posted on Oct, 30 2018 @ 08:43 AM
a reply to: CanadianMason
Obviously the alignments that i show happen naturally in any location, but the odds are that they were intentional. There are are four auspicious
directions that mystics align stars to, being Due East, Due West being the horizons, Due South being the culminating angle in the northern hemisphere
and Due North being the Nadir, plus three ways to align the day, being ancient Greek day start being previous sunset, modern midnight, and sunrise
being ancient Egyptian and Roman day start.
The Sun appears to move approx. 1 degree a day, so i only use 1 degree margin in relation to any date.
Usually this would mean that using two stars being Sirius and Alnilam, associated with Isis and Osiris in Beliefs, and four directions that this could
happen naturally 24 times in 365 days. however on one occasion there is often a double alignment. An example would be Sirius rising with the Sun and
Alnilam setting at midnight, yet another alignment can be lost by Summer Time being brought in.
So we get 22 days in 365 days that special alignments happen in any location, please read link below about how these alignments were used :-
I think i should start a new thread on this as i have too much research to place here, i hope Canadian Mason that we can debate this when i switch
Below is an astronomy Graph showing Alnilam, Belt of Orion and Osiris Star rising with the Sun on 4th July 1776 in Philadelphia,