The Perihelion Effect

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perihelion January 4, 2020

Ancient Civilizations

The Solar Deity

Sun worship is the oldest form of common worship and reverence. Science has reduced our concept of the sun to a flaming ball of gas. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_deity

January Esoteric Holidays

https://www.northernway.org/mysteryschool/tag/perihelion/ JANUARY ESOTERIC HOLIDAYS Jan 1 – Jan 31 January/Janus – Dedicated to Old Roman God-Goddess Janus – Jana, who knows both past and future. Jan 2 thru 3 Feast of Old Greek Goddess Hekate / Hecate– who guides all through transitions and crisis. Jan 3 or 4 Earth Perihelion – when the Earth is closest to the Sun. (It is …

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the ancients realized this relationship through yoga, ritual and self study

By observing the body’s cycle superimposed over the calendar’s these sages and shamen made predictions based on their understanding of the celestial dynamics.  As records and observations improved, the calendar has changed significantly and holidays moved to suit these observations.  The heliocentric understanding of universe seemed absurd until Galileo re-interpreted the existing data into a new paradigm. …

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Equinoxes, Solstice, Cross Quarters shown as seasonal cusps, worshipped by pagans and later religious holidays

http://www.archaeoastronomy.com/seasons.html http://www.archaeoastronomy.com/countdowns.html   http://www.archaeoastronomy.com/seasonal_cusps.mp4 Until 500 years ago most people other than a few far-sighted philosophical scientists imagined the sun, the planets and the stars all revolved around a stationary earth. After all, the same heavenly track made by the sun during the day is the planetary passageway at night. Eventually, the earth was shown …

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