Simon,

I’m responding with sort of a divergent thread. This probably isn’t the right thread to post under, but since it’s related to the long periods of time and the Tychos Great Year I figured would respond here with a few more questions related to the Milankovitch cycles. I was wondering if you have any thoughts or could elaborate on the “eccentricity,” “obliquity,” and “precession” periods inherent to the Milankovitch cycle.

source:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9C0XhWtVoh0
Now, does the Tychos accept some eccentricity of orbit? Is there a percentage or number that reflects the shift from earth’s more circular to less circular orbit that you addressed in the Tychos, or that is correctly reckoned by the science/physics community? Also, it seems the Milankovitch cycle uses heliocentric/Keplerian logic when describing cosmic motions - how can this be translated into the language of the Tychos?

Something interesting I found is that the Milankovitch “eccentricity” is related to the Tychos 25,344 yr Great Year. I don’t know if you or others have already researched this, but, in addition to the “eccentricity” cycle of 405,000 years, the “obliquity” of 41,000 years is also “resonant” or “synchronous” with other Tychos numbers, at least as concerning Mars.

Ex:

41,000 / 16 = 2562.5.

2562.5 is about 34.5 more than 2528.

2528 is 32 x Mars’ 79-year cycle.

34.5 / 2 = 17.25

or:

41,000 / 32 = 1281.25

1281.25 is close to 1264 (1264 = 16x79 [16 x Mars 79-year cycle]).

1281.25 is 17.25 greater than 1264.

17.25 reminds me of the alternating 15/17/15/15/17 cycle of Mars’ oppositions.

It’s also worth noting that 2528/2562.5 = 0.986

In other words, is it possible that the .01% discrepancy is a margin of error?

It’s very strange that this “obliquity” cycle very closely parallels Mars.

If we look at 34.5 / 15 = 2.3, this is somewhat slightly more than the two 15/15 year periods.

Regardless, the alternations from 15+17 add to 32, or, 15+15 = 30, so again, 34.5 is close to both of these, which is strange.

And lastly, 41,000 / 25,344 = 1.6177

In other words, the so-called obliquity cycle is 1.6 x the 25,344 Great Year.

This proportion is strangely resonant with the 1.6 km/h orbital speed of earth.

Which is tying right back into sacred geometry and the phi / golden ratio number 1.618 almost exactly.

Also, the “precession” cycles between 19,000-26,000 years sure seem to align with the 25,344 Great Year cycle, clearly. 41,000 is 0.808% of two Great Years at 50,688 (while 50,688 is 1.23% of 41,000). This is once again curiously synchronous with the “mean variation coefficient” of 0.8 in chp. 14. This ties to the “8 km/h vs 0.8 km/h” argument in chp. 24 regarding the Michelson-Morley measurements.

Once again if we take 41,000 yr Milankovitch “obliquity” cycle / 51,000 yr Mars Great Year = 0.8, as this is close to the 50,688 of two Tychos Great Years.

I don’t know what else to make of these similarities, but, I do find it interesting that Mars is associated with war, destruction, and wolves, from Babylonian Nergal to Germanic Tyr/Tiw from which we get Tuesday, and, that this association with destruction may relate to the “volatile” variations of climate (every 41,000 years).