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NASA Debunks Galactic Alignment

The Galactic Alignment was originally promoted by John Major Jenkins, and then it became a mutant meme. So mutated that journalists ask me about the planetary alignment of 2012 (there isn’t one). There’s two ways of looking at:

1. The ancient Mayans cared about the Dark Rift (which is where the galactic center is) and were very accurate at predicting when it would align with the solstice Sun.

2. Some physical or mystical effect will occur due to the alignment.

Regarding the latter, the alignment was at its most aligned in 1998, and nothing has happened. And in terms of physics, the only force that could have any effect is gravity, and the galactic center is too far away to be meaningful. NASA describe this well:

Second, Earth is not within range of strong gravitational effects from the black hole at the center of the galaxy since gravitational effects decrease exponentially the farther away one gets. Earth is 93 million miles from the sun and 165 quadrillion miles from the Milky Way’s black hole.

So, I agree with NASA and their latest debunk. But I have one criticism – they repeat what many scientists say:

Third, the sun appears to enter the part of the sky occupied by the Dark Rift every year at the same time, and its arrival there in Dec. 2012 portends precisely nothing.

In our lifetimes this is roughly true, but over hundreds of years the solstice sun moves out of alignment with the galactic center, and any NASA scientist should know that. Or they need to learn about precession.

Your’re reading NASA Debunks Galactic Alignment by Robert Bast, and originally posted at 2012 Blog

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