Sirius

Sirus is a star in the constellation Canis Major, that represents the female energy of the Milkyway galaxy, while Orion represents the female masculine energy. In Egypt, Sirius was worshipped as the goddess Isis and Orion as the god Osiris. The rise of Sirius coincided with the rise of the Nile and its fertility season. The disappearance of Sirius behind the sun represented Isis on a search for Osiris in the underworld.

As symbol of the Divine Feminine, Sirius is seen as a guide to the inner world. Because of its association with Canis Major it was also called the Dog Star.

The 3 pyramids of Gizeh are a mirror image of the three stars of the belt of Orion. The pyramid shafts were aligned with Orion and Sirius as they served as a stargate, sexual union of the male and female. The yearly death-rebirth cycle of the sun, was synchronised with the death-rebirth cycle of the Divine Feminine and Masculine Sirius and Orion and the inundation cycle of the Nile as the River of Life.

The first card of the Tarot, the Fool represents Orion and Sirius, at the beginning of the annual cycle.

Because the worship of Sirius became associated with sacrifice, it became the Death Star (origin of the word 'serious').

In Christianity Sirius was worshipped as John the Baptist.

The masonic US Declaration of Independance on july 4 represented the 'independance' of Sirius of the sun.

The Ordo Templi Orientis continued the worship of Sirius, the Eastern Star.

Jim Carrey (JC like Jesus Christ) in The Truman Show receives his first clue in the form of a fallen lamp with label Sirius.

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