Collectible Astrolabe Tells Secrets to Story?
It’s hard to believe that there’s just 66 more days until Game of Thrones comes back to us. What will happen? What will the predictions be? Who will live or die? Well, if you’re thinking that Jon Snow or Sansa or Arya Stark are toast, you’d be sadly wrong. Why? The answer is simple. Just check out this official trailer. The answer will be as plain as the nose on your face. (Three Game of Thrones pool freebie right there! You’re welcome.)
Now. What about that astrolabe? Did you check out my collectible Game of Thrones astrolabe video? While this collectible is hot, you might ask yourself what is the significance of the astrolabe? Think about intro to the best show ever. What do you see? A spinning astrolabe.
An astrolabe is an instrument that once was the most used, multipurpose astronomical instrument. Historically, astrolabes were elaborately inscribed brass discs.
The University of Hawaii describes an astrolabe as the lap-top computer of our predecessors used to measure the time of year, position of celestial objects, and accurately measures the position of the stars, which can help with navigation, determining the time, determining the time of year, latitude, and altitude of an object on the horizon.
Although not known for certain, it is believed that the first astrolabes may have been created by Hipparchus in 150 BC. Historically, many Some believe that it was actually Hypatia (daughter of Theon of Alexandria) that invented the astrolabe and not Hipparchus.
The title introduction designer wanted to stay true to the books and give die-hard book fans something to analyze and pick through for clues.
But if you’ve been paying attention to each episode, especially each season as the story progresses, the introduction changes. Theories abound on the internet as to why the changes occur. One theory is that the story we see is something in the past. It already happened and that Bran has something to do with it. But what?
Well, it’s time for season 1, episode 2.
66 days left.