Astronomical age of Sun

This topic continues from the previous one “Age of Sanatan Dharma” … This topic answers queries like “Age of Sun”, “How old is the sun”, “Age of sun”, “Sun’s age” and “Life cycle of sun”, etc. …

The time span which is calculated here is also relating to the present day time of Brahma (i.e. the current Brahma Kalpa) …

94-AA … Age of a divine entity needs divine ways of calculation …

Sun is light and in this part of universe, light is sun … Light is divinity of the divine, so as far as the sun is concerned, it is a divine entity …

Thus, we shall have to utilize the divine aspect of age calculations (as was discussed in the previous topic “Time passed during Brahma Kalpa” to derive the age of sun of our current discussion …

94-BB … Calculating the age of sun … Suns Age …

We know from our earlier discussion that 1,972,949,112 human solar years (As per middle time units of precession of equinoxes and as of 2011 AD) have passed within the current day of Brahma

In billion human solar years, this value becomes 1.972949112

Proceeding further …

We know from our earlier discussion on Naimittika Pralaya, that the sun begins assimilating itself (i.e. begins assimilating its lost energy or mass) in the middle of the Night of Brahma (i.e. Brahma Ratri) …

This time was when half of the time span of night of Brahma (or Brahma Ratri) was still pending to complete …

So this means 4.32 / 2 = 2.16 billion human solar years (as per middle time units) prior the last night of Brahma had ended …

proceeding further …

Adding both above, we get a value of …

1.972949112 + 2.16 = 4.13294912 billion human solar years (as per time units of middle precession of equinoxes)

Proceeding further …

Converting above value (which is as per the time units of the middle of the axial precession of earth’s axis) to the currently applicable time units (basis my own calculated value of 50.28 arc seconds precession per year or 71.6 years per degree precession), we get the value as follows …

(4.13294911/66.6666667) x 71.6 = 4.43878734 billion human solar years

Note: Values of 66.6666667 and 71.6 are directly taken from derivations of an earlier topic of “Unitary value of time” …

Proceeding further …

And as the sun that we know had formed just prior to above stated middle of Naimittika Pralaya, so the age of sun can only be between the times as are calculated below …

During the last stage which leads to the middle of Naimittika Pralay (which was discussed in the earlier topic of Naimittika Pralaya) was the phase when the sun had just about originated in its current state …

Naimittika Pralay has a time span of 4.32 billion years and each phase thus has a time span of 4.32 / 4 = 1.08 billion human solar years

1.08 billion Human solar years prior the middle phase of the last Naimittika Pralay which was faced by this plane of existence (i.e. the Milky Way Galaxy), can be broken up as follows …

0.09 (setting in time) + 0.9 (set time) + 0.09 (exit time) = 1.08 billion human solar years (at precession middle time units of precession)

Note: Above method of breakup of time is the same as what was used in previous topics to calculate the breakup of ages (human and divine ages) …

Proceeding further …

Now we shall consider the exit time of above break up i.e. 0.09 billion human solar years as this was the closest time when the sun had started its process of formation in a state that we know it and this itself was prior the half stage of Naimittika Pralaya had arrived …

And when this time span of 0.09 billion human solar years (at middle time units of precession or Agragaman) is converted to current time units, then it becomes as follows …

(0.09 / 66.6666667) x 71.6 = 0.09666 billion human solar years (as per current time units of precession or Ahaata)

Note: Values of 66.6666667 and 71.6 are directly taken from derivations of an earlier topic of “Unitary value of time” …

Note: This is the end phase of destruction of Bhuvar Loka as we had discussed in section 87-DD-2 (which discussed the second collision of Milky Way Galaxy) and prior to the beginning of the section 87-DD-3 (which discusses the third collision of Milky Way Galaxy) of the earlier topic of Naimittika Pralaya) …

Proceeding further …

Thus, adding above time to the earlier calculated time, we get a value as follows …

4.43878734 + 0.09666 = 4.53544734 billion human solar years

Proceeding further …

Now we need to apply the final correction which we had derived in section 76-AA-2 of an earlier topic of “Astronomical age of universe” and which had a value of 0.019872 billion human solar years

We had discussed in that earlier topic of “Astronomical age of universe” that above stated time (of 0.019872 billion human solar years) is the time which the sun takes to travel from its origin point (which itself is inside the Tatpurusha face of Sadashiva, which in Sanskrit texts is also addressed as Maheshwara aspect of lord Shiva) till it reaches the point from where it manifests out of the inner part of the Milky Way Galaxy (this manifestation of sun is at Vamadeva face of Sadashiva, which is also addressed as the elder brother or Jyeshtha) …

Moving on further …

So the real age of sun becomes as follows …

4.53544734 + 0.019872 = 4.55531934 billion human solar years

Thus within the last night of Brahma (or Brahma Ratri) when the Naimittika Pralaya had taken place, around the above calculated time (from 2011 AD) was the stage when our planetary sun had originally formed at Tatpurusha face of Shiva and then the sun had just about started moving through the 90 degrees arc (of the Milky Way Galaxy) so as to reach Vamadeva face of Shiva from where it gets evicted outwards of the center of the Galaxy and then becomes physically present within the Milky Way Galaxy and as the sun that we know …

And since within the Milky Way (and also in every other Galaxy, because all galaxies have these five faces of Sadashiva, which in Sanskrit texts are also addressed as Pancha Mukha Sadashiva), the sun only becomes visible when it reaches at the Vamadeva face, so it is due to this reason that Nigama (or Vedic) and Agama scriptures state that Vamadeva face of Sadashiva is from where the sun originates …

And after this time the sun keeps rejuvenating and assimilating itself until it reaches its fully manifested (or present) state …

During any day time of creator (Brahma Kalpa or simply, the Kalpa) the sun keeps losing its energy and mass … This loss is to the mass of sun converting into energy (i.e. radiation, as heat and light) …

And during the night of creator (Brahma Ratri) when Naimittika Pralaya takes place, then the sun re-assimilates and rejuvenates itself and thus prepares itself for the next Brahma Kalpa, in which it would again be slowly losing its mass (which itself is due to conversion of mass to radiation, as heat and light) …

Above calculated time was the stage when the sun had regained back its energy and mass which was lost during the last cycle of its existence and within the preceding day time of Brahma (i.e. Brahma Kalpa which was prior to the present one) …

If any modern scientific value is lesser or greater than this range, then that value needs a recheck …

Continues …

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