In January 2011, following an abrupt adjustment of polar north, the Minnesota Planetarium Society and the mainstream media proclaimed that a new zodiac system would need to be adopted. Ophiuchus, the Serpent-Bearer, was proclaimed as the “new” astrological sign for a new zodiac made of thirteen houses instead of twelve.
But all of this was foreseen back in 2002, by Tracy R. Twyman, then writing for Dagobert’s Revenge Magazine. In 2002’s The Cutting of the Orm, Tracy R. Twyman actually predicted that future reform of the zodiac and annual calendar would come about after a pole shift, in which a thirteenth house would be added to the zodiac, and a thirteenth month added to the year.
Perhaps most astoundingly, this prediction was made after examining numerical codes embedded in the literature published by the Priory of Sion back in the mid-twentieth century, within documents supposedly written by avant-garde artist and filmmaker Jean Cocteau. Following the clues left by this mercurial character, Twyman discovered a new calendar: not one useful for the present time, but one that might some day come into being. Furthermore, the clues also led her to reconstruct the old calendar of the Golden Age before the Flood, as it had been before the Earth’s axis was tilted to its present state. The results of this investigation will shock and amaze you.