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February 6, 2002
If the distant light of a building has no effect on a person apart from them receiving the light, how can the combined lights from several stars of a constellation tens of thousands of light years away be looked upon as having some significance in the lives of millions? Not every star in one constellation of the Zodiac are of equal distance and all those that are do not give the full effect our closest star has provided eons before and after the dawn of human civilization and sciences within. Anyhow, the night sky is quite a canvass for imagination.