Cetus Solar Gateway opens
Once a year, in March, the SUN clips the corner of the area of the sky demarked by astronomers as the CETUS constellation. This year, the day that the sun flows along it's path and shines a corner of light on the Cetus constellation is March 27, 2022.
When the sun sets tonight, it will be in the corner of the Cetus constellation.
This will OPEN the CETUS Gateway.
Cetus is a Celestial Equator Constellation, that sits just below Pisces and Aries, adjacent to Taurus. Cetus is a Whale/Sea Dragon/Sea Serpent/Sea Monster.
"The Mythology of Cetus
Cetus, the whale or sea monster, was a minion of Poseidon, the god of the oceans. One day Poseidon was angered by Cassiopeia, the mother of Andromeda, for boasting of her daughter’s beauty and claiming it to be greater than Poseidon’s minions, the Neried. Angered by this, Poseidon sent Cetus to attack Cassiopeia’s kingdom of Ethiopia. Afraid, Cassiopiea offered her daughter to the monster by chaining her to a rock. Hearing of this, Perseus used Medusa’s head to turn Cetus to stone while freeing Andromeda from her chains. Upon his death, Cetus was placed in the stars as a reminder of Perseus’ bravery but also to warn people against anger or jealousy."
"In Ancient Greek kētŏs, Latinized as cetus is any huge sea creature or sea monster. According to the mythology, Perseus slew Cetus to save Andromeda from being sacrificed to it. The term cetacean (for whale) derives from cetus. In Greek art, ceti were depicted as serpentine fish. The name of the mythological figure Ceto is derived from kētos. The name of the constellation Cetus also derives from this word.
In Greek mythology, Cetus was the sea monster that was sent by Poseidon to devour Andromeda. Cetus was variously described as a sea monster or sea serpent. Cetus was said to be a colossal beast the size of a ship, and there are notable physical and mythological similarities between cetus and drakōn - the dragons in Greek mythology."
from wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cetus_(mythology)