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Ancient Egypt and Isis

Posted in: 13. Egypt (Isis) by Moon Elf on August 08, 2009

Entrusted with the wisdom and knowledge of an earlier and now forgotten civilization, the Ancient Egyptians believed that the Star Sirius held the key to the destiny of their world, and to their own personal immortality.

Their beliefs were based on a series of texts, already ancient in their time, which described special “Star Medicines” that resonated with the energy of Sirius and were capable of transforming their bodies into a higher immortal form.

Isis, the Great Mother, embodied in the star Sirius, brought a spiraling, resonant harmony to the Earth, a pattern of Great Force in the atmospheric aether, that not only set time, but sought to shape matter as well, manifesting a natural, aesthetic form called the Golden Ratio, or “Divine Proportion” in all her creations.

The throne was her symbol. It represented the foundational pattern on which Kingship and Civilization were structured. The symbol for Sirius was the pyramid. This symbol also represented the divine, harmonizing power of Sirius/Isis as the source of initation on Earth – a necessary mystical process that each ruler must complete.

Independance Day, July 4, to coincide with the annual Sun-Sirius conjunction, the day when the forces of RA and Sirius are in a unified alignment with Earth.

In the “Maxims of Ptahotep”, we are all urged, “Follow the Heart for as long as you live”,, for it is this organ that retains the greatest sensitivity to the harmonizing, archetypal forces of Sirius, it becomes our “listening place”, for the Sirian/Isian message of Eternal Love, Knowledge, and Understanding.



Posted in: Zaroastrianism / Zarathustra by Moon Elf on

R U Sirius, Syrius, Cyrus?? Funny Fact:  Cyrus – the king who freed the Jews in ancient Babylon (wow there too not just Egypt?) led the people (later supposedly known as Syrians (synonymous with Christian though there was no Christ at that time and supposedly named after Cyrus though the spelling is different lol) – language at the time was Aramaic (later called Syriac lol) — However, Cyrus was not a Christian (timeframe see note above) and was in fact a Zaroastrian – founded by Zarathustra and was the first “known” monotheistic religion that Christianity was supposedly derived after but the Xians got it all wrong as it was initially also still a very Earth based religion

 The Magi are familiar to us today, mainly through the story of the Birth of Jesus (Nativity). The three Magi or three wise men, were the kings or priests from the East who recognized Jesus was being born, and went to search for him, and present him with gifts. Effectively the Magi were Zoroastrian priests.

 The Magi are also known to have been well versed in the occult sciences of their time, sciences such as astrology. However, this was part of the heritage that they received from their pre-Zoroastrian phase. No such sciences were taught by Zarathushtra himself, nor by any of his teachings.

 While the Magi later in their existence became part of the Zoroastrian priesthood, they were not at the time of Zarathushtra. And Zarathushtra was not a Magus