Zodiac of Denderah

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Episode 47/1x047
Zodiac of Denderah

Who was that masked vlogger?

Blogger Bree
Date Posted October 9th, 2006
URL youtube.com
Forum 1726|3=lg15}}
Length 2:38
Description I've been learning a lot of cool stuff in preparation for the ceremony. Thought I'd share a little with you guys.
Location(s) Bree's bedroom
YouTube Tags LG15 lonelygirl15 daniel danielbeast zodiac denderah parisian egypt owen turtle geb
Production Credits
Executive Producer(s) Miles Beckett, Mesh Flinders, and Greg Goodfried
Producer(s) Miles Beckett and Amanda Goodfried
Director(s) Miles Beckett and Mesh Flinders
Vidplay Mesh Flinders
Story Miles Beckett, Mesh Flinders, Greg Goodfried, and Amanda Goodfried
Editor(s) Miles Beckett
Music Look and Feel Years Younger (Vega Vege Remix) (Radio Edit) by Deshita a.k.a Vega Vege
Bree Jessica Lee Rose
Adjacent Blogs
Previous "Order Of Denderah"
Next "Aleister Crowley"
Previous by Bree "Daniel Crossed The Line"
Next by Bree "The Ceremony Is Tomorrow :)"
Directly after "They Attack Cassie! Is Daniel Next? He Crossed the Line."
Directly before "What ever happened to that girl, Cassie?"

Zodiac of Denderah is the forty-seventh video in the lonelygirl15 video series.


(Bree is sitting in front of her computer, holding Owen.)

Bree: So, usually, I don't like to talk about my religion. But, with the Ceremony coming up and all it's kinda the only thing on my mind. So, with the help of Lucy and Owen I've been learning a lot about the Zodiac of Denderah. (Bree holds Owen up to her ear, as if he's whispering something to her.) Owen says Napoleon's troops reached Denderah on May 25, 1799. (more whispers from Owen) He also says he feels uncomfortable wearing a pink feather boa. No one really knows who was the first to enter the temple, but it was probably a man named Vivant Denon, a Parisian artist who was traveling with Napoleon's troops. (Owen whispers to Bree.) Now, Denon made sketches of the Zodiac that was carved into the temple roof and he sent them back to Paris. (Cut to Bree wrapped in the feather boa, doing a hoity-toity voice.) They caused quite the stir among the aristocracy. (back to normal voice) Such a stir that in 1820 Jean Lelorrain, a French engineer, was sent back to secretly remove the original Zodiac and replace it with a copy. (Cut to Bree lying on the bed.) So, here's some things I've been learning about the Zodiac of Denderah. There are thirty-six decans or constellations. Each of these decans rise above the horizon at dawn for ten days every year. Sopdet is the most important. There's a common misconception that the Zodiac of Denderah is incorrect. It's not that it's inaccurate, it's just that the stars in the decans used to be a lot brighter. In the Denderah Zodiac, the week is ten days long instead of seven. I wonder if those extra days were weekends. (Bree dances around her bedroom while music plays for awhile. The video then returns to Bree on her bed.) In the Zodiac the night sky is supported by four women under the canopy of heaven. There's also an earth god named Geb, he can be found supporting the other side of the sky. Pretty cool, huh? (Bree is now lying on the bed, holding the camera above her. She makes some swooshing noises.) The Zodiac of Denderah is actually pretty similar to the modern day one. Umm... Cancer the Crab is a Scarab Beetle. The lion near the scales is Centaurus. And the woman and the man holding hands is the modern day Gemini. (Bree has now covered her face in her turtleneck sweater.) Anyway... sorry if that was boring. (She pulls the sweater off her face.) I think it's interesting.


  • The decans may be dimmer today due to light pollution.
  • The box first appears in this video in place of the picture of the three boys, and is closed.