What is Lions Gate?

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What is Lions Gate?

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Was looking this up tonight and decided to share. Hopeful I can spark some of the interesting conversations I used to have here in years past. I am interested to know if there was anything held at the Pyramids to mark this occasion? :D :D :D
This is from https://www.moonomens.com/lions-gate-2020/
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The 8th day of the 8th month of the year represents a particularly significant date. While the Sun is in its home sign Leo, we experience a specific alignment between the Earth and the fixed star Sirius that activates what is known as the Lion’s Gate.

The activation of this Celestial Stargate has been influencing us since the end of July, and its energy will be available to us until the end of Leo season. Both our individual frequencies and the electromagnetic field of the whole planet are strongly affected by this alignment.

During these days, there is a strong possibility of sudden spiritual and kundalini awakenings, the spontaneous opening of blocked chakras, potent downloads from our Higher Self and Spirit Guides, visitation from Angels, Archangels, and higher dimensional beings. We could also experience visions of future or past lives, psychic abilities unlocking, unintentional astral travels, vivid and intense lucid dreaming.

Ancient civilizations have celebrated this cosmic event for thousands of years. The alignment between the Earth, Sirius, and the Sun has a powerful effect on our DNA and on the frequency of the entire Earth. The function of the Lion’s Gate Portal Activation is to prepare our physical, mental, emotional, and etheric bodies for a significant shift in consciousness.Back around 3000 BC, the rising of Sirius marked the beginning of the Egyptian New Year: it coincided with the flooding of the Nile River, which fertilized the farmlands. For this reason, Sirius to them represented abundance, benevolence, and luck. It was associated with the Goddess Isis, a healer and a magician, who ruled over fertility, motherhood, and the process of death and rebirth.

The heliacal rising of Sirius happens during the “Dog Days” of Summer, the hottest ones, that take their name from the Dog Star. The exact astronomical event this year will be on August 15-16, depending on the latitude where we live, but we are going to feel the effects of Sirius’ alignment with the Earth and the Sun throughout the whole Leo Season.



Sirius: Our Spiritual Sun


Sirius is the most shining star in the sky: it is twenty to forty times brighter than our Sun. Also known as Alpha Canis Majoris or the Dog Star, it is a Fixed Star: this means it does not move. It is placed at 14 degrees Cancer: if you have planets on this degree, Sirius has a particular significance for you.

Each year, around this time, we experience the heliacal rising of Sirius: this means that it will be possible to see Sirius before sunrise, after it has been hidden from daylight for about 70 days.

Sirius is also called our “Spiritual Sun”: its influence is traditionally considered beneficial. Although it is not often taken into account in Modern Astrology, Sirius had a huge importance in Ancient Egyptian Astronomy and Astrology. All Egyptian temples were built according to their alignment with the stars and in fact, during the Lion’s Gate, the Orion Belt forms an exact alignment with Giza Pyramids.

Back around 3000 BC, the rising of Sirius marked the beginning of the Egyptian New Year: it coincided with the flooding of the Nile River, which fertilized the farmlands. For this reason, Sirius to them represented abundance, benevolence, and luck. It was associated with the Goddess Isis, a healer and a magician, who ruled over fertility, motherhood, and the process of death and rebirth.

The heliacal rising of Sirius happens during the “Dog Days” of Summer, the hottest ones, that take their name from the Dog Star. The exact astronomical event this year will be on August 15-16, depending on the latitude where we live, but we are going to feel the effects of Sirius’ alignment with the Earth and the Sun throughout the whole Leo Season.


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