500 to 280 million BC
Shellfish, corals, plants and insects proliferated during this period, as did trees, forests, fish, and amphibious life. What was startling was the rate of growth and size of some of these species which culminated in the giant sequoias and reptiles. People
with planets in Sagittarius, especially Jupiter, personify or relate to this period.
280 to 160 million BC
|The Great Reptiles|
This is the period where the giant reptiles or lizards dominated. There were two classes: the herbivorous ones were created or imported by friendly otherworldly civilizations while the carnivorous ones were created or brought
in by unfriendly otherworldly civilizations in an attempt to destroy the others. Pangea, the supercontinent, breaks up, and the first coal deposits occur. People with planets in Capricorn, especially Saturn, can closely associate with this time period.
|Aquarius or |
160 to 90 million BC
|The BirdsBirds and flying and gliding creatures were introduced whom were capable of surviving the ferocious reptiles. Flowering plants became abundant. People with planets in Aquarius, especially Uranus, have an intimate association with this time period.|
|Pisces or |
90 to 50 million BC
|Reptile/Mammal TransitionDecline and destruction of the giant reptiles and dinosaurs. While it is generally assumed that a meteor was reponsible for the climate change which killed off the cold-blooded reptiles, other theories include a pole shift, and direct intervention
by higher beings. This ended the terror on mammals and allowed them(mammals) to become the dominant species. People with planets in Pisces, especially Neptune, can closely associate with this time period.|