Gravura do XVI mostrando Ptolomeu sebdo guiado pela musa da Astronomia; REISCH, Gregor; 1508
Hipparchus (c.190-c.120 BC), Ancient Greek astronomer, at the Alexandria Observatory, Egypt. At left is the armillary sphere he invented. Hipparchus is considered one of the greatest astronomers of antiquity. He calculated the length of the year and discovered the precession of the equinoxes. It is thought that the later work of Ptolemy was based on the work done by Hipparchus.
While updating the file about planet Mercury, I discovered the Babylonians called it Nabu (sounds a lot like Nibiru) after the messenger to the gods in their mythology. Nabu is the Assyrian and Babylonian god of wisdom and writing (Thoth in Egypt). Nabu was worshipped by Babylonians as the son of Marduk - (mythological Sumerian Gods who created this reality). There is a connection here between the epitome of events (closing) of our program and Mercury. Many people await the return of Nibiru…
ptolemy | Claudius Ptolemy (Ptolomeus in Latin) observing a huge armillary ...
Planning the Horoscope Chart - The actual drawing of a horoscope is very simple in theory, but carries a variety of complex calculations. The horoscope chart can be considered a two-dimensional snapshot of a four-dimensional concept—because the horoscope is meant to not only track the locations of the planets in space, READ MORE - http://www.horoscopeyearly.com/planning-the-horoscope-chart/
John Wilkins ~ The Discovery of a World in the Moone. Or, A Discovrse Tending To Prove That ‘Tis Probable There May Be Another Habitable World In That Planet (1638).
Born on 15 February 1564, in Tuscany, Italy, Galileo Galilei is considered “the Father of Modern Science”, “the father of science”, the father of physics” or “father of modern observational astronomy”. He was a physicist, mathematician, astronomer, and philosopher, that supported Copernicanism, discovered the importance of acceleration, and established the law of parabolic motion.
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Astronomy of Mesopotamia: Sumeria, Babylon, and Assyria