That’s right, the so-called “precession of the equinoxes” is a myth. It is all based on the assumption that Hipparcus made and that Ptolemy later latched on to. But it has no conclusive evidence whatsoever.
The earth is not a convex ball for one thing, and it is definitely not spinning. It is definitely not tilted and it is definitely not precessing (wobbling).
The earth is spherical concave and stationary. This means that you live on the inside surface and curved light does not allow you to see the other side.
There is a central celestial sphere right in the middle of the earth. It has a band wrapped around it. We call this the Milky Way. This is NOT a spiral galaxy, but a band that divides the celestial sphere into two hemispheres. The Milky Way Band governs the direction of the sun from 23.4 degrees north to 23.4 degrees south every year.
The celestial sphere rotates at exactly 23 hours 56 minutes and 4 seconds every revolution. This is a sidereal day. It is a literal object that spins, not just a time frame for an “alignment of the earth” to happen.
The sun NEEDS to stay halfway between the band during the equinoxes. The sun only crosses the band twice a year at the solstices – that’s it. The average solar year will fluctuate slightly (trepidation), but it will never progress into another constellation!
So you are being lied to about entering into an age of Aquarius.