The Aquarius part gets more intriguing when we consider the Oldest Dryas Period becoming the Older Dryas Period, happening about 15,000 BCE when severe glacial melt created vast floods across the planet. The summer solstice sun is in Aquarius at this time.
Older versions of Aquarius have two streams of water coming from two jugs. Right next to Aquarius is Capricorn, the Fish-Goat from Sumeria which represents Enki, the primordial god of wisdom and water who informed mankind of an impending flood. Enki is most often portrayed as having a stream of water filled with fish going over his shoulders and down both sides of him...looking much like Aquarius...which may mean Aquarius and Capricorn are the same god.
Does the summer solstice sun of about 15,000 BCE show the time when the great flood occurred, where the month before, while in Capricorn, great melts began and finally broke through in mid-summer?
Much has been said about the impact of North America creating the Younger Dryas Period, but what if that impact was the end result of several thousands of years of the asteroid orbiting the sun, getting closer and closer while Earth passed through its tail over and over again, until one pass meant a build up of atmospheric dust as well as smaller impacts from debris, which began the Oldest Dryas Period?
Perfect timing and astronomical scenery combine to tell a tale...one that ends in the impact after the scene has been set quite early on. Sure, this may be a wander through potential because of what the cosmos offers up in sun positioning and historical facts, but could this be a better time period to focus on?