This makes for some more interesting reading -
Also as to reply an above i am currently looking for information on Constellations around the time of 10-8000 BC,
i have to add this though.
FYI: i jst edited, i have to apologise as my previous comments stated that if Leo set in the East then it must have risen in the West, but now i get
the comment that nothing can rise in the West....duuh as per Earths rotation.. lol yes i do get it now but thank you as i have just realised i had it
I still stand by my original comments but reverse it, and yes in regard to Aker and the gods meaning it does make sense...still.
On 29/10/10,000BC Leo rose directly in the East, exactly in front of the Sphinx, to be exact the Sphinx was starring at Leo as it rose in the night
sky. Then after 8-9 hours Leo set directly behond the Sphinx in the West, exactly!!
Here are the screen shots from Cybersky 4 dating the skyview as the 29/10/10,000 BC!!
First we have sunset at 7PM - date: 29/10/10,000BC - looking East
Next we have the next day at 7-8AM looking West:
It still links to the sign of Aker, actially more than before. Also remember at this exact date in time the Sphinx would have stared at it's
celestrial counterpart rising in the sky and as it set bringing with it the new day to the back of the Sphinx.
Anyone that has actually read the articles and quotes in this thread would still see the link with Aker and his/her meaning.
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by Havick007 because: (no reason given)
Sorry all, the pics above were kinda small but Leo is obviously what i was refering too -
and the next morning:
edit on 29-10-2010 by Havick007 because: Enlarged
Also if you take the time to actually investigate, Leo actually rises exactly in the East and sets directly in the West - EXACTLY - it is perfect! -
download the program or whichever program you want to use, look at Giza or Cairo as a reference and the date 29/10/10,000BC - it is perfect. Rises
directly in front the Sphinx and sets exactly behind it. As per the meaning behind Aker and that he is the watcher or gatekeeper of the underworld and
of the day and night - remember the disc on the image of aker doesnt reperesent the sun like with Ra but it actually represents the Horizon and also
remember the Aker is possibly one of the oldest Gods worshipped by Egyptians. As per the the article and links in my first post!
29-10-2010 by Havick007 because: (no reason given)