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06  Dec. 2011,  Michael Johnathan McDonald, 4:47 p.m. U.C.L.A., California, U.S.A.

Note: all my astrological and astronomical work are based upon the Swiss Ephemeris, and therefore subjected to errors. When I start correcting them I will note it in each page or entry.

Tu. 1 January 2002 Swiss Ephemeris or Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA dev.,  aberrations: PAGEREF _Toc310953118 \h 3



The reaction to a value adopted by the 1956/1960 standard second concerned: 1/31.556.925.9747.


The relation with Newcomb’s coefficient: 1/31,556,925.9747 = 129602768.13 / (360x60x60x36525 [a mistake] x86400). That is to say based upon mainly the Moon’s orbit and its mean value and the Mean value of the Sun. Since long term anomalies ( pre modern terminology, where as today it is called perturbations) often occur in which we the observer from our time-space standpoint were not witnessed to a comet, a invisible or unknown gravitational force upon a planet, to which can be certain of the long-distant revolutions. Most ephemerides do not take into account the revolution of the Sun due to barycenter(s) from all solar system planets. Yes, our own Sun has its own revolution, did you know that? The barycenter are a point between two objects where they balance each other, a major idea in Astrologer Sir. Isaac Newton understands of the forces of gravity. One can look at it like a playground seesaw, a.k.a. a teeter-totter, where a plank or a narrow board pivots in the center so that one side goes up as the other side goes down. In a way, the two bodies are doing a type of dance together, and each planet or body of something therefore have movements themselves. Therefore the center of our Solar System is not the Sun, but a mathematical focus based upon a mean-pivot from these barycenter(s) affecting the absolute position of our Sun. The children’s NASA online page supported by NASA claims Sun orbits its barrycenter just above its surface –  and its barrycenter is unnoticeable.[1]  However NASA is incorrect as usual, there are many barycenters affecting each body at once, a mystical observation into the relation of gravitational forces. When out of work astrophysicists and astronomers pondered career changes in the mid 1980s, they purposed to look for exoplanets, or other planets in our Universe that could be suitable to live upon – and NASA, Academia, world renounced astronomers laughed as usual with the historical  ridicule factor, calling these people the lunatic fringe, that is to say they must be killed, suppressed, and they are a danger to the society of humans, became a standard methodology know accepted by these ridiculers as fact. When peering out into the deep space regions, a planet can be detected, if not seen because it is dark out there, and planets do not admit their own visible light, a slight wobble in a luminous body, such as a star, will indicate another body applying a pressure in a form of the dance described.


These anomalies were known to the ancients and Copernicus never placed the Sun at the center of the Universe as most of the text books claim – although he switched the Earth with the Sun which gained him everlasting fame and kicked started modern science. He was a part of what NASA and the academics call ‘The lunatic Fringe.’ He was spiritual, religious, and an astrologer.  The other members of the lunatic fringe would be Muhammad, Jesus, Buda, Johannes Kepler, Sir. Isaac Newton, Galelio Galeli and many others from all different cultures and periods of history.


When two bodies orbiting a common barycenter, with elliptical orbits ( e.g. Kepler’s discoveries on typical motions of outerspace large bodies orbiting a common luminary), many different anomalies occur such as  fluctuating speeds (gravity) and movements. The barycenter is one of the foci of the elliptical orbits of each body: r1 = a · m2/m1+m2 = a/ 1+ m1/m2, where a is the distance between the centers of the two bodies, and m1 and m2 are the masses of the two bodies. R1 is the semi-major axis of the primary orbit around the barycenter and r2 = a –r1, the semi-major axis of the secondary orbit.


Einstein’s General Relativity at this time cannot support barycenter models because these models are in their infancy. General Relativity deals with intersecting multiple time-clocks which would imply we know all of the minuet and small anomalies of the Sun’s perturbation of its center of mass – and all the other bodies of our universe. For example, Jupiter has a barycenter with the Sun, the barycenter is not on the edge of the Sun but it is rather close and so we can assume that other closer planets although of less mass have also a barycentric equation that first must be found in order to apply it to General Relativity.


Still setting up ephemerides for very long distanced does not take into account comets and other space phenomena shifting planets or our Sun from its natural paths. Although the standard belief that the Theia collision with Earth took place some 4.533 billion years ago which gave our planet its obliquity spin remains an unknown at this time and a mystery to the so-called climate change and to our past’s sidereal perspective to our history.



Tu. 1 January 2002 Swiss Ephemeris or Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA dev.,  aberrations:


ET Ephemeris time, U.T. Universal Time, (SEAFP), a standard chart drawing form online Notes below observations: All tests are controlled by Geolocal, Greenwich, UK. and the static date of 1 January 2002 A.C.E.


(1) Swiss Ephemeris Test Page. (dmy) 1.1. 2002 greg. 0:00:00: ET

(2) Swiss Ephemeris Test Page. (dmy) 1.1. 2002 greg. 0:00:00: UT

(3) Astrodienst Fixt Stars/Placidus, Greenwich, ENG (UK) local time 00; U.T. 00:00:00, Sidereal Time 6:41:53., 00e00, 51n29. The marker is Swiss Ephemeris Astrodients, Fixt, Placidus (SEAFP).

(4) Swiss Ephemeris Steve Moshier, [semi-]analytic, based upon DE404. SE M)

(5) Sidereal + ET, ayanamsa

(6) Sidereal + ET, True positions.

(7) Sidereal J.P.L. + ET, J2000, no precession.




(1) Sun (SE ET) 280 22’58.6862.” (Epsilon 23° 26’20.5364); Moon ( SE ET) 121 07’02.6861.”

(2) Sun (SE UT) 280 23’1.4158.

(3) Sun (SEAFP) 280° 23’01”; Moon 121° 07’03”

(4) Sun (SE M) 280° 23’ 01.4300” ; Moon 121° 07’01.6340”

(4et) Sun (SE M ET) 280° 22’ 58.7003”; Moon 121° 06’ 22.7837”

(5) Sidereal ayanamsa = 24° 46’ 6.0582”; Sun 255° 37’9.1245”; Moon 96° 20’43.2741”.

(6) Sun 280° 23’ 19.5150”, Moon 121° 06’ 24.5749”.

(7) Sun 280° 21’ 34.6064”, Moon 121° 04’ 59.7274”.



6 December 2011.


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[1] One way to find a planet [ exoplanet] (NASA, online, supported by the people, but not voted upon by the people, so it is not a democracy; Webmaster, Ruth Netting, loast updated 4 May 2011, accessed 6 Dec. 2011), available form ; Internet.




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