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Re: VMs: "Zodiac" signs and Regulus
Thanks for clearing that up for me.
Unless I am mistaken, any star rising in a degree of
Libra is considered to be 'in Libra'. . .but that's in
the sign of Libra, not the constellation of Libra.
That's why we often find stars from other
constellations 'in' familiar but non-identical signs;
like Sirius, in the constellation Canis Major, in the
sign Cancer; or Antares in the constellation Scorpius,
in the sign of Sagittarius, etc.
Okay, I'm glad to know I grasped what you were saying.
--- Rene Zandbergen <r_zandbergen@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> --- Pamela Richards <spirlhelix@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Hi, Rene
> > Just checking to be sure we are talking about the
> > same
> > thing. You were talking about paranatellonta. So
> > you
> > are speculating that the chart says that as
> > was culminating, some star at some late degree in
> > Libra was rising. . .yes?
> That's indeed the hypothesis.
> > So, what star in Libra do you think that might
> > been? Do you think the rising star is the star
> > a crowned nymph, or is the nymph, otherwise
> > representing some unidentified star, crowned
> > because Regulus is culminating?
> The crowned nymph has a 7-pointed star so,
> according to the hypothesis, should represent a
> magnitude-3 star. This star does not have to be
> in Libra, but rises with the same degree of Libra
> (as Regulus culminates). The crown has been
> added in honour of Regulus. Again, if you look
> at the picture of the crown, it has an additional
> arc with a "jewel" on top of it, which could be
> interpreted as the path of the star with its
> culmination point indicated.
> It could also all be a big coincidence :-/
> Cheers, Rene
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