By Robertino SolÓrion

25 October 2000


Our Brightest Star Sirius is also one of our closest at only 8.7 Light-Years. It is a large White Star that is officially designated as Sirius A. It is accompanied by a telescopically-only visible White Dwarf Star or "Neutron Star", referred to as Sirius B, as well as by a theoretical but as yet unseen smaller Sirius C.

 

Recent evidence (and I admit that the source eludes me at the moment) from astronomical observations seems to indicate that Earth's Sun's System and the Sirius System are traveling around the Galaxy as a unit, as a "sector". We slowly revolve around one another as we both revolve around the Galactic Center. There is a measurable "gravitational attraction" between the two.

Approximately 500,000 years ago, Sirius B existed as a Red Giant Star. It was "redder than Mars", according to later Greek Arcadian legends. It exploded and then collapsed in on itself to become ultimately the White Dwarf that it is today. In the course of this monumental Cosmic Event, one of the Planets in the Sirius System, the
Planet Nibiru, got blasted free from its Sirius Orbit into our nearby direction, where eventually it was gravitationally captured by our Sun as the so-called "Twelfth Planet"; and I should hasten to add that Zecharia Sitchin does NOT claim that this was the origin of the Planet Nibiru -- he simply states that this "Rogue" Planet drifted into our System, for unknown reasons.

The Planet Nibiru finally stabilized into an extremely elongated comet-like Orbit that stretches from near the Earth to the boundary of the Oort Cloud, the farthest limits of the Sun's gravity, about a Light-Year in distance. Its orbit lasts for 3,600 Earth Years; and for part of that time, probably one-fourth or one "season", as it were, it attaches itself by a tether to our North Pole. It becomes the periodic earthly abode of "The Gods" -- beyond the North, beyond the distant mountains where the North Wind rises.

Reproduced below are three articles which discuss this Sirian Origin, although the first is actually an excerpt from
Robert Temple's book "The Sirius Mystery". The essay by Vladimir Rubtsov is most enlightening. The third is a debunking of Temple and Griaule by Filip Coppins of a "Templar Lodge" in Scotland; and this article does not refer at all to a more recent book on this same subject, "The Sirius Connection" by Murry Hope, first published in 1990 and reprinted in 1996.

 

Griaule is not listed in Hope's index, but Temple is. I include this debunking essay here, merely for what it is. I personally choose not to believe it, as I have seen independent confirmation of the knowledge by the Dogon Tribe of "Digitaria" (Sirius B) long before it was visually discovered by astronomers at mid-century. The Dogon knew about its existence long before there were telescopes -- it is as simple as that.

As for the "wild dog" being "leashed" in a heavenly position near The Great Bear (Big Dipper), that is undoubtedly a reference to the "fearsome" Planet Nibiru being tethered or "leashed" electromagnetically to the North Pole at a ground-level visible height equal to that of The Great Bear. And it could be that the three objects that are linked mythologically to the Sirius System are not A, B and C -- but A, B, and Nibiru! Thus, images that point to The Cosmic Tree, like the Leashed Dog in the North Sky, are found interwoven into the mythology of Sirius.

It is my own contention that the Ancient Egyptian legend of "Osiris" and "Isis" originally referred to Red Giant Sirius B and its then smaller companion White Sirius A. The dismemberment of Osiris reflects the explosion that "dismembered" the Sirius System.

 

"Isis", however, was always intimately connected to the remaining still visible Sirius A.