Thursday, 13 October 2016

Newly discovered fossils suggest 'unicorns' were real

Monoceros - the Unicorn, the "One Horned"

Turns out, unicorns are not mystical fairy tale creatures, and scientists have the fossils to prove it.  We should point out first, however, that real unicorns are not pretty horses with wings and horns. No, the real unicorn, known as Elasmotherium sibiricum, looked more like a hairy rhinoceros than a beautiful stallion. Unlike modern day rhinos, however, this one had a giant horn. Oct.13

The lead researcher of the paper published this month in the American Journal of Applied Sciences is Andrei Valerievich Shpansky, from Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia.  Presented here is the October New Moon chart drawn for Tomsk.  Notice that the New Moon is placed significantly on the Ascendant and the apex of a T-square. Pluto is on the IC or 4th cusp which refers to things hidden under the earth [1], a perfect combination for archaeological discoveries.  On the MC is  the TNP Hades which once again refers to the past.  Here the MC and Hades are conjunct the star V616 Monocerotis, under the Unicorn’s head!

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