Friday, August 3, 2007

Stardust Memories

To me the night sky of the summer months is the most spectacular -- if you can actually view it away from the glare of city lights. The galactic center can be seen, as can my favorite star, Vega in the constellation of Lyra. The full moon at the end of July occurred a few degrees from this asterism, with Mars moving into Taurus aligning with the Pleiades. Both of these star systems are associated with old souls who migrated to Earth through stellar portals to assist with the energetic shifts of enlightenment, ascension, and earth changes. I feel a strong connection to Vega, which has been described as the star of sound healers. The Pleiadian constellation is believed to transmit energies to open the heart chakra.

My fascination with Vega, also know as Wega, started with dreams of Wegans landing outside of Seattle. I began to research its mythology and astrological meaning. Vega is a bright star in the constellation of Lyra, the Lyre. This is no ordinary harp, it belonged to Orpheus and thus this constellation is believed to give musical and artistic talents. It is also linked to magic and divine spells. Those who are influenced by it are spellbinding, touched by the other world. It was rising when one of the most charismatic composers of all time, Mozart, was born. Ketu, the south node, indicator of past lives and spiritual liberation aligns with Vega in the 12th house (healing/past lives)of my natal chart. No wonder it feels like home/ohm to me, and no wonder I am drawn to the magic of sound healing.

Vega was the pole star circa 10,000-12,000 BCE, and was then, according to Brady's Book of Stars, called Maat. Maat is the great Egyptian goddess who helped souls move from one life to another. I have always felt a calling to assist the dying cross over. So nearly 13,000 years ago Vega had a direct line of influence as the pole star. This time coincides with the shifting of the yugas to a descending, or sleep, cycle. As most of my earliest past life memories go back to the end of Atlantis and beginning of Egypt, I feel like my soul was drawn to the earth during that time assist in the shift. And now that we may be approaching the ascending half of the yugas, I am here to witness the shift once again and help people WAKE UP. [Are there any other Wegans out there? I'd love to hear from you as there aren't many of us here at this time.]

Most of the star seed tribes that I meet are from the Pleiades and Sirius, whose energy is referenced in many modern media symbols. For example, the term Subaru comes from the Japanese language meaning “unite”, as well as the constellation known in the west as the Pleiades. The Subaru logo is the six visible stars of the Pleiades. Toyota uses the Taurus symbol in its reference to the Pleiades, and Sirius radio shows a dog refering to Sirius, the dog star. Many ancient cultures had creation myths associated with these stars. In the Vedic tradition the six visible stars of the Pleiades are associated with the nakshatra Krittika. According to one of the many legends, the six wifes of the ancient Seers hid Shiva's son Skanda from the demons and trained him in the various systems of knowledge. His destiny was to destroy the demons and return heaven to the Gods. Thus the Pleiades, or Krittika, is a celestial training ground where one receives instruction on one's life purpose. It is also a place of refuge. According to many channeled teachings, some of the oldest root races originate from the star systems of Lyra and after some galactic calamity escaped to Pleiades and established an interstellar portal with the earth.

In 1968 Erik Von Daniken published Chariots of the Gods and opened the world to the idea of alien beings influencing the evolution of primitive humans, as evidenced in the archeological record. Eight years later Zecharia Sitchin presented more evidence gleened from ancient records of Sumeria and even the Bible itself. In The Twelfth Planet he describes a man-made planet, Niburu that is inhabited by our extraterrestrial ancestors, the Nephilim, who return to earth every 3600 years to see how their off world project is going. Nibiru has an orbit that is perpendicular to the ecliptic of our solar system, so we cannot see if from our viewpoint until it get close enough to show up like a glowing star.

A fellow astrologer recently forwarded an intriguing article to my meditation group. "Scientists Now Know" describes one theory on why our solar system is aligned at an odd angle to the Milky Way. (See This new astronomical theory suggests that our solar system originated from another galaxy, the Sagittarius Dwarf Galaxy, joining and merging with the Milky Way. We may actually come from the stardust of another galaxy. This possibility raises so many questions! Could the earth actually be the alien world? And are the chariots of the gods filled with native Milky Wayans who are trying to assist our converging solar system to assimilate the frequencies of the Milky Way galaxy?


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