The Perihelion Effect

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Astronomy

Johannes Kepler Theorized That Each Planet Sings a Song, Each in a Different Voice: Mars is a Tenor; Mercury, a Soprano; and Earth, an Alto

Johannes Kepler determined just how the planets of our solar system make their way around the sun. He published his innovative work on the subject from 1609 to 1619, and in the final year of that decade he also came up with a theory that each planet sings a song, and each in a different voice …

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Axial Precession and Perihelion Apsis

This information may be the most important regarding my hypothesis of a connection between Perihelion and the structure of the ancient calendars.  It made me rethink my approach but ultimately I arrived at the same conclusions,   Those are to be published in my next blog posting that will sum it up.   https://youtu.be/m6lMGoZTJnc

Mercury Going Retrograde without Astrology

Could Mercury going retrograde be affecting you. Astrologers and new age devotees will claim it has an effect on behavior. However as an rational scientist could tell it is just an optical illusion. Perihelion is an actual phenomena, not an optical illusion. The Perihelion, an actual planetary phenomena, is unknown or accounted for amongst the …

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Sacred Geometry

Nature, which is never not lavish of herself, after a lying-in of two thousand years, has finally brought you forth in these last generations, the first true images of the universe. By means of your concords of various voices, and through your ears, she has whispered to the human mind, the favorite daughter of God …

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Facts about the sun

The Earth orbits the sun at a speed of about 18.4 miles per second or about 66,600 mph. The energy required to stop the Earth orbiting the sun then is about 2.6478 × 1033 joules or 7.3551 × 1029 watt hours or 6.3285*1017 megatons of TNT. For reference, the largest nuclear explosion ever detonated (the Tsar Bomba by …

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Are December’s solstice and January’s perihelion related?

By EarthSky in Astronomy Essentials | Space | January 1, 2018 December solstice 2017 was December 21. Earth is closest to the sun for 2018 on January 2-3. Coincidence? Earth and sun via ISS Expedition 13/ NASA. Earth comes closest to the sun on January 3, 2018 at around 5:35 UTC; translate to your time zone. This event is called Earth’s perihelion. …

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Parallax Shift

par·al·lax noun the effect whereby the position or direction of an object appears to differ when viewed from different positions, e.g., through the viewfinder and the lens of a camera. the angular amount of parallax in a particular case, especially that of a star viewed from different points in the earth’s orbit. plural noun: parallaxes This …

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The Founding Fathers were Perihelion Worshipers

Fact: John Hancock delayed the signing of the Declaration of Independence by at least one day so that it would fall on July 4th.  What is the significance? On June 7, 1776, a proposal to declare the American colonies an independent nation was submitted to the Second Continental Congress by Richard Henry Lee of Virginia. … Congress …

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The analemma

You may have wondered what that figure eight loop drawn on a globe is. It is the analemma. In astronomy, an analemma is a diagram showing the variation of the position of the Sun in the sky over the course of a year, as viewed at a fixed time of day and from a fixed …

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Today I found out the Earth is hottest when it is furthest from the Sun on its orbit, not when it is closest

http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2011/12/the-earth-is-hottest-when-it-is-furthest-from-the-sun-on-its-orbit-not-when-it-is-closest/ Today I found out the Earth is hottest when it is furthest from the Sun on its orbit, not when it is closest. During the period when the Earth is furthest from the sun (aphelion), the average temperature of the entire planet is about 4°F (2.3°C) higher than when it is closest to the sun …

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What do Kepler’s Elliptical orbits have to do with the Holidays?

Consider this; As the winter holidays approach, the earth is approaching the sun.  It is gaining velocity at an increasing rate.  This acceleration increases until the earth reaches perihelion.  Then it begins to move away and decrease acceleration until around July 4th. So here it is, just at the time that we start to mark …

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Earth at Perihelion

Earth at Perihelion On January 4, 2001, our planet made its annual closest approach to the Sun.Listen to this story (requires RealPlayer) January 4, 2001 — This morning at 5 o’clock Eastern Standard time (0900 UT) Earth made its annual closest approach to the Sun — an event astronomers call perihelion. Northerners shouldn’t expect any relief from the …

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