c. -10,900 to . . .
Grand Center (Yukteswar)
see Proto-Saturn; also, Earth’s Neolithic north
magnetic pole position
Proto-Saturn (Cardona, Thornhill)
Red giant flare star (no rings) at presumed
Grand Center (Z-Pinch) of the Saturn Nebula
Saturn Nebula (Schuré)
Saturnian Polar Configuration in toto, including
its encompassing plasmasphere (space-charge sheathe)
Saturn's modern day orbit is inclined at 4.51 degrees to the Sun's equator, the third least in orbital inclination (after Venus at about 3.61 degrees, and Mercury at 0.01 degrees).