Sirus, "the dog star" is the chief star of the Canis Major (big dog)
constellation. The worship of Sirius is tied to ancient Egypt, it was
observed that the rising of this star coincided with the flooding of the
Nile. In Egyptian mythology Sirius represented Isis, one of the many names
used to represent the "star goddess".
The worship of the 8 pointed star continues to this day; as we can see from the
Rider-Waite tarot card for "The Star" Sirius was tied to Aquarius, the water
bearer of the horoscope. In the occult world the "Age of Aquarius" is
synonymous with the "age of reason" of 18th century France and America and
continues with the new age movement of today. The 'age of Pieces' (Christ)
must come to an end in order for the
'age of Aquarius' to begin.
Every summer at sunrise on July 3rd the 'dog days" begin yet again
lasting until August 11th according to the tradition of the Old Farmer's
Almanac. Could this July 3rd mark the beginning of this new age of Aquarius?
Could July 3rd be the birthday of the antichrist? Dates and the movement of
the stars are very important to occultists so anything is possible. This is
definitely a date to keep your eye on.
Now that I've given you just a sliver of understanding about the
importance of Sirius in the occult world you should have new insight into the occult meaning hidden in plain sight in the following links. Just
remember when you hear a song, see a movie or read a book that waxes
eloquent about stars and rainbows there's more to it than meets the eye.
Below are just a few examples to pique your interest.
When you wish upon a star your dreams come true, just ask stars like
Heath Ledger and Amy Winehouse. Disney's penchant for not always subtle occult symbolism is well
documented. Look at Geppetto praying to Sirius.
"Eye in the Sky" is another name for the eye of Horus, that eye
over the pyramid on the back of the dollar bill. It is also a
nickname for the satellites that track our every move, listen to the
She admits that she is a witch, I see no reason to doubt it.
Yoko Ono was John Lennon's not always sucessful handler. It appears
that towards the end of his life Lennon made an attempt to break
free of his programming and paid the ultimate price. In his final
Playboy interview he made mention of the CIA connection to the LSD
trade and there was even a conversion to Christianity which was
stimied by the fact that he sought out Rex Humbard instead of Jesus
Christ. Did Lennon find Christ? I hope so.
Even squeaky clean Paul McCartney
gets into the act in this 1974 album filled with veiled occult
references and songs like "Spirits of Ancient Egypt". In the song
"Letting Go" is the line "Like a Lucifer she'll always shine"
referring to the Lucifer (angel of light) and Sirius connection.