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We are in a binary star system with Sirius. What do you think?

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We are in a binary star system with Sirius. What do you think?

Sirius, the 'Dog Star', the brightest star in the nights sky. Part of the constellation Canis Major, one of three stars in the 'Winter Triangle'. With a Magnetic (feminine) energy, a portal star that can take us to different realms and dimensions.

http://www.watershedartsmedia.eu/images/Langendi/SunSirius.jpg

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6 hours ago, Mark Joseph Middleton said:

I think everything in the universe could be mapped together, and that would be helpful. Sirius (some call serious),  and when it influences or effects the earth. At the moment its not even considered that planets other than the sun or moon effect the earth by mainstream science which even to the layman might appear silly with something the size of Jupiter roaming around nearby. But there you go :) Not sure if that helps or not, but if you were to consider the possibility that several galaxies and suns were effecting each other rather than just going on their way individually that would get us a step closer to the truth.

I wonder what kind of 'pull' Sirius will have on us, as it gets closer.

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