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Vernal Point 1090, Crusades, Reconquista, and the Ambitions of the Roman Church

Sirius, the astrology software, is acting up but I was able to get a visual at what the Vernal Equinox of 1090 looked like. When studying the Uranus-Pluto conjunction of 1090, I found it happening in the sign of Pisces (Reminder to readers: I use the Fagan and Bradley sidereal zodiac). It comes into exactitude on 29 May 1090, which is very close to the Vernal Equinox. Therefore, it intrigued me to investigate the time of the Vernal Equinox that year, and low and behold, I found the Sun, Uranus, and Pluto all in 18 degrees Pisces.  This illumination of the major conjunction indicates a full flowering of the Aeon of Pisces. It is my contention that the Medieval cycle of Neptune-Pluto was the peak of the Aeon of Pisces , the Medieval cycle of Neptune-Pluto began in 905, and the stellium of Sun-Uranus-Pluto in question occurred still in the formative half of the Medieval Neptune-Pluto cycle. More specifically, right after the waxing square of 1070s. In 1096 Neptune and Uranus come into exa

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