Secret of Anubis - Ancient Astronomy
Behold, Ancient Egypt, the land that the universe created when the cosmos made the Nile. As the Queen of the constellations raised herself above the two horizons and declared her name as Sirius, so did the jubilation of life occur, meanwhile her husband the constellation of Orion stands guard by her.

The articles that you find here, investigates all the mysteries that lies hidden in the ancient desert sand, specifically their spiritual nature which began among the stars.

While I worked in Egypt I quickly saw something more than the guides would talk about.
Like I would say to my guests before entering a temple, "I can give you the regular guide story, which last 40 min, and then you can walk around by yourself? Or..."

"I can give you everything I've got, meaning I will tell you the details, and anything you point to, I will explain. I will use up all of your time, and still have a lot to say. the choice is yours".
- Guess which one they picked, always :)

You could say that this blog is based on that concept, of giving you everything I've got, on what ever topic from this ancient land.

Mysterious objects, that either moves or sings, are studied in more detail. I can guarantee you a journey which you haven't seen before, from below the ground to up among the stars.

The Pyramid builders that left empty sarcophagus and a knowledge which no one have been able to imitate since...
A peculiar and mysterious thing, is also the fact that what we have from the Pyramid Builders are in stone not papyrus manuscripts. Their spiritual belief was written into the stones.

The mysteries of Edgar Cayce are also looked into, as well as the case of the Emerald tablets.

Furthermore you have a unique opportunity to read more about individual stars and constellations of ancient Egypt, known under the name of the Decans.

This blog goes extensively into different subjects from this holy land, and takes you on a real as well as truthful journey into the magical land of the great ancient Egyptians.

The Emerald tablets articles can be found under the label Hermes Trismegitus, there are more than one article about each subject, and it is for that reason that they are arranged into label categories.

You can also use the list below, turning the pages to see illustrating images of each article.
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By Karima Lachtane

Senenmut the Astronomer

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The Greatest Astronomer, Senenmut


He is proven to be a genius of his time, to this day, his monuments still stand as a perfection of the reign of Hatshepsut. Senenmut was her closet friend as well as being her chief architect.

Who was Senenmut?
Who were Senenmut's parents?
Valley of the Nobles - The Unused Tomb
Tomb of Senenmut
Senenmut the Astronomer

Hatshepsut's most devoted friend at the end of her reign was Sen-en-mut, he was also her daughter Neferu-Ra's teacher. 
He rose himself from a poor boy to be a high official in the ancient world. 



Who was Senenmut?


Sen-en-mut, literary means ‘Brother of the mother.’ Best known as Hatshepsut’s chief architect as mentioned, but also know under the title Steward of the King's Daughter. 

He came from a modest family, but was able to rise himself to the highest place in ancient Egypt, working as a official inside the royal courts. 

His image is also found 70 times, in one of Hatshepsut’s temples.
He clearly proved his diverse abilities, Being an outstanding teacher, as well as dealing with huge building projects.


Another title of his was ‘Director of the Domain of Amun’ which connects him to the temple of Amun in Karnak, read more about this below under the astronomer headline.

Who were Senenmut’s parents?

It was not a big tomb, only one room, but completely filled with ancient artifacts. Two sarcophagus* were found, one male and one female, it was Sen-en-mut’s parents. 

For the first time in over 1400 years, their names would be uttered by the living once more, they were Ramose and Hatnefret.

Senenmut probably felt more affection for his mother than for his father this can be suspected because of the tombs content. First of, it would seem that there was no canopic chest* for his father, but his mothers canopic chest was there.

They proceeded to open the sarcophagus of Ramose, Senenmut’s father, but to their surprise it contained the skeleton bones of him instead of a mummified body. 

The loose bandages around his bones, revealed an ink mark with an inscription “Neferu-Ra” the name of Hatshepsut’s daughter, hereby linking this tomb directly to the family of Hatshepsut. 

Hatnefret, the mother of Sen-en-mut had a beautiful detailed sarcophagus, and her face was covered by a gold foil. 

Upon her bandages were found the cursive hieroglyphics inscription;
‘Good Goddess, Maat – Ka- Ra, loved by Amun, may she live forever.’ 

It would seem that everything in the tomb actually belonged to Senenmut’s mother, Hatnefret. Not only did they come to find that this monument was built by Senenmut, but also that he had his parents buried beneath it, as a tribute to them.


Valley of the Nobles - The Unused Tomb

While archeologist's were collecting objects from the 18. Dynasty (18. Dynasty was between 1570 BC - 1293 BC.) They came across objects with Hatshepsut's name engraved on them. 

But some of the objects also bore another name, the name Senenmut.

It was quickly known, that this Senenmut was not a part of the royal family (pharaohs family line), but seem to have come from a commoners family. This idea was confirmed two times at one place. 

In 1930 H.E Winlock opened a monument (also known as TT71) which lies on the hill called 'Sheikh abd el-Qurna,' when exactly this monument was discovered or by who, is unknown.


It is presumed to have been discovered one hundred years before its opening.


At first glace it seems like a primitive house of some sort, wholes revealing windows and doors. Closer inspections of the monument, showed a similarity to Hatshepsut’s Great temple at Deir el-Bahari, but in a much smaller scale. 

The monument was cut into the cliffs behind it, and a forecourt in front of it. 

Archeologists could see that the monument was not completed, when the ancient Egyptian worker had stopped working on the site.
While A. Lansing and W. Hayes were excavating in 1936 and researching this monument, they came across a completely intact tomb.    


Senenmut the Astronomer

This is an important tomb, because not only is it from the time of Hatshepsut, but this is also the location of the oldest detailed astronomical chart ever found. 

The Tomb offers a unique insight, into how they viewed the dark heavens in those days. 


the Decans can be seen in their forms at that time, There are 36 decans, and they are stars. In those days, they were seen as 36 weekly stars. 


There is also 12 big circles in one half of the images, which corresponds to the half of a day 12 hours. If we count the rooms inside each circle, we come to find that there are 24 rooms, corresponding to the total hours of one day. 


So this could also indicate that the 24 hours in the 12 circles, are 12 days. Much research has been made into this chart, and to this day, it is not completely deciphered.


Personal note

That it was Amun that he chose to service is probably a conscious choice. In his time period of around Hatshepsut’s time (1489 B.C) it was the astrological age of the Ram, known in ancient Egypt as Amun (there are three and maybe more forms of Ram’s). 

Even more interesting is the fact that the ancient Greeks translated Amun as Jupiter. In our modern time we know this ‘combination’ (or the observation of Jupiter) of planets, as the star of Bethlehem (also see Constellation of PISCES ) , Jupiter was the planet that the three kings followed. 


This planet has always been a significant planet, going back to ancient days. We just need to look at the year 1489 B.C where Jupiter was in the sign of Aries, but in this case, being even more precise, because it was also the astrological age of Aries.


Not only that, if I am not that mistaken then Jupiter is in conjunction with the Midheaven off course the events surrounding the Jupiter placement in 7 B.C are more significant than that. 

But then in 7 B.C it wasn’t the astrological age of Aries/the Ram, so they have two huge differences. 

- Just something which I thought was interesting.


Note: 

Sarcophagus: Also known as the ‘coffin’ where they placed the mummified body in. The word ‘sarcophagus’ is Greek and actually means ‘flesh-eating’. Usually a sarcophagus/coffin is filled with texts, which is referred to as the ‘coffin texts’. 

canopic chest:
 Also known as canopic jars, which are four vessels that were used for the organs of the deceased. 

False-door:
 a door in the tomb, which was to be used by the deceased's soul. 

Resources (Just some books) 


Hatshepsut by Amr Hussein Chronicle of the Pharaohs by Peter A. Clayton The Complete Valley of the Kings by Nicholas Reeves and Richard H. Wilkinson Again I could not post everything there is to know about Senenmut, like Hatshepsut their lives could each fill many books, but I can give you some links for further reading. - Website by Dr. Karl H. Leser (Iufaa) - Also visit the Sen-en-mut project

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Constellation of the Big Dipper

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 eBook
Watch Video clip From NASA Below

Behold.. the mysterious lady said as she raised her hands towards the Big Dipper. With her rough voice she said, this be one of the old ones. We called him Meskheti and he came before. 

As her last words left her mouth, her body slowly began to dissolve and a second later, she was gone... But her words remained..



Praise The Constellation of the Thigh (Big Dipper)
Human model was borrowed from deviantart Artist Marcus J. Ranum
Bear model was borrowed from deviantart Artist http://dkwynia.deviantart.com/ 

The constellation of the Thigh, is accepted by the general Egyptologist to be the constellation of the Great Bear also known as the Big Dipper and also known as Ursa Major.

Interesting Fact, The Constellation of the big dipper (inside the Great Bear) was known as fare back as to the time of the Pyramid builders, which is more than 4000 years old..

But like other cultures, their mythological stories created different appearances of their constellations.

In this case we have a Thigh  (looking like a thigh as well as being call by that name..) a very important thigh, yet still very unknown to modern Egyptologists. 

The mythology behind the constellation of the big dipper is as obscure as with other mythological stories that are connected to the cosmos.

So just so you understand this correctly, this eBook is NOT about the horoscopes as you generally know them, but it is about the specific constellation known as the Great Bear and the Big Dipper. 

I have collected as much information, that I have been able to find about the constellation from the time of the Pyramid builders to our modern day.

I would probably call this advanced ancient astronomy, which they also connected to astrology. 


In this eBook you are dropped right in the middle of a Valley filled with ancient knowledge.

This is not an ebook that can (nor can anyone) explain how the ancient cultures were so learned in the subject of reading the stars with only the eye sight, and some triangular tools. But by sensing the level they were at, we can presume that the tools could not have been called primitive. 

Another question that I can ask, would be, how do you make an astrolabe, and why and how did they calculated it to be exactly that? These are questions that we still lack a satisfying answer to, but we are getting closer, closer than we have ever been.

Mythological stories of the constellations form different cultures, and pictures from the tombs with the constellations. 

From those very obscure myths, we look closer at the constellation today, and see what we know. Then we compare them, and see if their idea's were that much of the mark. 


Did you know that one of the ancient Pyramid builders, actually named his Pyramid after a star?


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From NASA Youtube Channel.

I love science, as you will see in this e-book, as well as my other e-books. With that in mind, I thought it would be even more enlightening to see NASA's clip from this area in space. 

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope reveals a majestic disk of stars and dust lanes in this view of the spiral galaxy NGC 2841, which lies 46 million light-years away in the constellation of Ursa Major

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Ancient Egyptian Astronomy

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is very different from our modern day astronomy, but it was very vital for the ancient Egyptians belief system.



Ancient Egyptian astronomy was a very complex system which has survived for so long, that no one has come near to find any beginning of its creation. Where exactly Ancient  astronomy descends from is unknown, there are theories but nothing proven by archaeological finds.

"From the beginning there were the stars,
and when he said there should be light,
they alighted and were forever".


The old Pyramid builders are proven to be star worshippers, whereas the later Egyptians would come to change their belief purposely away from the stars. But they always mentioned them, as if they were unsure of which was right, so they kept the names and their beings.

Actually the later Egyptians could not root out the star worshippers from their ancient past, because their basic numeral system was build up by them.

The most important deity was the great lady Sirius, she was called Sopdet in ancient Egypt and she was the queen of the night heaven, the queen of the stars, Queen of the Decans.

The lady Sirius had a great husband who was the famous Orion, and his name was Sah in ancient Egypt, and he was one of the 36 Decans.

The old Pyramid builders believed that their soul would travel towards the pointed star, the pointed star is Sirius.

When a person was deceased, they believed that the soul automatically became a sister or brother to the stars, the greatest gods and goddess whom are below the greatest one, for it was universal.

Ancient Astronomy was seen like their writing system, a symbol system rather than a letter system.

The Greeks changed a lot, especially flipping genders and attributes of the gods and goddess. 


For instance in Ancient Greek mythology 
the earth was female and called Gaia, 
whereas in ancient Egyptian astronomy
 the earth was male and called Geb.

To read more about ancient astronomy simply click the below.

http://www.secret-of-anubis.com/





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The Stars

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List all Articles about the Stars in Ancient Egypt

The Star Portal

This is your main station for all the articles about ancient Egyptian astronomy and astrology, written by Karima Lachtane. Karima runs another blog too The History of Astrology, and she places a lot about ancient Egyptian astronomy there, where as this blog focus on many things from ancient Egypt, especially things which are rather peculiar if not mysterious.


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Names of The Decans

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Ancient astronomy was a deeply integrated part of the ancient Egyptian religion. 
Ancient Astronomy 
was the first religion ever believed in.

I one day made a promise, and here is the fulfilment of that promise :) - The Decans and their names (Greek version).


You gaze at them at night, they have been beside you always. Their wonders go beyond human comprehension, and the knowledge of them, is a mystery unknown to modern man. 


The 36 Decans are stars, to be exact 36 stars, which were important for the ancient Egyptian.


They are the birth stone of Ancient Astronomy in the land of Egypt.

What are the 36 Decans?


The 36 Decans, also known as 36 stars (the weekly stars), and they are an essential part of the ancient Egyptian mindset, they are key players in the passing of the soul, which is proven by the images found in the tombs. 


The best way to classify them, would be as gods and goddess. Those beings that have No choice but to follow a higher force. 

This is not something that I make up my dear friend, I do not know why no one really speaks more about it, their knowledge do go beyond anything we've ever seen or heard of. Some people are baffled by the Pyramids, but the words written on the walls should also baffle people, yet not so many really know what is says on the walls. 

Let me be the first to tell you, firstly they speak to the heart of the people, what we today would call politics, compromises, the reason for such building/temple to be built, and so on. 

But as you move inside the temple/building, do walk slow, and do think, if you are ever there (in any temple). 

You will walk from the light of day into chambers of darkness, be not frighten for this darkness contains no monsters, except if your soul is filled with sin. 

But even a sinner may walk this path, if they have a regretting heart. With out you knowing it, many of these Decans are watching you as you walk into their domain.

Their names and images portrayed right in front of you, yet you do not see them. 

But listen ye well, for I will only tell, this; They are only shown on one side of the Nile, on the other side, other things are mentioned, but still these are also to be found there (but indeed much harder to find).

Names of the 36 Decans

Tepa-Kenmut Kenmut,
Kher-khept-Kenmut, Ha-tchat,
Pehui-tchat, Themat-Hert,
Themat-Khert, Ustha,
Bekatha, Tepa-khentet,
Khentet-Hert, Khentet-Khert,
Themes-En-Khentet, Sapt-Khennu,
Her-Ab-Uaa, Shesmu,
Kenmu, Semtet,
Tepa-Semt, Sert,
Sasa-Sert, Kher-khept-Sert,
Khukhu, Baba,
Khent-Heru, Her-Ab-Khentu,
Qet, Sasaqet,
Art, Khau,
Remen-Heru-An-Sah, Mestcher-Sah,
Remen-Kher-Sah, A-Sah,
Sah, Septet,



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Names of The Decans By , January 1, 2011 Revealing the actual names of the 36 Decans, also known as the 36 stars of Ancient Egypt...
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By Karima Lachtane

Whales in ancient Egypt

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40 Million year old Whale Fossils found in Fayum, Egypt


This post actually belongs to the blog History of astrology, and yet it is probably best placed here, because it is about ancient Egypt. 

In the last two blog posts on my astro-blog, I was looking closer at the constellation known as Cetus, also known as the whale (whale fish). 

I did some further research on whales themselves, to see their ancient history, where I came across something rather interesting.


I have said a couple of times before, when you walk around in Egypt, you are actually walking on an ancient Sea bottom. 

Which is a fascinating thought, so off course there must exist ancient fossils of some kind.

I was looking through the Whales history, when I came to the mysterious creature known as Basilosaurus also known as the King Lizard

This whale lived around 40 million years ago, and it is the ancestor of most baleen whales of today (as fare as I can conclude). 

Another interesting fact about this creature, the Basilosaurus, descends from a land animal. 

This means that many million years ago this animal walked on land, and little by little it walked into the water, staying longer in the water each time. One day, today, this animal has become the great Blue whale, the biggest animal on earth.

In ancient days people would actually believe these creatures to be some sort of reptilian sea monster, which could have given birth to some very scary stories in mans beginning, when ever that was? (actually there are more evidence of man being around before some of the continents separated).

Back at the beginning of the 19 century an expedition went to the area known as Faiyum in Egypt, where they discovered ancient fossils of different creatures. This place was named the Valley of the Whales, because there were so many skeletons, like an ancient grave site. 

There were found 250 Basilosaurus skeletons, and some of them seem to have some interesting 'extra' parts...

When I visited Faiyum, , I went there to see one specific pyramid. In retrospect I find it rather interesting that a pyramid is build near this fossil area. 

And I could defiantly see how some people would create stories with great sea monsters, one must wonder what the ancient people thought when they saw such giant bones. 

Even more interesting is the fact that there is no real reproduction of such whales in the ancient Egyptian archive (of what has been found and to my knowledge). I do not believe that they did not know about these skeletons, this would be impossible, due to the fact that they worked and lived there. So why wasn't these animals depicted, could it be because they did not exist anymore? (extinct).



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Full Moon in ancient Egypt

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Full Moon in ancient Egypt

Behold the Eye of the Night, as one eye is closed another opens its heavenly light and gives light among the darkness.

She is the companion of his majesty the Sun, they are the true Romeo and Juliet, never being able to reach each other, the divine power has ruled it so. Like a ghostly figure she is forever doomed to be an earthly slave, the second place in our galaxy.
Full Moon in ancient Egypt by Karima
The picture above is said to be, The Udjat or Full Moon containing its 14 days.
In the Book 'From Fetish to God in ancient Egypt' by E.A. Wallis Budge.
Besides a sketch of the above picture, this was written:


"I am washed. I am washed. I am washed. I am washed. My purity(?) is the purity of the great BENU which is in Hensu. For I am that Nose of the Lord of the Winds (Thoth), who maketh all mankind to live, on the day of the filling of the UDJAT (Full Moon) in Annu in the second month of the season of PERT, the last day [In the presence of the Lord of this land]. I have seen the fullness of the UDJAT (Full Moon) in Annu. Evil shall not happen to me in this land, in the Hall of MATTI, because I know the Names of these gods who are therein [who are the followers of the Great God]. "

I located This engraving upon a temple ceiling, I almost broke my back trying to hold the camera still in a bent backwards position. I could not see all the details in the picture, only when I got home and saw the picture in full. When I got to look at the picture at home I noticed something. 

In the Eye-ball itself, it looks as if there is a small body of some sort, most probably a young boy with his finger in his mouth (A very famous scene of ancient days). I have made some close ups of the eye itself, as you can see. Actually it also looks as if a goat like creature is coming riding into the picture, from the below corner where the Anubis creatures stand.

On the engraving is a big ball with an Eye and 14 small bodies in it, are placed on a boat. In the boat some of the Gods and Goddess are seen, the preserved side is where you see the rudders, it Looks like either Ra or Ra-Herakhty (in his Falcon headed form) standing in front of the ball (probably representing the Full Moon itself).

You should see the above engraving like this:
The Moon traveling over the dark blue celestial water abyss, protected by Gods and Goddess, who will fight the battle to return yet another day. Like keeping time a float.

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The Winter Triangle

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Not everyone knows about the winter triangle, but it has been recognized since before our ancestors time. Three points in the deep heavens, that connects three stars.

The Secret of Anubis
Because one of my obsessions is the religion of ancient Egypt, I find these three points very interesting. 

I also feel like it is a defiantly proof of the supreme knowledge that the ancient people had. And it seems rather tragic comedy-like, that these things exist before our eyes, but we have forgotten about it.

The three points that make up the winter triangle are,
The famous Sirius, and the star Betelgeuse, and last but not least the star Procyon. 

Furthermore each of these stars are located in three different constellations, hereby also connecting three big constellations to each other.

Sirius,

is located in the nose of the great dog constellation, which is also known as Canis Major.

Betelgeuse,

is the star that marks the shoulder of the great hunter Orion.

Procyon,

is the heart of the constellation Canis Minor, also known as the Lesser dog.

These three stars and constellations have a direct link to the ancient Egyptian belief system. Orion and Sirius are identified in the oldest document surviving from this culture, namely known as the Pyramid texts.


The location of these three constellations, is even more interesting.


• The ancient people believed that Sirius was the Queen of 36 stars known as the Decan's, she was also known under the name of 'year'. And when she rose over the life giving Nile, she would mark the beginning of a New Year (the same as our New Years eve).


• Orion was seen as the husband of Sirius, and he was one of the 36 stars under her, Orion was known as 'Sah' in those ancient days.


Considering that Sirius and Orion was seen as husband and wife, makes the location of these two constellation even more interesting.

The winter triangle is located in our galaxy's most beautiful place, across the milky way.
One star is located on one side of the milky way, and the two other stars are placed on the other side. It is Sirius and Orion that are placed besides each other on one side of the Milky way, husband and wife.

The last star of the winter triangle, Procyon, is a little bit harder to place.


The book The Secret of Anubis, The Winter Triangle follows a logical path, both through ancient texts, as well as images and illustrations through our history. 


It follows the path of exclusion, by excluding what is known, we automatically become aware of what is not known. 

Meanwhile using the exclusion method to reach the winter triangle's last star, the reader will be introduced to the complex nature of the ancient Egyptian's mindset, and how complex their writing system really is. 

The zodiac circle from Dendara temple (now at the Louver museum in Paris) is closely analyzed and reveals the planets and the zodiac signs themselves, as we see them today. 

By being aware of these points, we can narrow in on the most logical and probable location of the North star Procyon.

Hereby making us able to see the winter triangle's location upon the Dendara zodiac chart, meanwhile finding these points of the triangle, the reader will be introduced to ancient Egyptian mythology, and see how the old star maps, have changed through our history.



Resource,
The secret of Anubis, the winter triangle ISBN 87-991527-9-7

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The Decans

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Let’s just skip into the very depth of ancient Egyptian religion, we grab into the Lords abyss, where we reach out and grab 

‘The Decans’. - Heard of them? 

They are stars but much more than that, their complexity is more entangled than their great monuments. 

Each night you can find them, at each side of everyone, upon this earth. They are only revealed at the most holy of places, at our material death. They are guarded by many demons and other gods, that are all called ‘The Doorkeepers.’ 

Only in the Valley of the Kings, will you see them in their right light, only there in the deep desert sand, will the stars be revealed on to you. 

 The ancient Egyptians believed in the Sun, or rather the movement of the Sun and other planets such as our famous Sirius. But they recognized more planets than that. 

Actually they recognized the exact same essential planets which we so often use in our modern astrology readings. 

Some Basic about ancient Egyptians: 

They also divided the day-hours much like we still do - 24 hours a day. RA - The Sun is the Day, and there are 12 light hours of the day. SETH - The Moon is the night, and there are 12 night/dark hours of the day.
The Decans are the stars that are bound by the five(5) gods birthdays, and together they create the 365 days a year.

One week is made up by 10 days, making a year; 36 x 10 = 360 days; Then the ancient celebrated 5 Gods birthdays, by giving them a day each; which makes; 36 decans x 10 days + 5 days = 365 days a year.

The Decans could be seen as 36 weekly stars that the ancient would take notice of. The famous Sirius is the ‘Queen of the Decans’ and she marked the beginning of a new year. The planets were called ‘The stars that know no rest’ and referred to the five planets; 

Mercury – the star of Seth/or a form of Seth. 
Venus – star of the morning/ the one who crosses’ or ‘God of the morning’. 
Mars – Horus the red/ Horus of the horizon. 
Jupiter – Traveling star/ Horus who limits the two lands/ Horus star of the South. 
Saturn – Horus the bull/ Bull of the heavens. This post can also be found at ‘The history of Astrology’, because it belongs to both. 

 References: ‘The Secret of Anubis; The Winter Triangle’ ISBN 87-991527-9-7

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