Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Ancient city is unearthed by archaeologists in Egypt

Archaeologists in Egypt have unearthed what they describe as a city that dates back more than 7,000 years, containing houses, tools, pottery and huge graves. It lies by the river Nile, close to the Temple of Seti the First in Abydos. Experts say the size of the 15 newly discovered graves indicates the high social standing of those buried. It is believed the city was home to important officials and tomb builders and would have flourished during early-era ancient Egyptian times. Nov.24

The discovery of the ancient city was first reported in the Egypt Independent on November 23, just three days after Neptune stationed to go direct. A chart for the event has Neptune on the IC or the 4th house cusp.

In a mundane chart, the 4th house [1] rules buildings, towns and cities including all that buried below the earth.  The 4th house through its association with the end of life  also rules tombs and graves.  
But in addition Neptune [9pi] is part of the Arabic lunar mansion Sa’d al-Akhbiyah – the Luck of Hidden Things. Dr. Eric Morse writes that it  indicates the ability to discover that which is hidden or lost. 

With this combination, it should be no surprise that a lost city has been discovered at the Neptune station.

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