Originally Posted by GlitterRose
I just don't see it as the Golden Age.
People seem more polarized than I can remember, and many seem out for themselves and not having a care for others.
We're in the midst of the transition from the Age of Pisces to the Age of Aquarius. This process started quite some time ago but it accelerated as we are nearing the peak of it all.
Polarity may seem more intense than ever, but is it really? In the 50s white people were outraged by Elvis Presley's hip movements on television, AND by the fact he sang -what they considered- 'black music'.
Black people didn't even have equal rights and were considered a lesser species or something.
Talk about polarity!
Women in the 60s wearing trousers! BIG shock and uproar. Women wearing mini skirts & dresses that looking at pictures now even make me blush, haha.
People not marrying anymore but moving in together, not going to church any longer etc. etc.
Polarity and uproar and outrage over such things have always been there.
Transition is never smooth, it is always chaotic. And as it is the split seems huge between the ones who are still solidly rooted in the Age of Pisces (3D) world that is about to cease to exist in a few years time.
But many prefer to stay in there out of fear of the new OR because they make a helluva lot of money out of the old system.
All big organisations, like Big Pharma, and the ones that are truly in power behind the scenes, are rooted in the Age of Pisces and do not want to go along with the change. They're currently the ones exploiting people's fear and insecurity in an attempt to keep the old society going. Not because they care, but they don't want to lose their power nor their billions.
It was said years ago that it would get worse before it would get better.
Makes sense. You cannot shift out of a societal structure to a totally new one just like that.
Kind of like in a divorce: neither party gets to keep all the goodies. Even when you part as friends, you still have to let go of certain things, expectations, dreams, and that goes hand in hand with pain and all kinds of feelings like anger, insecurity, fear, etc. etc.
But also freedom! A sense of new.
In that sense we are divorcing the old ways.