DEIR EL BAHAI CELESTIAL COORDINATES
VERNAL AND AUTUMNAL EQUINOXES 4200 B.C.

Luxor Egypt coordinates. Deir el Bahai not used for star charts.
Luxor Egypt

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Hatshepsut's Temple
Hatshepsut's Temple

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Vernal Equinox Zenith/Galactic Crossing  
Perseus Is crossing the Pleiades Opening in Milky Way
Shepherds route to heaven taken by Moses at the well of the seven sisters (Hyades).
This is the route of the false prophets, and Mithras (i.e. Perseus). 
 
Vernal Equinox Zenith/Galactic Crossing

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Vernal Equinox Nadir/Galactic Crossing
Centaur prevents Lupus (Wolf, Anubis) from getting on the galactic barque.

Vernal Equinox Nadir/Galactic Crossing

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| Tauret grins with the children in her mouth.
The following chart is critical,
it is the Autumn Equinox Zenith/Galactic Crossing.
This is the location of the earth in 4200 BC,
and is clearly a rebirth at the Gateway of Gods.

Crocodile's mouth opening. This is the grin in Tauret's mouth.
Out of the mouth is coming the Uadjet serpent,
with Horus on the wings of the Nekhebet vulture.
This is the boundary between death and rebirth, south and north.
Uadjet's head is toward the future representing the Eye of Re.

Ophiuchus, who was Re on the Denderah Zodiac, stands on the two
horizons of the Milky Way and the Ecliptic, i.e. Tefnut and Shu.

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Autumn Equinox Zenith/Galactic Crossing
Autumn Equinox Zenith/Galactic Crossing

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Autumn Equinox Nadir/Galactic Crossing
The bow of the barque with Canis Major and Sirius (Isis) crossing the nadir.

Autumn Equinox Nadir/Galactic Crossing

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From these charts, it is fairly clear why the Luxor area was of such great importance.
The foundation of the city of Teotihuacan has nearly identical correspondences.
In Teotihuacan the Pale Prophet was the symbol of most reverence.
The Pale Prophet is Ophiuchus and Re and Abraham and the Father of Jesus.

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