I know Earth's north pole points to Polaris and during the 26,000-year precession cycle, it will also point to Demeb, Vega, and Alpha Draconis. But... Is there a reference that'll help me figure out what Proxima Centauri b's most likely pole star candidates would be? I know, so many variables, including planetary axis tilt, etc. I just want something like a 3-d star map that might help, or a genius astronomer who might want to point me in the right direction (dad pun intended). Part of my back story involves an artefact, an obelisk, discovered at one of Proxima b's poles that takes on religious significance for a lot of people who see it as a pointer. This way to first contact. (I know it makes no sense that an alien society could even find a planet's pole that pointed other explorers in the right direction, but we're talking about a central religious tenet here.) So, yeah, any help appreciated. Thanks.