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Cygnus is a northern constellation lying on the plane of the Milky Way, deriving its name from the Latinized Greek word for swan.[1] Cygnus is one of the most recognizable constellations of the northern summer and autumn, and it features a prominent asterism known as the Northern Cross (in contrast to the Southern Cross). Cygnus was among the 48 constellations listed by the 2nd century astronomer Ptolemy, and it remains one of the 88 modern constellations.

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In Chinese astronomy, the Milky Way was visualized as a celestial river, Tianhe. Deneb and eight stars in the wings of Cygnus, including Gamma, Delta, and Epsilon Cygni, were known as Tianjin, a ford or bridge across the river. The river appeared to be shallower in this region because, as we now know, a dark cloud of dust called the Cygnus Rift obscures light from the stars behind.

Four stars in northern Cygnus centred on Iota Cygni formed Xizhong, named after a legendary charioteer said to be the inventor of the horse-drawn carriage – perhaps the Chinese equivalent of Auriga.

Seven stars in Cygnus and Lacerta formed Chefu, a marshalling yard for chariots, but there is no consistency between sources as to which stars were involved; in fact, Sun and Kistemaker restrict Chefu to Cygnus alone. Crossing the opposite border from Lyra into Cygnus was a line of five stars ending with 4 and 8 Cygni that formed Niandao, a route between royal palaces.

Surprisingly, Beta Cygni (Albireo) and the other stars in the neck of Cygnus were not incorporated into any Chinese constellations.

Heavy day of info
Noting the bridge is like the parting of the sea, it will fall behind the footsteps meant to cross, following isn’t recommended lol
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78042674

The blood of earth is often the term utilized for water. In the olden days, people knew to survive they had to intimately know the sources of water becoming masters at finding water to where there was no separation between themselves and the environment they moved through. The reverence of water was shown as knowing how easily it can be polluted. All life depends on water. Water is very heavy to carry so many had to live beside it or make channels to where they desired or dug wells and cisterns to bring out water or let water in. Any person knows the smallest act of affirmation of caring makes a difference.
-Tom brown info

Water clocks night clock
Sun clock s day clock

The sun in the sky was often referred as the big fire in the sky.
Even now, fire is represented in churches by the way of incense and candles used. Fires tie people to the primal past and in present day. The uses are endless; water purification, cooking, toolmaking, hides, pottery, medicinal, warmth, etc back in very old days was used for protection. Ward off predators, drive game towards hunting parties, or off cliffs. It is the element that brought us out of darkness and into the light.
-Tom brown info
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77898782

Math is very limited in its measuring.
Similar to feeding a cow grain rather than its natural food and the byproducts produced. Butterfly effects of altering a natural environment from a thriving wild environment into a lab of domesticated effects.
Disease arises because man interjects and then it interjects man. It is the ignorance of short term mentality for quick benefits never understanding the nature of anything. If one cannot do a blind test say with water. And pinpoint the exact location where the water came from down to the bend in the stream, even tricked water from multiple sources. Then is a poor agriculturalist and consequences become huge.

Hunter gatherers feel awkward on this topic.
Occult/magic and science is shameful on the split forwards and backwards advance of hindered technology.
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