PART 8. THE EARTH AT THE SIGHT OF THE SOLAR ZODIAC
SECTION 1. THE TROPICAL VS. SIDEREAL ZODIAC
1.1. The Concept of the Tropical Zodiac
1.2. Weak Points of the “Eternal” Sidereal Zodiac
1.3. Preliminary Conclusions
SECTION 2. THE SOLAR SYSTEM ZODIAC, SZ
2.1. The Concept of the SZ
2.2. Solar System’s Position in the Galaxy
2.3. Basic Parameters of the Solar System’s Zodiac
2.4. SZ in Reference to the TZ
2.5. What Influence Does the SZ Exert on the Earth?
SECTION 3. VERIFICATION OF THE SZ MODEL
3.1. General Considerations
3.2. Esoterical & Astrophysical Verification of the Concept of SZ
3.3. The “Celestial Thunderbird”, Eta Carinae
3.4. When Does the Platonic Year Start?
3.5. Synchronism of the Change-of-Ages Concepts
Crucifying the Earth on the Galactic Cross (450 KB: Article and 2 Supplements)
Sergey Smelyakov, Jan Wicherink. January 5, 2007
Bringing of the Tropical and Solar Zodiacs into correspondence specifies the XX-correlation symbolized by the Double Cross, the elements of which engender the allied models, whereas the precessional coincidence of the axes of these Zodiacs defines the Great Celestial Conjunction – one of the four most prominent Celestial events for the Earth in a Platonic year (26 000 yr), symbolized by the Astronomical Cross. Calculations and a synopsis of esoteric meaning of various Crosses are given in Supplements.
Further evidences in support of these conclusions are to appear at Page 7: ATS in the artefacts of Egypt ("The Celestial Constants in the Great Pyramid of Giza, Mayan Calendar and Cydonia Complex")
The Mystery of Maya Symbols and the Epochs of Crucial World Transformations Sergey Smelyakov, Jan Wicherink. (888 KB: Article, 27 Figs, and 5 Supplements)
The sequel to: Crucifying the Earth on the Galactic Cross
In this article we show that there exists the correspondence between the Maya artefacts pertaining to their Cosmogony and the Old World ones as well as with the Great Celestial Conjunction (GCC) symbols and concepts. This means that the concepts of XX-correlation and GCC were also known to Maya and reflected, principally, in the same symbols. Besides, the composite symbol – the Galactic Butterfly – is considered which unites the basic concepts of Evolution. Its composition and elements, as well as its name (Spider Water) reflect the esoteric ideas of Cosmogony that were the same in the Old and New Worlds; it reflects the idea of the GCC even in a more profound way than the 8-pointed Cross and presents the Mesoamerican analogue of the ancient Old World Swastika.
The Celestial Crosses in Earth’s Motions: Geometry and Periods of Paramount Astronomical Cycles
This is a synopsis of several categories of celestial mechanics where the geometry and timing of the basic Earth’s motions are described. On this ground the Celestial Crosses are defined as the geometrical structures that comprise the main elements specifying the basic types of circular motions of the Earth and thus describe, spatially and temporally, the cycles in which the Earth participate. Although these cycles are engendered by the gravitational interactions between the Sun and planets, in these considerations we do not go beyond the kinematical aspects of Earth motions.
The Celestial Crosses and Paramount Earth’s Cycles in Astrophysics, Artefacts and Esoterical Concepts
In this article it is shown that the Celestial Crosses describe how the Earth’s exposure to the electromagnetic and corpuscular interaction between the Galaxy and Sun is modulated in Time and Space. It is also shown that these Crosses and the effects they describe were evidently known millennia ago and reflected in a series of esoterical concepts, symbols and artefacts, both in the Old and in the New Worlds.
1. S. Smelyakov. The Earth at the Sight of the Solar Zodiac http://cura.free.fr/xxv/25smely4.html
2. Smelyakov S. The Solar Zodiac and the Age of Capricorn // The International Astrologer, Vol. XXIX (Spring 2000), No. 1, P. 41 – 45.
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