Harikulesa mandala – Engonasin – Ingeniculus – Nisus/Nixus – Al Jatha, the kneeler. Forms 3 lotuses. Hercules the constellation.
Alpha – Ras Algethi (head of the kneeling one).
Beta – Kornephoros (club-bearer) – Rutilicus, little spade.
Delta – Sarin.
Kappa – Maasim (wrist).
Xi – Marfik.
Omega – Cujam (club).
Stars at Sidereal Zodiac Degree
– Kappa Hercules. The right elbow of Hercules.
– Beta Hercules. Also known as the ‘glittering’. The club bearer, or little spade. In the left shoulder of a kneeling Hercules.
– Omega Hercules. The club in the hand of Hercules.
– Delta Hercules. – The left shoulder of Hercules.
– Alpha Hercules. The head of Hercules. This is Hercules. In the Indian pantheon, Hercules makes 3 Lotuses called Harikulesvara.
– Lambda Hercules. The wrist (of the innocent one).
Corona Borealis constellation
Uttar Kirita mandala – The northern crown – Alfekka, the broken dish – Dervish’s dish.
Alpha – Alphecca – Gemma – broken ring of stars – a gem – Clava Coronae, the key of the crown – Al Kāsā, the dervish’s dish.
Beta – Nusakan (the two).
– Alpha Corona Borealis. – Dervish’s dish. Also known as Gemma, the holy shining point that is the centre of the crown and its spirit. Corona Borealis is the broken crown of kings, also called Panchajanya in Indian pantheon.
– Beta Corona Borealis. The pauper’s bowl, in the northern crown of the constellation. Associated to the begging bowl of fakirs, mystic and the fool in old world tarot cards.
Sarpa mandala – Serpens Ophiuchi – The snake.
Alpha – Unukalhai (neck of the snake).
Beta – Chow (imperial dynasty).
Theta – Alya (thick tail).
– Alpha Serpens. The Serpent’s heart. This is the same snake depicted in medicinal healing and caduceuses, and inferred as the kundalini snake.
– Theta Serpens. The thick tail of the Serpent.
A coat of quotes and passing poetry
Thou art hidden from us, though the heavens are filled With Thy Light, which is brighter than sun and moon !
Thou art hidden, yet revealest our hidden secrets !
Thou art the Source that causes our rivers to flow.
Thou art hidden in Thy essence, but seen by Thy bounties.
Thou art like the water, and we like the mill- stone.
Thou art like the wind, and we like the dust ; The wind is unseen, but the dust is seen by all. Thou art the Spring, and we the sweet green garden ;
Spring is not seen, though its gifts are seen. Thou art as the Soul, we as hand and foot ; Soul instructs hand and foot to hold and take.
Thou art as Reason, we like the tongue ; 'Tis reason that teaches the tongue to speak.
Thou art as Joy, and we are laughing ;
The laughter is the consequence of the joy.
Our every motion every moment testifies.
For it proves the presence of the Everlasting God."
Everlasting God | Rumi