Many fairy tales have their origin in the former sky. For instance Jack and Jill is Mars and Venus moving up the hill or world mountain which is the celestial axis or north polar vortex when it was in a more luminous state. The pale of water is the area around Saturn which is described in myth as a celestial sea because of the fluffy foggy nature of it’s circumstellar disk which moved round and round. Jack falling down is Mars going down the celestial axis. The crown is Venus behind Mars shining it luminescent rays. Breaking his crown means Mars moving out of that position. Jill coming tumbling after is Venus moving down the north polar axis following Mars.