Al Jadi

Al Jadi Giedi or Al Jadi, Al Jadi, or Juddah, the Young He Goat, the slayer of the man who had slain the Great Warrior of the Sky; who forever lies in the huge coffin outlined by the stars marking the big dipper (Ursa Major), all the other stars mourn for their lost hero and each night march around the sky in a never-ending funeral procession. The villain, Polaris, alone is kept motionless, an outcast forever fixed to the coldest part of the northern sky. Muslims used this star to orient themselves toward Mecca, the place Muslims must face during worship. Cited from website: Polaris The wiktionary claims: Algiedi Alpha Capricorni, a double star in the constellation of Capricorn

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