Notes
LFoA Letter

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LFoA Letter

When circling all capitalised letters on LFoA letter, since there aren't that many, and then connecting all those dots, it forms the constellation Draco, which is the Dragon. The words at the bottom of the page (underneath, relic, teachings, new, obsidian, scarlet, crowns, adorn, every, wizened, yearning) are the order in which we draw our line. Taking the first letter of each word (URTNOSCAEWY) and draw our line in order thru those capitalised letters it will form the Draco constellation. The HaK ruler and LFoA pencil come in handy when drawing the lines on the paper from one point to the other.

  • Dragons in Greek mythology that may have inspired the constellation's name include Ladon, the dragon who guarded the golden apples of the Hesperides. Hercules killed Ladon during his 12 Labours; he was tasked with stealing the golden apples. The constellation of Hercules is depicted near Draco.
  • In Greco-Roman legend, Draco was a dragon killed by the goddess Minerva and tossed into the sky upon his defeat. The dragon was one of the Gigantes, who battled the Olympic gods for ten years. As Minerva threw the dragon, it became twisted on itself and froze at the cold North Celestial Pole before it could right itself.