Uma-catush is defined as a festaval in a Sanskrit dictionary. This was one of my first finds the
constellation Cepheus as the Phonic for Uma. The Indus and Sumerian seals (below top left) were
taken from a book that showed a realtionship between the sentance structure of early Sumerian
signs and Indus signs.The top image below was taken from that book. I found the sign for Uma
by first finding the Sumerian name for that pictorial sign that matched the Indus sign. The Sumerian
sign meant Flax and the constellation Cepheus. The Sanskrit Uma was the goddess of Flax. The
story is where Uma's mother tries to persuade her not to seek a hard life of dovotion to God, but
instead be a weaver of Flax. The Sumerian and Indus seals below show the number four: three
times in the Sumerian seal, in the Indus seal it appears to evolve from three into four. Uma-Catush
where Catush is the Sanskrit number 4. This sign usually appears with a fork of three just like in
the constellation Cepheus, that is in the fourth quarter of the Ecliptic's rise to the celastreal equator.
In the seals below Uma-catush is spelled two different ways one with the sign for Ush (Orion) and
a strong Guni modifier. In Sanskrit the number four can be spelled two ways Cat-ush or Cat-urthi.
The sign for the constellation Virgo is Chitra. I found this Virgo sign to represent Chi in the word
for that constellation Chitra, with three lines for the number three Sanskrit tri (first and third seal in
the row of seals on the bottom left). In this early decipherment I thought the Chitra glyph
represented the Sanskrit chat that meant falling on, I now believe the glyph to mean the month
Chaitra, spring (found on the Kubera page).