The Sirius Mystery, Aliens, Jupiter the Third Eye, Sirius and DNA social engineering (experiments) that may created the hybrids, The Dogon is associated with Enlil and Enlil then the Annuaki, then the Anubis is The Jackals, and the jackals is Annuaki hybrids, they are the Archons of this world that controls this world.
The archontes play an important mythological role in some Gnostic cosmologies. The seven spheres (the sun, moon, and the five planets Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn, bounded by the region of the fixed stars) are controlled by supernatural beings designated by various terms including archontes. Seven archontes are usually presided over by a chief archon, who is also the demiurge who created the world, and resides in the Ogdoad, the eighth region above the seven planetary spheres. Since the attainment of salvation is linked with attaining to the sphere of the —unknown God, passage through the concentric ranks of hostile archons is necessary.
One specific form of this myth is presented in the Coptic Gnostic treatise The Hypostasis of the Archons, where the archontes are said to guard the gates of the seven planetary spheres, impeding the upward movement of souls. Irenaeus is the earliest author to mention the names of the seven archons, which are so strikingly Hebraic that their Jewish origin appears highly likely (Adv. haer. 1.30): Ialdabaoth (the chief Archon), lao, Sabaoth, Adoneus, Eloeus, Oreus and Astanphaeus. Origen later provided a list of the seven archons in Ophite mythology (Contra Celsum 6.31): laldabaoth, Iao, Sabaoth, Adonaios, Astaphaios, Eloaios and Horaios, together with the specific formulas which must be used in order to get past each archon. A Gnostic sect named the Archontici took its name from the archons of the seven planetary spheres (the Gk term archontikoi, transliterated as archontici or archontiaci in Lat, is an adjective used as a substantive formed from archon; see Epiphanius Pan. 40.2). In the Apocryphon of John 48.10-17, the words of Gen 1:26, “Let us make man in our image and likeness” are attributed to the seven archons who created – Adam. This reflects the Jewish tradition that man was made by the angels (Irenaeus, Adv. haer. 1.24.1-2).
Saturn is technically – or traditionally – the Demiurge, the First Father of Chaos, the Grecian Cronus, or “Father Time.” All of the Bodies that live within the Sphere of Saturn are subject to the laws of time and space. He is the “keeper of Time” – the Lord of the Rings, symbolizing both the “bounds” of time/space consciousness, and the “bounds” of Physical Mortality. He is traditionally “placed” at the Top of the Ladder, and is thus believed to be the Seventh Gatekeeper. However, just as Satan was “cast from heaven into the Earth,” so too was Saturn deposed by Jupiter/Zeus and vanquished in war. In light of this, Saturn would then be moved to the bottom of the Ladder, the Chaos of Matter and Physicality.
Noticing the “position” of the Moon on the first rung however, leads one to conclude that Saturn/Satan must be the ground upon which the ladder stands! The solidity of matter – the densification of energy – arrested development leading to degradation and disintegration of pattern and form. The ladder needs to stand on a True and Level Stone. That Saturn’s orbit “encompasses” the inner Planetary Rulers is significant – for it is our Physical Body which “contains” the seven Churches (inner Organs). The “man of flesh” is the only suitable/capable vessel for the “Man of Spirit.” Thus it is that Saturn/Satan is associated Death, and the mortality of Flesh and Blood.
Jupiter/Jehovah, the Active Mind in the Body of the Demiurge (solar system) is therefore the Dominant character in the “drama” of the Old Testament. However, the Archons (lesser Gods) all play a role throughout the Bible, as evidenced by the plurality of titles or personas of “God.”
The warlike god associated with Mars, the jealous god, the vengeful god, and the judgmental god to name a few). All of these individual Archonic Aspects are described throughout the Old Testament, though all attributed to One Supreme God. What we find however is a “collective,” as defined by the plurality of the word Elohim – in One Body (the solar system). And just as in the Superior, so too in the Inferior – the Archons “move” or rotate/revolve within this body around a central Axis. Their “orders” and “locations” – hence relationships and influence – change according to preexistent cycles. Putting “two and two together,” we learn that everything is in flux, but in constant – always in motion, but always maintaining a constant influence, either little or great.
Dr. CHARNOCK thought serpent-worship might in some cases have originated through a wrong interpretation of proper names and the mixing up of mythology with the Scriptures. Thus Ops (i.e., Rhea or Semele), who was daughter of Ccelus and Terra, and whose name is really derived from ops, opis, riches, was supposed by some to have been called from, a serpent. Saturn (son of Ops) begat Jove, which is without doubt etymologically the same name as Jehovah. Saturn, Noah, and Janus have been thought to refer to the same deity ;. and Janus was represented by the Phoncians in the form of a serpent with his tail in his mouth. Osiris, Oceanus, Serapis, and Apis, and the patriarch Joseph, have been supposed to be identical. The Egyptian form of Apis is Afiewv, whilst Ofitov is rendered ” serpens,” and chelous, son of Oceanus, metamorphosed himself into a serpent. Again, the winged serpent Cnuphis or Cneph. in Egyptian mythology was esteemed the good genius and creator of the world. Canopus, pilot of Menelaus, was wrecked on the coast of Egypt, and died there of the bite of a serpent. After his death he was honoured with a monument, and a city erected and named after him, where he was worshipped under the name of Serapis. Further, the Hebrew seraph is rendered ” pytho,” whilst the plural, seraphim, is translated both ” winged serpents,” and bright or shining angels.”
Leadbeater, are as follows: First Chakra—The Moon; Second—Mercury; Third—Venus; Fourth—The Sun; Fifth—Mars; Sixth—Jupiter; and Seventh—Saturn.
Jupiter, the mightiest god in Roman mythology, was associated with the Egyptian supreme deity, Amun. After the Romans gained control of Egypt in 30 b.c., many of Egypt’s important gods were taken over by the Romans.
Jupiter, associated with the third eye. Jupiter and the solar eye or the all seeing eye, represented by jove or Jupiter.
Saturn =Horus, Bull of the Sky Jupiter=Horus …
Jupiter God of Sky (Air)
Saturn – the ‘father’ of Jupiter
“The Power of Jupiter JUPITER, Jove, or Zeus, king of the gods, supreme ruler of the universe, the special deity of mankind, the personification of the sky and of all the phenomena of the air, and the guardian of political order and peace”
Is Jupiter therefore the Third Eye of this world (Yahweh) and Saturn God of this world
He is called Yaldabaoth, he is the First Father of Chaos, the Great Architect of the universe (Order out of chaos)
Ancient writers identify this Jupiter disguised as a bull with the constellation Taurus.The 6th letter of the Hebrew alphabet is Vau (V). It is a simple letter connected with Taurus, and its meaning is an “eye.”
The middle of Orion’s belt (Alnilam) is the nature of Jupiter and Saturn. Manilius treats the stars of Orion’s belt differently from the stars of his two shoulders. He stresses that Alnilam gives enterprise in hunting and knowledge of the variety of ways to trap and capture one’s prey. In modern times hunting can be a metaphor for different activities of pursuit and capture.
The mouth of the (large) dog (Sirius), is the nature of Jupiter and Mars or Mars and Saturn. Sirius is the brightest star in the sky. As you may know, the ancient Egyptians began their calendar year when Sirius rose from the Sun during the summer. “Dog Days” refer to those hot days of summer that begin with the rising of Sirius.
The Sirius Mystery
Robert Temple. The Sirius Mystery,New Scientific Evidence Alien Contact 5.000 Years Ago (Rochester, VT: Destiny Books, 1998, originally published in England in 1979.)
With his hook, The Sirius Mystery Robert Temple was a pioneer in the study of the Dogon and, as his subtitle suggests, ‘alien contact 5,000 years ago.” Although the primary focus of his book is the Sirius star system, Temple makes some invaluable contributions to our undemanding of the Dogon religion. Dogon mythology indicates that the Sinus star system was associated with the first failed experiment. or the “first word,” whereas the second and third expcnments were identified with the Pleiades. Both star systems play significant rules in explaining the religion to the Dogon people. Other stars and some planets, including Venus and Jupiter, are also related to this mythology and discussed by the Dogon. The Nummo discusses the Dogon religion’s relationship to the star systems in more detail. It also relates the Dogon religion to the Arthurian legends, the Knights Templar, and the Freemasons.
The drawing of the twin star system kale like strands of DNA. The Dogon tribal diagram shows an oval containing symbols of Sinus A and Sinus B and their positions in orbit. Below this oval are two strands intertwined to show the path of Sirius B around Sirius A. Temple describes this part of the drawing as the Linear Extension.
It is interesting to note that Sothis (Sinus) in Egyptian meant pregnancy or “to be pregnant”. This factor suggests that the star system indeed symbolizes DNA in the womb.
The white dwarf star in the Sirius system being identified with the digitaria. Why did the Dogon use the word “digitaria” to describe one of these stars in the Sirius system; the word digitariai was identified with the bad seed and the jackal, but Temple identifies it with Sirius B, the white dwarf star. According to Temple, the Dogon said the star was small and invisible, and that in the Sigui ceremony it dominated ‘the attention of the male initiates.”.
Sirius B was indeed identified with the digitaria, since the jackal was male. The Dogon also said that Sirius B was seen as “relentlessly revolving around Sirius…and never capable of reaching it. Sirius A was identified with the Nummo and immortality. Immortality was seen to be unattainable to the jackal, so Sirius B could never reach Sirius A, an appropriate symbol in the religion. Sirius B was also invisible, which represented the jackal’s soullessness.
(Nibiru used to orbit around Sirius B; however, due to various celestial dynamics, the Anunnaki of Nibiru began to visit Earth 450,000 years ago. Temple reveals that the Sumerian Annunaki were often referred to as the “Sons of Anu” and contends that Anu may be the star Sirius. The symbol of Anu, the king of heaven in the Sumerian pantheon of gods, was the jackal).
In other information relating to the white dwarf star, the Dogon said the star contained three basic elements, air, fire, and water, and that “the element earth was replaced by a metal that was more shiny than iron and of such density that all of the beings on earth together could not lift a small part of it.” The metal was called sagala and was the root of the same word sagatara, which meant powerful and strong and designated a young man. I believe the word sagatara may be associated with the word “Sagittarius,” from the zodiac, whose glyph is an arrow. In Dogon mythology, the arrow is identified with the jackal and the smith and appeared on boundary stones associated with him. For three weeks after the birth of a male child in the Dogon society, the mother carried an arrow in her hand. This was intended to demonstrate the celestial origin of humanity. It copied the smith, who on his journey through space held an arrow in his hand. The arrow was also related to the descent of the ark itself. The shiny metal, sagala, of Sirius B was identified with males in the society. This further identifies the star with the digitaria and the jackal.
The Dogon also said the white dwarf star was extremely dense. “One actually says that if its diameter is compared to that of a stretched out cowhide or its size to that of a mortar board, it would weigh as much as 480 mule loads (about 35,000 kg). “The name of the white dwarf star was po tolo, which means “deep beginning.” Early on, die Dogon said the star of the po, a double of the germ of the whole creation, would be of considerable value to human beings. Later, when they saw it in the sky, it would be testimony of the renewal of the world for them. This indicates to me that the white dwarf star has some scientific connection to the beginning of life in the universe. A white dwarf represents a unique state of matter. Our sun will become a white dwarf when it reaches its final, burned out, collapsed state. “A star experiences an energy crisis and its core collapses when the star’s basic, non-renewable energy source—hydrogen—is used up. A shell of hydrogen on the edge of the collapsed core will be compressed and heated.” Hydrogen is part oxygen and part water. This is interesting as it relates to Dogon mythology because the first experiment, which was identified with the star, was said to be missing water. This dying sun may have been the reason why the Nummos’ world was dying and why they had ended up on Earth.
The symbolism suggests that Sirius B was the source of the first experiment and the life that was brought to Earth. Sirius A, on the other hand, symbolizes the Nummo. The Dogon also described a satellite, associated with Sirius, and known as the “sun of women,” which I believe was a red giant star and not a red dwarf as Robert Temple believed. Stars with masses close to that of our Sun become red giant stars in the later stages of their lives. When stars become red giants, the matter at the surface of the star, flows out and escapes eventually forming nebulae which then go on to create new planets and stars. From a mythological point of view the red giant star is associated with the Mistress of Speech’s sacrifice and regeneration. The Master of Speech is associated with Neith in Egyptian mythology and Athene in Greek mythology. The red star was described as being “four times as light” as Sirius B and travelled along a greater trajectory in the same direction and in the same time (50 years) as Sirius B.
In the Dogon religion, four was symbolic of the female. After red giants expel their matter, they become white dwarfs and I believe Sirius B and emme ya lobo, the red giant were the same star. This suggests that the themes of “twinness” and androgyny were replicated in the Sirius star system in the same way that they were shown in other aspects of the Dogon culture. The star system identifies the three main characters of the “first word,” including the Nummo (Sirius A), the androgynous sibling (the red giant), and the jackal (Sirius B). It symbolizes the first failed experiment and the hybrids born as a result of the experiment (Annuaki) or maybe the Sirians – negative entities.
Nibiru used to orbit around Sirius B; however, due to various celestial dynamics, the Anunnaki of Nibiru began to visit Earth 450,000 years ago. Temple reveals that the Sumerian Annunaki were often referred to as the “Sons of Anu” and contends that Anu may be the star Sirius. The symbol of Anu, the king of heaven in the Sumerian pantheon of gods, was the jackal.
Temple relates Anubis, or the jackal, to time in relation to the orbit of Sirius B around Sirius A:
We also find him described as ‘time’, a particularly intelligent way of looking at an orbit as progressive and sequential as time. ‘Time the devourer’, a motif ‘ common to us all, is no stranger to the Egyptians. It should not surprise us that Anubis is also represented as a devourer.
We also find him described as ‘time’, a particularly intelligent way of looking at an orbit as progressive and sequential as time. ‘Time the devourer’, a motif common to us all, is no stranger to the Egyptians. It should not surprise us that Anubis is also represented as a devourer!
The jackal’s association with time – Time represents mortality because in an immortal world time would be insignificant. In a mortal world, where everything is measured against life, which lives and dies, time is perceived as a devourer. Temple also quotes Frank Cole Babbitt’s translation of Plutarch, whose precise description of Anubis was “the combined relation of the things”. Temple points out that a circular orbit is “a combined relation between the star revolving and the star revolved around. Barbour says the world is relational. It is about how real things relate to other real things.
Acknowledging this is important to understanding the quantum universe. The universe is composed of relative simultaneous situations. Barbour describes his concept of the universe as “everything that can potentially exist, and everything that is logically possible, is taken into account, and is affected by everything else.” As we learned in earlier chapters, the jackal was associated with the “divining table” in the Dogon religion and with Enlil’s “tablets of destiny” in Sumerian mythology. He was also associated with time in relation to the white dwarf star, which may have had some scientific connection as yet unknown to us. The jackal’s association with time is reinforced in this next passage from Temple, who is quoting L.A. Wallis Budge:
Others again are of the opinion that by Anubis is meant Time, and that his denomination of Kuon [the Greek word for ‘dog”] does not so much allude to any likeness which he has to the dog, though this be the general rendering of the word, as to that other significance of the term taken from breeding, because Time begets all things out of itself, bearing them within itself, as it were in a womb. But this is one of those secret doctrines which are more fully made known to those who are initiated into the worship of Anubis – Jackals (Sirius).
The Dogon is associated with Enlil and Enlil then the Annuaki, then the Anubis is The Jackals, and the jackals is Annuaki hybrids, they are the Archons of this world that controls this world. Thoth was a jackal or Anubis.