SS: when i say that the moon and venus is the astral light this is the truth in that venus is the astral light and the moon it’s mirror. the mystry goes deeper then this simple truth . there are many moons to reflect the astral light and some of them are very dark like this moon quaoar.

SS: this object is located in the constellation of the scorpio in the mayan hunab ku beehive region .. it is from this direction of the galactic center that all interstellar space dust comes in .. from this direction are also many bright supernova .. and also from this direction many of the comet objects come in from .

SS: any orb objects the same size as or smaller than the moon is a moon . this one is just a small bit smaller than pluto . it is a moon object which these moon objects ware seen in the ancient akkadian astronomy artifacts … an understanding of the moon goddess can be found from some of the moons like sedna (egyptian nuit / hindu war goddess durga) and xena (amazon priestess) .

Frequently Asked Questions About Quaoar “Quaoar” (pronounced kwah-o-wahr) It can be detected just northwest of the constellation Scorpio.

Biggest object since Pluto found in solar system Monday, October 7, 2002 (CNN) — A newly discovered body in the outer reaches of the solar system is larger than all the objects in the asteroid belt combined, astronomers announced Monday. The spherical planetoid, half the size of Pluto, is the biggest found in the solar system since astronomers detected the ninth planet in 1930. It orbits the sun from a distance of about 4 billion miles (6.4 billion kilometers) in a nether region known as the Kuiper Belt, a ring of thousands of primordial icy, rocky chunks beyond the planets that date back to the origins of the solar system.

They and larger objects in the belt are pristine vestiges of the infant solar system, which could help explain how our space neighborhood formed. The new object is about 800 miles (1,300 kilometers) in diameter and circles the sun once every 288 years. Its orbit is stable and circular in comparison to Pluto.

The scientific duo named the object Quaoar, pronounced KWAH-o-ar, after the creation god of the Tongva people, a Native American tribe in Southern California.

Astronomers named the new object Quaoar, after the creation myth of the Tongva people who inhabited the Los Angeles area before the arrival of the Spanish and other European settlers. To the indigenous peoples, Quaoar was the great force of nature that summoned all other things into being.

A rendering of “Quaoar” superimposed upon a satellite image of the earth (specfically, North America) contrasts the sizes of the two spheres. The object measures approximately 800 miles in diamter, compared to earth’s diameter of approximately 8000 miles. Image: NASA