|From NASA's Chandra Observatory: "The Hand of God”|
In the constellation "The Compass” as PSR B 1509-58
Behind the nose of that bull being "sacrificed" by Mithras, under a tree, leans a telescope of the ancient variety, a thin shaft of metal with two or more lens inside of it. It looks more like the first known gun, illustrated in L. Spague de Camp's book, Ancient Engineers. A gun that had to be jammed into the earth and leaned on a "Y" stick. It was only effective as a sudden blast of fire to frighten horses and extremely dangerous for the "gunner" himself.