They believed that the positions of stars and planets affected people’s lives, and many buildings, including pyramids, which are precisely oriented towards the stars, are witnesses to that. Greek and Roman astronomers later used their 365-day calendar, which is the basis of today’s world calendar.
These people were so dedicated to astronomy that every child at birth would receive their map of the sky, which revealed their personality and destiny. Their horoscope, which is probably the oldest in the world, is also divided into 12 signs, and each of the signs is ruled by one god.
Amon-Ra (April 26 to May 25)
Amon-Ra is the union of two great gods, who so united represent the universal god of the Sun, building and creation. Children born under his rule are most often translators in their departments, presidents of the class community, captains of sports teams, and when they grow up they become leaders, movers and live life as a mission they must accomplish. You will recognize them in professors, teachers, athletes and politicians. Their plant is sage, the flower is Pushkin, the tree is oak, the animal is ram, and the precious stone is turquoise.
Hathor (May 26-June 24)
Hathor is the goddess of heaven, ancient, foreign lands, goddess of women, motherhood, music, drunkenness and festivities. People born under her rule are characterized by empathy, caring, sensitivity, affection. Their emotions are deep and sincere. They know how to be possessive in love, but they are good friends. You will recognize them in painters, actors, pharmacists, media-related occupations. Their plant is fennel, bitter gourd flower, elm tree, animal cow, and precious stone jasper.
Benu (June 25-July 24)
Benu or Phoenix is the god of calendars, time and resurrection. Its symbol is a sacred bird born from its ashes. People born under his rule are known for their eternal optimism, even in difficult times. They know how to take a hit and adapt quickly. They know how to motivate, comfort and encourage. You will recognize them in miners, bankers and other occupations whose integral part is risk. Their plant is nutmeg, their flower is narcissus, alder tree, animal menorah, and precious stone amber.