Within the ancient Nile Valley zodiac, the outer circle represents the 36 net/er/ru which each one symbolizes the 10 day week of the Kemetic year.
The 12 human figures represent the 12 months of the year. Their arms represent the 24 hours of the day.
The stars that coincided with the flooding of the Nile River were later called Aquarius.
The stars that coincided with the planting season were later called Taurus.
The stars that coincided with the days and nights being equal were later called Libra.
The movement of the sun and stars to the equator was later called Cancer.
The movement of the stars was later called the horoscope or the view of Horus which was the 12 astrological signs. Horus comes from Heado.
Star maps of a lot of star constellations were developed thousands of years ago. In the temple of Ven/dar/ia, the zodiac plate was dynamited from the ceiling by Napoleonís troops in 1799 and is on display in the Louvre Museum in Paris.