Mythical Star Signs
Lulu.com, 1 juil. 2007 - 132 pages
You may be a Taurus in the west but in the south you could be a Platypus, and in Egypt you might have been born under Amun! Find out inside Mythical Star Signs what your Chinese Year is, what your star sign could be around the world, and discover dreamtime. Mythical Star Signs will take you on a fact finding and mystical journey to the cosmos throught the eyes of ancient civilisations, their gods, priests, astrologers and alchemists. To the ancient Egyptians, the Milky Way was a waterway in the heavens sailed upon by both the sun god Ra, and the Pharaoh, and they called it 'The Nile in the Sky', but the ancient Aboriginals saw it as the smoke from the fire of the old spirits. Around the world, as long as they've relied on the stars to guide them, people have created wonderful myths and legends around the stars, this book will introduce you to them from around the world, including Dreamtime.
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