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PostPosted: 27 Jun 2008, 07:26
by Nibiru



Hubble X-Ray

Sirius is the brightest star in the nighttime sky, with a visual apparent magnitude of -1.46. It is located in the constellation Canis Major. Its name comes from the Latin sirius, from Greek(seirios, "glowing"). It is situated in the eye of the greater dog Canis Major, therefore it is known as the 'Dog Star'.

Sirius can be seen from every inhabited region of the Earth's surface and, in the Northern Hemisphere, is known as a vertex of the 'Winter Triangle.'

At a distance of 2.6 pc or 8.57 light years, Sirius is also one of the nearest stars to Earth. The best time of year to view it is around January 1, when it reaches the meridian at midnight.

To locate Sirius ... When looking at the constellation Orion, locate Orion's belt which are the three bright stars in a row. Follow an imaginary line through these stars to Sirius which is just above the horizon.



Belt of Orion and the Great Pyramid

Sirius - Queens Chamber [Feminine] - The Pleiades [Sister Stars]
Orion - Kings Chamber - Thuban
Thuban - Gold - Snake - Alpha Draconis - Reptilians - DNA
It was the pole star when the pyramids were built.
Seamen called it 'The Dragon's Tail'.

Sirius B

From 1834 to 1844 some irregularities were noticed in the movement of Sirius by F.W. Bessel. It was supposed that Sirius must be affected by a second star, and in 1862 a faint companion star was finally detected by Alvan Clark, and it was named Sirius B.

In 1862 Alvan Graham Clark discovered the companion, which is called Sirius B, or affectionately "the Pup". The visible star is now sometimes known as Sirius A. The two stars orbit each other with a separation of about 20 AU and a period of close to 50 years.

In 1915 astronomers at the Mount Wilson Observatory determined that Sirius B was a white dwarf star , the first to be discovered. This means that Sirius B must have originally been by far the more massive of the two, since it has already evolved off the main sequence.

In 1920 the first spectrum of Sirius B was obtained at Mount Wilson Obvservatory. Sirius B although small and faint and about 10,000 times dimmer than Sirius A is extremely dense and heavy enough to exert influence on Sirius A. The pull of its gravity caused Sirius' wavy movement.

In 1970 the first photograph was taken of Sirius B by Dr. Irving W. Lendenblad of the US Naval Observatory.

Sirius B is invisible to the naked eye but packs almost the entire mass of our sun into a globe only 4 times as large as the Earth. Sirius B's surface is 300 times harder than diamonds, while its interior has a density 3,000 times that of diamonds. Spinning on its axis about 23 times a minute, it generates huge magnetic fields around it.

The two stars, Sirius A and Sirius B move around each other, constantly exchanging particles. Because of its greater density and magnetic field, Sirius B takes the lion's share, taking gases and materials off of its larger host body.

Sirius B has a super-heavy gravitationally powerful star made of concentrated super-dense matter (essence) with the number 50 associated with it (describing its orbital period).

DNA Effect

Every 49.9 years, Sirius A and B, come as close together as their orbits allow, creating huge magnetic storms between them. As they approach each other, the stars both begin to spin faster as tidal forces become stronger, finally flip-flopping over, actually trading places with each other. This energy is eventually released to flow on magnetic field lines to the Sun, which transmits it like a lens to all the planets.

There are a few unsolved mysteries regarding Sirius.

*Firstly, apparent orbital irregularities in Sirius B have been observed since 1894, suggesting a third very small companion star, but this has never been definitely confirmed. Could there be a Sirius C? In 1995 two French researchers, Daniel Benest and J.L. Duvent, authored an article in the prestigious journal Astronomy and Astrophysics with the title Is Sirius a Triple Star? and suggested (based on observations of motions in the Sirius system) there is a small third star there. They thought the star was probably of a type known as a brown dwarf and only had about .05 the mass of Sirius B.

*Secondly, ancient observations of Sirius describe it as a red star, when today Sirius A is bluish white. The possibility that stellar evolution of either Sirius A or Sirius B could be responsible for this discrepancy is rejected by astronomers on the grounds that the timescale of thousands of years is too short and that there is no sign of the nebulosity in the system that would be expected had such a change taken place. Alternative explanations are either that the description as red is a poetic metaphor for ill fortune, or that the dramatic scintillations of the star when it was observed rising left the viewer with the impression that it was red.

Sirius has several meanings

*Transition Stage - Moving consciousness from one reality or frequency - to another

*Spirit of Wisdom - Zoroastrian translation

*Brightly Radiating One - The Shining Ones

Mythology and Metaphysics

In the astrology of the Middle Ages, Sirius was a Behenian fixed star, associated with beryl and juniper.

Its kabbalistic symbol was listed by Cornelius Agrippa.

In the Sumerian Civilization, predating the Egyptians, their epic poem Epic of Gilgamesh describes a dream of Gilgamesh where the hero is drawn irresistibly to a heavy star that cannot be lifted despite immense effort. This star descends from heaven to him and is described as having a very 'potent essence' and being "the God of heaven". Gilgamesh had for his companions, 50 oarsmen in the great ship, Argo, a constellation bordering Canis Major, where Sirius is found.

In Greek mythology, Orion's dog became Sirius. The Greeks also associated Sirius with the heat of summer - calling it Seirios, often translated 'the scorcher'.


The Dogon describe this 'star' specifically as having a circle of reddish rays around it, and this circle of rays is 'like a spot spreading' but remaining the same size. The Dogon are a West African tribe who have known about - and worshipped - Sirius A and its twin the invisible star Sirius B, for the past 5,000 years. They are have also been aware of the planets circle the sun in ellipitcal orbits, the four moons of Jupiter and the rings of Saturn.

They say that Sirius B is immensely heavy, invisible, very small, yet extremely powerful. Their understanding of the two stars' orbits coincides exactly with modern astronomical findings, yet was arrived at thousands of years before it was scientifically proven.

They also claim that a third star Emme Ya - Sorghum Female - exists in the Sirius system. Larger and lighter than Sirius B, this star revolves around Sirius A as well.

The Dogon also believe that approximately 5,000 years ago, Amphibious Gods, called Nommo, came to Earth in three legged space ships from the Sirius Star System. They have described perfectly the DNA pattern made by this elliptical orbit created by the two stars as they rotate make around each other. They believe Sirius to be the axis of the universe, and from it all matter and all souls are produced in a great spiral motion.

The Quran - An-najm - The Star

Yusufali: That He is the Lord of Sirius (the Mighty Star);
Pickthal And that He it is Who is the Lord of Sirius;
Shakir: And that He is the Lord of the Sirius;

Ancient Egypt

Sirius was astronomically the foundation of their entire religious system. It was the embodiment of Isis, wife and consort of the god Osiris, who appeared in the sky as Orion.

Ancient Egyptians called Sirius the 'Dog Star', after their god Osiris, whose head in pictograms resembled that of a dog. In Egypt, Sirius shines for most of the summer, and since it is such a bright star, the Egyptians actually believed that the additional light from this nearby star was responsible for the summer heat. This of course is not true. However the origin of the phrase 'the dog days of summer' comes from this ancient belief - the 'dog star' being the root of this common saying!

The Star of Isis is called Sothis or Sirius - looking much like an eclipse.




The Goddess Sothis, Sopdet, Sepdet - personified the 'dog star' Sirius. This star was the most important of the stars to the ancient Egyptians, and the heliacal rising of this star came at the time of inundation and the start of the Egyptian New Year. The marked the Summer solstice. As a goddess of the inundation, Sothis was a goddess of fertility. She also was linked to the pharaoh and his journey in the afterlife.

Sothis, and her husband, the god Sah, came to be viewed as manifestations of Isis and Osiris.

She was represented as a woman with a star on top of her headdress, or as a seated cow with a plant between her horns (just as Seshat's hieroglyph might have been a flower or a star) as depicted on an ivory tablet of King Djer. The plant may have been symbolic of the year, and thus linking her to the yearly rising of Sirius and the New Year. She was very occasionally depicted as a large dog, or in Roman times, as the goddess Isis-Sopdet, she was shown riding side-saddle on a large dog.

Sirius was both the most important star of ancient Egyptian astronomy, and one of the Decans (star groups into which the night sky was divided, with each group appearing for ten days annually). The heliacal rising (the first night that Sirius is seen, just before dawn) was noticed every year during July, and the Egyptians used this to mark the start of the New Year ('The Opening of the Year'). It was celebrated with a festival known as 'The Coming of Sopdet'.


Even as early as the 1st Dynasty, she was known as 'the bringer of the new year and the Nile flood'. When Sirius appeared in the sky each year, the Nile generally started to flood and bring fertility to the land. The ancient Egyptians connected the two events, and so Sopdet took on the aspects of a goddess of not only the star and of the inundation, but of the fertility that came to the land of Egypt with the flood. The flood and the rising of Sirius also marked the ancient Egyptian New Year, and so she also was thought of as a goddess of the New Year.

Her aspect of being a fertility goddess was not just linked to the Nile. By the Middle Kingdom, she was believed to be a mother goddess, and a nurse goddess, changing her from a goddess of agriculture to a goddess of motherhood. This probably was due to her strong connection with the mother-goddess Isis. Not just a goddess of the waters of the inundation, Sopdet had another link with water - she was believed to cleanse the pharaoh in the afterlife. It is interesting to note that the embalming of the dead took seventy days - the same amount of time that Sirius was not seen in the sky, before it's yearly rising. She was a goddess of fertility to both the living and the dead.

In the Pyramid Texts, she is the goddess who prepares yearly sustenance for the pharaoh, 'in this her name of "Year"'. She is also thought to be a guide in the afterlife for the pharaoh, letting him fly into the sky to join the gods, showing him 'goodly roads' in the Field of Reeds and helping him become one of the imperishable stars. She was thought to be living on the horizon, encircled by the Duat.

In the Pyramid Texts, paralleling the story of Osiris and Isis, the pharaoh was believed to have had a child with Sopdet: "Your sister Isis comes to you rejoicing for love of you. You have placed her on your phallus and your seed issues into her, she being ready as Sopdet, and Horus-Soped has come forth from you as Horus who is in Sopdet."

Sopdet was believed to be wife of Sah (the star Orion) and the mother of Soped (Sopdu). She was also thought to give birth to the Morning Star (Venus), the pharaoh being described as the father in the Pyramid Texts. She was linked closely with Isis, just as Sah and Soped were linked with Osiris and Horus. In 'The Lamentations of Isis and Nephthys for Osiris', Isis calls herself Sopdet, saying that she will follow Osiris in the heaven. Sopdet was also connected to the goddess Satet at Abu (Elephantine).

She was also given a masculine aspect, and linked with Horus as Sopdet-Horus during the Middle Kingdom. She was also linked with Anubis during Greek Times as Sopdet-Anubis, probably because of the iconography of her as a god, or riding on the back of a dog. She was also linked with other goddesses such as Hathor -- Bast and Anqet, the Embracer, Goddess of Fertility and the Nile at Aswan.


She was worshiped through Egyptian history, from predynastic times, through to the Graeco-Roman period. She was venerated in Per-Soped (Saft al Hinna), in the 20th Nome of Lower Egypt.


Sirius is a BLUE-white star.

Electricity ... which is part of the electromagnetic spectrum ... when isolated is BLUE in color.

Entities from Sirius were allegedly BLUE.

Royalty - 'Bluebloods' as they are allegedly descending from this BLUE alien race.

Prophecies often mention the color BLUE.

The Hopi name for Sirius is Blue Star Kachina. "When the Blue Star Kachina makes its appearance in the heavens, the Fifth World will emerge." Hopi Blue Star Prophecy.

Blue Star Maiden Crystal Skull

Indigo Children

El Morya - Master of The Blue Ray - The Blue Star Kachina

If the Dogon are correct - the Nommo Gods are 'Aquatic': BLUE Water - came from creation - the Collective Flow - FISH - Pisces - Creation - Christ Consciousness - Return of Jesus or a Savior ...though I doubt that will happen in the projected illusion of or reality.

Why is Krishna colored blue? "One of the theories is that Vishnu [God] is blue because his association with water therefore all his incarnations including Krishna, are shown as such."

Osiris and Isis - Orion and Sirius - Sumer - Enki - Enlil - Mesopotamia - Dogons - Nommo - []Nibiru[/url] - Reptoids - our reptilian brain - merging of the right/left sides of our brain - duality - polarity - aliens returning for the gold which is metaphor for the alchemy of time and consciousness.