Are planets setting the sun's pace?

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Are planets setting the sun's pace?

Post by duane » Wed Oct 05, 2016 6:43 pm

i didn't know whether to post here or on the Harmonic thread

https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases ... 100416.php

Are planets setting the sun's pace?
HZDR researchers suggest a link between the solar cycle and the tidal effects of Venus, the Earth and Jupiter

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Re: Are planets setting the sun's pace?

Post by bperet » Thu Oct 06, 2016 9:53 am

duane wrote:Are planets setting the sun's pace?
HZDR researchers suggest a link between the solar cycle and the tidal effects of Venus, the Earth and Jupiter
The fact that the sun and planets are harmonically linked has been known for a very long time... centuries. Once again, conventional science is on trailing edge of discovery!

Check out A Little Book of Coincidence: In the Solar System (Wooden Books). A summary by Adri de Groot is here: Are All Those Numbers In Our Solar System Just A Coincidence?
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Re: Are planets setting the sun's pace?

Post by duane » Thu Oct 06, 2016 12:42 pm

hi Bruce,

I have that book.


as with everything, "official" science first denies something
then later "discovers" it
without giving credit to those they previously mocked

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Re: Are planets setting the sun's pace?

Post by duane » Mon Nov 14, 2016 11:22 pm

a long but interesting video
i didn't get all the way through but will try again
some of this should be useful
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Wsq1hJvftg

The End of the World - Conjunctions, The Red Dragon, & The Day of the Lord Decoded.

the destructive resonance of conjunctions of Mars, Earth, the moon, Venus, Mercury, and the Sun

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Re: Are planets setting the sun's pace?

Post by bperet » Tue Nov 15, 2016 12:07 pm

duane wrote:The End of the World - Conjunctions, The Red Dragon, & The Day of the Lord Decoded.
Going through it now; about 28 minutes in he is talking about the Aztec and their 52-year covenant with the devil--every 52 yeas, they perform a ritual to renew their covenant. As the --daniel papers point out, most accounts are scaled wrong, for example, Atlantis sank 900 years prior to Solon, not 9000, and the Sumerian "year" is actually a day.

Being raised Roman Catholic... if I apply the same scale error, I found that 52 times a year I had to attend a ritual at the church to renew my covenant... each and every Sunday--the "sun's day." Got to wonder if there is an astronomic correlation.
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Re: Are planets setting the sun's pace?

Post by duane » Tue May 08, 2018 7:13 pm

another Earth/ Venus/ Jupiter/ Sun thingy

https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases ... 050418.php

In ancient rocks, scientists see a climate cycle working across deep time
Scientists drilling deep into ancient rocks in the Arizona desert say they have documented a gradual shift in Earth's orbit that repeats regularly every 405,000 years, playing a role in natural climate swings. Astrophysicists have long hypothesized that the cycle exists based on calculations of celestial mechanics, but the authors of the new research have found the first verifiable physical evidence. They showed that the cycle has been stable for hundreds of millions of years,

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Re: Are planets setting the sun's pace?

Post by bperet » Wed May 09, 2018 10:57 am

Riddle me this... an "orbit" occurs when all gravitational forces are in balance, so there is no net inward or outward pull, right? So HOW can "gravitational forces" be pulling all over the place, altering orbits and some strong enough to pull our oceans up in the air several feet (tides)? That does not sound like gravitational balance to me... which means none of these orbits can be stable. Seems to be a "small hole" in their logic... though it must be a mini black hole, to provide all the extra influences to keep orbits going!
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