All the new constellations will be contained in the upcoming v1.07 update. An early experimental x-release is already out.
Our eyes are caught in the magic of the nightly sky. It is the twinkling of the stars that is snapping our attention. Those stars among the constellations of the zodiac sing a song about a message, which is kept in the darkness of the void.
Emagone has all twelve constellations of the zodiac family. They can be seen along the ecliptic in the nightly sky. They are: Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces.
The Eonita constellation contains four star systems: Enea and Neo, Agitas and Magenos.
Enea is the home star of Emagonia.
Stars (4): Enea, Neo, Agitas, Magenos
(Emagonia sky view)
There are several ancient myths passed down as songs and sayings about the stars in the Eonita constellation. Some believe, these old stories and songs are telling about the act of creation. Most think, those stories are just that, stories people invented to satisfy their need for explanation. Others believe, there is more to the myths from ancient times, and that there is a revelation to be coming.
One of the old sayings goes like: "Four stars in the Eonita constellation, from which three can be seen in the nightly sky, and one only during day time."
Another ancient myth tells: "Enea and Neo, Agitas and Magenos, children of god, two pairs each created as one, split apart such as light and darkness, polarities like water and fire, one not able to exist without the other, and so are they dancing always together."
A lullaby sung to the very day: "Four angels of god are singing a song. A thirteenth constellation, created as four and placed in the image of another four, as three can be seen at a time in one's nightly sky. The central shine of those are devine, endless cycles of light, happening in the eternal night."
Constellations around Polaris:
Polaris, Little Dipper, Big Dipper, Cassiopeia, Arc to Arcturus, and Arcturus
The four seasons of the year are coded in everlasting spirals of questions in each night's sky.
Motion over one total night cycle.