Arcturus has the second higest proper motion of known stars. This means that it moves with respect to the other stars.
It is in the constellation of Bootes and is the fourth brightest star in our entire sky,
Arcturus, a red giant about 24 times larger than the Sun with a luminosity 115 times our sun, lying 36 light years away from the earth. Astronomers have found that Arcturus entered our system approximately 500,000 years ago and will remain here for approximately another 500,000 years, only to continue its journey towards the Virgo Cluster, but at a different angle than our local group of galaxies is moving. And if we trace the path of the Great Bear over the next 100,000 years we see that the star, Al Kaid in the tail of the Great Bear begins to turn inward, also pointing toward the Virgo cluster.
The star Spica in Virgo can be found using Bootes and Arcturus
Arc to Arcturus and on to Spica.
Now look at the arm of Calisto (The Great Bear - Ursa Major) on the shoulder of her son Arcas - Arcturus.
The centre rock is not Les Toustones but is the former solar temple of Montsegur
The sunrise when viewed from Soularac, the bump under the sun is Rennes le Chateau. Montsegur is eight km from Soularac.