As to the following star chart also see the following sections connections to Cassiopeia and Set and how the Egyptian scribes predicted the birth of a major patriarch.
Genesis seems to suggest that the Patriarchs lived in isolation from the rest of the world, but in historical fact they shared with the Babylonians, Egyptians, Canaanites, Hittites, and Cretans a common Mediterranean culture fermented by philosophers from India, even distant Britain. Although the written records of this age are lost, some trade items help us deduce that this may have been so. The Quich'e language of Old Mexico had close affinity with ancient Hebrew. The religion and architecture of Babylon evoked prehistoric Peru; Menes, eldest Son of Sargon, in 2275 B.C. had made a voyage from Sumer to the Sunset Land. Mariners from Crete reached North and South America, followed by proto-Phoenicians from Lagash in the Persian Gulf. Lagash was an ancient city of Sumer in southern Mesopotamia. It flourished c. 2,400 B.C. and after the fall of Akkad (2,180) it enjoyed a classical revival in its sculpture and literature. A rare Egyptian papyrus mentions Central Russia, the Zambesi, and Indonesia; hieroglyphics from Egypt are said to be found near Sydney, Australia." The quote above is from "God and Spacemen of the Ancient Past" W. Raymond Drake, Chapter 13 "Abraham" page 157-174.