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India doctors remove 232 teeth from boy's mouth

The heavens declare the glory of god;
and the firmament sheweth his handiwork.
Day unto day uttereth speech,
and night unto night sheweth knowledge.
- Psalm,19:1-2

Doctors in India have extracted 232 teeth from the mouth of a 17-year-old boy in a seven-hour operation. Ashik Gavai was brought in with a swelling in his right jaw, Dr Sunanda Dhiware, head of Mumbai's JJ Hospital's dental department, told the BBC.  The teenager had been suffering for 18 months and travelled to the city from his village after local doctors failed to identify the cause of the problem. Doctors have described his condition as "very rare" and "a world record". BBC, July 23

The night sky, with its eternal fixed stars and majestic constellations is the ancient root of all astrology and the deepest source of the creation myths of humankind. Long before there were horoscopes, dedicated priest-astrologers of virtually every ancient civilization  patiently and with great care observed and analyzed sky-patterns and related them to mundane phenomena of earth, sea, air and humankind [1].

To understand this news, we begin by looking at the Solar Eclipse of April 29, 2014 [9ta] that took place conjunct the star Alpha (α) Aries, Hamal,[8ta] - a yellow star in the Ram’s head. On the Ascendant [29cn] are M82,Tau and 16 Ursae Majoris behind Big Bear’s ear, in and under the head.  On the Descendant [29aq] is  25 Aquari in the Water Pourer’s head. On the IC[25li] is Nekkar, beta Bootis in the Herdsman’s head. With so many references to the head it is not surprising that we are hearing news about a major dental operation. However, progressing the chart to July 23, the date of the news brings the Pluto-Uranus related Grand Cross onto the angles. The Pluto-Uranus element is associated with scientific or technical breakthroughs. But more surprising is the number of references to the head in the stars on the progressed angles!

Theta Columba, in Dove’s head
V616 Monocerotis, under Unicorn’s head
Sigma1649 Camelopardalis, in Giraffe’s head
Theta Canis Majoris, in  Dog’s head
Lambda Cephei, in King’s head
Aldhi’bain, eta Draconis, behind Dragon’s jaw
Alpha Corvi, on Crow’s head
Manubriam, omicron Sagittari, in Archer’s head

[1] Secrets of the Ancient Skies; Diana K. Rosenberg (v.1)