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Tiny Ceres is held in place by gigantic Jupiter



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Jupiter, the largest planet, here sees that his 'phoenix' position, where he is born again on the other side of the solar furnace, and the similar position of Ceres, the Corn Goddess, harmonise with simple and great ease. This is a very simple proportion to construct, being the intersection of two squares, one rotated 45°, and can be used to draw Jupiter's and Ceres's mean orbits around the Sun with 99.9% accuracy. This emphasises the eightfold nature of the Abundant Harvest.