One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An astrological age which is about to begin, marked by the precession of the vernal equinox into Aquarius, believed by some to herald worldwide peace and harmony.
- ‘In the Age of Aquarius, people hit the road in order to ‘find themselves.’’
- ‘You can thank globalization for our dawning Age of Aquarius.’
- ‘Of course, now that we're on the paisley verge of the greying pony tail that is the Age of Aquarius, people are going to stop acting in their own self interests and start championing the common good.’
- ‘The arrival of the new millennium opened a new Age of Aquarius, but not the envisioned, utopian one.’
- ‘It may not be the Age of Aquarius but it definitely is the age of accounting fraud.’
- ‘This is the ‘new age’ referred to by subsequent exponents of the Age of Aquarius and all its attendant book and incense sales.’
- ‘This is the same advice the organization has been offering since its founding back in the Age of Aquarius.’
- ‘With the dawning of the Age of Aquarius in the 1960s and 70s, some trendy joints used to have a replica of the king and the queen from the playing cards on doors leading to men and women's toilet.’
- ‘We are told, truthfully for once, that it is enough for us simply to be on hand - a postmodern version of the Age of Aquarius's ‘be here now.’’
- ‘It was an era that gave birth to the Age of Aquarius.’
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