posted on Mar, 17 2010 @ 06:10 AM
I think I get it now, the first two lines represent a period of time when during the winter solstice will appear a star, in the west but slightly
north, and then will transition to the east but slightly south during summer solstice.
Another star, not the same star as in the first two lines, will pass inbetween Jupiter and Mars as it makes a wide loop around our Sun, and shoots
back out into space only to repeat its journey again in the far off future.
It will pull the Earth slightly and risk flinging the debris that trails it into Earth's orbital path.
It will raise the sea levels like a permanent tide, this tug of war between the Earth and the star will cause sea temperatures to rise.
At one point in its transition tt will pull on the Earth enough to lift loose rock into orbit which will in turn collide with the Moon.