CMN: Walter Cruttenden on the Precession of the Equinox (August 2006)
Walter Cruttenden, Director of the Binary Research Institute, discusses the precession of the equinox, binary stars, and the rise and fall of civilizations.
Ancient texts told our ancestors that the Sun had a companion in the heavens and that we were somehow bound to this other star. Walter has devoted himself completely to learning the truth of whether or not our star has a companion it’s gravitationally bound to in an amazing celestial dance that is shaking the world of astrophysics upside-down.
The precession of the equinox is the time it takes the equinox to traverse through all twelve constellations of the zodiac.