To prove the extraordinary nature of Solar Geometry, consider the relative values for planetary distances provided by Solar Geometry when Mercury equals 1:

Planet | Calculated Value from Solar Geometry |

Mercury | 1.0000000000000 |

Venus | 1.8660254037844 |

Earth | 2.5833057115410 |

Mars | 3.9364580433138 |

Jupiter | 13.4399084391945 |

These values produce some absolutely astonishing relationships between Earth and the other planets. Keep in mind that the following relationships are not approximations. When computed using values from the Solar Geometry calculations for each planet they produce exact mathematical equalities.

## The Earth – Venus Relationship

In the Bible, seven is a sign of completeness, from its first appearance in Genesis in the seven days of creation to Revelations, where it appears sixty times. Consider this relationship between Earth and Venus:

( Earth ⁴ / Venus ³ ) + ( Venus ³ / Earth ⁴ ) = 7

## The Earth – Mars Relationship

This theme of sevens, or two times seven, continues in the relationship of Earth to Mars:

( Mars ⁴ / Earth ³ ) + ( Earth ³ / Mars ⁴ ) = 14

## The Earth – Jupiter Relationship

It has long been thought that the ancients considered 6 to be the perfect number because 1+2+3=6 and 1*2*3=6. In this relationship, one also finds the union of 1, 2 and 3, the trinity. Or could, perhaps, the real answer be found in the following relationship?

Earth ¾ * ( √1 + √2 + √3 + √6 ) = Jupiter

Note: √x indicates the square root of x

## The Earth – Venus – Jupiter Relationship

This relationship relates the Earth to both Venus and Jupiter:

Earth ¾ * ( √(4 * Venus) + √(8 * Venus) ) ) = Jupiter

## Relationships Based on Orbital Periods

The use of the ¾ power in the formulas for Earth and Mars may seem like a creative invention, but it’s a direct result of the laws of planetary motion, which state that the square of a planet’s orbital period is proportional to the cube of its average distance from the Sun.

Understanding this, we discover that Venus, Earth and Mars are related to each other like the gears of a precisely calibrated clock:

Distance of the Earth = √ Period of Venus * Phi

and

Distance of Mars = √ Period of Earth * √ Diameter of Venus’ Orbit

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## Relationships between Other Planets

As shown on the Geometries and Calculations pages, each planet has a unique geometric relationship to the one before it. By the time you get to Jupiter, the accumulation of these relationships results in an elegant, but reasonably complicated set of integers, roots, exponents, multiples and additions. Despite this, our solar system still has an underlying foundation that reveals beauty, simplicity and symmetry:

Jupiter = √2 * Mercury at Aphelion * √2 * Mars * √2

## The Earth – Moon Relationship

Although not part of Solar Geometry, even our moon exhibits an unusual relationship to the Earth. Its orbital period times seven-squared, or 49, is 1447, a prime number. In addition, solar eclipses are only possible because of the very unique relationship between its size and distance from the Sun and the Earth. (Click HERE for details.)

Why do these relationships exist? Do they demonstrate the Divine design of the solar system? That is a question that we each can only answer for ourselves. They do seem quite difficult to explain by naturalistic explanations for the origins of the solar system. And these may be just the beginning of many other relationships still to be discovered.

## The Earth – Venus – Golden Ratio Relationship

There is yet another relationship involving the Earth, one which relates the distance of Earth from the Sun to the design of life itself.

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*Seven times a day I praise you for your righteous laws.*

*(Psalms 119:164)*