In Part 1 the period of time in question was 13 lunar tropical years (LTY). Here we show how this relates to the Jupiter-Saturn conjunction and other significant periods.

13 LTY = 169 * 27.321582 days (lunar orbit period) = 4617.3473 days

1 Jupiter-Saturn conjunction = 19.865036 years * 365.25636 days = 7255.8307 days

[planetary data source]

This gives a ratio of exactly 11:7 as follows:

11 * 4617.3473 = 50790.82 days

7 * 7255.8307 = 50790.814 days

7 and 11 are Lucas numbers.

Multiplying by 3 (which is both a Fibonacci and a Lucas number), the results from Part 1 can now be ‘plugged in’ to the chart on the right from a previous blog post, which is based on multiples of 21 (3 * 7) Jupiter-Saturn conjunctions, as the chart on the right shows.

Quoting from that post:

*The synodic periods all occur in multiples of six, and one sixth of 2503 years is 417.1666 years which is 21 J-S, 382 J-E, 403 S-E and two de Vries cycles.*

Updating that, the matching periods now are:

2 de Vries cycles

21 Jupiter-Saturn conjunctions (3 * 7)

382 Jupiter-Earth conjunctions

403 Saturn-Earth conjunctions (13 * 31)

352 Chandler wobbles (11 * 32)

429 Lunar tropical years (11 * 39 or 13 * 33)

627 Venus rotations (11 * 57 or 19 * 33)

Therefore: 31 Saturn-Earth = 33 Lunar tropical years.

Quoting from Part 1 of the post:

*353 Earth tropical years (ETY) = 363 Lunar tropical years = 10 beats*

363 LTY = 33 * 11

Therefore: 363 LTY = 31 * 11 (341) Saturn-Earth conjunctions (= synodic periods).

Quoting from another earlier post – Sidorenkov and the lunar or tidal year:

*4719 LM = 128930.54 days [note: 4719 = 363 * 13 i.e. 363 LTY]
4366 SM = 128930.55 days
4727 CR = 128930.34 days
5080 SSR = 128930.40 days
353 TY = 128930.49 days*

(see post re. abbreviations).

NASA’s Saturn Fact Sheet says re. Saturn-Earth:

Synodic period (days) 378.09

TY = tropical years

128930.49 days / 341 S-E = 378.09527 days

This ties Saturn to Sidorenkov’s 353 year period, which is therefore 11/13ths of 21 J-S.

Also: 11/13ths of 429 LTY = 363 LTY.

Footnote:

In the graphic the full period is 126 J-S, described as 6 * 21.

It could also be described as 7 * 18, which are Lucas numbers.