The creepiness level is jacking up on planet again. There’s a grand cross forming in the sky. Extreme tension causes breakdowns — people, situations, things. I can feel this pressure in my chest area.

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2 Responses to Creepy

  1. Tesh says:

    Crux /ˈkrʌks/ is the smallest of the 88 modern constellations, but is one of the most distinctive. Its name is Latin for cross, and it is dominated by a cross-shaped asterism that is commonly known as the Southern Cross.
    Crux is easily visible from the southern hemisphere at practically any time of year. It is also visible near the horizon from tropical latitudes of the northern hemisphere for a few hours every night during the northern winter and spring. For instance, it is visible from Cancun or any other place at latitude 25° N or less at around 10 pm at the end of April.
    In tropical regions Crux can be seen in the sky from April to June. Crux is exactly opposite to Cassiopeia on the celestial sphere, and therefore it cannot appear in the sky with the latter at the same time. For locations south of 34°S, Crux is circumpolar and thus always visible in the night sky.

    • pollyann says:

      Oh, wow. How interesting. Crux. Opposite Cassiopeia. Reading that causes neurons to start firing in my brain. Lol! Thanks for the input, Tesh. I’ll take a closer look at Crux later on.

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