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Aqu/Pisc

Sagit

Aries

Sco/Sag

Capric

Cap/Sag

Aqu/Pisc

Mean Distance from the Best Points = 13.5o (without Moon)

Mean Distance from the Best Points = 13.5o (without Moon)

Figure 8.10: Configuration of the planets in the surroundings of the constellation of Aquarius on February 27, 1853 A.D.

Figure 8.10: Configuration of the planets in the surroundings of the constellation of Aquarius on February 27, 1853 A.D.

on the sill dark sky before the sunrise.

Table S.1O: Planetary Positions on February Î4, 999

It is clear that this solution fits better the arrangement of the planetary symbols in the horoscope in "Boats" on Brugsch's zodiac, but its date is too faraway in time from the solutions of the other two horoscopes. The time difference is more than 600 years. For the burial horoscopes found on the cover of a single sarcophagus, such a time interval is definitely unacceptable. The dates shown in these horoscopes should be close one to another, so they could be related in some way to the occupant of that tomb. In this situation, we have no other choice than just to accept the solution pointing to the year 1853. Notice that this solution also completely agrees with the horoscope in "Boats."

Now it becomes clear why in the both horoscopes without "Walking Sticks" and in "Boats," which are the parts of the original design of the zodiac (in contrast to the annotated later Demotic horoscope), there is no Moon. If indeed, this zodiac was created in the 19th century, at that time it was already a common knowledge that the oon is not a planet, but just a satellite of the Earth. In the ancient astronomy, the Moon was considered as a planet and it was always included in ancient Egyptian zodiacs. However, on the 19th century zodiac, Moon could be simply "omitted" from its design.

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