Golden metric tensors exterior to hypothetical distribution of mass whose field varies with time and radial distance have been used to construct the coefficient of affine connections that invariably was used to obtained the Einstein’s equations of motion for test particles of non-zero rest masses. The expression for the variation of time on a clock moving in this gravitational field was derived using the time equation of motion. The test particles in this field under the condition of pure polar motion have an inverse square dependence velocity which depends on radial distance. Our result indicates that despite using the golden metric tensor, the inverse square dependence of the velocity on radial distance has not been changed.
Einstein’s Equation of motion for exterior test particles with spherical mass distribution having varied field, time and radial distance; Golden metric tensors approach.