The North Star, or Polaris, maintains an appearance of steadfastness in the night sky due to its close alignment with the Earth's axis projected into space. Positioned near the north celestial pole, it remains a bright beacon seemingly unaffected by the Earth's rotation. However, contrary to its seemingly stationary nature, the North Star does undergo a gradual shift over vast spans of time.
Polaris, currently serving as the North Star, holds this position not indefinitely, as its celestial prominence will eventually yield to cosmic forces. The Earth's rotation, influenced by the gravitational pull of a mysterious energy source, likely a black hole within the Zodiac System, results in a subtle wobble or, more precisely, an orbit. This unseen force shapes the trajectory of the Earth's spin axis, causing the North Star to trace a circle around the north celestial pole.
Capturing a snapshot of the North Star reveals its daily circumnavigation around the precise point of the north celestial pole. This consistent alignment is a consequence of the Earth's current orientation, which, in turn, points almost directly at Polaris. Yet, in ancient times, Thuban held this celestial role, and in the distant future, Vega will claim the title of North Star, all due to the precession or orbital movement of the Earth's rotation axis.
This cosmic dance unfolds over vast epochs, roughly 22,032 years for one complete orbit around the enigmatic gravitational force at the center of the Zodiac System. This celestial ballet, often perceived as a wobble, is better understood as a grand orbit, sculpted by the presence of a central Black Hole. The gravitational forces from this unseen entity influence not only the Earth's orbit but also play a role in the intricate dance of the moon and the occurrence of lunar eclipses.
In essence, the mysterious energy known as Dark Energy orchestrates this cosmic symphony, shaping the movements of our solar system within the Zodiac System. As our solar system travels at varying speeds, the Zodiac houses shift with each passing age, marking the enduring influence of the Black Hole that orchestrates this celestial choreography.