The stellar configuration makes us imagine two fishes, arising from the same
flipper playfully twisting and turning.

For the Egyptians, this constellation represented Ischtar,
the great goddess of love.

The Greek mythology tells about Aphrodite and her son,
Eros, turning themselves into fishes in the river Tigris,
thus escaping the ogre Typhon; or - different story -

About two fishes coming to their rescue,
taking them on their backs - and out of harm's way;
as a reward, they have bee eternalised in the starry sky.

I emphasize the zestfulness, the play, the joy at being together, the dance.


Unterschrift Sabine Kramer