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The Great Year | by Michæl Paukner
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The Great Year

The Great Year (also known as a Platonic year or Equinoctial cycle), is the term that some ancient civilizations use to describe the slow precession of the equinox through the twelve houses of the ancient zodiac, a period that takes presently about 25,765 years.


Here's a great movie about this topic:


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Taken on September 20, 2009