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About Climatic Periods
10 Feb. 2007
Updated 15 Oct 2012

About Climatic Periods

1600-1950. Click the small diagram for opening it.

Climatic Periods 1600 - 1950

In the diagram we have used a Vernal Point correction of 1,00368 degrees per 72 years.

The diagram shows the coinciding temperature/humidity influences of different heavenly bodies during the past centuries. (See Instruction 1 - Colours)

When comparing the diagram to existing temperature curves that are based on observation, or those reconstructed from annual growth rings and layers of the trees, corals, glaciers and sediments of the lakes and seas, we can now see cosmic reasons for their fluctuation.

Especially cold periods happen when the element earth changes into the element light (from violet to yellow). So the corresponding transition, which usually causes one frosty night when done by the moon, will cause long cold periods, when done by the slower heavenly bodies. If the rainy periods caused by other satellites coincide with this change, this can result in a very problematical era - particularly for farming.

The periods in which the light element is amply represented are on a greater scale largely low in rain and cold during the winters, although the summers can still be very hot, even scorching. Heavy frosts are also typical during the autumn and spring, especially when the faster satellites are in the earth/light transition point and during the constellations of the element earth.