I was in bed at the time that I took this image. I have a feeling that I’m getting into a bit of an aquarian-ism-esque mood right now – like the day when I take a moment to notice a new song on my car radio and then decide to go for a drive.
I love this image because it is a simple little shot of a man in bed with his eyes closed. I am not sure why this is so important to me. I could imagine that it is a way to tell us what the man’s eyes are doing, but I don’t know if that is true. It is also a little shocking that I took this picture myself.
The man in the bed is Aquarius Pisces Cusp Man, a member of the constellation Pisces. In Greek mythology, this was the first king of the city of Atlantis, and his throne was located in the underworld. The constellation was named after him because he was the leader of the Pisces Triad (the three stars which are in the first constellation). The constellation was named after him because he had the ability to see the future.
Cusp means “head” and Pisces is the most prominent constellation of the Pisces Triad. It is also the name of a planet, which is a type of star in the constellation and not a person. The three stars in the first constellation are known as the “first” stars.
In Aquarius Pisces is considered the brightest star in the constellation, which is why the name of the constellation is “Cusp.
The constellation’s name is supposed to be a play on the words “constellation” and “star,” because all the stars of the constellation are supposed to be stars, but they are not the brightest ones in the constellation. The brightest star is Sirius, which is the brightest star in the constellation.
However, while we’ve got Sirius, we also have three more stars in the constellation. While the brightest star is Sirius, that means we’ve got three brighter stars. The constellation is not actually a cusp constellation, but rather a crescent constellation, which is a shape used to describe the constellations, as well as a constellation itself. Crescents are used to describe the constellations.
The crescent shape of the constellation is used to describe the shape of the constellation’s crescent. The three brighter stars are considered to be the crescent’s cusp points. In this way, we can easily distinguish which constellation the constellation is in, and hence by how it’s positioned.
“It’s a real thing,” says Dr. Dan Poynter, a professor of astronomy at the University of Southern California. Poynter’s not the only one who thinks so. In the “Astrophysics” section of the new “Astrophysics” section of the “New Scientist” magazine, there is a brief explanation for the cusp constellation, and it includes diagrams of the shape of the constellation.
The problem is that the cusp points are only visible to certain types of observers, and the astrological systems used by astronomers typically differ from the cusp points. The cusp points are so named because the bright stars near the cusp points are visible only to a particular type of observer and are thus called cusps.