The Summer Triangle (an apparent triangulation or stars) is a unique occurrence in the sky, visible from Early to mid April-September/October….. In Galactic Time, this would be The Planetary Moon of Manifestation through The Self-Existing Moon of Form….. Note that the excerpt is from a source who still uses the Gregorian timekeeping system. In these posts, I will try to transcribe this information to the 13:20 natura timing frequency so that we can further understand the overlap/relationship
These excerpts come from EarthSky.com - a daily source for happenings in the sky.
“We’ve recently seen Orion’s return to the east before dawn, which means our northern summer is beginning to draw to a close. But the Summer Triangle asterism still rules the skies. It pops out first thing at nightfall and climbs up highest for the night at late evening. From mid-northern latitudes, Vega – the Summer Triangle’s brightest star – shines high overhead around 10 p.m. local daylight saving time (9 p.m. local standard time). Altair resides to the southeast (lower left) of Vega, and Deneb lies to Vega’s east (left).
The Summer Triangle is not a constellation. It is three bright stars in three different constellations, as the wonderful photo below – by Susan Jensen in Odessa, Washington – shows.
As the stars drift westward during the night, Deneb will swing upward to replace Vega as the overhead star some two hours later. *Of course, the stars aren’t really moving. It’s the Earth’s rotation that causes the stars to move westward during the night, and the sun to go westward during the day.”
*(FOR CLARIFICATION HERE - OVER A NIGHTS CYCLE, THE STAR DENEB APPEARS TO CHANGE POSITION IN THE TRIANGLE..STARS DO INDEED MOVE, VERY SLOWLY FROM OUR FIXED POINT ON EARTH - A POINT THAT WE WILL DISCUSS IN A LATER POST!)
This is one of many occurrences happening in ‘natural time’ that we have the opportunity to observe for ourselves. On a more cosmic level, the Summer Triangle is one of my favorite asterisms (cluster of stars), because it features the constellation Lyra. In the constellation of Lyra is M57, “Ring Nebula” AKA “The Prism of Lyra”, and my soul star ‘Vega’... Vega is the 4th brightest star in the night sky. This 0.0 magnitude star is a pale blue giant - the source of the Vegan-Lyran cosmic star nation, home to many service-to-other-self Draconian hybrids… For me it is an activation portal, a visible reminder that I can always look up to the stars to remember my Cosmic Origins. I have been connected to this star for many many lives, and this life is no different. My kindergarten friend was also a soul from Vega who reminded me of our galactic origins at a very young age. I have communed with the elders of this star nation and neighboring systems several times in my subtle reality and am somewhat of an ambassador for this star system.