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Of course Earth precesses in relation to the Sun :-o)

after all, the pole stars change -together with those comprising Draco. From our peripheral, this constellation revolves on the spot -apparent star motion around the pole of the ecliptic does not reflect Earth's orbit, it displays Earth gyration -precession.

As reiterated earlier, if our Solar System was in orbit of even the nearest other star, circumpolar star motion patterns around the N & S poles of the Ecliptic would be vastly different to what is observable in reality.

The 'wobble' changes Earth's orientation wrt the GC. Earth's axis -having come into longitude alignment, with the South Pole slanted toward the nucleus of our Galaxy, then commences departure  (Mayan 5th, Pisces to Aquarius) & 180*deg / 13000 years later, is turned opposite from the GC, with Antarctica inclined toward Gemini, Orion and.. the Sun -thus heralding in a new era.

Our Sun's location, near the edge of the Galactic disc, resembles a fixed address which together with us, revolves  as a whole (apologies for sounding elementary but for benefit of others) on the micro, Earth spins on its axis, the Moon wildly whizzes around Earth, which orbits the Sun at greater velocity than a bullet -inherent factors of our dizzying observation platform, Earth.

Om the macro, to discover the long count and great ages, "bury the bone deeper..." Observe Earth's antics from extra terrestrial peripheral. The error lies in math, interpretation - the surrounding Galaxy, complete with its proper motion, which is scarcely discernible, provides a stable reference frame. 

Two different types of time are merged:  days i.e. Earth revolving in hours 360* around its axis and years comprising (elliptical) orbits of the Sun, which only translates as 360* tropical year but effectively is not. Precession nevertheless, like days, is an axial occurrence, incurring 360* rotation while enduring the time of accumulating lap after orbital lap of the Sun -Earth wobbles independently and not as a consequence. 

The Moon being a mere satellite,  can be a false witness, a captured rogue, Luna does not dictate to Earth -the order of command being Galaxy eye - Sun - Earth. The actual missing motion is Earth's gyration.

"the  bone is not lost..."




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The Celestial Clock 279 Walter Cruttenden 03-Sep-12 20:20
Re: The Celestial Clock 106 Dr. Lew Graham 03-Sep-12 21:51
Re: The Celestial Clock 108 Walter Cruttenden 03-Sep-12 23:33
no lost star, only knowledge.. 104 hendrik dirker 06-Sep-12 16:34
Re: no lost star, only knowledge.. 72 Walter Cruttenden 07-Sep-12 03:20
Re: no lost star, only knowledge.. 110 hendrik dirker 08-Sep-12 17:52
The solar system moves 75 Walter Cruttenden 09-Sep-12 00:20
Re: The solar system moves 105 hendrik dirker 09-Sep-12 15:43
Re: The solar system moves 54 Walter Cruttenden 10-Sep-12 07:15
It is what it is 81 hendrik dirker 11-Sep-12 23:00
Re: It is what it is 93 Walter Cruttenden 12-Sep-12 04:38
Re: The Celestial Clock 71 Corpuscles 03-Sep-12 22:52
Re: The Celestial Clock 72 Walter Cruttenden 03-Sep-12 23:57
Re: The Celestial Clock 73 carolb 04-Sep-12 02:24
Re: The Celestial Clock 41 Walter Cruttenden 04-Sep-12 19:22
Re: The Celestial Clock 87 Nolondil 05-Sep-12 23:41
Re: The Celestial Clock 39 Walter Cruttenden 07-Sep-12 20:56
Re: Yes, I get the occasional negative response 101 Thunderbird 04-Sep-12 03:08
Luna Capture 94 Dr. Lew Graham 04-Sep-12 04:00
Re: Luna Capture 73 Thunderbird 04-Sep-12 15:51
Mythology on Luna Capture 71 Dr. Lew Graham 05-Sep-12 04:09
Re: Luna Capture 134 Audrey 05-Sep-12 04:09
Re: Yes, I get the occasional negative response 54 Walter Cruttenden 04-Sep-12 19:25
Re: The Celestial Clock 80 Bibhu Dev Misra 04-Sep-12 08:42
Re: The Celestial Clock 75 Walter Cruttenden 04-Sep-12 19:39
Re: The Celestial Clock 79 Bibhu Dev Misra 05-Sep-12 08:25
Re: The Celestial Clock 86 Walter Cruttenden 05-Sep-12 19:59
Re: The Celestial Clock 51 Sirius7237 04-Sep-12 16:11
Re: The Celestial Clock 66 Walter Cruttenden 04-Sep-12 20:32
Re: The Celestial Clock, 55 michael seabrook 05-Sep-12 21:53
Re: The Celestial Clock, 78 Walter Cruttenden 06-Sep-12 06:54
Re: The Celestial Clock, 70 michael seabrook 06-Sep-12 21:00
The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 76 Dr. Lew Graham 06-Sep-12 21:16
Re: The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 92 carolb 06-Sep-12 22:49
Explain 21 December 2012 precisely? 71 Dr. Lew Graham 06-Sep-12 23:21
Re: The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 76 michael seabrook 07-Sep-12 14:13
Re: The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 53 Walter Cruttenden 07-Sep-12 21:24
Re: The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 82 michael seabrook 08-Sep-12 12:21
Re: The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 52 Walter Cruttenden 08-Sep-12 19:34
Re: The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 81 Bibhu Dev Misra 09-Sep-12 07:37
Re: The 'correct' time on the Celestial Clock, 37 Walter Cruttenden 10-Sep-12 07:41
Re: The Celestial Clock 64 Bibhu Dev Misra 07-Sep-12 19:17
Re: The Celestial Clock 81 Walter Cruttenden 08-Sep-12 19:27
Queastion: Earth crust displacement 89 finaltom 30-Sep-12 02:52
Re: Queastion: Earth crust displacement 89 Walter Cruttenden 30-Sep-12 21:56
Re: Queastion: Earth crust displacement 65 finaltom 30-Sep-12 23:04


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