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The great year is known very well with good accuracy, as for all other motions of Earth. There will be small oscillations but they are insignificant for our purposes. The Stellarium software is perfectly adequate.

The very epitome of scientific complacency in prologue to the demise of an unsuspecting civilization...

Since the discussion gained momentum toward the rate of precession, particular perspective on the matter may be informative... Earth rotates retrograde at consistent speed, however, the observation thereof via nocturnal means incurs a (circle -VS- ellipse) paralax: although the co-ordinates of stars change, the 3D movement respective changing obliquity is not conveyed celestially...

Other than advancing the equinox, precessional revolution changes the orientation of Earth's axis - this registers in true Polar wander, in turn attested by the alignment with Polaris being on the wane - two dimensionally. The apparent rate at which this occurs in 2D however, does not account directionally for 3D change in the slant of Earth's axis.

Observing distance discrepancy side-on, by means of Sunrise -- over the course of a SolarYear -- line of sight along the ecliptic and at perpendicular to the horizon, whereby the two Solstice locations, with Equinox in-between, is depicted. (Present era obliquity 24°, the velocity of Earth and the parabolic path to which it is held by the Sun is consistent, therefore the time in which one orbit is completed, also). Perceiving the Sun disc from azimuth perspective, mid-winter to mid-summer & repeat, the time and distance to the stand-still/turn-around points on the horizon are consistent - relative to an era... (introduce the Zodiac)

When the obliquity of Earth's axis was 14° (1250 BC) Earth's orbital time and eccentricity wrt the Sun was also consistent with the present, however, the lattitude of the Tropics was reduced -i.e. the perceivable distance of travel, one Sunrise at a time -- viewed against the horizon -- is much shorter: the apparent rate at which the Sun progresses from one Solstice to the other registers accordingly.

Observed comparatively, Earth tilted over on its side -- 58°obliquity LGM 14210 BC (next 11710 AD) -- its orbital velocity and eccentricity remain unaltered, however, the exaggerated slant of the polar axis cause the separation distance of the Tropics to be greatly increased -i.e. the perceivable distance travelled by the Sun against the horizon is far greater, therefore the apparent rate of progression between summer; & winter Solstices, requires such to be speedier...

Both events occur in the usual Jun.& Dec. time-slot, hence the Sun needs to arrive on time, regardless of it seemingly covering more ground - it's an illusion. Any noticable change in the rate of precession, therefore, is an illusion. Perhaps once satisfaction concerning speed is ascertained, it may be a good idea to investigate other dynamics, of which the Great Year is in fact a product.

Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 15-Aug-19 15:00 by hendrik dirker.

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The Great Year 15588 Barbelo 10-Aug-19 22:10
Re: The Great Year 391 Merrell 11-Aug-19 13:53
Re: The Great Year 382 Martinsw1 13-Aug-19 18:13
Re: The Great Year 293 Barbelo 13-Aug-19 21:02
Re: The Great Year 303 Corpuscles 14-Aug-19 00:31
Re: The Great Year 311 Barbelo 14-Aug-19 03:44
Re: The Great Year 261 Corpuscles 14-Aug-19 21:31
Re: The Great Year 296 Barbelo 15-Aug-19 04:13
Re: The Great Year 273 Corpuscles 15-Aug-19 06:10
Re: The Great Year 296 Barbelo 15-Aug-19 21:32
Re: The Great Year 270 Corpuscles 15-Aug-19 22:20
Re: The Great Year 269 Barbelo 16-Aug-19 03:42
Eminence 300 hendrik dirker 16-Aug-19 07:14
Re: Eminence 276 Barbelo 16-Aug-19 21:08
What is all the fuss about the Great Year? 275 greengirl5 19-Aug-19 22:49
Re: The Great Year 393 hendrik dirker 15-Aug-19 14:00
Re: The Great Year 310 Corpuscles 16-Aug-19 08:35
Re: The Great Year 334 hendrik dirker 16-Aug-19 10:20
Re: The Great Year 333 Barbelo 16-Aug-19 22:24
Revisiting the elementary 293 hendrik dirker 18-Aug-19 07:00
Re: Revisiting the elementary 269 Barbelo 18-Aug-19 21:25
Star motion debunks Binary 274 hendrik dirker 19-Aug-19 20:20
Re: Star motion debunks Binary 269 Barbelo 19-Aug-19 21:44
Re: Star motion debunks Binary 264 Corpuscles 19-Aug-19 23:57
Re: Star motion debunks Binary 260 Eddie Larry 20-Aug-19 02:23
Re: Star motion debunks Binary 267 Barbelo 20-Aug-19 02:40
Re: Star motion debunks Binary 264 hendrik dirker 20-Aug-19 07:27
Re: Star motion debunks Binary 269 Barbelo 20-Aug-19 21:19
It's an illusion 267 hendrik dirker 21-Aug-19 11:12
Re: It's an illusion 258 Barbelo 21-Aug-19 20:57
Re: It's an illusion 243 PB Bytes 21-Aug-19 23:11
Re: It's an illusion 254 Barbelo 22-Aug-19 02:33
Re: It's an illusion 243 PB Bytes 22-Aug-19 02:49
Re: It's an illusion 255 Barbelo 22-Aug-19 05:37
Re: It's an illusion 248 PB Bytes 22-Aug-19 20:12
Re: It's an illusion 238 Barbelo 22-Aug-19 21:11
Re: It's an illusion 241 PB Bytes 22-Aug-19 22:22
Re: It's an illusion 233 Barbelo 22-Aug-19 22:49
Re: It's an illusion 262 PB Bytes 22-Aug-19 22:54
lative constant precession rate 267 hendrik dirker 22-Aug-19 07:27
Vedic Comparison 276 Barbelo 22-Aug-19 22:40
Re: Vedic Comparison 283 hendrik dirker 23-Aug-19 11:22
Re: Vedic Comparison 279 Barbelo 23-Aug-19 21:46
Re: 253 hendrik dirker 24-Aug-19 04:44
Re: Galactic Centre 267 Barbelo 24-Aug-19 06:24
Putting the binary to bed, with its teddy 294 hendrik dirker 24-Aug-19 13:23
Re: Putting the binary to bed, with its teddy 253 Barbelo 24-Aug-19 21:22
upon reflection 270 hendrik dirker 25-Aug-19 14:24
Re: upon reflection 307 Barbelo 25-Aug-19 21:12
RosettaStone of ZodiacTime 986 hendrik dirker 29-Aug-19 07:14
Re: Star motion debunks Binary 315 hendrik dirker 20-Aug-19 09:04
Re: Star motion debunks Binary 295 Corpuscles 20-Aug-19 11:41

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