I've just posted a new video entitled "Seeing the Star Myths: Capricorn, Aquarius and the Southern Fish."
This is the fifth in a series of videos aimed at improving our "constellational literacy." Most men and women have a difficult time seeing the connections between the myths and the stars (or even understanding what I mean when I say that the world's ancient myths and scriptures are based on a system of celestial metaphor) because most people cannot actually draw out the shapes of the major constellations or even envision in their minds, due to the general obscuration of the system of outlining the constellations that was used by the ancient sages who gave these myths to humanity.
In this video, we examine some extremely mythologically-important constellations, and discuss their relation to a few ancient myths -- including the story of "Doubting Thomas," which was explored in some detail in previous blog posts including:
This is the fifth video in the "Seeing the Star Myths" series. Previous videos are linked below:
Please feel free to leave feedback and to share the videos with those who might find them helpful, and I hope they will help you to confidently locate Capricorn, Aquarius and the Southern Fish in the night sky for yourself -- perhaps for the first time!