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Saturn Effect On The Solar Group Geometry

Authors: Gerges Francis Tawdrous

Saturn Effect On The Solar Group Geometry Saturn shows Clearly The Solar Group Geometrical Structure. The Basic Hypothesis: The Solar Group Is One Trajectory Of Energy And Each Planet Is A Point On This Same Trajectory… i.e. The Solar Planets (matter is energy because E=mc2) and their orbital distances (Space is Energy – hypothesis)both are created from the same energy which makes The solar group as one body and each planet is a member of this same body. Or The solar group can be similar to one machine each planet is a gear in this same machine… so the solar group is created depending on the cooperation and integration between the solar planets. Saturn Effect Saturn tells how the solar group is created based on the previous vision i.e. Saturn tells us which planet is created first and which second and what geometrical rule control this creation process. Shortly The solar group is one family, all planets are relatives to each other – but Saturn tells us who's brother to whom and who's uncle, who's parent and who's nephew Saturn Data tells this fact clearly as the sun …Saturn Is The Solar Group Secret

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