Aquarius constellation – Kumbha mandala – the water carrier – Burj Ad Dalu – Hudrochoos – water pourer.
Alpha – Sadal Melik (Fortunate star of the king).
Beta – Sadal Suud – Saidalmasud (Fortunate star of fortune).
Gamma – Skat – Scheat – Sak – Sakib – shin/leg/to pour.
Epsilon – Ancha (hip-bone) – Hanche – Haunch.
Chi – Situla (water jar).
Asterisms in Aquarius
Nakshatra Satatāraka or Satabhishā, the 24th nakshatra. Consists of a 100 stars in the form of a circle.
El Sa’ad el Bulah – Lucky star of the swallower. Mu and Nu of Aquarius. The 23rd Arabic moon station.
El Sa’ad el Sud – Lucky star of fortune. Beta and Xi of Aquarius. The 24th Arabic star mansion.
El Sa’ad el Akbir – Lucky star of tents. Gamma, Eta and Zeta of Aquarius. The 25th Arabic star asterism.
Stars with Sidereal Zodiac Degree
– Epsilon Aquarius. The Discoverer. Swallower or digester. Part of the Arabic 21st manzil, Al Sa’d al Bula’, Good Fortune of the Swallower. Also Mantile, and Goat-fish.
– Beta Aquarius. Star of the mighty destiny. Fortune star of the fortunate one. Also written as Kalpané in obscure Indian texts. In the left shoulder of the water bearer.
– Theta Aquarius. The hip of the water bearer. Also called Haunch, as in hunch, back.
– Alpha Aquarius. Fortunate Star of the King. On the right shoulder of the Water bearer. The Star of Giants before.
– Gamma Aquarius. – The lucky star of lost things. Also sometimes called the lucky or felicity star of tents. On the Jug poured from by the water bearer.
– Delta Aquarius. The star of foundation. Means leg. Also the wishing star. Associated with luck, or ‘a wish’. Collectively with other lucky stars makes asterism called Apin, the channel. Inversely, to pour.
– Kappa Aquarius. The ornamental Water Jug, used by Aquarius to collect and share the waters of heaven.
Pisces Australis constellation
Dakshina mina mandala – Mahāmina mandala – Pisces major – Dhifda al Awla (first frog).
Moon-fish pointing to the east.
Alpha – Fomalhaut – Matsyamukha – mouth of the fish.
Beta – Dhifda al Tania, of the whale.
– Alpha Pisces Australis. Watcher of the South. The mouth of the fish, Matyamukha, in the Indian pantheon. Among the Guardians of heaven.
– Alpha Grus. The bright one. In the fish’s tail, or the Crane’s feathers. Reference to mythical alphabets and occult disciplines.
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