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星星的故事in English !!15!!

如題。。。

星星ㄉ故事

類似。。小熊星座啦。。

大熊星座啦

因為小熊怎樣怎樣

大熊怎樣怎樣。。。等等ㄉ。。。

英文ㄉ唷!!

不一定要我說ㄉ哪些

只要有故事就可以ㄌ~~~

THANX ︿︿

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  • 2 0 年前
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    The story of constellation

    The Story of the Star in the East

    Someone once observed, "The universe is composed of stories,

    not atoms." The Star of Bethlehem is certainly a story (as is most

    of the Bible, first and foremost). It is a mystery and a puzzle,

    involving not only theology and astronomy, but also history and even

    astrology.(1) It is an attempt of men to understand not the

    universe at large, but specific events, or "What I Saw."

    What do we know about the Star of Bethlehem? The popular

    conception is summarized in the Christmas carol:

    We three kings of Orient are/Bearing gifts we traverse

    afar, Field and fountain, moor and mountain/Following yonder

    star.

    O star of wonder, star of night/Star with royal beauty

    bright, Westward leading, still proceeding/Guide us to thy

    perfect light.

    We all know those lines as the story of the Star, which is

    fine - except for the fact that almost everything in it is wrong.

    The actual New Testament account of the Star of Bethlehem comes from

    the second chapter of the Gospel of Matthew (told here in the

    Revised English Bible translation):

    Jesus was born at Bethlehem in Judaea during the reign of

    Herod. After his birth astrologers [Magi] from the east

    arrived in Jerusalem, asking, "Where is the newborn king of the

    Jews? We observed the rising of his star, and we have come to

    pay him homage." King Herod was greatly perturbed when he

    heard this, and so was the whole of Jerusalem. He called

    together the chief priests and scribes of the Jews and asked

    them where the Messiah was to be born. "At Bethlehem in

    Judaea," they replied, "for this is what the prophet wrote:

    'Bethlehem in the land of Judah, you are by no means least

    among the rulers of Judah; for out of you shall come a ruler to

    be the shepherd of my people Israel.'"

    Then Herod summoned the astrologers to meet him secretly,

    and ascertained from them the exact time when the star had

    appeared. He sent them to Bethlehem, and said, "Go and make a

    careful search for the child, and when you have found him,

    bring me word, so that I may go myself and pay him homage."

    After hearing what the king had to say they set out; there

    before them was the star they had seen rising, and it went

    ahead of them until it stopped above the place where the child

    lay. They were overjoyed at the sight of it and, entering the

    house, they saw the child with Mary his mother and bowed low in

    homage to him; they opened their treasure chests and presented

    gifts to him: gold, frankincense, and myrrh. Then they

    returned to their own country by another route, for they had

    been warmed in a dream not to go back to Herod.

    What is your initial reaction to this story? It seems to me

    that it is not a fabulous tale. That is, it does not conjure up

    fantastic details images, and it is told in a rather mundane

    fashion, not at all like a fable. It is also the only account we

    have of it in our Bible. Later, various non-canonical sources did

    elaborate on it. Books like the Protevangelium of James and an

    epistle of Ignatius say this star was the brightest star in the sky,

    brighter than all other stars combined, even including the sun and

    the moon, which bowed down before it. But Matthew is very matter-

    of-fact.(2)

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  • 匿名使用者
    2 0 年前

    大熊星座 (Ursa Major/The Great Bear) 小熊星座 (Ursa Minor/ The Little Bear)

    以下是它們的希臘神話故事(myth)

    Greece: Callisto was one of Zeus' many lovers. They met after the unfortunate damage caused following the disastrous ride of Phaëthon in the sun chariot. Zeus was checking on a particularly favorite spot of his, the land of Arcadia, when he first set eyes on the beautiful nymph Callisto. Two variations exist concerning her story and why she appears as a bear. In one story, Callisto is turned into a bear by Hera after she gave birth to Zeus' son Arcas. Arcas grew into a great hunter as a young man. Callisto seeing her son in the woods attempted to approach him but could only growl. Seeing the bear advance on him, Arcas drew his spear. To protect the son from killing his own mother, Zeus changed Arcas into a bear as well and placed them both in the sky well within Hera's sight every night of the year. Hera's reward was that the two could never drink from the sea. An explanation for the great lengths of the bear's tails lies in the fact that Zeus grabbed them both by their tails and swung them over his head before flinging them upward. The tails stretched. In the second variation of this sad story, Zeus himself turns Callisto into the bear to hide her from Hera. Hera guarantees that the boy grows to be an excellent hunter and makes sure that Callisto is in the right place at the wrong time when she confronts her son.

    P.S. 如果你要更長的故事. 這個網址有: http://www.winshop.com.au/annew/UrsaMajor.html

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