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Apokálypsis; "Article VII."

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Released: 15th October 2012, Spica, Sun, Moon, and Ascendant less than one degree in alignment to Burbank/North Hollywood, Los Angeles, United States of America. 

Topic:   Deep Feild Biblical Astreology

  Archangel Michael

Become a Prophet, it's simple!

 

 

 

Visuals here ( catphotos 1 , catphotos 2))

 

 

ψ versian 1.6

 

Star Coords Archangel Michael

deep field astrology

 
∆ Distance
WS Winter Solstice
y (Y) Mean solar (y)ear
α Equatorial longitude (a.k.a. Right Ascension) 
λ Ecliptical longitude ( ancient astrology)
β Ecliptical Latitude ( ancient astrology)
☼ Star
ε (obliquity, the ecliptic Sun path)
δ (equatorial declination)
ο  Vertex / Sun
Meridian
Celestial Poles
Celestial Equator
Hour Angle (HA)
PA (East of North)
Declination (DEC or δ)
Right Ascension (RA or α)
Galactic Plane Milky Way Galaxy       -26.74 | -26.9
Mundane (indo-European, branch Latin: general meaning, “our world,” and specifically as “our collective experiences”; used in Judicial Astrology (fate) as affecting the collective/group(s) in some way)
Solar radii (Sun = 1)
 
 (the Sun/stone slope).
 
ALTITUDE-AZIMIUTH SYSTEM (local specific)
Horizon
Cardinal Points
Zenith & Nadir
Altitude
Azimuth
≈ relative,  not equal 
 
Archangel Michael Universe Catalogue (AMUC)
┼WS: Winter Solstice 
 
f (p) Precessional mean function for short period: 70 mean solar years (y) = 1 ° Degree of Arc. Don’t confuse this ‘value’ with vast distant processional models ( >  1850 A.D. ± 2150 < ), the best remain dynamic. 
Tropical Aquarius signatures
 
 
Winter Solstice Sun

J2000: 18h00m00s

α 270.000000

λ 270.000000

β 0.00000

δ ≈ ε

Epsilon (ε) -23° 26′ 15.6466″

2012: 18h00m00s

λ 270.000000

α 270.000000

 

1.1.2000: Epsilon -23° 26′ 09.4586″

2012 Winter Solstice

Sun λ 270.000000

Sun α 270.000000

Galactic Center λ 266.83....

No Winter-Solstice-Galactic-Center Alignment for the year of our Lord 2012 A.D.

 
 

 

 

Michael J. McDonald Star Catalogue

A 1  : ┼WS 1962.236402 A.D.

A 2  : ┼WS 1936.794465 A. D.

A 3  : ┼WS 1964.358761 A.D.

A 4  : ┼WS 1958.12647 A.D.

A 5  : ┼WS 1969.234162 A.D.

A 6  : ┼WS 1971.492516 A.D.

A 7  : ┼WS 1968.452019 A.D.

A 8  : ┼WS 1967.32394 A.D

A 9  :

A 10: ┼WS 1976 A.D.

A 11:

A 12:

A 13: WS 1962.268021 A.D.

A 14: ┼WS 2077.88379073 A.D.

A 15: 2084.98495 A.D.

A 16: 2076.8 A.D.

A 17: 2063.5 A.D.

A 18: 2063.5 A.D.

A 19: 2063.49220753 A.D.

A 20: 2032.9 A.D.

[] gamma/beta Sgr. Nazl WS 1898.3 A.D.

A 21:

A 22: 1998.3 A.D. [ UNknown data HD 1 something]

A 23:

A 24:

A 25: ┼WS 2013.90473838 A.D.

A 26: 2024.4 A.D.

A 27: 2040.5 A.D.

A 28: 2037.6 A.D.

A 29

A 30: 2162.9 AD

A 31: 2161.9 AD

 

A 40: 2040.409 A.D.

A 41:

A 42: 2036.5 A.D.

A 43:

A 44: 2010.7 A.D.

Vortices

A 45: (AMUC, Aql AMV1) X- Ray Massive Vortex ( added 18 May 2013, SC, CA ~ 2:00pm)).

A 46: (AMUC, Per. PXC2 ) Discovered by me Oct.  of the year of 2012 A.D.. using X- Ray photos. ( see pentagram persei photo of sky, October 2012, h-sky-survey).

A 47:

A 48: (a.k.a. M 87)  Massive Galaxy, about 100 clusters of galaxies.

 

Center of old Supernova

I 1: 2051.73082368 A.D. Center of old Supernova –mjm opinion (IRAS) a butterfly gaseous trail, like other supernova remnant clouds! A strong inferred source.

 

 

 

AM

AM 1 (2051 AD, dark spot in M8)

AM

AM 3 (1930

AM

AM

AM

 

Y’Hoshua Stars

 

Y’Hoshua Stars [Xs] Has its own file. (link)

 

 

Archangel Michael Galaxies (AMG)

 

AMG S1: 2141.621 A.D.

 

Other stars: Sgr 4  : Winter Solstice 2003.308801 A.D.

 

 

 

A 1 - 39

 

A 1

WS 1962 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

 

RA or Longitude   DEC or Latitude   PA(East of North)

α  270.58616667      δ -23.02541667      0.000000    

α 18h02m20.68000s  

δ -23d01m31.5000s

Ecliptic J2000.0

λ 270.53948017  

λ 270° 32′ 22.219″  

β 0.41277675       

PA: 0.233166

WS 37.76359846 +J2000 =y

1962 A.D.236402 A.D.

A 2

WS: 1936.794465 A. D.

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 270.56200000     

δ -23.02958333      0.000000    

RA 18h02m14.88000s  

δ -23d01m46.5000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 270.51722217 

λ 270° 31′ 02″

β 0.40869876       

PA 0.223553 

 

WSdist: 36.20553544

 

A 3

(dark region in n/e trifid nebula)

WS 1964.358761 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

α  270.55045833    

δ -23.01372222      0.000000    

RA 18h02m12.11000s  

δ -23d00m49.4000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 270.50666076

λ 270° 30′ 32.979″

β 0.42460077

PA       0.218963

WS 35.64123853

A 4

WS: 1958.12647 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

α 270.65000000    

δ -23.03333333     

α  18h02m36.00000s 

δ -23d02m00.0000s

Ecliptic J2000.0

λ  270.59819325     

β 0.40460807      

PA:  0.258557    

 

λ 270° 35′ 53.497″

WS 41.87352951

 

A 5

WS: 1969.234162

(a.k.a. HD 164402 )

apparent magnitude 5.77

distance 1,000,000 parsec 

 

[∫]

Equatorial J2000.0

α  270.47666667      δ -22.78055556     

α 18h01m54.40000s   δ -22d46m50.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

λ 270° 26′ 22.244″

λ  270.43951232      β 0.65800833     

PA: 0.189618   

WS 30.76583846

A 6 

WS: 1971.492516

Equatorial J2000.0

α  270.44216667     

δ -22.92766667     

α  18h01m46.12000s  

δ  -22d55m39.6000s

Ecliptic J2000.0

λ 270 ° 24′ 26.1″

λ  270.40724993     

β 0.51099937      

PA:  0.175889

WS 28.50748416

A7

WS 1968.452019 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  270.49045833    

δ -22.94008333      0.000000    

RA 18h01m57.71000s  

δ -22d56m24.3000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  270.45168569     

β 0.49843878       

PA 0.195098    

[+ 00° 27′02.468″ /p = 31.54798077y

± 2031.54789077 A.D. ]

A8

 

Worm hole

 

WS 1967.32394 A.D.

 

Equatorial J2000.0

α 270.50691667   

δ  -22.95194444     

α  18h02m01.66000s 

δ -22d57m07.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 270.46680112     

β 0.48652527       

PA: 0.201645 

λ 270° 28′ 0.484″

WS 32.67605962

A9 MJM ( other cat. HD 164514), sub-regional bright star (top west of M20)

 

can’t find it

RA (α): 18h02m31.70s

δ -22° 54′ 20.0″

A10

 

2023 AD

Dark, Green, Empty-space.

1976.17281 A.D.

RA (α): 18h 01m 28.98s

δ -23° 20′ 56.1″;

β 0.08993638

λ 270°  20′  25.339″;

PA ( east of west) 0.147475

Winter Solstice 23.82718954 [ ± J2000].

A 11

 

A 12

 

A 13

WS 1962.268021 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  270.46075000     

δ 8.95877778        0.000000    

RA 18h01m50.58000s  

δ +8d57m31.6000s

 

Output: Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 270.53902857     

β 32.39720678      

PA 0.217059   

[ 00° 32′ 20.503″ |  WSdist: 37.73197894]

 

 

 

 

A 14

WS 2077.88379073 A.D.

 

 

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 268.71887500     

δ -30.46152778      0.000000    

17h54m52.53000s  

δ -30d27m41.5000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  268.88737380    

β -7.02718452      

PA 359.486577   [-.1.1126262 | 01 06 45.454 WDdist -77.88379073y; ±1922.116209 A.D.]

β  λ   α   δ   °   ″  ′  ε

 

 

A 15

 

WS 2084.98495 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

α  268.60004167     

δ -30.63947222      0.000000    

17h54m24.01000s  

δ  -30d38m22.1000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 268.78592851     

β-7.20608085     

PA  359.438742

 

[-1.21407149 | 01° 12′ 50.657″

WSdist: 84.9849500y

 

°   ′  ″

γβ Sgr. (Nazl Sgr.)

WS 1898.354223 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  271.45208333     

δ  -30.42416667      0.000000    

RA 18h05m48.50000s  

δ -30d25m27.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  271.26147816     

β -6.99123389     

PA 0.581880    

 

[+1.45208333 | 01° 27′ 7.5″

WSdist: 101.6457766

WS 2102.64577 A.D. equidistant +.

A 16

 

WS 2076.862349 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  268.73566667     

δ -30.46255556      0.000000    

RA 17h54m56.56000s  

δ -30d27m45.2000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  268.90196583     

β -7.02808341      

PA 359.493304  

 

[[ -1.09804317  01° 02′ 52.993″

WSdist: -76.8623492

WS 1923.137651 A.D. equidistant +.

A 25  (a.k.a. HD 163755)

Orange Giant, north, west of A 16

 

λ to λ γβ Sgr. 2.710261475

(02° 42′ 36.941″)

 

WS 2013.90473838 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 269.77166667    

δ -30.25305556      0.000000    

17h59m05.20000s  

δ -30d15m11.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 269.80136077     

β -6.81392189      

PA 359.908528

[-.19863923 | -00° 11′  55.101″]

WSdist: -13.90473838

 

 

 

[[-.19863923; 00° 11′ 55.101″]

empty°   ′  ″

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A 17

WS 2063.49220753 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  268.95566667     

δ -30.45463889      0.000000    

17h55m49.36000s  

δ -30d27m16.7000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  269.09296796     

β  -7.01863585      

PA 359.581471

 

[ -.90703204 | 00° 54′ 25.315″

WSdist: -63.49220753

WS 1936.507792 A.D. equidistant +.

WS 2063.49220753

A 18

Open space just north/east of HD 163755

WS 2063.49228901 A.D.

 

 

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 

δ – [[0.000000    

17h58m24.54s  

δ -30d09m08.6s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  269.09296796     

β  -7.01863585      

PA 359.581471

 

Equatorial to Galactic: 0.3703391

-3.01291650

PA 60.165943

 

[-.907033204 | 00° 54′ 25.32″

WSdist: -63 49228901

WS 2063.49228901 A.D.

A 19

(HD 163555)

dist: unknown

ap. mag. 7.617

 

WS 2063.49220753 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  269.50187500

δ -30.45463889      0.000000    

RA 17h58m00.45s  

δ -30d03m55.2s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  269.09296796     

β  -7.01863585      

PA 359.581471

 

[[-.90703204 | 00° 54′ 25.315″

WSdist: +63.49220753

 

Equatorial to Galactic: 0.40264013

-2.89426872

60.113933

 

A 20

Open space just north/east of A19 (a.k.a. HD 163555)

 

WS 2032.96476949y

 

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 

δ  (PA -0.000000 )   

RA 17h57m50.20s  

δ -30d08m27.5s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  269.52907446     

β  -6.70256521     

PA 359.783391

[-47092554 | 00° 28′ 15.332″]

WSdist: -32.96476949y

 

Equatorial to Galactic:

0.31854270

β -2.89993600

60.096756

 

 

 

 

 

A ++++

 

A ++++

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A 26

 

Dark Spot (a.k.a. TYC 7378-2631-1 Sgr.)

Dist: unknown

ap.mag. 11.722

 

WS 2024. 3640206 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  269.59941667     

δ -30.40569444      0.000000    

RA 17h58m23.86000s  

δ -30d24m20.5000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 269.65194232     

β -6.96688732      

PA 359.839473

 

[-.34805768 | 00° 20′  53.008″

WSdist: -24.3640206y]

 

Equatorial to Galactic:

0.14904843      

-3.13679115      

60.176384

 

°   ′  ″

α 

δ 

λ 

β 

A 27

dark spot (roundish).

WS 2040.5037275 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 269.42137500     

δ -30.34413889      0.000000    

RA 17h57m41.13000s  

δ -30d20m38.9000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 269.49699560    

β -6.90585809      

PA 359.768157  

 

[-.578625 | 00° 34′ 43.05″]

WSdist:-40.5037275y

 

Equatorial to Galactic:

0.12590006       

-2.97293602      

60.087590

A 28

WS 2037.64620169y

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 269.38133333     

δ -30.34636111      0.000000    

RA 17h57m31.52000s  

δ -30d20m46.9000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 269.46219682     

β -6.90822495      

PA 359.752113 

[-.53780318 | 00° 32′ 16.09″1]

WSdist: - 37.64620169y

 

Equatorial to Galactic

0.10671125        -2.94409487       60.068351

A 29

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A 30

 

A 30 

(a.k.a. HD 161840)

 

WS 2162.9 AD

 

H Survey- White Hot

Dist: unknown

ap.mag. 7.928

 

 

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  267.29375000     

δ -31.70333333      0.000000    

RA 17h49m10.50000s  

δ -31d42m12.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

267.67351309     

-8.28589492      

PA 358.912499 

 

[-2.32648691 | -02° 19′ 35.353″ |

WSdist: -162.8539932y

A 31

(a.k.a. HD 161853)

H Survey- White Hot

 

WS 2161.9 AD

 

 

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  267.31900000     

δ -31.25502778      0.000000    

PA 17h49m16.56000s  

δ  -31d15m18.1000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 267.68670944     

β -7.83726271      

PA 358.923834  

 

[-2.31329056 | -02° 18′  47.864″ ]

-161.9302492y

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A 40 - 50

 

A 40

(a.k.a. TYC 7378 2401 1)

 

WS 2040.409 A.D.

 

Just below void/gases

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  269.60375000     

δ 30.15338889       0.000000    

RA 17h58m24.90000s 

 δ +30d09m12.2000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  269.42272111     

β  53.59188596      

PA 359.734440

[-.57727889 | 00 34 38.204″]

WSdist: -40.40949985y

 

°   ′  ″

α 

δ 

λ 

β 

AMG S1

(galaxy

WS 2141.621 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  267.67500000      δ

 -30.21666667      0.000000    

RA 17h50m42.00000s  

δ -30d13m00.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 267.97682959    

 -6.79370249      

PA 359.068843

[-2.02317041 | -02° 01′ 23.413″ ]

WSdist: -141.62185y

A 41 ( Crab nebula, supernova)

J2000.0 ~ 24° geminorium , 1054 AD supernova, seen in daylight for one month.

 

Stars with 8x birth size of the Sun go supernova.The Crab supernova produced a neutron star.

The neutron star spins rapidly and emits a bright beam of radiation from its magnetic poles. Like a cosmic lighthouse, this beams sweeps past the Earth 30 times per second. We observe this as regular pulses and call such a neutron star a pulsar (short for pulsating star).

 

6,000 light-years

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 83.62500000      

δ 22.01666667     

0.000000    

RA 5h34m30.00000s   

δ +22d01m00.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 84.09011104     

β -1.29193628       

PA 2.532068 

 

A 42

(HD 316734 Sgr.)

WS 2036.5 A.D.

dist: unknown

ap.mag. 9,186

 

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  269.40187500     

δ -29.86094444     

0.000000    

17h57m36.45000s  

δ -29d51m39.4000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  269.47801030     

β -6.42273711      

PA 359.760580

[-.5219897 | 00° 31′   19.163″]

WSdist: -36.5392587y

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A 44

WS 2010.74188253 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

 

 

α  269.82270833     

δ -30.87688889      0.000000    

RA 17h59m17.45000s  

δ -30d52m36.8000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  269.84654445     

β -7.43769222      

PA 359.928879

[-.15345555 | -00° 09′ 12.44″ ]

WSdist:-10.74188253y

 

A 45 (AMUC, Aql AMV1) X- Ray Massive Vortex

Nδ –Sδ = 00° 13′ 19.8″

Eα – Wα = 00° 11′ 10.8″

(discovered by X-ray survey 18 May 2013, at Studio City Pub. Lib.).

The blue, and center white are birthing areas for young blue stars, which are centered close to the vortex. This still remains rather a mystery. M31, candor And,  also has the same mysterious blue star rings.

This comes from Chandra (Sanskrit) X-ray survey telescope launched in July of 1999 A.D..  Some suspect this telescope will be as important as G. Galileo turning his new telescope toward the Moon’s of Jupiter – a complete revolutionary cosmology resulted, non-the-less.

+++++

Do not confuse this with:GRS 1915+105 or V1487 Aquilae

Observation data
Epoch J2000.0 , Equinox J2000.0 Constellation Aquila

RA  19h 15 m 11.6 s

dec.+10° 56' 44"

Other designations:

V* V1487 Aquilae, Granat 1915+105, NOVA Aquilae 1992, Granat 1915+10, INTEGRAL1 112.

GRS 1915+105 or V1487 Aquilae is an X-ray binary star system which features a regular star and a black hole. It was discovered on August 15, 1992 by the WATCH all-sky monitor aboard Granat.[Castro-Tirado, A. J., Brandt, S. and Lund, N. 1992, IAUC 5590, GRS 1915] "GRS" stands for "GRANAT source."

Distance 40.000 ly
(11.000 pc)
Spectral type KIII

 

V1487 Aquilae, This binary ‘vortex’ orbital system stretches about 3 / 5 distant of the Sun and Mercury, which is rather far.  Usually binary vortex orbital system have 6 and 8 times the mass-value of our Sun, but here it is only 3 – 4 times, and this indicates that accretion disk, ejects matter out into space which then means this vortex does not get any larger – thus putting a crimp into the universe being swallowed by a massive vortex after all the other vortices eat each other – at least at this time.

This perhaps was also a Nova that the ancients could have seen at brighter stages or some outburst. "V4641 Sagittarii has the brightest of all the secondary stars. While the secondary is somewhat smaller than that of V1487 Aql, it is much hotter (indicated in the diagram by the bright color). It is around 13th magnitude, and can be seen with good amateur equipment at a dark site. In fact, the outburst of 2003 was first noticed by amateurs." (Jerome Orosz, in "Currently Known Black Hole Binaries.", former Yale  graduate student Jerome Orosz.).

"One of the surprises that has come out of the efforts to determine black hole masses is that they so often have values between 6 and 8 times that of the Sun. Nine of these fourteen systems turn out to have masses in that range. This concentration is unusual for stellar masses. In most cases, there tend to be many more stars at low masses than at high masses. So for black holes, one would have expected most of them to be close to the three solar mass limit. But instead, they seem to have a favored mass range of about 2-3 times that. It's not known why this is, but it may have to do with processes in the supernova explosions that created the black holes in the first place."

 

Western Edge: Equatorial J2000.0

α 299.76383333     

δ 11.70230556       0.000000    

RA 19h59m03.32000s  

δ +11d42m08.3000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  304.80786007      

β  31.61538719      

PA 13.407861   

 

Western Edge tropical:  304° 48′ 28.296″ [ 04 AQU 48′ ].

 

 

Eastern Edge: Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 299.95016667    

δ 11.70488889      

0.000000    

RA 19h59m48.04000s  

δ +11d42m17.6000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 305.01690799     

β 31.57547964      

PA 13.479587 

Eastern Edge tropical: 305° 01′ 0.869″ [ 05° AQU 01′ | notes, Uranus at 05° AQU 37′ 20″ on 10 Feb 1997, view Atlanta, GA, U.S.A., noon, L.M.T. , rel. true arc, Bos capricornus, Rho (ρ) CAP.

 

Northern Edge: Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  299.86487500     

δ 11.81227778      

0.000000    

RA 19h59m27.57000s  

δ +11d48m44.2000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 304.95091196     

β  31.69936602      

PA 13.462351   

Northern Edge: tropical: 304° 57′ 03.283″ [ 04 AQU 57′]

 

Southern Edge: Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 299.85833333     

δ 11.59011111      

0.000000    

RA 19h59m26.00000s  

δ +11d35m24.4000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  304.88295310     

β  31.48477775      

PA 13.428076   

 

Southern Edge: tropical: 304° 52′ 58.631″ | 04 AQU ~ 53′  . Jupiter trop; Atlanta, GA. on 10 Feb 1997, noon, 04 AQU 41′ 28″, rel. true arc, Bos capricornus, Rho (ρ) CAP.

 

A46 (AMUC, Per PXC2)

(NGC 1277 Persei, massive vortex)

Observed 4 Dec. 1875, Laurence Parsons, discovered black hole by me in Oct 2012, by McDonald Observatory, Texas with Max Planck Institutive on 28 Nov. 2012.

17 Billion times the mass of our own Sun or 14% of the entire matter of the Milky Way. Most galaxies have 0.1% vortex to Solar mass ratios.

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 49.96541667      

δ 41.52361111      

0.000000    

RA 3h19m51.70000s  

 +41d31m25.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

λ 58.62124788      

β 22.34643780      

PA 16.060110

trop. J2000:  58° 37′  16.492″ [ 28° TAU 37′  16.492″

A47  (AMUC, Per PXC2) (NGC 1275 persei, massive vortex)

2.63′ x 1.778′

 

captured sound waves

other designations:

NGC 1275 (also known as Perseus A or Caldwell 24)

 

 

237 million light-years

72.7 Mpc

 

Equatorial J2000.0

 

RA 3h19m48.40s  

 +41d30m40.00s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

λ 58.60681230

β 22.33727424      

PA 16.063737

 

J2000 Tropical: 28° TAU 36′ 24.524″

 

PXC1 Vortex

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 43.62854167      

δ 41.56025000       0.000000    

RA 2h54m30.85000s  

Dec +41d33m36.9000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  53.70947493      

β  23.78454296      

PA 18.339424

53.70947493

J2000 Tropical: 23° TAU 42′ 34.11″

 

A 48  Vortex

J2000.0

 

α 187.70500000     

δ 12.39138889      

0.000000    

RA 12h30m49.20000s  

δ +12d23m29.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  182.05829203     

β 14.41655904      

PA 335.983368

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A 49

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  265.35020833     

δ -12.88127778      0.000000    

RA 17h41m24.05000s  

δ -12d52m52.6000s

 

 Not Finished.

 

 

Modern Age Positions J2000 ( Ecliptical Longitude) Mundane Astreology

M20 ( Dark Rift): ICRS  coord.

distribution of WMD around the world. The World War II, Cold War, Vietnam, Space exploration, technology and communication evolution.

 

Center crossed about 1950s A.D.

 

ICRS  coord. (ep=J2000) :      18 02 42 -22 58.3 ( Optical ) [ ~ ~ ~ ] E 2009MNRAS.399.2146W

FK5 coord. (ep=J2000 eq=2000) :           18 02 42 -22 58.3 ( Optical ) [ ~ ~ ~ ] E 2009MNRAS.399.2146W

FK4 coord. (ep=B1950 eq=1950) :          17 59 40 -22 58.4 ( Optical ) [ ~ ~ ~ ] E 2009MNRAS.399.2146W

Gal coord. (ep=J2000) :           007.086 -00.287 ( Optical ) [ ~ ~ ~ ] E 2009MNRAS.399.2146W

Proper motions mas/yr [error ellipse]:     2.63 -1.01 [0.92 0.61 180] D 2009MNRAS.399.2146W

Radial velocity / Redshift / cz :               V(km/s) -2.13 [1.62] / z(~) -0.000007 [0.000005] / cz -2.13 [1.62]    (~) D 2005A&A...438.1163K

Fluxes (2) :             

B 6.75 [~] E ~

V 6.3 [~] D ~

Equatorial J2000.0

What is epsilon WS

 

α 270.67500000     

δ -22.97166667         

RA 18h02m42.00000s  

δ -22d58m18.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  270.62148951    

β 0.46616824      

PA:  0.268503

 

λ  270° 37′ 17.3622″

 

WSdist: ± 43.50424083

- 1956.495759 A.D.

 

 

-0° 22′ 42.638″ [269°22′ 42.638″ larc]

-.3785105 larcd

 

λ  ° ′    ″

 

 

 

Winter Solstice = 51.86587 precessional mutation (70y=1°); ± bi-scalar equidistant 1951.86 AD and 2051.86587 A.D., mean center.

transit: Solar Diameter edge .1214895 =8 years [1]and one half from J 2000 = 2008, July A.D., edge of solar disk begins transit of M20’s eastern edge.

 

 

(70y=1deg. precessional linear formula:

λ  270° 37′ 17.3622″ / 51.4286″ = 18943.49374. / 365.24 = 51.86587926y

 

 

[[1956.495749 A.D. (Scalar: 1996.133977 | Feb 3d week )]]

M8 (Dark Rift) : ICRS  coord

WS: 1942.34774 A.D.

( the rise of World War II).

 

M 8  -- HII (ionized) region 

with radius arcmin:

ICRS coord. (ep=J2000) :       18 03 37 -24 23.2 ( ~ ) [ 18000 18000 179 ] E ~

FK5 coord. (ep=J2000 eq=2000) :           18 03 37 -24 23.2 ( ~ ) [ 18000 18000 0 ] E ~

FK4 coord. (ep=B1950 eq=1950) :          18 00 33 -24 23.4 ( ~ ) [ 18000 18000 0 ] E ~

Gal coord. (ep=J2000) :           005.958 -01.167 ( ~ ) [ 18000 18000 0 ] E ~

Radial velocity / Redshift / cz :               V(km/s) 3.8 [~] / z(~) 0.000013 [~] / cz 3.80 [~]    (~) D ~.

λ  270° 49′ 24.975″ Winter Solstice =  WSDist: ± 57.65225964 (e.g 1942 A.D.)

 

Equatorial J2000.0

 

RA or Longitude   DEC or Latitude   PA(East of North)

α 270.90416667     

δ -24.38666667     

RA 18h03m37.00000s  

δ-24d23m12.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 270.82360409     

β-0.94996048      

PA: 0.359694   

 

 

ζ  zeta serpens (Dark Rift) : ICRS  coord

Ophiuchus holds a serpent in his grasp! This constellation has three stars relevant to our modern Winter Solstice period. 65 Oph, 66 Oph, 67 Oph.

Asclepius  (tradition) [2] or Ophiuchus, “serpent bearer’ holds a creepy-crawler, religiously symbolized as a snake or the snake in the garden of Paradise.

ICRS  coord. (ep=J2000) :      18 00 29.01137 -03 41 24.9685 ( Optical ) [ 3.16 1.76 0 ] A 2007A&A...474..653V

FK5 coord. (ep=J2000 eq=2000) :           18 00 29.011 -03 41 24.97 ( Optical ) [ 3.16 1.76 0 ] A 2007A&A...474..653V

FK4 coord. (ep=B1950 eq=1950) :          17 57 50.40 -03 41 19.1 ( Optical ) [ 18.28 10.15 0 ] A 2007A&A...474..653V

Gal coord. (ep=J2000) :           023.7337 +09.5838 ( Optical ) [ 3.16 1.76 0 ] A 2007A&A...474..653V

Proper motions mas/yr [error ellipse]:     155.51 -44.43 [0.36 0.20 0] A 2007A&A...474..653V

Radial velocity / Redshift / cz :               V(km/s) -42.9 [2] / z(~) -0.000143 [0.000007] / cz -42.90 [2.00]    (~) B 1953GCRV..C......0W

Parallaxes mas:       42.46 [0.34] A 2007A&A...474..653V

Spectral type:          F2IV C ~

Fluxes (2) :             

B 4.990 [~] C ~

V 4.633 [~] C ~

λ  270° 07′ 41.406″ Winter Solstice  1991.028222 A.D.

WSdist: (days) 3,276.873856days.

 

Equatorial J2000.0

 

RA or Longitude   DEC or Latitude   PA(East of North)

α 270.12088042     

δ  -3.69026889        

RA 18h00m29.01130s 

δ  -3d41m24.9680s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  270.12816839     

β 19.74896844      

PA: 0.051088

 

WSdist: 8.971778349y

 

[1991.028222 A.D. =  -3.858975978 y (scalar 1996.141024 | Feb. late 2nd – early 3 rd week)]

 

VWS1 (M20’s east mid-void)

 

WS: 1948 A.D.

 

 

 

Equatorial J2000.0

 

RA 18h02m36.0s

α  270.6500

δ -23° 01′ 60″

δ -23.033333;

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 270.5981932

λ  270° 35′ 53.496″

β  0.40460807; PA 0.258557

Winter Sol Elliptical long: ± 2051.861074 A.D.; 1948.13 A.D.

A11

 

 

 

 

 

++++++++

 

Winter Solstice 1998.342185 A.D.

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α  270.00033833     

δ  -20.33954750      0.000000    

18h00m00.08120s  

-20d20m22.3710s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  270.00031770     

λ  270° 00′ 01.218″

[.0236830868 | 00° 01′ 25.259″]

WSdist:1.657815158

β 3.09974361       

 

TYC 5254-40-1
 ultraviolet sig just south

Other  Names
TYCHO-2 2000 TYC 5254-40-1
USNO-A2.0 USNO-A2 0825-19976008

Constellation: Pisces
Right ascension: 23h35m16.01s
Declination: -02°39'23.5"
Apparent magnitude: 11.167
Proper motion RA: -6.6
Proper motion Dec: -12.3
B-T magnitude: 13.293
V-T magnitude: 11.343

TYC 5254-128-1 [ so far unknown]  below the circlet stars

ultra violet huge signature

other names
TYCHO-2 2000 TYC 5254-128-1
USNO-A2.0 USNO-A2 0825-19975653

 

solar 14th 15 th  March 30snoth.

Constellation: Pisces
Right ascension: 23h35m10.19s
Declination: -02°39'05.2"
Apparent magnitude: 11.612
Proper motion RA: -2.2
Proper motion Dec: -0.1
B-T magnitude: 11.437
V-T magnitude: 11.598

 

USNO-A2.0 USNO-A2 0825-19962542 (vortex) unknown, where

sun passed this vortex during missing period

Constellation: Pisces
Right ascension: 23h31m46.14s
Declination: -02°45'42.0"
Apparent magnitude: 16.25

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HD 164031 (a.k.a. A WS 1996.931657)

distance 130.84 LY.

distance: coord to edge of Sun’s disk: 00° 02′  42.078″

WSdistlong: : 00° 02′  37.801″

λ/P70y/1 = 3.068342595

WS exact crossing End of November 1996.

 

RA 18h00m11.54s

δ -24 17 03.5

PA: 0.019129

λ 270.04383349

β -0.019129

Sgr 4  (region, above to the right (east) of the Lagoon Nebula, M8.

┼Winter Solstice 2003.308801 A.D.

 

 

Sig: ┼WS ±1996.691237

1933.308801 A.D.

(λWSdist: 00° 02′ 50.165″)

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 269.94833333     

δ  -23.81611111     

RA 17h59m47.60000s 

 δ -23d48m58.0000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  269.95273193     

β  -0.37682848     

PA: 359.979448

λ 269° 57′  9.835″

WSdist: 66.69119906-70: 3.30880094

 

Galactic Coords:

6.02192255       

-0.12611857      

PA: 60.167781 

SuperGalactic

187.31689710     

48.23676723      

339.824182

ID 313741 Sgr.)

α 18h02m38.37s

δ -23° 15′  13.3″

λ 270.65987500

λ 270° 39′ 35.55″

β 0.18420795

WS 46.19122434

 

 

September 2001 A.D. WS distance from J2000 = 00 01′ 30″

 

esoteric: numeral 13.

(λWSdist over precession) therefore,  1.749999028∙ 365.2424 = 1 year 9.131048166 months.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upsilon Aquilae

= Trop. Aqu.

 

 

TYC 6854-3710-1 Sgr. (A WS 1995.996838 A.D.)

distance: unknown

ap.mag. 11.971

RA 18h00m15.62

δ -29° 00′ 33.2″

λ  270° 03′ 25.877″

Dark Region: A WS 1976.352488 A.D.

WS crossing 1976, March-April, A.D.

J2000

RA 18h 02m 59.28s

δ – 27° 52′ 19.7″

λ 270.66232162

β -04.4345

 

 χ Chi Aquilae

Ŧ Aqu: 1986.724802 AD

Dist: 230.415 parsec, ap. mag. 5.27

Equatorial J2000.0

 

RA 19h 42m 34.00s

δ 11° 49′ 36.0″

 

Elliptical J2000.0

λ 300.18964579

λ  300° 11′ 22.725″

 

 

 

 

 

 

ζ Ser

Zeta  Ser or 57 Serpens --  Star            

Other object types:     

* (*,BD,GC,GCRV,GEN#,GJ,GSC,HD,

HIC,HIP,HR,JP11,PLX,PPM,ROT,SAO,

SKY#,

TYC,UBV,uvby98,YZ) , IR (IRAS) , UV (TD1)

ICRS coord. (ep=J2000) :       18 00 29.01137 -03 41 24.9685 ( Optical )

 [ 3.16 1.76 0 ] A 2007A&A...474..653V

 

FK5 coord. (ep=J2000 eq=2000) : 18 00 29.011 -03 41 24.97 ( Optical ) [ 3.16 1.76 0 ] A 2007A&A...474..653V

 

FK4 coord. (ep=B1950 eq=1950) :    17 57 50.40 -03 41 19.1 ( Optical ) [ 18.28 10.15 0 ] A 2007A&A...474..653V

 

Gal coord. (ep=J2000) :         023.7337 +09.5838 ( Optical ) [ 3.16 1.76 0 ] A 2007A&A...474..653V

 

Proper motions mas/yr [error ellipse]:             155.51 -44.43 [0.36 0.20 0] A 2007A&A...474..653V

 

Radial velocity / Redshift / cz :             V(km/s) -42.9 [2] / z(~) -0.000143 [0.000007] / cz -42.90 [2.00]

   (~) B 1953GCRV..C......0W

Parallaxes mas:           42.46 [0.34] A 2007A&A...474..653V

Spectral type: F2IV C ~

Fluxes (2) :     

with radius arcmin

 

zeta serpens:

Input: Equatorial J2000.0

 

RA or Longitude   DEC or Latitude   PA(East of North)

270.12088042      -3.69026889       0.000000    

18h00m29.01130s   -3d41m24.9680s

 

Output: Ecliptic J2000.0

 

270.12816839      19.74896844       0.051088    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sinistra: THE LEFT SIDE

nu. Oph b  -- Extra-solar Planet Candidate    

with radius arcmin

ν Oph, Sinistra ( Latin: Left-Side) graces the Winter Solstice currently, if using the solar disk diameter.

 

Θ 270°

Mundane prophetic applications: Centralized Movements, globally.

ю Winter Solstice 2020.06366100y A.D.

 

Ecliptically: Sun conjunct Sinistra (Con 0°14',13°40',s) Winter Solstice 2012 (118w23, 34n10, Time 7:05 a.m., Univ.Time 15:05, Sid. Time 13:13:49)[need date]

 

 

Other object types:      Pl? () , * (*)

ICRS coord. (ep=J2000) :       17 59 01.59 -09 46 25.1 ( ~ ) [ ~ ~ ~ ] D ~

FK5 coord. (ep=J2000 eq=2000) :     17 59 01.59 -09 46 25.1 ( ~ ) [ ~ ~ ~ ] D ~

FK4 coord. (ep=B1950 eq=1950) :    17 56 16.30 -09 46 14.8 ( ~ ) [ ~ ~ ~ ] D ~

Gal coord. (ep=J2000) :         018.1680 +06.9744 ( ~ ) [ ~ ~ ~ ] D ~

 

ν Oph: Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 269.75666667   

δ 9.77361111     

PA(East of North) 0.000000    

RA 17h59m01.60000s 

 δ  +9d46m25.0000s

 

ν Oph: Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ  269.71337616     

β 33.21266012    

PA(East of North) 359.884309  

Winter Solstice 2020. A.D. you can find out how this insane star influences your world.

 

Θ 270°

Mundane prophetic applications: Centralized Movements, globally.

Sinistra ( left handed path, idiomatic, lit. left side.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chi  (χ) Ophiuchii

J2000

RA 16h27m01.40

β – 18° 27′  23.0″

Psi (ψ) Ophiuchii (The Serpent Bearer) potential occultation by Comet 2012 SI (direction , Cancer, Oort Cloud). This position contains a bright yellow-Hydrogen signature.

J2000

RA 16h24m06.20s

δ -20° 02' 15.0″

Alpha Scorpius (Antares, Neo-Babylonian ascription: anteMars): AMUC (anti Aries’ constellation attributed to Mars’ astrological rulership).

 

Projected path of Comet 29th November 2013 – At the most negative of magnitude  -- potential occultation

Date: 21 March 2012:

Epsilon (true)    23°26'13.0719

Nutation           0° 0'16.4485   -0° 0' 2.6116

Antares,alSco    249°56'21.9817″   -4°34'16.1246″    1.000000000    0° 0' 0.0000   16h30'11.2921  -26°27'29.0250 -26.4580625

Comet 2012 SI:

29th November 2012 ( Gregorian, modern Cal.)

 

RA 16h 24m 08.56636

δ - 20 03 15.04515

 

 

 

I1 : Center of old Supernova

 

 

I 1

 

A Center of old Supernova –an opinion: (IRAS) a butterfly gaseous trail, like other supernova remnant clouds!

 

WS 2051.73082368 A.D.

 

 

GC dec² + I1 dec² = 42.10652061²

42° 06′ 23.474″ angle from I1 to G C

-175y (Pythagorean right angle formula).

Equatorial J2000.0

 

α 269.14866667     

δ -30.52058333      0.000000    

RA 17h56m35.68000s  

δ -30d31m14.1000s

 

Ecliptic J2000.0

 

λ 269.26098782    

β -7.08347613      

PA 359.658765 

 

[-.73901218 |  00° 44′ 20.444″]

WSdist: -51.73082368y

 

Galactic Plane & Winter Solstice(s)

Solar Galactic Plane Alignment, Burbank/North Hollywood, CA. 2012 ( this section was released at the true western horizon Solar/Galactic Alignment of 2012, December 13, at Burbank, CA. U.S.A. )

 

 

Ancient to traditional heliacal rising star: Antares (9 days earlier).

Ancient to traditional heliacal setting star: Algol (12 days earlier).

 

Mundane New Moon: over Imad ophiuchii (a very rare ecliptical intersection) Los Angeles, December 12th , 2012.(12.12.’12.). At Washington D.C. at the point of New Moon conjunction to arc minuets, Saturn approaches the eastern horizon blocking the Serpent Bearer to control the serpent.

 

North Hollywood: 2012 Galactic Alignment

 

Sun to El Nath (LCul-Cul, 0°18', curtailed passage)

 

Dresden Codex, Proto Maya Astronomical Calendar and Observation text, last page analysis.

 

The final being, painted in black ( has white feet!) peers toward the constellation of Taurus, represented by its basic outline of the major stars in the constellation. The being appears to look strait toward the cluster  stars at the Turian center called by Hellens,, Hyades ( associated to hell or the underworld) . The seashell, represented in white (original document before restoration but after its partial destruction by British areal bombers,  as presented on this website shows the position of Jupiter as it has appeared for the last few months ( in the eye of thoth position, e.g. between the last stars of al hecka and el nath and toward the alpha star, al debaran, which is clearly shown on the Taurian constellation of the Dresden codex.

 

Jupiter in the last few weeks has turned retrograde and appears above and next to al debaran – which is almost the exact position depicted in the last page of the Dresden codex.

 

The water symbolism on the left side of the art work represents the Dark Rift. Why do we know this? Because its end, or ante-dark rift section begins at el Nath, correctly positioned next to the Taurus constellation.

 

During the North Hollywood true Galactic Alignment for 2012, el Nath culminated as the Sun lower culminated, indicating the location of the astronomical even joined a paran to the galactic alignment and is represented on the last page of the Dresden Codex.   

 

The stick held by the white hand of the dark painted being appears to off-set the Dark Rift ( mayanologist insist this is water as represented in a global flood?) by some 26 or so degrees. This is the correct off-set to the Milky Way galactic plane.


 

[1] Distance of elliptical long from J2000, 8.504260275 = 70y=1 deg. mean solar year.

[2]  Hyginus (Hygin. Poet. Astr. ii. 14.) , in “ConstellationofWords.com/Serpens.htm,” Anne Wright ( 2008, accessed July 2012), available online.

 

 


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