Category:Platonic Year

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The Platonic Year with its duration of about 25,920 years - that is the time the sun needs as a result of the precession movement of the earth's axis to return retrograde through all 12 signs of the zodiac to its starting point (vernal equinox) - is of fundamental importance for human evolution. Thus a cultural epoch lasts on average as long as it takes the sun to pass through a sign of the zodiac, i.e. 2160 years, corresponding to 1/12 of the Platonic Year. As far as the individual life of man is concerned, his rhythmic system, i.e. breathing and circulation, is naturally closely connected with this great cosmic circulation. But also the average life span of man is measured by the Platonic Year.

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