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Earth gyration & climate change (cont.)
By Hendrik G. Dirker

Constructing a time machine

Using a globe on its standard mounting of approx.24deg inclination, from the latitude & longitude intersect at Giza, roughly along the Red Sea, circumscribe a line (use rubber bands to create a straight edge) 52deg. N & S of latitude\ 38deg.E & W of longitude. This is the Two-Lands-Division. Determine the present era Sun-Earth perpendicular relationship by rotating the globe on its axis and align the Ecliptic path with Earth's orbital plane on the horizontal.

Arrange the Zodiac, comprising of the 12 constellations, on a translucent sphere around the globe. Mark out the orbital plane of Earth onto it. The northern hemisphere solstice aligns with Pisces, the southern hemisphere solstice aligns with Virgo and the two equinoxes correspond with Gemini and Sagittarius, east and west, respectively. Use a spherical projected star chart with the fulcrum on Orion and connect the stars Rigel, Betelgeux and Castor with a line (celestial divide against the backdrop of Gemini). Highlight the 6thHour RA Meridian to the pole star Polaris, which accords with the present era.

Observed from the perspective of Virgo, the focal point of the Sun is centered over Bangladesh and the North Pole is inclined toward the Sun. The perpendicular day|night divide is between Gemini and Sagittarius. Where the Two-Lands-Diagonal cuts this vertical divide, provides the coordinates for the axis of precession (approx. coordinates: 37*W long.x55*N lat. and 142*E long.x55*S lat.).

Remove the globe from its mounting to configure the other lines: mark the polar meridian, along the Nile River, draw the triangle with its base between Lake Chad and the Aral Sea. Where the longitude of the Aral meets the Equator is its apex, then, finally replace the globe in its mounting but use the precession axis holes. Orientate the mounting to align with Sagittarius-Gemini divide. Rotate it for one revolution against Earth's spin direction, causing the Suns' focal point to shift from Bangladesh eastward -tracing the equator of precession and voila! 26000 years elapsed...

Gyration model

Origin of time & motion

Earth is suspended on the Zodiacal intersection, made by Virgo & Pisces + Gemini & Sagittarius (the fixed solstices and equinoxes). These stations are comparable to 3&9 + 6&12 o'clock of an analogue clock, with Earth at the hub of the intersection. Combining these references with the division correlation and the present era (Ecliptic path), it is possible to plot Earth's gyration cycle. Precession causes a divergence involving longitude. The observable effect from Earth is changing polar stars and the equinox sunrise advancing through the constellations of the Zodiac. Compounding matters, the axis of precession is inclined and not perpendicular to the Ecliptic orbital plane -thus exhibiting an obliquity factor, similar to that of the polar spin axis but intersecting it. This axis is the governing principal of obliquity in Earth's polar spin axis: it slowly twines the intersecting polar axis around and from the center of the Earth outward, two cones form as the poles trace circles on the celestial sphere. The circle, of some 38 degrees diameter, is in fact tangent to the pole of the ecliptic and not concentric. This is radically different to the current understanding of precession, which presents a huge problem: the still point in heaven is not where astronomers determined it to be!

Pole & obliquity

Earth spins on its polar axis, completing a revolution in 24hours, which in turn comprise smaller units of time. This spin generates equatorial oblateness. The basis of time is measured in Earth's equator, which is calibrated in geodetic units with intersecting longitude meridians that converge at the poles (a spherical object, its measure is expressed in nautical arithmetic constituents, hence the Pi component). Our cardinal reference is the Sun, not east… Earth performs a gyrating dance while maintaining a fixed orbital plane around the Sun. The spectacle ought to be observed from an extra terrestrial peripheral -from the perspective of the Sun. The ideal reference is when the focus of the Sun is over the Equator -when day and night in the two respective halves are of equal duration. This occurs twice during one orbit around the Sun (a solar year).

Half of Earth is continuously illuminated by the Sun, while the other half is in darkness. The polar axis constantly spins the Globe through the day|night divide and experiencing the event on Earth is that of sunrise-midday-sunset-midnight back to sunrise, so completing one revolution. More significant, is when this day-night reversal occurs as Earth gyrates in retrogade fashion. Determining time is by counting 'static' longitude lines on the Globe precessing through the focal point of the Sun (on the spherical surface of the Earth). This focus represents the 'detached capstone': commencing from and returning to the apex of the triangle in one revolution. For demonstrative purposes, suppose precession takes 25920 years to complete a 360deg. revolution at a rate of 72years per 1degree of arc. Then 360 divided by 24 longitude hours, equates to 15degrees. 25920 years divided by 24 longitude hours translates as 1080 years over every 15deg. longitude.

At a specific moment, the 'Two-Lands-Division' is in unison with the division between day and night (this is best observed at right angle, with Sun and Earth in simultaneous view). Integrating an element of celestial duality, the Duat triangle straddles the Two-Lands-Divide, converging with the perpendicular day|night divide between the two equinoxes, 13000 years apart. Precession ushers in a significant change every half revolution -after 180 degrees there is a reversal and the portion that was in darkness is then illuminated by the Sun (the two portions face opposite sides of the celestial sphere). Moreover, for the duration of 13000 years Earth's polar spin axis is relatively upright, albeit varying and for the remaining 13000 years it's subject to dreadful divergence… The two respective peaks occur at the two respective equinoxes of precession -i.e. the two instances when the perpendicular day|night divide would cut the poles along Earth's spin axis. By mapping Earth and sky, with a correlating meridian, the pyramid builders captured a fix in time. The geometrical layout of the pyramids providespecific references during the cycle of precession that enable us to plot any epoch, past or future.

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