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        Many stories exist about mythological gods and goddesses placing stars in the sky. After the Titan Atlas was forced to carry the heavens on his shoulders, Orion began to pursue all of the Pleiades (the seven daughters of Atlas and the sea-nymph Pleione). In order to comfort their father, Zeus transformed the sisters first into doves, and then into stars, immortalizing them in the heavens. Orion is said to still pursue them across the night sky. 

     Heracles placed the constellation Leo in the night sky after defeating the Nemean lion as the first of his 12 Labors. Zeus's brother Poseidon placed Cassiopeia's throne in the sky, where its distinctive "W" shape continues to circle the celestial pole.

     

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Find out if the legends are true! Join Cassiopeia and discover whether Zeus actually transformed the Seven Sisters into seven blue stars. Email ZoeMadisonSKP@gmail.com.

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Astraea's Letter

Welcome to DreamCatchers of the Ocean Blue, our Fan Club and Membership for DreamCatchers and their families.

Guess What!

 

Our DreamCatchers of the Ocean Blue are waiting to meet you! Get real letters and keepsakes from our mythological heroes and heroines when you join. Email Zoe at zoemadisonskp@gmail.com and read Astraea's Letter to the left.