Fixed Earth – precessing stars

 

 

 

Equidistant Azimuthal projection

In his fixed Earth presentation, Bonacci shows the “Gleason’s New Standard Map of the World“.

It shows Earth as a flat plane. Antarctica circles Earth’s perimeter. The Arctic region appears only as a small ice mass, above the equator. He describes it as an ‘equidistant azimuthal projection’.

In a cartoon depiction of ‘The Pre-Copernican Universe’, there are both planes above and planes below a flat Earth plane. The Kabbalists call this the ‘ten spheres’ above the plane of earth, or the tree of ten Sephirot, he says. These layers are like 10 concentric circles.

fixedstars

Bonacci believes this band of fixed stars hovers out beyond the planets and Sun.

This band, the realm of the Demiurge, works as a diatonic octave system, relating to the musical scale. Our ‘solar cell’ contains 7 planes below and seven above the plane of Earth.

The planes above contain the Moon, Sun, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. Bonacci thinks that these are not planetary bodies at all, but luminous ones, like stars. Therefore, astronauts with physical bodies cannot go there.

The Kabbalah depicts the fixed stars sitting out beyond, in a plane beyond Saturn.

Bonacci believes that in the ‘eighth sphere’, the fixed stars sit. And that this sphere precesses, like its going backward in time. The fixed stars do creep along, but quite slowly. This gives a very precise way to measure time.

The phenomena known as ‘Precession of the Equinoxes’ may be differently caused from what Copernican model teaches us.

This Precession of the Equinoxes in global model is said to be caused by the Earth’s 23 and 1/2 degree tilt and wobble on its axis. Makes me dizzy just to think about.

Bonacci believes that fixed stars themselves precess from their own sphere. This is no illusion made possible by the Earth’s tilting wobble.

We mark this precession during Equinoxes and Solstices. From our perspective on Earth, the stars move back by 1 degree every 72 years.

Jyotish teachings weigh heavily on the passage of the fixed stars, taking note of the larger time scale their movement creates.

Sidereal based astronomy shows the pattern of how fixed stars move around us. The passage through each one of the constellations of the zodiac takes approximately 2000 years. This creates a grand 26,000 year precession cycle.

Sirius-http:::mail.colonial.net:~hkaiter:Constellations_Winter.html

A few of the fixed stars do not precess as most do. 

Bonacci believes that star, Sirius and the Canis Major constellation might actually be standing still, from an Earth-based perspective.

Ursa Major and the Pleiades, probably the Orion system and Canis Major might be amongst these non-precessing outer stars as well.

He calls Sirius the ‘Mother of the Sun’. It is the brightest star in the heavens and is most luminous in the Winter night sky. 

On the Winter Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere, you will see Sirius. She sits in neck of the constellation of the ‘Dog star’, Canis Major.

In the Tropical zodiac, constellations are placed on the Ecliptic. By this perspective, there may be a few stars that don’t precess. This zodiac system is both Biblical and Hermetic in origin.

We may live in a far different world than the materialist, Darwinist models would have us believe. The Global model for now, is what we are being educated to believe. Ancient models of cosmology, from both East and West may hold clues to how the universe is actually created.

 

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