Margaret Alice Second

Gold Star - 16,742 Points (24 January 1961 / South Africa)

An Invisible Companion Star - Poem by Margaret Alice Second

The crux of the matter is that we are orbiting
a Brown Dwarf, an invisible companion star
to the visible sun; a famous 25,920 year cycle
is the period taken by the solar system to com-
plete one cycle around this Black Sun as it is
traditionally called in Masonic circles

Key phenomena are not affected by the so-
called earth-axis-wobble: meteor showers
which repeat on the same day and year for
centuries without drifting - - as they would
have if precession were the cause of a one-
degree star shift every 72 years; proving

Quite another force is responsible; most stars
in the Milky Way galaxy have companions,
two sources of geometric forces governing
our Solar System; the surface of our bright
Sun rises and falls by a few metres in five-
minute-cycles - creating geometric forces

And the Sun’s invisible Brown-Dwarf com-
panion creates more geometric forces in
25,920 year long cycles - which keep the
solar system safe from planetary collision
as it sails on with its fleet of heavenly
bodies, its sweet cohorts in the vast

Eons of space…

Poet's Notes about The Poem


The Sun has a variety of vibrations occurring inside of itself, as well as on the surface. This is called 'Solar Seismology.'
The surface is heaving up and down in by a few metres in regular five minute regular cycles,


These 'vibrations' within the Sun create ripples that move througout
the fluidlike energy in our solar system.The waves bounce off of our
solar system's outer gravitational boundary and reflect back towards
the Sun again. Along the way, these 'ripples' collide with each other and form INTERFERENCE PATTERNS which create the INVISIBLE
GEOMETRIC FORCE FIELDS that hold the planets in their positions.
Gravity is pulling planets towards the Sun and pushing them away as
well in a constant push-pull dance, outward and inward.
[Lyall Watson – Supernature – dance of life]
As the planets orbit the Sun, the huge, invisible geometric shapes
of the force fields travel along with them.


A 25,920-year cycle: align a particular star on a particular
day such as the Winter Solstice of 21 December, after 72 years,
it will be one degree out of alignment. If it takes 72 years
for the stars to drift by one degree and you multiply this
number of years by 360 degrees, you get 25,920 years.

The Ancients called this the 'Great Year' which they divided
into 12 sub-cycles of 2,160 years each which is called an
'Age of the Zodiac”.
[Hamlet's Mill by Giorgio de Santillana and Hertha von Dechend.]

This explains why key phenomena within our solar system are not
affected by the 25,920-year cycle. If the Earth's axis was wobbling
on its own, things like meteor showers which repeat on the same
day, every year, for centuries, should have started to drift, but
they don't. Every year for as long as humans have been able to
write, the meteors come in, on schedule - on the same day.


Cruttenden also presents NASA evidence that fully 80 percent
of the stars in our galaxy are binary stars – one star orbiting another star and both are visible in telescopes. The solar
system orbits a companion star and the orbit lasts 25,920
years. Our Sun is the centre of a star system with more
than one star.

The Mayan Calendar and the Ages of the Zodiac are driven by
GEOMETRIC ENERGY FIELDS from our Sun's own companion star
creating ONE BIG DODECAHEDRON, taking 25,920 years for us
to run through.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Poem Edited: Wednesday, July 24, 2013

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