Intermittently, we do have dreams about a huge spaceship hovering above the night sky, its colored lights aflicker–that seemed to have a mind of its own, intent on doing us harm. Our heart would seem to jump out of our rib cage, and we would cower in fear. We would dart around, and the spaceship would always be a constant above our heads, seemingly intent to bomb us out. The constant theme is that we have nowhere to hide.
We have this epiphany of late that we have to embrace the spaceship–perhaps it is there to fetch us, to bring us to our origin in the stars. The Orion Constellation has a huge vibe with us–the Orion’s Belt in particular, also known as the Three Kings. Deep within we feel that the Three Kings are in the palm of our hand and that one of our past lives was being a royalty in Ancient Egypt.
Babylonians knew Orion as MUL.SIPA.ZI.AN.NA or The Heavenly Shepherd (The True Shepherd of Anu) in the Late Bronze Age and associated the constellation with Anu, the god of the heavenly realms. Egyptians associated it with Osiris, the god of death, afterlife and rebirth. Orion was also identified with Unas, the last Pharaoh of the Fifth Dynasty, who was said to have eaten the flesh of his enemies and devoured the gods themselves to become great and bring inheritance of his power. According to myth, Unas travels through the sky to become the star Sabu, or Orion.
Because pharaohs were believed to be transformed into Osiris after death, some of the greatest pyramids – the ones at Giza – were built to mirror the pattern of the stars in the constellation. To make the transformation easier, the air shaft in the King’s Chamber in the Great Pyramid was aligned with the star Alnitak, Zeta Orionis, the easternmost star in Orion’s Belt.
The Orion’s Belt seem to speak to us in tones easy to understand. Perhaps it has something to do with a new dimension the Earth is brought into.
And no, we have not lost our mind.