# Sun, Moon and Earth

53 53 52 Sun, moon earth the revealed structure of the system The diagram opposite frames a curious symmetry. Both the eclipse year 346.62 days and thirteen full moons 383.89 days are almost exactly equally spaced, at 18.6 days, either side of the solar year of 365.242 days. Because the eclipse year is the square of the lunar node period expressed in days 18.6182, we can now state that the solar year is 18.618 x 18.618 18.618, or 18.618 times 19.618. The number 18 added to 1phi, phi or phi2 now delivers the following extraordinary formulae to 99.99 18.618 x 18.618 346.62 days the Eclipse Year 18.618 x 19.618 365.242 days the Solar Year 18.618 x 20.618 383.89 days 13 Lunations The astronomy reveals the actual geometry and numerical structure of the Sun, Moon, Earth system opposite. Imagine a solar eclipse at 1. The Sun then moves to meet up with the same node after an eclipse year 2, 346.62 days later. Passing the original eclipse point 1 at the end of one year, the Sun and Moon then meet for the thirteenth lunation at 3 but without an eclipse. An isosceles triangle, drawn to fit the angles generated by the astronomy, also then defines the solar eclipse limits, and has the remarkable property of replicating the numbers shown above as ratios. In addition, the shorter side has a length 12.368, the annual lunation rate. One marvels at this revelation of cosmic order