This instrument is clear evidence of the links between the astrolabe and astrology. On one side is an astrolabe for a single latitude, and on the other an astrological volvelle, used to find the positions of planets and other celestial bodies, especially in relation to the traditional astrological houses.

Links between astrolabe & astrology. On 1 side is an astrolabe 4 a single latitude & on th other an astrological volvelle, th positions f planets & other celestial bodies, especially in relation traditional astrological houses

How much detail can be packed into a single drawing you ask? Your answer lies in this Ink drawing on paper by the Ukrainian super duo, Interesni Kazki...

"Edge of Time" drawing by Interesni Kazki

How much detail can be packed into a single drawing? Your answer lies in this Ink drawing on paper by the Ukrainian super duo, Interesni Kazki.

"The mathematician and philosopher Hypatia of Alexandria was the daughter of the mathematician Theon Alexandricus (ca. 335/350–415) the last librarian of the Library of Alexandria. Around AD 400, she became head of the Platonist school at Alexandria. She taught philosophy and astronomy. The pupils included pagans, Christians, and foreigners. Murdered by a Christian mob after being accused of witchcraft and godlessness and of causing religious turmoil."

Hypatia, Ancient Alexandria’s Great Female Scholar

"The mathematician and philosopher Hypatia of Alexandria was the daughter of the mathematician Theon Alexandricus (ca. the last librarian of the Library of Alexandria. Around AD she became head of the Platonist school at Alexandria.

Astrology & Astronomy in Iran and Ancient Mesopotamia: Astrolabe: An Ancient Astronomical Instrument

Astrolabe: An Ancient Astronomical Instrument - Iran Chamber Society: Astrology & Astronomy in Iran and Ancient Mesopotamia

Nebra Sky Disk considered the oldest graphic depiction of the cosmos. Stars are possibly the Pleiades.

Excavated illegally in 1999 in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, the extraordinary Nebra Sky Disc is considered both the first known portable astronomical instrument and the oldest-known graphic depiction of celestial objects in human history.

MU:13 | My:steries of KE'Mithra [Bla.eKAquat.eKAT:Sun God]... My:stories of RA + My:theology of RA = Bla.eKA’Hi:teKAT:Sphysics [Bla.eKEMagicK] of Her RoyAL Bla.eKAquat.eKAT:Sphinx Klan of KEMETLantis

Mithra is the Zoroastrian divinity (yazata) of covenant and oath. In addition to being the divinity of contracts, Mithra is also a judicial figure, an all-seeing protector of Truth, and the guardian of cattle, the harvest and of The Waters.

Ancient Astronomy PDF

♀ My Heavy [Megalithic] Christ [Olmec] Gland of Undetectable Saturnian [U. = Omniversal] Black Atmospheric Distortion [BAD = Neuronic Physiological Impulses = Mental Electricity = ME = U.

Archaeologists discover ancient astronomy lab in northern Peru.  "Stone altar engraved with astronomical symbols is 3,500-4,000 years old ... [and is] evidence of an astronomical laboratory from the formative stage."

Ancient 'astronomy lab' discovered in northern Peru in the region of Lambayeque, four hours from Olmos. The Stone altar is engraved with astronomical symbols and is to years old.

Silver-inlaid brass planispheric astrolabe Spain, probably Toledo, 14th century. Engraved copper alloy inlaid with silver. Source: Aga Khan Museum

Silver-inlaid brass planispheric astrolabe Spain, probably Toledo, century. Engraved copper alloy inlaid with silver.

Time Cycles of Ancient Astronomy

Frontispiece of: "A Discovery of A New World ." by John Wilkins, A book espousing travel to the moon and agreement with the concept that the Earth is one of the planets.

Charles Stirton: African Megaliths and Ancient Astronomy [AUDIO] Megalithomania 2007 - YouTube

Charles Stirton: African Megaliths and Ancient Astronomy [AUDIO] Megalithomania 2007 - YouTube

Illustrated Astronomy Prints

middle: telescopic view of the New Moon; bottom: Refraction, Parallax, Light & Heat, from Smith’s Illustrated astronomy,

Table of Astronomy, from Cyclopaedia: or, An Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, Volume 1, p 164, London, 1728

Table of Astronomy Illustration from Cyclopaedia: or, An Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences (two volumes in folio) — an encyclopedia published by Ephraim Chambers in London in and reprinted in numerous editions in the eighteenth century.

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