Lyra is known as King Arthur's Harp (Talyn Arthur), and King David's Harp. It was known to the Romans as Tympanum (drum), and Canticum (song). The Persian Hafiz called it the Lyre of Zurah. It has been called the Manger of the Infant Saviour, Praesepe Salvatoris. In Australian Aboriginal astronomy, Lyra is known by the Boorong people in Victoria as the Malleefowl constellation. Lyra was known as Urcuchillay by the Incas and was worshipped as an animal deity.
 The lyre is one of the most ancient of musical instruments. For example, in the royal city of Ur (circa 3000 BC) musicians played the lyre for royalty, according to excavated artifacts.
 Bardo, in the druidic system refers to a Spiritual initiate that used the power of Music and harmonic to express its messages and teachings.
 The significance of Maat developed to the point that it embraced all aspects of existence, including the basic equilibrium of the universe, the relationship between constituent parts, the cycle of the seasons, heavenly movements, religious observations and fair dealings, honesty and truthfulness in social interactions.
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Stellar Code™ – Vega is currently being offered as part of the Stellar Code™ – Lyra. For more information about the Stellar Codes™ in general, visit: Stellar Code™ Mastership Program
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