Cosmic Weather Report: Sirius Rising and the Divine Feminine

The star grouping that we call Sirius has been conjunct our Sun making it hidden from our view since about May 23, 2011. This happens every year for about seventy days. Then Sirius can be seen rising just before the Sun. This is called the heliacal rising of Sirius. The conjunction of Sirius and the Sun does not occur at the same time in all latitudes, and is not constant in the same region for a long period. This year the heliacal rising occurs on August 7 in the San Francisco Bay Area.

In the Milky Way Galaxy Sirius is "upstream" of our Solar System. So energy and information from the Galactic Center comes to us via Sirius. Sirius is also a portal from other star systems. A lot of the Star Families have come to Earth through Sirius.

In ancient Egypt the Gods and Goddesses (especially Isis) were believed to have come from Sirius. Their Thirteen Moon Calendar was based on the heliacal rising of Sirius, which occurred on July 26 in that time and place. So Happy New Year!

This is an opportunity to receive new transmissions from the Galactic Center. I encourage you to focus on the Divine Feminine energy that Sirius offers us, especially during this time of the year. In your inner journeys you can travel to the Temple of Isis. Open yourself to receive her love. We could all use a yummy mom-hug!

Below is a picture of where you will find Sirius at her heliacal rising. Look to the eastern horizon just before the Sun rises. If you see Orion's belt (three stars in a row) and look down you will see the very bright shine of Sirius. 

Image of Sirius

With Love and Gratitude,

Sarah Biermann




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Sarah Biermann

Sarah Biermann is the founder of ImagiCreation technique. Sarah is a clairvoyant and highly empathic intuitive counselor and healer. She is able to perceive your life lessons, dysfunctional belief systems and the past lives that are limiting your ability to express your divine plan and live your dreams.


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