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

Deviation of Sun's path

Despite the irregularity of an ellipsoidal trajectory, Earth's orbital plane around the Sun is consistent. This constitutes the Ecliptic. It is important to differentiate between 'the path of the Sun' and the Ecliptic as they are not necessarily one and the same. One orbit around the Sun delineates the progression of the Sun around the circumference of the Globe. This constitutes its path. Variation in the angle of Earth's polar spin axis will influence the observable path traced by the Sun on the Globe.

In addition, precessional revolution not only shifts the Sun's focus eastward but due to its inclination, also causes it to gradually fluctuate between the N & S hemispheres. The variable focal point of the Sun combines with the invariable orbital plane of the Earth and generates paths for the Sun. Deviation in these paths is apparent in relation to the continents and oceans, with climatic implications -the extent determined by the degree of tilt.

Orbital motion brings about the seasons in conjunction with the obliquity factor, which governs the N & S latitude limits of the Sun. These boundaries -solstice to solstice (a tropical year) -are determined by the inclination of Earth's polar axis. The Sun's present reach is contained between the latitudes of the so-called tropics: Capricorn & Cancer. This accords the Ecliptic plane with the present era path of the Sun.

Technically, the Ecliptic of our age could be referred to as the Ecliptic of Pisces. Due to precessional transition of the equinox sunrise however, it will soon become the Ecliptic of Aquarius -accompanied by variation in the obliquity of Earth's polar axis and the subsequent orbital path traced by the Sun on the Globe (also observe how the various ancient sites around the Globe relate). I advocate 'precession' as Earth's primary motion that markedly integrates all other motion into the collective mechanism that constitutes the root cause of climate change. My conclusion is that the Sun will advance very near to the Arctic and Antarctic Circles, with cataclysmic consequences!

Precessional division & unification

Consolidating the legend

Mythology comprises a body of knowledge wherin the geometry of celestial and geological topography was preserved in symbolism and word. The primary motivation behind the pyramids -the word of Thoth in stone -was not for the enternment of the King but knowledge... Knowledge of 'the gates' and what is in 'the hours' of the Duat sky. The geometrical relation between the Abu Ruwash Pyramid, via Giza and Zawyet el Aryan, divides Egypt -essentially the Earth. The two portions house the seats of power: Osiris' (G1 /Alnitak) and Seth's (G3 /Mintaka) respectively. This configuration has a counterpart evident in the sky -the celestial division corresponds accordingly: Rigel via the Orion Belt stars to Betelgeux and beyond -dividing the celestial sphere into two equal portions. The geography is divided by light and dark -the two portions/lands/earths 'exchange places' after a half precessional revolution and face opposite directions, thus the portion (1/2 Earth) that was illuminated is in darknesss and vice-versa. The 26000 year 'day/night' is what prompted the enormous efforts of the ancients and not a 24 hour day/night, which they could observe daily, so to speak…

"Geb, (earth god) commanded the nine gods to gather... He judged between Horus and Seth; he ended their quarrel.
He made Seth king of Upper Egypt, upto the place where he was born, which is Su...
and made Horus king of Lower Egypt, upto the place where Osiris drowned...

-which is the 'Division-of-the-Two Lands'.

Thus Horus stood over one region and Seth over one region...
They made peace at Ayan. Then it seemed wrong to Geb that the portion of Horus
was like that of Seth. So Geb gave to Horus his inheritance, for he is the son of his first born...
Then Horus stood over the Two Lands… He is the uniter of the Two Lands… who arose as King of Upper and Lower Egypt..."

Shabaka Stone, British Museum
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