Saturday, 17 May 2014
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Sex has an 84 year cycle and is governed by the planet Uranus.

In a cyclical manner, the north and south poles of the planet Uranus alternately point towards the Sun. Those poles are the determining factors of the wonderful 84 year cycle in the human species.

If the masculine, positive pole of Uranus is pointed towards the Sun, then the masculine sexual impulse predominates on the Earth; yet, if the feminine, negative pole of Uranus is pointed towards the Sun, then the feminine sexual impulse predominates on the Earth.

For 42 years the masculine sex predominates. For 42 years the feminine sex reigns sovereign.

The history of piracy, the age of Isabel, where masculinity is displayed, like chivalrous adventures, clearly represent the masculine sexual cycle.

This year 1965, in which women reveal their bodies more, and who predominate, command, and protest, clearly indicates the sexual feminine cycle.


What age are we in now, masculine or feminine? When did it start?

Thank you.
8 years ago
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#6679
Accepted Answer
Keep in mind this response is just my intellect running some calculations based off of astronomical tables (which I will post in the references), but just as a matter of curiosity, I'll report my findings. Also bear in mind that the accepted definition of which pole of Uranus is called "North" and which is called "South" is up for debate, because they keep flipping, so for the purposes of this exposition, I'll use the convention they used in the paper I was reading (though some astronomers use the opposite convention).

Now, the poles are continually flipping back and forth, but it's not like a light switch. It's like the earth, which has solstices, and equinoxes. On Uranus, it's just a little more extreme. During the solstices, one pole or other is directly facing the sun, and during the equinoxes, the sun is shining on the equator (i.e. neither pole is facing the sun). If you reflect, this is also the way energy works in nature, where it's not that all of a sudden, people wake up one day and discover that males or females are dominant, but rather it is a gradual progression over many years.

However, for the purposes of this explanation, I'll define the "pole shift" as happening on the equinoxes, since those are the periods during which dominance is passing from one pole to another. Since Samael said that 1965 was a period of dominance for women, whatever pole was active during that time must therefore be the feminine pole.

These are the poles of Uranus that were facing the sun during different periods in our history:
South: 1923 - 1966 (Feminine, Solstice: 1946)
North: 1966 - 2007 (Masculine, Solstice: 1985)
South: 2007 - 2050 (Feminine, Solstice: 2030)
North: 2050 - 2091 (Masculine, Solstice: 2069)

So we are currently in the beginning stages of a period of feminine dominance that started in 2007, and will last until 2050.
8 years ago
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#6679
Accepted Answer
Keep in mind this response is just my intellect running some calculations based off of astronomical tables (which I will post in the references), but just as a matter of curiosity, I'll report my findings. Also bear in mind that the accepted definition of which pole of Uranus is called "North" and which is called "South" is up for debate, because they keep flipping, so for the purposes of this exposition, I'll use the convention they used in the paper I was reading (though some astronomers use the opposite convention).

Now, the poles are continually flipping back and forth, but it's not like a light switch. It's like the earth, which has solstices, and equinoxes. On Uranus, it's just a little more extreme. During the solstices, one pole or other is directly facing the sun, and during the equinoxes, the sun is shining on the equator (i.e. neither pole is facing the sun). If you reflect, this is also the way energy works in nature, where it's not that all of a sudden, people wake up one day and discover that males or females are dominant, but rather it is a gradual progression over many years.

However, for the purposes of this explanation, I'll define the "pole shift" as happening on the equinoxes, since those are the periods during which dominance is passing from one pole to another. Since Samael said that 1965 was a period of dominance for women, whatever pole was active during that time must therefore be the feminine pole.

These are the poles of Uranus that were facing the sun during different periods in our history:
South: 1923 - 1966 (Feminine, Solstice: 1946)
North: 1966 - 2007 (Masculine, Solstice: 1985)
South: 2007 - 2050 (Feminine, Solstice: 2030)
North: 2050 - 2091 (Masculine, Solstice: 2069)

So we are currently in the beginning stages of a period of feminine dominance that started in 2007, and will last until 2050.
7 years ago
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#8340
Hello, it is many months later now but I do remember this post, and during my readings I came across some new information, so I would like to synchronize with you and perhaps correct you, or correct the site and make it more accurate.

Please see this article regarding Uranus.

If we carefully observe the customs of people during history, we will see intensive epochs of masculine activity—such as piracy, for example, when all the seas of the Earth were full of corsairs—and feminine epochs like the present epoch [1972], or like that epoch in which the Amazons established their lunar cults and governed a large part of Europe, making the world to shake. So, each masculine cycle is proceeded by a feminine cycle and vice-versa. Everything depends on the polarization of Uranus and on the type of energy that comes to Earth from that planet.


Please note that the article runs contrary to your calculations. I am operating under the impression that the site is the correct version, since that is from one of Samael Aun Weor's books. We are living in a masculine epoch.
7 years ago
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#8342
Thank you for pointing that out. I didn't consider his comments in Hell, Devil, and Karma when I did that analysis, and I'm glad you brought it to my attention.

It seems like the simple answer to your critique is just that what Samael is defining as a pole shift occurs on the solstice instead of the equinox. So the period of feminine dominance lasted from 1946 - 1985, and it's easy to continue the table from there.

My original choice to define the pole shift as the equinox was somewhat arbitrary (as I hope I made clear in the post). Though the general principle about how energy works in nature is the same.
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