Paul is Dead at the End of the World Jun 3, 2012 5:42:00 GMT -5
Post by on Jun 3, 2012 5:42:00 GMT -5
Aldebaran, "The Eye of Illumination"
Aldebaran, the brightest star in the constellation Taurus the Bull, rises in the fall at sunset, and is the thirteenth brightest star in the sky. Its name comes from the Arabic Al Dabaran, the Follower, because Aldebaran appears to follow the Pleiades through the night sky.
As the Eye of the Bull, Aldebaran is called the Eye of Revelation. It is referred to by astronomers and cosmologists as the Eastern Royal Star, one of the four Royal Stars considered the sentinels watching over other stars. It is also known as the Buddha’s star, the Star of Illumination, and God’s Eye. This magnificent star has been used for centuries in navigation, and is known by many civilizations to be connected with the spirits of rain and the fertility of the earth. Approximately 5,000 years ago, the rising of Aldebaran marked the vernal equinox (1) and marked the beginning of the Babylonian new year.
so this os June 17 - 18th, Avec Venus
it's a Birthday!
Are we even here?
I can carry you!
rain and fertility. cows in the grass before a storm.
i did a lot of research on this a while back if you remember... aleph lamed and the history of the lions gate. mycenaen minoan mystery and the twin ax. a bird resting o the ax. canals of blood and little pools for libations. very strange. especially when i realized those really violent movies were put out by a company called lions gate. its a bit of a rabbit hole and wwild goose chase. domestication of animal and whatnot. one of the foundations. terence mckenna and his theories. be careful.
The Lion's Gate is open.