"864 / 72 = 12 Precession of Equinox" "864 / 57.6 = 15 Precession of the Perihelion" 12 + 15 = 27

The symbol on seals of the humped "Kakudmi" 27 Catur-Yugas had passed from the founding of

Dwaraka "Kusasthali" too the Kali-Yuga.

The symbol on seals of the humped "Kakudmi" 27 Catur-Yugas had passed from the founding of

Dwaraka "Kusasthali" too the Kali-Yuga.

58 x 90 degrees = 5220 5220 / 72

= 72.5

Here both 72 and 72.5 are to high a

ratio for the precsion of Equinox

57.6 x 90 = 5184 5184 / 72 = 72

this is max below is posible as

5174 / 72 = 71.8611 today's rate

is 71.6

Because 864 is the constant 4320 +

864 or 864 x 5 = 5184

5184 / 57.6 = 15 square root of

5184 =72

= 72.5

Here both 72 and 72.5 are to high a

ratio for the precsion of Equinox

57.6 x 90 = 5184 5184 / 72 = 72

this is max below is posible as

5174 / 72 = 71.8611 today's rate

is 71.6

Because 864 is the constant 4320 +

864 or 864 x 5 = 5184

5184 / 57.6 = 15 square root of

5184 =72

179370.02 / 864 = 207.6041

The Sun is not centered in the middle

of the semi-major axis, it is centered

between the center of the Semi-major

axis and the Perihilion. This is the start

of the Kali Yuga the Vernal Equinox

and Fall Equinox the sun is the same

distance.. In the image to the right the

top Perihilion is 0 Mesha.

of the semi-major axis, it is centered

between the center of the Semi-major

axis and the Perihilion. This is the start

of the Kali Yuga the Vernal Equinox

and Fall Equinox the sun is the same

distance.. In the image to the right the

top Perihilion is 0 Mesha.

864 / 9.8216 = 87.969 one orbit of Mercury as 87.969 x 4.152 = 365.247

SI system based on 86400 seconds for one day

at the equator the acceleration of the observer is 9.8144

at Meru the acceleration of the observer is 9.8216

at the pole the acceleration of the observer is 9.8322

At the Kali both suns are 7 hours

SI system based on 86400 seconds for one day

at the equator the acceleration of the observer is 9.8144

at Meru the acceleration of the observer is 9.8216

at the pole the acceleration of the observer is 9.8322

At the Kali both suns are 7 hours

Red line is

today 12

degrees from 0

Mesha

today 12

degrees from 0

Mesha

At o Mesha (Aries 1144 - 1244) the

Winter Solstice was closest to the sun,

10,000 years it was oppisite so that

winter had the most distance from the

sun. The last Ice Age Ended 10,000

years ago.

Winter Solstice was closest to the sun,

10,000 years it was oppisite so that

winter had the most distance from the

sun. The last Ice Age Ended 10,000

years ago.

Siddaantas gives Jupiter 364220 and a

yuga 4320000

4320 / 364.22 = 11.8616

364.22 / 4.15 orbits per earth orbit =

87.7

yuga 4320000

4320 / 364.22 = 11.8616

364.22 / 4.15 orbits per earth orbit =

87.7