David Cochrane

David Cochrane United States of America

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The Age of Pisces and the Age of Aquarius: What They Are and When They Begin
The Astrological Ages are created by the movement of the Vernal Equinox and the Autumnal Equinox in retrograde motion through the fixed stars and constellations. We learn what the Vernal and Autumnal Equinoxes are and that the tropical zodiac is based on them. We also learn about the sidereal zodiac, which, like the tropical zodiac consists of 12 signs of 30 degrees each but is based on the fixed stars rather than the Vernal Equinox and the Tropical zodiac. The movement of the Vernal and Autumnal Equinoxes retrograde through the constellations is caused by the slow wobble of the Earth and is known as the precession of the equinoxes. The equinoxes (and therefore the tropical zodiac) move through the constellations at a rate of about 1 degree per 72 years, which is equal to about 2,160 years for 30 degrees, and almost 26,000 years for the entire circle of 360 degrees. The sidereal zodiac sign that the Vernal Equinox is in determines the Astrological Age. Because the exact position of the sidereal zodiac is not agreed upon, different authorities give different dates for the start of the astrological ages. According to most astrologers the Age of Pisces began roughly between about the year 1 and the year 400. The Age of Aquarius will occur some time within about 100 years from now to several hundred years from now according to most astrologers. We also consider some of the major historical themes for the past 2,000 years and how they appear to reflect the Pisces and Virgo themes that we expect from the concept of Astrological Ages. We discuss a few different possibilities for why there appears to be a correspondence between the Age of Pisces and major historical themes of the past 2,000 years. We also consider what likely themes for the Age of Aquarius are if the theory of Astrological Ages is valid.
How to Interpret the Birth Chart
The steps to interpret an astrology chart are explained. Several different methods are demonstrated. This video assumes that you are familiar with the glyphs of the planets and signs, are familiar with the basic meaning of each planet and zodiac sign and are familiar with the rulerships (signs of rulership, detriment, exaltation, and fall of the planets). If you are not familiar with these ideas, you can first watch the Introduction to Astrological Interpretation at http://youtu.be/qiF59UBAIJ8
Intro to Relocational Astrology and AstroCartography
Introduction to using relocation charts and AstroCartography for picking the best places for people. How relocation charts and AstroMaps provide the same information from two different points of view if the AstroMaps are done in zodiac longitude. Introduction to in mundo positions in AstroCartography.
Introduction to Vedic Astrology
The main ideas and concepts used in Vedic astrology are described as well as the philosophy and general conceptual framework behind the ideas. This tutorial video can be informative and helpful to people with an interest in how astrological ideas reflect cultural attitudes and philosphical beliefs as well people interested in learning how to interpret astrological charts using Vedic astrological methods. The Sirius 1.3 software is used in this tutorial video. Sirius is developed and copyrighted by Cosmic Patterns Software and the company website is http://www.AstroSoftware.com
Predicting Accidents with Midpoints
A demonstration of how a tendency to accidents can be predicted using midpoint theory. The deaths of Princess Diana and John Lennon are used to demonstrate the ideas. More research is needed to verify that the formula works, but anecdotal evidence thus far is impressive.