posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 10:14 AM
reply to post by ThaLoccster
Thanks for sharing that link!!
I just glanced through it but will re read it more fine tuned in a bit....but I want to comment on two things.
The picture they showed with the sun at the center, is a bit different then the one I posted....the pic they showed actually looks alot like the pic
of 1998. Ill have to research that.
The second thing I noticed was the astrological parts...they said that the winter solstice sun is 0degrees Capricorn. Dur to our wobble, our
perspectives of our sun and its path changes. If you are standing on Earth, and can see the Sun along with its locational background of the cosmos,
the Sun will be in Sagittarius and will have just moved out of Ophiuchus (the 13th sign of the zodiac). Astrology needs to be updated, with astronomy.
Astrology is out of date on many positions now because man tried to make it a fixed observation about 2000 years ago. A huge blunder that I talk about
Now if you went back several thousand years ago, you would find the winter solstice sun at Capricorn....but not today.
Just adding my take, from just a small glance.
One thing I do agree with on the Mayans...is they used equal divisions of the sky, they did not seem concerned with the constellations. The
constellations all hold different amounts of space in the sky, causing a unequal division, if you truly observe it that way, through signs.
Best intent and best wishes