 25, years, sometimes called a Platonic Year.

However the length of the ages are decreasing with time as the rate of precession is increasing. Therefore, no two ages are of equal length. Approximately every 26, years the zodiacal constellations, the associated sidereal zodiac , and the tropical zodiac used by western astrologers basically align. This alignment is often called the fiducial point and, if the fiducial point could be found, fairly exact timeframes of all the astrological ages could be accurately determined if the method used to determine the astrological ages is based on the equal-sized 30 degrees per age and do not correspond to the exact constellation configuration in the sky.

However this fiducial point is difficult to determine because while there is no ambiguity about the tropical zodiac used by western astrologers, the same cannot be said of the sidereal zodiac used by Vedic astrologers. Vedic astrologers do not have unanimity on the exact location in space of their sidereal zodiac. This is because the sidereal zodiac is superimposed upon the irregular zodiacal constellation, and there are no unambiguous boundaries of the zodiacal constellations.

Modern day astronomers have defined boundaries, but this is a recent development by astronomers who are divorced from astrology, and cannot be assumed to be correct from the astrological perspective. While most astronomers and some astrologers agree that the fiducial point occurred in or around the 3rd to 5th centuries AD, there is no consensus on any exact date or tight timeframe within these three centuries.

A number of dates are proposed by various astronomers and even wider timeframes by astrologers. For an alternative approach to calibrating precession, see Alternative approach to calibrating precession in New, alternative, and fringe theories section below. As an example of a mystic contemporary approach to precession, in Max Heindel 's astrology writings, [49] it is described, that last time the starting-point of the sidereal zodiac agreed with the tropical zodiac occurred in AD A year after these points were in exact agreement, the Sun crossed the equator about fifty seconds of space into the constellation Pisces.

The year following it was one minute and forty seconds into Pisces, and so it has been creeping backwards ever since, until at the present time the Sun crosses the equator in about nine degrees in the constellation Pisces. Based on this approach, it will thus be about years before it actually crosses the celestial equator in the constellation Aquarius.

However this is only one of many approaches and so this must remain speculation at this point of time. When the March equinox used to occur in Leo. The major event in this age was deglaciation of what now constitutes much of the modern habitable world. The deglaciation ultimately caused a foot 90 m rise in the sea level.

The sign Leo is a Fire sign and is mythically ruled by the Sun in astrology. When the March equinox used to occur in Cancer ;. In astrologic mythology this age marks the beginning of civilization, with domestication of farm animals and nomadic people settling down to living in permanent dwellings. Widespread evidence of the mother goddess in the Near East the 'mother' archetype in all shapes and forms is always related to the sign Cancer.

When the March equinox used to occur in Gemini ;. During this mythological age writing developed, [ dubious — discuss ] and trade started to accelerate. The constellation can be seen as two people holding hands thought to be twins , believed by some [ who?

In myths associated with the constellation of Gemini, both writing including literature, newspapers, journals, magazines, and works of fiction and trade including merchants are traditional archetypes belonging to the sign of Gemini.

Multiple gods, such as the pantheon of gods in Ancient Greek literature, are believed to have appeared in this Gemini age [ dubious — discuss ] probably in Sumer Mesopotamia. When the March equinox used to occur in Taurus ;. Bull worshiping cults began to form in Assyria , Egypt , and Crete during this mythological age.

When the March equinox used to occur in Aries ;. Aries represents a Fire symbol as well as bold actions, a lot of these behaviors can be seen during any age.

However, the themes emphasised during this age relate to courage, initiative, war, and adventure. Nations during this age such as the expanding empires of China , Persia , Greece , and Rome , are often cited as examples of the archetypes of Aries in action. Also the Aries constellation shows a ram running. This could correspond with the sacrifice of Abraham's Ram.

While the number of names containing the sound of the ram during this period is noted: According to the Roman state religion, the Roman people were the "Sons of Mars". Aries is associated with the metal iron , and iron ore was for the first time smelted and worked into iron swords in Anatolia during the early phase of this era, replacing the heavier, softer-metalled, duller-edged bronze swords of the previous Taurus Age. Traits of Aries such as 'initiative' may suggest the explosion of originality in the development of social aspects, sciences and arts in regions such as Ancient Greece but at the same time traits such as 'Impulsivity' may be attributed to the various Wars of the time.

The Age of Aries ushered in efforts to replace polytheism with monotheism. The earliest known attempt was by the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten , who, in about BC, decreed the Sun God Aten to be the supreme deity, apparently in reaction to his earlier lack of inclusion in religious rites by his family. After his death, however, power reverted to the original polytheistic priests, who re-established the old religion.

Speculation including that of Freud has it that later, during the reign of Ramesses II , Moses was influenced by rumour of Akhenaten's revolutionary idea, and grasped the idea of a single supreme God, who especially favoured his people, as an inspirational mechanism that best suited his people held in bondage. The symbol of Aries can be seen as representing the power of multiple gods streaming down into a single god-head. These events may have occurred during the Age of Aries see also dating the Exodus.

While the March equinox occurs in Pisces ;. Some astrologers claim the Age of Pisces is the current age and they believe it will remain so for approximately another years. Other astrologers claim the Age of Pisces ended with the great cosmic alignment of 21st December , thus beginning the Age of Aquarius. The age of Pisces began c. With the story of the birth of Christ coinciding with this date, [55] many Christian symbols for Christ use the astrological symbol for Pisces, [56] the fishes.

Pisces has been called the "dying god," where its sign opposite in the night sky is Virgo , or, the Virgin Mary. Behold, when ye are entered into the city, there shall a man meet you bearing a pitcher of water This coincides with the changing of the ages, into the Age of Aquarius, [63] as the personification of the constellation of Aquarius is a man carrying pitchers of water. Aquarius also has a double rulership: Saturn is the traditional ruler and Uranus is the modern ruler.

Saturn presides over structure and form and the status quo, and Uranus is dedicated to shattering the status quo and creating a New World Order where everyone is free and rational. We have a wonderful relationship and we have so much more in common than not. I am a Sag and been dating a Pisces man for 8 years. It was great at first and then we started having problems with issues of possible infidelity on his part.

He is soft spoken and says i like the spot light and ignores him in crowds. He is afraid of marriage and seems to find many reasons to put it off. I am 47 so lost all of my child bearing age dating him and I have no kids.

He has two and alot of baby mother drama. I really love him and believe he loves me. Together we are great but outside influences make me wonder whether to stay or run. I am a pisces guy. I fell in love with this sag girl. Shes kind of a nerd and my friends all tease me for falling in love with a nerd even though i had looks that could get me a hot babe.

All i just wanna say is that shes too straightforward and blunt at times. However, what i like about her is that she loves children and she is really cute to me.

Shes studying here in singapore and planning to be a permanent resident. She likes going to places with scenic views and i often went with her acting like her tour guide. Seeing her smile and giggle joyfully at the sight of all the scenic areas here makes me happy. But im afraid to ask her out for a date becos we just met.

Then again, the only reason why we are close now is becos of school. In 2 days time we gotta change class. Im afraid i might lose her and then again, i dw her to know i like her becos i feel like im jumping the gun lol. My first love was a Pisces and i regret laying my eyes on him.

God ,they have a really big problem being honest and speak their minds. The biggestmistake of my life!!! Maica, try talking dirty to him. He might respond much better than u imagine. But take it slow in the initial stages. Pisces are really pervert in nature, but they reveal it only to the one they love. He returned to states he came to meet my family, agreement still on for marriage, only problem he went back to India to see his Mom she is old and ill, said his sister will come back with him to meet me.

The only big problem is to get response when he is abroad, he does not send email, text, or anything. It drives me crazy, he refuses to get married till he gets his greencard, because he does not want anyone to say he only married me for it. The wait is killing me, when we were together he talks, laughs, compliments me, appreciates me for all.

I just wish he would communicate more. It was love at first sight. Been seeing each other for 18 months, I have ended it twice because he refuses to tell me how much I mean to him yet I know when I end it he suffers, he misses me so very much it hurts. And I suffer because I miss him so very much it hurts. But I will take this instead of being taken for a ride. Both times I ended it, I was surprised how quickly he regretted the breakup, calling me to talk, needing to see me.

When this happens he has to tell me how much he missed me, it surprises me how difficult it is for him to tell me so. This is weird but it works. He is the ONE. I hope we never ever break up again. I m in love with a Sag girl.

She has given me some blunt signs that she likes me. I dont know how to tell her, how to approach her, how to talk to her. Thought a while about this. But I suppose no one can answer it better than Sag girls themselves. Really, that Girl shines among the crowd!! She is so cheerful that even her presence uplifts me,seems like a heavy burden lifts off my head…….

I dont know… I need help: I dont want to mess it all …. I dated my x gf for over a year, it was always on and off, but it brought us closer everytime. One thing I hated about her she thought she was always right. She also told me first she loved me, and I never ever told her I loved her.

I wasnt really sure throught the relationship if I loved her or not. But I wanted her to wait for me to fall in love with her.

I cant stop thinking about day and night since we broke up about 2 months ago. It might take few months or even years for him to realize. But eventually he will. Just like I did but its too late now.

What a sad story blah blah…lol. We have a great time together all the time. Interesting most comments have been Sag women and a Pisces man and its the same in my case.

When a Pisces man falls in love, they fall hard. Could be that he is on the Cusps of Aries, literally March 20th. I do have to watch how brutally honest I can be because he gets hurt very easy.

They say a Pisces man is scared of marriage but he is the one who wants to push the issue. He is lucky I am at that point of my life to settle down because otherwise I would be running as fast as I can at the thought of commiting so soon.

It is wierd because he has always had all of the positive traits of a Pisces but none of the negatives and me, myself has always has always expressed more positive traits of being a Sagi. We are DiFFerEnt, but we mix our ideas together, so different has always been good especially for during our harmless debates. If we think it or feel it, then we say it, do it. They make magic out of something otherwise non-magic, life. I am a Sag woman and my husband is a Pisces. This fits us to a T!

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dating a pisces aries cusp man

He is soft spoken and says i like the spot light and ignores him in crowds. It can be quite difficult to spot the signs.

dating a pisces aries cusp man

Pisces-Aquarius cusp people can come off as distant or cold, and it may almost seem as if they are living in their own world, but if you can get through to their deeper self, you may enjoy getting to live in that world with them for a bit!

dating a pisces aries cusp man

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