Earth's Precessional Cycle & the
Formation of Earth's Precessional Cross

Movies of Earth's Precessional Cycle and how it forms the Precessional Cross were created and graciously provided by Marius Giurgi in 2004.

An exciting addition to the Lunar Planner WEB site: For the first time ever, see 3-D high resolution MP4 movies of the entire precessional cycle with written commentary explaining the cycle. See exactly how the Precessional Cross forms and changes throughout the ~25,000 year precessional cycle. Marius created not only standard movies, but also stereo movies (stereography), providing unprecedented depth perception of the Sacred Geometry of Global Change.

More Movie Options

Standard Movies

Stereo Movies

Precessional Cross
400 pixel movie / 6.7 M

Precessional Cross
610 pixel movie / 10.2 M

1024 pixel screen width recommended

Precessional Cross
377 pix stereo movie / 12.8 M

Precessional Cross
512 pix stereo movie /16.6 M

1024 pixel screen width required

Viewing Notes:

The smaller version of the movie (400 pixel) is offered for those who have a narrow internet bandwidth (slower transmission speed), or a small screen. The larger movies offer the clearest and most dramatic presentation of the Precessional Cycle.

Stereo Movies

Stereo Movies offer the ultimate in a 3-D viewing experience. The standard movies, although wonderful to view, simulate a 3-D experience by projecting a 3-D image onto a 2-D plane, thereby offering the illusion of a 3-D perspective. Stereo movies are created from two slightly different images, therefore offering the illusion of depth as well. This makes viewing the Precessional Cross cycle quite phenomenal—as can be seen in the sample stereo picture offered below. There is one requirement: the viewer must perform a trick with their eyes—that is, to look cross-eyed at two images to create the third stereo image.

To see the stereo image, focus upon a point in space between you and your computer screen and just in front of your face, thus crossing your eyes until a third image comes into focus. As you proceed, your eyes will eventually lock onto the new image while ignoring the two images in your peripheral vision. You can frame the stereo image with your hands to remove the two side images if they are distracting.

Tip: It may be easier to first bring the stereo image into focus with the movie paused. Place your cursor over the play button so you do not have to look for it after you focus on your image. When you have your stereo image in view, and your eyes are locked on to it, click play.

Another technique: While sitting at a comfortable distance from your computer screen, place your finger about two inches from your face and focus upon it. Remove your finger but keep your focus at the same place in space. You could then see the third stereo image.

Another trick that will not only help you to cross your eyes naturally, but will also get rid of the distracting peripheral images, is to cut a 2" x 2" square hole in the middle of a (preferably black matte) piece of cardboard. Hold the cardboard filter in between your eyes and your computer screen. Place the cardboard filter at a distance from your eyes such that you see only one image with each eye through the square hole. Open one eye at a time to make sure you see only the left image with your right eye and only the right image with your left eye. Then with both eyes open, look through the hole, but focus at a point near the plane of the cardboard until you see the stereo image.

You can try this sample stereo picture first before viewing the stereo movie. If you can successfully adjust your focus to see this still stereo image, you should be able to do the same with the stereo movie.

Earth's Precessional Cross Stereo Image