look to the sun, in my book….
well if we continue to use the analogy of changing ‘seasons’ or ‘stages’ that the sun ‘experiences’, over a 25,812 year period, there is another commonality between the sun, earth and moon we could apply to a potential binary companion.
the moon and earth share one.
the earth and sun share one.
I have a feeling sol and its sol-mate, its binary companion, share a barycenter.
I need to google this.
the turning point reference imprinted on the ASYMMETRICAL brain is cool…
‘turning point’ or ‘reversal’ is a clue worth following up on.
4 AGES MODEL is based on the Greek Zodiacal Cross which depicts the 1-12 signs of the horoscope…or we can view them as the 12 constellations that sit within 9 degrees of the ecliptic, when discussing precession of the equinoxes.
The model clearly shows the AGE of PISCES #12 is rotating in an opposite direction to the AGE of AQUARIUS #11.
See how it verks, as perhaps a tool to help make predictions on both small and big scales?
As the universal** 4 AGES Precession of the Equinox Model shows, note the outside ring, it reverses the two wishes that preceded it.
Yes the galactic genie grants you three wishes it seems.
The first two are negated in a sense by the third wish.
Precession seems to follow the same ‘pattern’.
**I believe that the 4 AGES Model can be applied to the sun or an electron or the Milky Way as this next image shows.
I have used the same colors for the arrows to show how they flow the same.
Digital Sky Survey of the Milky Way
It seems many beliefs fit this ‘archetypal blueprint’ … the 4 AGES Model of Precession of the Equinoxes that takes place on a galactic cross.
Other examples found here:
https://kachina2012.wordpress.com/2009/0 … companion/
I really like this connection between the 4 AGES Model, Sound and Light and ancient symbols left as clues, clues that cannot ever be erased.
https://kachina2012.wordpress.com/2008/0 … milky-way/
KEY 528=Swastika=ancient Spherical Standing Wave Theory
“A theory is more impressive the greater is the simplicity of its premise, the more different are the kinds of things it relates and the more extended its range of applicability…”