Globi Coelestis in Tabulas Planas Redacti Pars VI (The Celestial Globe Rendered as Planes Part 6), located on the south pole, depicts two small portions of the popular zodiac signs: Sagittarius and Pisces. While these zodiac signs are only clumps of stars they have, throughout centuries, been highly regarded in mythology and heavily involved in Greek and Roman culture. The image associated with Sagittarius is a centaur holding and aiming a loaded bow and arrow. In an alternative association to the Crotus mythology, Sagittarius is the son of Chiron who turned himself into a horde to escape his wife. The second zodiac constellation in this chart is Pisces. The mythology behind Pisces is that the two fish in the constellation are the goddess Aphrodite and her son Eros. The story goes that the two of them turned themselves into fish to escape the great monster Typhon.

Globi Coelestis in Tabulas Planas Redacti Pars VI