EARTH IS THE AIM 7 , Mu and the other worlds , Chapter 2 : Precession of equinoxes

EARTH IS THE AIM 7 , Mu and the other worlds

Chapter 2 : Precession of equinoxes


Earth Time Cycles

We have seen in the previous chapter the current cycles of time relating to the lifetime of a modern man

We must add to these cycles of the current time those directly related to the life of the Earth

They cycle over much longer periods and they are nevertheless directly involved in the life of our planet


The most important, which concern us directly, is the precession of equinoxes, but there is also obliquity, nutation and eccentricity


Precession of equinoxes

The precession of equinoxes corresponds to the change of direction of the axis of rotation of the Earth because our planet does not turn on itself like a balloon but like a top

The axis of the Earth thus draws a cone



NASA Photo – Precession

Photo Wikipedia Public domain: Saperaud


This change of direction is brought about by the forces of the tides of the Moon and the Sun which push the excess mass of the Earth from at the equator down to the Earth’s orbit

This path changes the orientation of the pole axis of the Earth with respect to the stars

Today the celestial North Pole is indicated to us by A Ursae Minoris, the Polar Star, but in 12 000 years it will be Vega


The vernal point, or equinoctial point, indicating the direction of the Sun at the Spring equinox, thus precedes every year its position on the Earth’s orbit around the Sun


The precession of equinoxes thus corresponds to the path of the vernal point towards the West in the opposite direction of the rotation of the Earth around the Sun

The current variation value is 50,291″ per year, or about 1° every 71.6 years which makes 71.6 years x 360 degrees = 25,776 years


Terrestrial obliquity

The obliquity of the Earth or inclination of the Earth corresponds to the angle between its axis of rotation and an axis perpendicular to its orbit



NASA Photo – Obliquity

Photo Wikipedia Public domain: Saperaud


The precession rate is not constant:

It varies according to the period of obliquity which lasts about 41 000 years

The variation of the precession rate oscillates during these 41 000 years, between

22° 2′ 33″and 24° 30′ 16″


The value in 2015 was 23° 26′ 14″, which corresponds practically to the average speed of precession during the period of 41 000 years

This value determines the average duration of the precession at 25,776 years and the transition at each vernal point of 2,148 years



The precession of the Earth’s axis of rotation draws a circular orbit

The Moon and the Sun attracting the Earth cause a sinusoidal oscillation of the Earth’s axis of rotation

It is the nutation whose cycle is 18,6 years



Nutation by Robert A. Rohde for the Global Warming Art project

Photo Wikipedia CC: Stündle, Urutseg, Ragimiri, Herbye


Eccentricity of the Earth’s orbit

Earth orbit describes an ellipse around the sun

The eccentricity is the measure of the difference between this ellipse and a circle

The shape of the earth orbit varies between a quasi-circular shape and an elliptical shape



Photo NASA – Eccentricity

Photo Wikipedia Public domain: David Legrand, GifTagger


Eccentricity has a cycle of 413,000 years

Other components of this variation have a cycle of 95,000 to 125,000 years

This eccentricity is due to the gravitational attractions between the earth and the other planets of the solar system, as well as the sun, according to the laws of Newton


In 2015, a study by researchers in Toulouse and Bremen shows a new orbital factor acting on the eccentricity of the Earth’s orbit with a cycle of 9 million years, probably caused by interaction with the planet Mars


Milanković Cycles

Milanković’s cycles or parameters refer to astronomical parameters that affect climate change

These parameters are eccentricity, obliquity and precession

These natural climatic changes result in glacial and interglacial periods


Joseph-Alphonse Adhémar, James Croll and Milutin Milanković are the main scientists who have suggested that these three parameters intervene in natural climatic variations, especially on Earth

This hypothesis was confirmed by experimental datas in 1976, with the publication of Hays, John Imbrie and Shackleton


The Milanković Parameter Theory applies to all planets


History of the Precession of the Equinoxes

Everything proves that the precession of the equinoxes has been known since the oldiest times

The ancient peoples had astronomical knowledge to understand and measure it

Indeed, whatever the latitude, longitude or declination, the sunrise of the equinox is always at 90 ° 2, and you have just to look at the shadow of a vertical post to see and measure the phenomenon


The displacement of the equinoxes takes place within the astrological cycle of the constellations

Thus the religions, whose leaders knew the phenomenon, have always concerned deities corresponding to the astral cycle of precession:

Lion, the sphinx

Taurus, the golden calf

Aries, the paschal lamb

Pisces, a symbol of Christians


Some archaeologists believe that the decorated caves of the Paleolithic would draw representations of the sky and indicate elements that would imply knowledge of the precession of the equinoxes


Sumerian tablets from about 7000 years ago had described it precisely

Egyptian hieroglyphics attest of their knowledge of the phenomenon

The discovery of precession by the Babylonian astronomer Kidinnu dates from the 4th century BC.

Hipparchus discovered precession at about -130

In the 13th century, Nasr Eddin Tusi had calculated a value of 51″ per year for the precession of the equinoxes, with an accuracy of only 1.4%



Astrology born from the precession of the equinoxes

Astrology is the science that studies the position of planets in the solar system and constellations to establish its forecasts


The basis of the calculations is based on:

The day, the rotation of the Earth on itself

The month, the cycle of the Sun and the Moon

The year, the rotation of the Earth around the Sun

The precession of equinoxes


The analysis of these positions, according to astrologers, allows them to deduce the characteristics of a person and predict events

One person on four asked , thinks that the position of the stars and planets has an influence on our life or destiny


History of Astrology

The origin of astrology dates from the origin of men


Beryls astronomer Babylonian from about -330, located it 490,000 years earlier

Pliny and Cicero in the 1st century BC says 480,000 years earlier

Diodorus of Sicily at the same time, specified 473,000 years earlier


The Sumerians distributed the constellations into 12 zodiacal signs, but some studies suggest that the names of these constellations would have been given about 26,000 years before


The first ziggurats, towers and astronomical observatories , date from the 4th millennium BC.

They noted the Sun’s spots, the lunar phases, the movements of the stars and predict the eclipses

The checks of their calculations prove that they proved just with an accuracy of a few minutes

The eclipses served to make predictions


The 70 tablets of Sargon of Akkad, known as Namman-Bel, summarize the astrological science of his time


In the ruins of Nineveh, more than 25,000 tablets have been found, representing the oldest library in the world, and 4,000 of them describe the predictions made for the King Assurbanipal, at the 7th century BC.


Ptolemy in the 2nd century AD, wrote the Tetrabiblos, synthesis of astrology, and the Almagest, synthesis of astronomy



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