The Celestial Sea and the Arc of Heaven
Report of the FirmamentThere can be no doubt that the ancients conceived of the sky above as a great cosmic ocean.
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The Major Players:
Ursa Major Supercluster
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Orion Belt Stars Alignment
In the opposite direction the belt stars of Orion point towards Alderban (the eye) and The Pleiades (the shoulder) of Taurus in the Hyades Stream.The belt stars point towards Sirius, the brightest star in the constellation of the Larger Dog, Canis Major situated SE of Orion.
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http://www.astro.wisc.edu/~dolan/conste ... rpius.html
The Galactic Center (26 Sagittarius)
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Taurus & Pleiades Star Charts
Scorpius Star Chart
http://www.mazzaroth.com/InsertFour/Sco ... rChart.htm
TaurusJob 38:31 "Canst thou bind the sweet influences of Pleiades or loose the bands of Orion?
Job 38:32 "Canst thou bring forth Mazzaroth in his season or canst thou guide Arcturus with his sons
Locating Saturn and Jupiter
Jupiter and Saturn in the Constellation Taurus
The Galactic Anti-center – through Taurus and Auriga
Tauroctony Gemini to Taurus & Earth around Sun
(The bull is stabbed in his shoulder which represents The Pleiades)Mithras is associated with Perseus, whose constellation is above that of the bull (Taurus). A serpent (Hydra), a scorpion (Scorpio), a dog (Sirius), and a raven (Corvus) are present, also thought to represent associated constellations.
One of the central motifs of Mithraism is the tauroctony, the myth of sacrifice by Mithra of a sacred bull created by the supreme deity Ahura Mazda, which Mithra stabs to death in the cave. In this myth plants, animals and all the beneficial things of the earth spring from the body of the dying bull.
Hindu Theory of Time
Are the Pleiades the seat of Universal Magnetism?As the Sun (with the Earth and other planets) traveled along its set orbital path with its companion star, it would cyclically move close to, then away from a point in space referred to as Vishnunabhi, a supposed magnetic center or “grand center.”