Take a look at the feature image of the hourglass. Notice, as the sand slips through the x-point, it piles up on the lower level. On the lower level, as it piles, it forms the shape of a pyramid. There are three Egyptian Pyramids, roughly covered in sand, and one bigger than the last. I believe the pyramids represent time in a unique way.
Now, take a look at my drawing of the Egyptian Pyramids, and notice the numbers around each them. According to numerology, 11, 22, and 33 are Master numbers.
Taking this a step further, there are some critics of time who say we live the past, the present, and future all at once; the past is what we just did a second ago, the future we haven’t gotten to yet or it’s what’s to come, and the now is the current moment.
I look at it this way, once you turn two you enter into the pyramids of time. Initially, you begin at the age of two, you start out on the smallest pyramid as you can see, but once you get to age six, you occupy the first step on all three pyramids, living the past, present and future all at once.
The first major milestone you reach is at age 11. There should be a natural gain in knowledge, understanding, reason, and sense. You’ll feel it, you should actually feel more intelligent.
When you reach the second milestone at age 22, you are free from pyramidal structure and restrictions that come with being a human between the ages of two and twenty, however, you’re still connected to the future pyramid and the third milestone.
When you reach the age of twenty-two, there should be a natural gain of skill, ability and direction.
Take notice at what happens when you reach your third milestone at age 33. You are still living a good portion of your life on the second pyramid.
It’s not like the arrival to your second milestone, because when you reached age twenty-two, the first pyramid was over and done with.
33 is the most spiritually inclined number as it’s made up of 11 and 22. It’s love, understanding, and giving at their highest levels. Right after your 22nd birthday, the energy begins to build towards to 33. You will have your Saturn return at age 29, which can be extremely beneficial depending on the personal work you put in.
And then once you reach 33, you’ll remain at the top of third pyramid until all the sand slips through the hourglass, and the second pyramid reaches completion as you turn 40.
Once you reach 40, you’re in you’re power, still standing at the top having learned all the lessons and tied up all the loose ends. You’re decent begins when you reach the age of 42.
When you reach 42, you are fully in the last pyramid of time, and that’s right about the time of your Uranus opposition to itself. Every move you make from this point forward has to be calculated, and there must be something gained for your time, because as you can see, there’s no more to waste.
The climbing ends at age 60, with all level roads ahead.
The drawing of these pyramids is symbolic of many things. It shows how we live in the moment, with full control over the past, present, and future. It shows the overlapping of time and how we build towards our futures when we don’t even think we’re close to doing so. It runs perfectly with two major astrological transits we all go through.
Each Pyramid contains a 9-year period between steps. This is sacred in design.
Look it over and study it. I’m sure you’ll draw your own conclusions.
Have a blessed evening.
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