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Taurus 2000 Conjunction
By Steve Young, April 2000
During the first week in June of this year a major planetary conjunction will occur in the constellation of Taurus, (the Bull).
On June 2nd the moon passes below, (south) of the solar position so that at noon their positions relative to the constellation lines of Taurus' occur as depicted at right.
A conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn occurs every 20 years
A Jupiter-Saturn conjunction occurs opposite the Sun on average every 300 years.
A Jupiter / Saturn / Solar con-junction, in the constellation of Taurus, then occurs on average only once every 3600 years.
In researching the hypothesis that the "Great Ennead", mentioned in Ancient Egyptian writings, was reference to a 'grand' astronomical conjunction in our present age, I discovered a marked correlation between the 'Taurus 2000 Conjunction' and the interior design of the Great Pyramid.
From its intended eastern vantage, the cross-section of the Great Pyramid's corridors has several points of similarity to the constellation lines of Taurus.
Moreover, the location of its chambers correlate to the position of the sun, moon and planets with the constellation lines of Taurus, at this particular time and location.
Did the Ancient Egyptians believe some event of great import may occur at this time? If so, what could it be?
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