I assume you’re speaking of this image, which shows the trailing orbits of the planets behind the sun. The part which is incorrect is where it says we are “spiraling”. A popular youtube video describes this as a “vortex”, which is also incorrect. The animation has been thoughtfully debunked by Phil Plait of bad astronomy. A more correct term would be ‘traveling in a helical path’.
I am disappointed that neither the original animation or the debunking describe what I consider to be a very important point; the orbit of any moon, planet, or star forms a helix, when you consider that the direction it is traveling is in a time dimension.
In looking out upon the world, we forget that the world is looking at itself.