> Let's set the year to a round 2580 BC. Now let's
> consider the brightest stars of the constellations
> of Lyra and Bootes, Vega and Arcturus
> respectively. According to Stellarium if we take
> the average Heliacal rising dates of both stars we
> will see it is October 13. This thus seems to be
> the start of Peret. This could be day 1 of month 1
> of Peret season.
Interesting - looking at the date of October 27 of 2580 BC which would therefore be the 15th day of Peret, with the Egyptian star lore on (which leverages one of Belmonte's earlier paper's so not 100% in alignment to Lull and Belmonte), we have Sah setting as the sun rises, and the star that houses the moon is Gamma Gemorium, part of Gemini where I have deduced is the most likely constellation for Djedi. I need to analyse a bit further.