SANG PEMBAWA AIR KEHIDUPAN
“But in reality, such an age is nowhere near right now.
The naming of an "age" refers to a period in which the vernal equinox
— the place where the sun appears on the first day of spring —
lies inside a specific constellation.
But thanks to the wobbling of the Earth's axis, a phenomenon called "precession,"
the equinox point appears to shift slowly westward against the background stars,
taking 25,700 years for one trip.
Right now, the equinox is located in Pisces;
so actually, it's currently the Piscean Age, and the Age of Aquarius will not dawn until 2599.”
(Joe Rao; October 23, 2015; in space.com/30912-look-at-aquarius-this-week)