Natural Science and The Four Quarters
What the ancient people noticed about the Earth was that it had many cycles that repeated on regular intervals. One of the most obvious cycles is that of the seasons. Even as a child you realize that there is a summer and a winter and that these are exact opposites. One is hot and the other is cold. This is why we divided our circle into two equal parts showing a day-side and a night-side. We know that while the Sun is above the horizon on the day side it is hotter then while the Sun is below the horizon. The same is true when we apply it to the year cycle. While the Sun is on the “day-side” of the year cycle it is a hot influence here on Earth and while the Sun is on the “night-side” of the year-cycle the Earth is colder. Another cycle that is influenced by this same pattern is the Great Year cycle.
The seasons are divided into four (spring, summer, fall, winter) just as the day is divided into four times (morning, mid-day, evening, mid-night). The great year cycle is also broken down into four divisions but they are not so strait forward. There are reasons why the year is broken down into four quarters. The Earth actually crosses a threshold in space where the influence of the Sun changes almost immediately. These are known as the cardinal points in astrology. There are a few interesting things going on during these moments in Earth’s orbit. When Earth crosses the spring threshold it is at the lowest point in its orbit relative to the Sun’s equator and during the fall months, it is at its highest ready to fall.
We always start in the East on the horizon and move counter-clockwise around the circle. When Earth begins a new spring a pulse of energy that constitutes Air begins a strong influence on March 21 of each year. This pulse commands the plants to start growing and the snow to start melting as the average temperature rises. When the Earth approaches summer the Air influence dies off and Earth gets hit with another pulse of energy that constitutes Fire and the temperature rises. This continues throughout the year with Earth energies and Water energies. What they are really talking about is the different directions of magnetic energy the Earth is receiving at that time of the year. This Energy is being influenced by Sirius but comes from the Sun. Sirius is causing the bow shock warping our solar system because Sirius is literally pushing against our solar system forcing it into an egg shape.
The tilt of the Earth is not the only influence over Earth’s seasons like science may have taught you. There are at least three different sources working together to cause perfect regular seasons. Two of them we know, tilt, and distance. The other lesser known is how Sirius influences our seasons depending on the relative angle between Sirius, the Sun and Earth. When Earth is positioned between the Sun and Sirius it is mid-winter and marks a new year for us on Earth since we celebrate New Years around this time. This event takes place around January 3rd. This is also the point at which Earth is at Perihelion (closest point to the Sun along its orbit). Six months later Earth travels half-way around its orbit and aligns up in opposition with Sirius sometime around July-4th. This is also when Earth is in Aphelion being farthest away from the Sun at this time. This is also when Earth is hottest in the Northern hemisphere. (All of this is based on the Northern Hemisphere point of view).
The image above shows Sirius-C where Sirius-B is located but when science finds the missing star they will have to rearrange the system to look like this and Sirius-B should actually become Sirius-C. I believe the following image below shows a third star hidden by the massive stars light of Sirius-A. Sirius-A is the large Black star and there is another star in front of it hidden as Sirius-B and then Sirius-C (Actually accepted as Sirius-B) is the smaller white dwarf off to the side.
If you are still a little skeptical about the planets having any influence over your life, then consider the event that happened in 1988 with Sirius and our Earth. In 1988 Sirius-B (currently accepted Sirius-B) passed between Sirius-A and our Sun (Helios). This transit event caused Earth’s rotation to slow down by nearly three seconds off the average daily sunlight time before regaining its normal speed several days later. I also remember as a kid, during the summer in July (opposition to Sirius) of 1988 there was a day when nearly twelve inches of snow fell, so much that you couldn’t drive your pickup truck anywhere. They were winters with lots of snow, way more then you get these days but this makes perfect sense to natural science and the cycles of Sirius and its companions.