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In the year of the dragon. Where is the dragon's tomb? (Continuation of the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel))

Vasily Beregovoi • Drawings and illustrations, 2024
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Subject and objects: Literary scene
Technique: Pencil
Materials: Paper
Date of creation: 2024
Region: Luts'k
Location: Vasily Beregovoi

Description of the artwork «In the year of the dragon. Where is the dragon's tomb? (Continuation of the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel))»

On the star chart from Dender, the constellation of the Dragon is depicted as Seth holding in his hand a triangular sword with the point of the sword pointing slightly obliquely downward. This "triangular sword" is two stars not included in the constellation of the Dragon, but which together with the star epsilon of the Dragon and the star ending the body of the Dragon, make up the same characteristic triangle on which it is easy to determine that this is the constellation of the Dragon. By this triangle of stars it was determined almost erased constellation of the Dragon in the mound of Kitora. The direction of the Dragon's head on the star chart from Dender corresponds to that depicted on the "Composition of signs in the form of a "coat of arms". Handwriting impression print. Approx. 3.5 cm x 3.5 cm . State Museum, Bhopal", only difference is that in Dender instead of the Dragon's neck the hand of Seth is represented. And, of course, the direction of the Dragon's head does not correspond to this direction in the Kitora mound, where the Dragon's head is directed downwards. But as in the star chart from the mound of Kitora in the star chart from Dender there is no central star - Polaris. There is no star in the center of their concentric circles. And the Little Bear where Polaris is now in the star chart in Dender is represented as the leg of a cow. Another difference between the star maps of Kitora Mound and Dendera in the location of the constellation of the Dragon, although there and there the constellation of the Dragon is located in the central of the three concentric circles, but in Dendera closer to the left edge, and in Kitora Mound closer to the left top. Why is the Dragon "evil and hornless" in the form of Seth and not the "good horned" Hathor in Dendera? He suggested that it had to do with the Dragon's epsilon star, which "may have a second ascension." Perhaps, he suggested, there is also an ancient Egyptian star chart on which the constellation of the Dragon is represented as Hathor. Since the "good and evil" dragon is connected with the behavior of the star epsilon of the Dragon, hence, he suggested, the two-headedness of the dragon, and later the multi-headedness. Incidentally, looking up information about the tombs at Dendera, he saw, "Egyptologists have found a smiling mini sphinx,.... The limestone sphinx with a "smiling face and two dimples" is believed to symbolize the Roman Emperor Claudius. It is much smaller than the famous sphinx in the pyramids of Giza, which is 20 meters high. The artifacts were found in a two-level tomb in the temple of Dendera in Qena province, 450 km south of the capital Cairo. 12 Mar. 2023", - he was amused by the comparison of the Sphinx with Emperor Claudius, the same finding in Dendera once again confirmed his assumption that the Sphinx is the image or as they would say in ancient Egypt - "ka" Hathor - horned Dragon (虬龍 kyu:ryu:) - the constellation of the Dragon. Or maybe he is wrong, and the tomb of the first dragon, and therefore the beginning of the civilization of the constellation Dragon should be sought in China? The path of investigation continued.

Continuation follows. Beregovoy V.I. "In the Year of the Dragon. Where is the Tomb of the Dragon?"
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