A los hombres...

(Sol, Venus y Luna de ellos)

Aries les gusta una mujer segura

Tauro les gusta una mujer estable

Géminis les gusta una mujer conversadora

Cáncer les gusta una mujer dulce

Leo les gusta una mujer que llame la atención

Virgo les gusta una mujer organizada

Libra les gusta una mujer amigable

Escorpio les gusta una mujer misteriosa

Sagitario les gusta una mujer descomplicada

Capricornio les gusta una mujer responsable

Acuario les gusta una mujer diferente a las demás

Piscis les gusta una mujer soñadora

The Magic Square of the Sun - 666.

Note first the significance of the Babylonians using the Sexagesimal (base-60) number system from which comes 60 minutes in an hour, 60 seconds in a minute, 360 (60×6) degrees in a circle and 60 degrees in each angle of an equilateral triangle. 360 divided by 10 = 36 and 6 * 6 = 36. From this came the number 666.

Babylon worshiped gods that were associated with the sun, moon, planets and stars involved with astrology. Babylonians were the principle developers of astrology and the pagan priests wore amulets called “Sigilla Solis” or “Sun Seal” which symbolized 36 constellations. In this system of worship, they had 36 supreme gods plus the god associated with the sun, which they believed to be the father of all the other gods. They did this by counting their gods and assigning a consecutive number to each of the 36 lesser supreme gods, and then added up these numbers (from 1 to 36) and assigned the sum to the sun god. The sum of the numbers from 1 to 36 totals 666. However, they feared their gods as they believed they were primarily evil, so they made amulets with a 6 x 6 matrix with 1 through 36 on them which are called numeric matrixes Magic square today. The design of the amulets was to protect them from a god, so the amulets had to be as powerful as possible. In order to increase its power, they arranged these numbers hat the sum of any given row, column or diagonal is 111, and therefore the sum of all six rows or all six columns was 666. This was supposed to provide extra protection since this god’s sum was present on the amulet.  

The ancients claimed that God works by mathematics. Ancient astrology divided the starry heavens into 36 constellations. These were represented by different amulets called “Sigilla Solis,” or the sun seals. These amulets were worn by the pagan priests, and they contained all the numbers from 1 to 36. Also, Babylonians divided each of the 12 houses in the zodiac into three rooms, making 36 in all. They then divided the entire remainder of the sky into 36 constellations, and appointed the ruling god of each constellation to rule over one of the 36 rooms of the zodiac. Since the spirits of the departed were believed to go to and dwell in the stars, there was therefore not a spirit in the heavens, not a star in the sky which was not represented in the 36 rooms of the zodiac, and to swear by the number 36 was to swear by every god in the heavens above, as well as by all the spirits of the departed. The 36 gods were called decans because each ruled over 10 degrees of the zodiacal circle and over 10 days of the 360-day year. The seven planets or the 7-headed astrological dragon ruled over the 36 decans.  It was natural and inevitable that since the summary number of the numbers from 1-36 is 666, this number (called ‘the Grand Number of the Sun), should have been assigned to the sun-god as the cosmic god who not only ruled over all the other gods but also was their heavenly parent. Herein lies the reason for the 'Solar Seals’ in use before the time of Christ as amulets to ward off any evil that might come from the 36 decans.


Inspired by mine and @burn-gormans-eyelashes‘s prehistoric AU.

This is the real Sol. He visits the Earth during the night, wearing only a cloak made from the stars and sky but he tends to get lost. If you see him, you must help him find his way back home so the sun can rise again in the morning.

Don’t mind me, this is just a quick thing to keep my mind occupied so I don’t think about my doctor’s appointment.