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A Morning Line of Stars and Planets
Image Credit & Copyright: Yuri Beletsky (Las Campanas Observatory, Carnegie Institution for Science)
Explanation: Early morning dog walkers got a visual treat last week as bright stars and planets appeared to line up. Pictured above, easily visible from left to right, were the Pleiades open star cluster, Jupiter, Venus, and the “Follower” star Aldebaran, all seen before a starry background. The image was taken from the Atacama desert in western South America. The glow of the rising Sun can be seen over the eastern horizon. Jupiter and Venus will continue to dazzle pre-dawn strollers all over planet Earth for the rest of the month, although even now the morning planets are seen projected away from the line connecting their distant stellar sky mates.
HATONN’S MOTHERSHIP ‘THE PHOENIX’ IS BRIGHTEST STAR NEXT TO PLEIADES
If you search the skies for signs and signals from extraterrestrial civilizations, search carefully in the Pleiades, readers.
Right now in the cycle of heavenly order, you will, in the late evening time find the Pleiades and then that which will appear to be just beneath the constellation will be the BRIGHTEST “Light” in the heavens. That, readers, is MY SHIP. I do not care WHAT THE ASTRONOMERS TELL YOU IT IS, IT IS MY SHIP, THE PHOENIX! We are more frequently now strobing the rainbow lights for recognition but not so steadily as are the other craft placed around your viewing arena. And, NO, I do not care whether or not you believe me. Your “belief” in ignorance and my truth in KNOWING are two quite differing perceptions in FACT.
This seemingly “small” cluster of stars, well known even if only visible best through peripheral-vision sight, is actually very big and VERY BRIGHT. Is it too far away or too close–which is it? Neither, it is exactly PERFECT in placement. You are simply constrained by your visual limitations in that the Pleiades has the type of Light that is seen best through the rods of the eye and not through the cones of the physical eye. There is a good REASON for that phenomenon but that is for another day and another lesson on “vision”.
This “little” cluster of “somethings” is recognized throughout history and right into the current myths of all original tribes. They have been known as the “Seven Sisters”, the “Daughters of Zeus”, “The seven nymphs of Poseidon” as associated with “Dorian” woman. As the “daughters of Zeus” they are called Maia, Electra, Celaeno, Taygeta, Asterope, Merope, and Alcyone. Mothers of Greek gods, they are believed to have been turned into stars by Zeus so that they might be safe from Orion, who had chased them for several years. There are no stars so widely acclaimed as these; their beauty and grace are spoken of in literature from all cultures, past and present.
The Pleiades were among the FIRST stars mentioned in astronomical literature, appearing in Chinese annals of 2357 B.C