Here is some Egyptian art analysis, testing the universal standard of subconscious expression, named mindprint, on the Hierakonpolis tomb 100 mural painting.
Three chapters in an Exodus
Type 13 Leo and its opposite, 5:21 Aquarius, as lions, link this triple imprint (Egyptian Nekhen mural, Hierakonpolis tomb 100. Cairo Museum. Mindprint labels and axial grid by Edmond Furter).
Shared galactic equators also link the three spheres in a semi-symmetrical chain. Imprints ‘geared’ near one of the galactic poles, allow this kind of interlink (see the Palenque Lid in Mindprint, also reproduced elsewhere on this web page, or on http://www.edmondfurter.wordpress.com)
In the left sphere, 8 Scorpius, decan Ophiuchus and Serpens cauda (Snake holder and Snake tail), are expressed as a lion tamer, or feat of strength (a feature of type 8 or 9 Scorpius in 31% of artworks worldwide); a stock churn group icon that sometimes appears at one of the three other galactic corners (see the Gebel al Arak knife).
10 Libra as an antelope has a rearing neck, more typical of its opposite 3 Aries. 10 Libra is also under an antelope carousel,
figuring a wheel of fortune emblem, labelled a heraldic group in archaeology.
3 Aries is merely a palm branch and boat house, lending its attributes to its opposite at 10.
11 Virgo as a slaughter victim’s womb (see slaughter scenes at theme 13 Leo).
Polar features tag the inspiration as Age Taurus, incidental with archaeological dating after about BC 3500. The work is usually younger than the Age indicator.
In the central sphere, 7g Galactic Centre is a boathouse palm, although boathouse shrines are usually allocated to 15 Gemini, as here in the left sphere, and at its opposite 7 Sagittarius. These types all flank galactic features, indicating that boat shrines are a type of churn group.
In the right sphere, 7g Galactic centre is again a boathouse, analogous to the Galactic centre bulge.
Astronomical co-incidences are due to holographic effect. Coherent sets of archetypes resemble one another, and appear to derive from one another; however each derive independently from inspired expression of the structure of perception and nature.
Here are some closeups of the three sectors of the mural;