Historically, the precession of the equinoxes has been equated with the precession of the earth’s axis. However…
Based on 365 days per year, it would take only 1460 years for the equinox to precess forward by 12 months.
Based on 365.25 days per year the equinox would move backward and take 48,000 years.
It is based on the ratio of the time for the earth to spin one revolution versus the time it takes the earth to orbit the sun one time.
The earth’s axis is expected to take only 26,000 years to precess 360 degrees.
It is based on the imbalance of gravity on the earth caused by the sun.
The cause is not the same and the values are clearly different.
Bob de Hilster