Why the Zodiac stars do not rotate clockwise or at least stay stationary ?! And what causes the precession of the equinoxes ?
Frank Pio Russo -January 24, 20017.
The stellar system that's been in vogue for almost forever is wrong: if the earth doesn't advance, then the stars should remain "fixed"... whereas if the earth does advance then the Zodiac should move clockwise instead of anticlockwise as viewed from the northern hemisphere. My discoveries restore the theory to predict what's actually going on !
There has been something clearly wrong in astronomy for hundreds of years - this is truly evident when one considers my recent stellar aberration work. It is crystal clear that the earth advances eastwards in relation to the nearby stars (i.e. anticlockwise as viewed from the northern hemisphere) - yet how do we resolve the paradox that the stars of the Zodiac, still appear to be moving in the same direction that the earth revolves ?!
The reason for the apparent paradox is simply because the absolute motion has not been accounted for ! However, the motion of the stars anticlockwise (as I see them from my southern hemisphere) - which is the current known entity - is simply due to the rotation of the earth, such that a star would rise at about 6 pm and set at about 6 am (generally speaking), as opposed to the absolute orbital motion of the earth. The latter manifests itself as the precession of the equinoxes and this is the real truth and the only truth in this regard !
Scientists have been so incredibly gullible ! - (I.e. in reference to the supposed cyclic wobbling of the orientation of the earth' s axis, as being the cause for the "precession of the equinoxes")... The facts are that our sun is at 8 mps from the centre of the milky way, and that makes the circumference of its orbit, the duration of about 214 million earth years if our sun was going at the accepted 230 km/sec... however there would be a vast change should it be going at its full absolute velocity of close to 53,200 km/sec, resulting in an orbital duration of only 923,988 earth years. The latter represents the equivalent of 35.82 precession cycles.
However, I'm entitled to be rather sceptical about the proposed figures for such an orbit around our galaxy, because more often than not - one is actually dealing with circular facts that depend on each other - such that as soon as one changes the original 'guessed' quantity, the edifice changes and everything collapses: e.g. the difference in the two orbital durations is a factor of about 231... it obviously matters a great deal whether one uses one speed instead of the other !
As far as I am concerned the dichotomy involved here is quite distinct and clear-cut ! In the rotation of the earth one sets up a daily motion of the stars which goes from east to west along the ecliptic. Whereas with the orbital motion one engenders the causation of the precession of the cycles of the equinoxes... as this involves the whole galactic orbit to be completed, it actually takes place at possibly every 26,000 years - approximately - and the motion of the stars in this regard would go from west to east: this should be obvious - as the earth advances during the year, the stars appear to move forward with you as you keep seeing the zodiac advance around the duration of the year.
Obviously if one considers the absolute speed much faster, then one would have to relent and acknowledge the possibility of the galactic orbit being much quicker than currently accepted, and perhaps actually being one and the same with the precession phenomenon !
May my extensive efforts be both heeded and rewarded:
Frank Pio Russo.
Explanatory Note A: One must of course realize that most of the individual stars that make up the various components of the Zodiac, are also orbiting the centre of the galaxy - and this is why most of us are only aware of our sun's relative speed amongst its many companions as opposed to an absolute speed!
Explanatory Note B: The principle I've been outlining can best be illustrated by considering the difference between a synodic and a sidereal earth year - the former is a tiny bit longer referring to the sun/earth alignment, whereas the latter is a bit shorter as it refers to the same position relative to the stars. Hence in the galactic orbit of our sun, I guess it would apply to the "black-body (or galactic-centre)/sun alignment" slowly rotating around the galactic trajectory of our sun, thus generating our precession of the equinoxes ! (It appears as an incredibly sound and logical process to me!)Ps. I must apologize for the bit of ambiguity created by the terms "clockwise", "anticlockwise" etc. ... I hope you can nevertheless grasp what I was trying to say, despite its slight clumsiness !