What do these three have in common?


Jaden Smith in Louis Vuitton, Spring 2016 Campaign

All three are currently riding the waves of feminine energy that’s taking over the universe. Welcome to the Age of Aquarius. Albeit they’re each doing it for very different reasons; one gets a pass, one is for cash, and one is a usurper. How did we get here, you might ask?

One need look no further than – Astrotheology –  a religious system founded upon the observation of the heavens. Self-proclaimed, Astrotheologist Santos Bonacci says “We are definitely in the Age of Aquarius.”  And he claims the proof is right in the King James Bible, in Luke: Chapter 22: 8 – 10.

Verse 8: And he sent Peter and John, saying go and prepare us the Passover, that we may eat. 9: And they said unto him, Where with thou that we prepare? 10: And he said unto them, Behold, when ye are entered into the city, there shall a man meet you, bearing a pitcher of water, follow him into the house where he entereth in.

Bonacci asserts that this metaphor is hiding one of the biggest secrets in religion; that Christ is describing the celestial passing of the solar system from the Age of Pisces – Christ being the fisher of men – to the Age of Aquarius, whose symbol is water.


Kim & Kanye at the Met Gala, 2016

All this is happening backwards, according to Dimension 11.11. The astrological website states “Aquarius is the age of spirituality and enlightenment, humanitarian efforts and ideas, advanced technological inventions, expanding scientific research and discoveries, eccentric and rebellious attitudes, and the uncanny and mysterious world of the paranormal.”

Looking at Jaden Smith, the son of Hollywood royalty Will & Jada Pinkett-Smith; the 17-year-old teenager was featured in the Louis Vuitton, Spring 2016, ad campaign sporting a skirt along with three female models. The brainchild of Louis Vuitton’s artistic director, the New York Times had this to say “If 2015 was the year unisex became a trend in fashion, 2016 may be the year the question of gender and dress enters an entirely different dimension, at least judging by the style soothsayer Nicholas Ghesquiere – the artistic director of Louis Vuitton – whose ability to sense social change and give it form has made him one of the most successful designers of his generation.”

A noted Beverly Hills, clinical psychologist who asked to remain anonymous stated “Children of the rich and famous often times live in their own protected and well-isolated worlds. They don’t have to worry about money, education or jobs like normal teens and are encouraged to experiment and be different.” Outside of that, experimenting with gender is “a normal part of childhood development” the psychologist said.

“Stunning fashion” is how Vogue magazine referred to Kanye and Kim at the 2016 Met gala. Kanye wore a crystal encrusted denim jacket that some say looked borrowed from Kim’s closet. The highly embellished jacket looked like something you would expect to see on Elton John or the famed Las Vegas performer, Liberace. However, pushing the boundaries and blurring the lines between the sexes is nothing new for Kanye, he understands the power of the feminine energy and isn’t afraid to exploit it in order to stay relevant.


Caitlyn Jenner f/k/a Bruce Jenner

In order to gain insight into the possible motivations of Bruce Jenner, you have to read the story I posted on white men changing the rules. Here’s the link:


Bruce Jenner, who was the poster child for white male dominance in America for decades, rode the crest of the Piscean era – the era of male dominance – until it fizzled completely out. Accustomed to being a fierce competitor, winner and the center of attraction, he was not going to take a backseat and be overshadowed by the Kardashians. Bruce Jenner took the ultimate step to secure his position in the new, Age of Aquarius.

He literally said goodbye to being a man and transitioned into being a woman: Caitlyn Jenner. Presto, new endorsements, new television show, a new house and car and on and on. Once again he’s back in the spotlight, this time as a woman, where she feels most comfortable. And this my friend is a true competitor, one who is willing to do anything to win even if it means usurping the Age of Aquarius – the new women’s movement.

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