I’ve been wondering for sometime about this enigmatic Sirius star system. It seems to have been revered or highly regarded by many different communities throughout the ages. In trying to figure out why this star keeps coming up on my quest for knowledge I did a search here on the forum and I came up with the following:
This was taken from the transcripts:
4 October 1997
Q: I have a few questions on the subject of Cassiopaea. On
several occasions you have described Cassiopaea or the
Cassiopaeans, the unified thought form light beings that
transmit through Cassiopaea, as being the 'front line of
the universe's system of natural balance.' On another
occasion when Roxanne was here, she was asking questions
about Isis and you said that Isis was a 'vanguard.' Now,
it seems to me that something that is at the front line is
also a vanguard - that the definitions are
interchangeable, or similar. In reading through all the
various myths and legends, it occurs to me that the
similarity between the imagery of Queen Cassiopaea and
Isis is quite striking. What is the relationship between
Queen Cassiopaea, archetypally speaking, and Isis?
Q: It is subliminal? The other thing I noticed about the
word 'Isis' is that it can be slightly altered to make 'I
Zeus.' And, Perseus can be 'per Zeus' and Persia can be
made to say 'per ziu.' One of the oldest etymological
roots for the word 'God' is 'ziu' from which we get 'deu.'
These all represent the English translation of 'for God,'
with Perceval being 'per ziu val' or 'strong for God.'
Could you comment on these relationships?
A: Interconnected by trilingual learning curve.
Q: Any further comments?
Q: I also noticed that the word 'Osiris' could also be
slightly modified to say 'of Sirius.' Comment, please.
A: Sirius was regarded highly in your "past."
Q: What was the foundation of this regard for Sirius?
A: "From whence cometh, is seen that which knows no
Q: Could you elaborate on that?
A: Could, but will not.
A: Because you can!
"From whence cometh, is seen that which knows no limitation."
That’s quite cyptic!
And also this:
Session Date 12 December 2010
Q: (L) Ok, now I’ve got this other book here “Lost Star of Myth and Time” – and his theory is about a companion star and the fact that the earth or the solar system is rotating around a common center of gravity, in tandem with this companion star. It is said that it is this orbit that creates the precession of the zodiac. He says that the precession is not a big wobble that the earth goes through, as it proceeds in a fairly direct course through the galaxy, but rather that it is this rotation around this common center of gravity with the companion star that produces the effect of precession. Now, is he on to something with his theory also about the precession of the zodiac?
Q: (L) OK, He points out some interesting effects in here. First of all, he mentioned recording the speed of the Earth’s rotation. They had a fixed telescope with crosshairs and they had a clock that was connected to some kind of super time clock that was extreme accurate, and they were recording exactly how long it took the Earth to rotate in respect of Sirius, Sirius being a fixed point. These researchers discovered that during the period of time, when Sirius B (Sirius’s companion, which is a dwarf), eclipsed Sirius A; it actually slowed the rotation of the Earth. Now, this is what their measurements showed. Something like 50 arc seconds. The slowing began a week before the eclipse, then after the eclipse the Earth actually sped up. By 50 arc seconds. So, there are two weeks of effects on the rotation of the Earth, caused by the eclipsing of Sirius A caused by its companion Sirius B as I remember, though I may have missed the exact time period. Now, the conclusion that he drew from this is that we are affected by being gravitationally connected to Sirius somehow. Anyhow, the conclusion that he draws is…- and he also points out that it seems that Sirius is heading in our direction; we are getting closer to Sirius - so, he theorizes that Sirius is our companion star. Is he correct about that?
A: Not Sol’s companion; but look in that direction for clues to your own little brother.
At least after this session, I discovered that there was actually some hard evidence with regard to Sirius’ effect on our planet.
Of course there are many other references on the forum that I came across such as this link about Sirius being erased off of google sky which is a bit odd:http://cassiopaea.org/forum/index.php/topic,23178.msg254036.html#msg254036
And an old post from Laura from January 15, 2009 where some of the other mysteries regarding Sirius such as how the Dogon tribe in Sudan had such accurate knowledge of this star system can be found here:http://cassiopaea.org/forum/index.php/topic,11466.msg81130.html#msg81130
Also weird to me is that Manly P. Hall barely even mentions it in his book Secret Teaching of All Ages when he goes into great detail about every other esoteric and mystery tradition. It is especially weird considering he was a Mason and this star apparently features prominently in that tradition too. It’s almost like he left it out on purpose.
From the following link: http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/bb/bluebook023.htm
I found these comments by Robert Anton Wilson which I thought were interesting:
One day, browsing in a bookstore, I came upon Gurdjieff: Making a New World, by J.G. Bennett. Guess my state of mind when I came upon the following passage:
After Gurdjieff died I was asked by some of the old pupils to write a commentary on Beelzebub. When I had written a few chapters and sent them around for comment, almost all agreed that it would be a mistake to publish them. If Gurdjieff had intended his meaning to be readily accessible to every reader, he would have written the book differently. He himself used to listen to chapters read aloud and if he found the key passages taken too easily -- and therefore almost inevitably too superficially -- he would rewrite them in order, as he put it, to "bury the dog deeper." When people corrected him and said he surely meant "bury the bone deeper," he would turn on them and say it was not "bones" but the "dog" that you have to find. The dog is Sirius the dog star, which stands for the spirit of wisdom in the Zoroastrian tradition.
Sirius again. "Coincidence," says the Skeptic, one more time. Beelzebub’s Tales to his Grandson, the book in question, concerns extraterrestrial Higher Intelligences who intervene repeatedly on Earth to accelerate evolution here. But, of course, that’s just a story...
"Recently, English playwright Heathcote Williams sent me a Xerox of There Is No More Firmament, a one-act play written by the pioneer surrealist, Antonin Artaud, back in the early 1920’s. This strange, weirdly suggestive drama certainly deserves to be mentioned as part of the Sirius Mystery.
"There Is No More Firmament begins with discordant music indicating ’a far-off cataclysm.’ The curtain rises on an ordinary street scene, with actors coming and going rapidly. There are bits of ordinary conversation (’Wines ... windowglass ... gold’s going down’), suggestions of violence and insanity (’He’s undressing me. Help, he’s ripping my dress off...’ ’I’m on fire, I’m burning, I’m going to jump’) and, finally, the word ’Sirius’ repeated in every tone of voice and every pitch of the scale: SIRIUS ... SIRIUS ... SIRIUS ... SIRIUS ... Then a loudspeaker thunders, ’THE GOVERNMENT URGES YOU TO REMAIN CALM.’
"Actors rush about claiming that the sun is getting bigger, the plague has broken out, there is thunder without lightning, etc. A reasonable voice tries to explain, ’It was a magnetic phenomenon...’ Then the loudspeaker tells us:
"STUPENDOUS DISCOVERY. SKY PHYSICALLY ABOLISHED. EARTH ONLY A MINUTE AWAY FROM SIRIUS. NO MORE FIRMAMENT.
"One actor claims it is the end of the world. Another says it is two worlds ramming each other.
"A group of scientists appear and disagree with each other vehemently about what is happening while a Revolutionary objects, ’It isn’t science anymore, it’s immoral.’ Another promises us, not very reassuringly, ’We won’t see the antichrist yet.’ Finally, one scientist comes forth to explain to the audience, ’The molecular grouping in Sirius is everything. These two forces, ours and theirs, had to be put in touch with each other.
"The curtain falls and violent percussion instruments and sirens create a din as the audience leaves.
"(For the curious, the whole text of this play can be found in Antonin Artaud, Collected Works, Vol. II. Calder and Boyars: London, 1971.)
"Artaud went ’insane’ about ten years after writing this play, and spent the World War II years in a mental hospital. After the war ended, he regained his ’sanity’ and lived his final years in Paris as a hero to the young intelligentsia, who regarded him as a prophet. The people who were allegedly ’sane’ during the years of Artaud’s hospitalization spent most of their time trying to blow up as much as possible of the civilized world."
Apparently Mauravieff also mentions something about Sirius in book 2 but I don’t have that one for reference. Has anyone come across this?
So, while researching this topic, all of this has really got me thinking even though I know I’ve only scratched the surface of the mountains of material on this subject. I also can’t help but wonder if this whole Sirius mystery is a gigantic spiderweb of wasted time ready to catch and hold one’s attention so that more important research is forgotten.
But for whatever reason, I keep coming back to this:
"From whence cometh, is seen that which knows no limitation." -hmmmm…
Well, seems I’m cought whether I want to be or not…