Global Warming has turned to Global Cooling, with another Maunder Minimum being predicted. If that happens, winter will “run downhill” toward the tropical zones, changing weather patterns in many nations unevenly, often depending on the mountain ranges in the local area being considered. One such area is the United States, where the Rocky Mountains, a northern continuation of the Andes Mountains of South America, are high enough to become problematic in a “little ice age”. The Appalachian Mountains in the eastern portion of the nation are not anywhere near the same height or ruggedness.
While reading the thoughts of others on YouTube (yes, there is more than cat videos there), I came across an entirely separate (and previously unknown to me, and I’m sure they never heard of me or my work with the Zodiac), group who provided a map of the climate zones that will be affected in a mini ice age. The graphic over the Rockies matched the back parts of Aquila perfectly. Here is their graphic, complete with URL so you can check out their other work.
Notice that the tail goes nearly to the end of the land in the north, and the wing covers the great lakes region all the way to the Atlantic. Wings always symbolize water in the Zodiac, which is abundant in that part of the continent, with Canada boasting of its many lakes.
The graphic that I used for Aquila, which is taken from art work done in the 1600s, is inaccurate in that the tucked-in wing on the Pacific side covers all of the Baja Peninsula. The “bump” on the eastern wing covers the Florida Peninsula.
Similar likenesses can be seen in Perseus, where the cold steel sword is over Sweden, and the Bear that covers China, with its stomach over the Mongolian Desert and all four paws outstretched to the west.
The fishes are all found in warmer waters, and where there is mixed water and land, the chimeras appear, as in the case of Australia, where the north-eastern coast has a different climate than the interior. The north-eastern coast, amenable to human habitation, is pictured as the upper body of a man, whereas the lower, colder climate of the interior is pictured as the body of a horse.
Did the ancient people who designed the Zodiac know about the alternating cycles of frigid and warm climates?