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Post by RileySlowWave Mon Apr 01, 2024 4:45 am

seems to be the way it works
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Lunisolar Interplay Empty does sign-position [zodiac] directly affect N/S movement(?)

Post by RileySlowWave Thu Apr 04, 2024 7:07 am

YES
https://flatearth.freeforums.net/thread/57/sign-position-zodiac-affect-movement
work shown above

in gist: depending on where Sol & Luna reside in relation to the zodiac DIRECTLY affects their N/S position

truly, their respective altitudes at meridian crossing correlate within 0-6º

one can track Luna as she enters new signs every 2-3 days...

it's the exact same story ↑↓↑ as w/ the sun [up in Capricorn; down in Cancer...]

note: amazing that the signs are the exact same as the tropic terms... hahaha

sun 'resurrects' as it enters Capricorn after 'dying' in Sagittarius

it then peaks in Gemini & begins 'descending' as it enters Cancer
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Post by RileySlowWave Mon Apr 08, 2024 4:01 am

so to be clear:

Lunar phases are explained by moon & sun's positions on zodiac
  - across from each other = full moon
  - in same sign/place on track = new moon
  - etc.

how far north & south both objects [& probably the planets...] traverse is completely related to where they are on the wheel/track/zodiac
  - so as moon, sun, etc.(?) enter, for instance, Gemini, you can bet your arse that they will be farther north
  - as they enter Sagittarius they will be south...
  - Luna traverses this scope/wheel every ~28 days [correct me if i'm wrong please], & laps the gets lapped by the sun every 29.5 days -- thus matching w/ her cycles/phases

whoa(!) right(!?)

tomorrow is an eclipse so this is extra cool as a for-instance

predicting in 2 weeks she is opposite on the zodiac; & the other planets will remain alongside ol Sol, big daddy, Jesus(?)

still figuring out how their speeds adjust, which they do, & their heights... it seems they rise in the N & slow down -- in fact, the rate of change slows down exactly at the spring equinox [while the days continue getting longer]

that people have mapped this out is neat/appreciated 📅


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Lunisolar Interplay Empty changing speeds

Post by RileySlowWave Mon Apr 15, 2024 5:11 pm

hey all, i think i had the interpretation of the relative speeds backwards:

it appears Luna orbits slowest, falling behind [rather than lapping] Sol every 29.5 days

the zodiac/fixed stars seem to orbit fastest, circling in just under 24 hours [thus causing seasons]

i was concluding that Luna's 28 day zodiac lap was due to 'her' moving faster, rather than slower

a simple tell is watching her rise later than Sol each day [just had an eclipse; now she's behind the day again]

sorry for any confusion(!) still working out the bugs/concepts myself 🙏

any guidance on this subject is of course appreciated
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Lunisolar Interplay Empty orbital times

Post by RileySlowWave Tue Apr 16, 2024 5:48 am

this is handy & took some research; so sharing it here:

Zodiac orbit [from fixed position] = 23.93 hours
Sol orbit [from fixed position] = ~24 hours
Lunar orbit [from fixed position] = avg ~24.79 hours [fluctuates between 24.65 & 24.95...]

hope that clears things up -- it's embarrassing having models backwards(!)

such is the process of learning ✌

[it really feels like i'm talkin' to myself here -- oh well]

LEARNING
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Post by RileySlowWave Mon Apr 29, 2024 12:38 am

hey, i've just started tackling the Lunar eclipse subject in earnest, & have brought away at least preliminary findings:

considering whether they occur in predictable locations on the zodiac wheel [just like phases], we find the following:

March 24-25th, 2024

full moon, opposite sides of zodiac

September 17-18th, 2024

full moon, opposite sides

November 8, 2022

zodiac positions: opposite, once again, full moon

so that's getting somewhere(!)

the next big question is of course WHAT is causing the shadowing...
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