Right hand rule for celestial objects:
If one places the right hand with the fingers curving along the equator of a celestial object in the direction of spin, the thumb of the hand points “up” toward the “north pole” of that object.
By that convention, the Milky Way Galaxy spins counterclockwise only when the view is oriented from “below” the Earth looking up toward the galactic pole “above” the Sun and Earth.
This view is consistent with the ancient view of our surroundings, needs of space visitors to Earth from Nibiru, and it is a logical extension of what was seen by them from space.
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