Constellations Spirits

The Greeks referred to the constellations as katasterismoi. Of these, twelve whose rising intersected the sun's at dawn were known as the zodiakos (zodiac) or zodiakos kyrklos (translated as "circle of little animals").

The constellations, described and depicted in Greek mythology, were heroes and beasts who received a place in the heavens in memorial of their deeds as determined by the gods.

The constellations, regarded as semi-divine spirits, who were living concious entities who made their journey across the heavens were identified as follows:

Constellations Spirit(s)

 Gemini  The Dioscuri


“Mythology: the body of a primitive people's beliefs, concerning its origin, early history, heroes, deities and so forth, as distinguished from the true accounts which it invents later.” 
-- Ambrose Bierce

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"It is the part of men to fear and tremble when the most mighty gods by tokens send such dreadful heralds to astonish us."
-- William Shakespeare 

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“A one sentence definition of mythology? "Mythology" is what we call someone else's religion” 
-- Joseph Campbell


"In all the antique religions, Mythology takes the place of dogma."
-- William Robertson Smith

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"I have recently been examining all the known superstitions of the world and do not find in our particular superstition (Christianity) one redeeming feature. They are all alike, founded on fables and Mythology."
-- Thomas Jefferson

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"A myth is an image in terms of which we try to make sense of the world."
-- Alan Watts

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"I believe that imagination is stronger than knowledge... myth is more potent than history... dreams are more powerful than facts... hope always triumphs over experience... laughter is the cure for grief... and love is stronger than death."
-- Robert Fulghum