The legend of Noah’s Flood begins in Aquarius during the astrological age of Taurus, and follows the sun path across the ecliptic from Aquarius to Pisces to Aries to Taurus to Gemini. For further reference, see Eden to Babel and a map of the Zodiac.
Noah personifies Aquarius the Waterman.
The animals went into the ark in twos.
When the sun passed into Aries, the land was dry. The lamb symbolizes land.
The Argo Navis is such a large constellation that it was broken up into three constellations: Carina, Puppis and Vela, representing keel, stern and sail respectively. It lies far to the south on the celestial Tropic of Capricorn. The three sectors of Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces contain a lot of watery constellations and were known to ancients as the Sea.
Noah sent a raven to seek dry land. The raven went to and fro until the waters dried up.
Then he sent a dove.
There is a classic Greek myth built around the Argo Navis, called Jason and the Quest for the Golden Fleece. The story follows the sun around the Zodiac.
Noah got drunk and lay naked in his tent. Ham saw his nakedness and told his two brothers.
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In Taurus, we see Orion as Noah, Auriga as Ham and the Gemini twins as Shem and Jepheth. The three sons are looking down at their father.
Shem and Japheth covered their father but did not see his nakedness.