Leo’s Bright Star Regulus Flies like Bullet
Shining brightly in the constellation Leo is a fast-spinning star that shoots through the cosmos like an extra-wide bullet, perplexing astronomers as it moves through space in the same direction as its polar axis.
Researchers have long known that Regulus, the brightest star in Leo, spins much faster than the Sun, but new observations with an array of telescopes pinned down the star’s odd motion and a host of other characteristics.
biblical symbolism, Regulus is the Star of the Messiah. It is located directly between the feet of the Lion in the constellation of Leo. Moses even prophesied that Judah (the Lion) would have a “lawgiver from [ruling staff] between his feet until Shiloh come
On August 21-22, a solar eclipse takes place immediately in front of the star Regulus, the “Lion’s Heart”. This corresponds to the “doorway” between the paws of the Sphinx. Edgar Cayce cryptically spoke, “the line of shadow falls between
you might try to get your facts straight before spouting nonsense.
there are 2 solar eclipses in 2012. the first on May 20th (annular) and the second on November 13th (total). the path of neither eclipse goes over Egypt.
there is an eclipse this year on August 1st. the path of this eclipse goes over northern Canada, the Arctic, Russia, Mongolia, and China.
by: Magick Kitty
on: 21st April 08