Secrets of Ancient Egypt: Constellation of the Big Dipper
Secret of Anubis - Ancient Astronomy
By WindBlowerTM

Constellation of the Big Dipper

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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 

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?

So if you would like to see how the constellations looked in ancient Egypt, then this is the perfect book for you. 

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This eBook Contains

The Thigh in Ancient Egypt
Ancient Texts about the Thigh constellation
Pyramid text
  Book of the Dead
  Coffin Text
Ursa Major in Ancient Greece
          Visual differences
Big Dipper in Modern days
          The Scientific Mind
  • Conclusion
  • Recourses


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Constellation of the Thigh
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Constellation of the Great Bear
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It is time that you discovered what is right above your head, and be Enlightened by the inspiring universe itself.

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


  1. Though I don't see much stars when I'm in the city, but when I do get a chance to see them all glowing above me, I cherish it. And I haven't seen a big dipper ever., or I just don't know where to look?

  2. Dear Shirley,

    I am in a city area too, but thankfully it is considered a small town, so there is not all the smog one get in the big cities.

    I bet you have seen the Big Dipper, and you didn't know it ;) Here in Denmark that constellation is also known as Karlsvognen. It is probably the easiest constellation to recognize a long side Orion.