This artists depiction below of the zodiac shows what the constellations would look like in life form. The two maps below show the north and south hemispheres when cut along the equator. In the northern hemisphere, the sun's highest position above the hemisphere is called the Tropic of Cancer and runs through the constellation Cancer. In the southern hemisphere, the sun's lowest position runs through Capricorn and is called the Tropic of Capricorn.
Each map shows an arc which represents to the sun's path. Each month the sun passes through one of the constellations, six of them in the north and six in the south. When the sun is in the north, say Aries, the southern stars in Aries can be seen in the south hemisphere map and vice versa when the sun is in the south.
In the evening hours the stars on the opposite side of the circle would appear where the sun was in the daytime. So, for example, when the sun is in Aries, the stars in Libra would be seen in the same position twelve hours later because earth makes half of a revolution within that time.
Though the constellations don't change in their relationship to each other. Earth has a wobble called precession that changes the time of year when the sun passes through them. A complete cycle is 25,920 years and a twelfth cycle is 2,160 years. These maps depict the time of the Age of Aries when the sun crosses Aries on the spring equinox. In Bible time it covers the time from Abraham, 2160 BCE, to Jesus at the beginning of the first century.
Starting at Sagittarius, there are some lines that run through Perseus to Gemini that look like stains. It is the Milky Way which the Bible usually depicts as a cloud or a celestial path to heaven.
This model not only serves as a source of Bible myths, many pagan myths had the same origins. When deciphering the Bible Code they often serve as guides to the astronomical themes in the Bible.
The source of these maps can be found at http://www.phanes.com/stamap.html