After gaining understanding of the universe, I was now able to understand the dream I was given from God years ago. And now, I was also able to compare the knowledge I gained of the universe to other dreams He gave me that I couldn't understand years ago.
I referred back to dreams of anubis, the egyptian symbols and of orion. I also remembered that last year, I noticed that it was not just Rigel and Betelguise that had any significance when it came to understanding the Orion constellation, but Bellatrix and Saiph stars that also held significance when it came to percieving Orion's belt and I didn't know why until now.
I guess there's always a reason why God has always said, "First is first and next is next.." because when it comes to deductive reasoning, it is better to first, gather knowledge, then, put them together, like a string of pearls. So, now, when I percieved the Orion's belt with the knowledge I gained, I noticed that when connecting the stars, Bellatrix to Alnilam and connecting the three belt stars, Alnitak, Alnilam and Mintaka together, I saw the symbol of an ancient Eygptian staff called the "Was Sceptre". It was not only used to rule and worship but also well known for funeral rituals. And it was this staff, that Osiris, an ancient Egyptian god who was believed to represent the Great Shepherd (Orion), was often depicted, holding a Was Sceptre in many ancient artworks.
It wasn't just Osiris who was depicted holding this staff, but also Anubis and other gods and goddesses of ancient Egyptian artwork. Now, because the Orion's belt stars are not aligned in a straight line, but actually curved, due to Mintaka's angle, when connecting the dots from Bellatrix to Alnilam, and connecting the dots fromAlnilam to Alnitak and Alnilam to Mintaka, you will see a celestial depiction of a "Was Sceptre". And because of the slight curve in the connection of the belt stars, I knew it was not Saiph that was to be connected to Alnilam but Bellatrix, due to its remarkable comparison with the Was Sceptre, of how the tip also curved a similar way. This was the first symbol I was able to recognize when viewing the Orion's belt.
The second symbol I was able to see was the Ankh in the Orion constellation, in two ways, since they are depicted in two different ways. When connecting the dots from Saiph to Alnilam and connecting the dots from Betelguise to Rigel, I saw a cross and then imagined a circle from Alnilam to Bellatrix and saw that Mintaka was a wandering star within the circle. Because of this, I understood why the ancient Egyptian gods were depicted with a sun around their head or on top of their head with wings sometimes spread apart while they're hands were held together, which, connecting the dots from Alnilam to Alnitak would represent their arms and hands held together with their wings stretched out. Often, in this type of artwork, when an individual is depicted with wings spread apart and the sun around their head, they represent the Ankh themselves. The star within the circle (Mintaka) represented the Diety, which, in the case of many ancient Eygptian artwork, the star is also depicted as the sun. The ankh, in which the pharoahs or gods/goddesses are depicted carrying that are missing a star in the center of it because in other ancient artwork, is seen from a different perspective in the Orion constellation. Wherefore, this Ankh is seen when the dots are connected from Rigel to Alnilam and from Alnilam to the other two belt stars with a circle from Alnilam to Betelguise. This is the Ankh in which the ancient gods/goddesses are seen carrying. But sometimes, in other artwork, they are depicted as the other Ankh percieved in the Orion constellation in which they are the Ankh itself.
The third symbol I was able to see in the Orion stars was the Heqa sceptor. It literally looks like a shepherd's crook staff. By connecting the dots from Saiph to Alnitak, then from Alnitak to Alnilam, Mintaka, Bellatrix to Betelguise, I saw the shepherd's crook or the Heqa sceptor. So, I guess this was also why the ancient Egyptian gods/goddesses were also depicted holding the Heqa, with the neck, tilted upward, like the way the three belt stars are seen. And if you also connect the dots from Alnitak to Rigel, you will see the arm holding the staff.
The fourth symbol was the ancient Egyptian Flail. When I connected the dots from Saiph to Betelguise, I then imagined three lines, first from Betelguise to Alnitak, then Betelguise to Alnilam and finally, Betelguise to Mintaka which represents the ancient Egyptian Flail. The Flail and the Heqa are often seen together in each hand of the depicted individual.
The fifth symbol was the Eye. Or as ancient Egyptians called it the Eye of Horus or Ra. By connecting the dots from the star Betelguise to Mintaka and to Rigel, then from Rigel to Alnitak to Betelguise, the Alnilam star represents the All seeing Eye of god. In most ancient artwork, there is also a line drawn down from the middle of the eye. So, if I were to also connect the dots from Alnitak to Saiph and from Mintaka to Bellatrix, it is very similar to some ancient Egyptian artwork of the all seeing Eye with a line drawn down from the middle of the eye and a huge single eyebrow or eyelash going up from the eye. I understand why this was also depicted as the ancient Egyptian gods thousands of years ago. The orion's belt stars is posted throughout ancient Egypt in their ancient artwork. And they truly believed that this constellation marked the beginning and the end of life, as all the ancient gods of Egypt that were of both life and death, birth and destruction was seen in this constellation.
The sixth symbol is the Djed symbol. If I connected the dots from Rigel to Saiph to Betelguise to Bellatrix and back to Rigel again, and then drew a line in between each of the belt stars in the Orion to separate them in their own slim rectangular box, I would see the symbol Djed. And since the Eye is Alnilam, the middle of the Djed is often depicted in ancient Egyptian artwork with the Eyes of Horus or of some diety. And this is the another symbol in which the ancient Egyptions captured from the Orion constellation.
Most archeologists and Egyptologers question where the ancients got the various symbol ideas from, and I'm not trying to add any pun to it but being very literal when I say this, but, they got it from 'heaven'. So, perhaps, this is why the ancients worshipped the Orion, in which even the ancient Sumerians called, "the Great Shepherd". And they too, had similar symbols..
So, in the end, it's the way the stars are percieved that guides mankind into gaining knowledge from God, who hides Himself throughout the dreadful darkness of the universe but yet, reveals Himself through His' creation of everything that can be seen. The bible claims that Abram once had a dream.. he dreamt that a "dreadful darkness" came over him. Even he understood that God is like the Dark Energy that fills the universe.. it is unseen energy that can be manifested into anything God wants it to be. Who else can materialize things out of what seems to be nothing?? He truly is a very deep mystery.
And He reveals hidden secrets, wisdom, and even the future to those who believe. He revealed things to those who were open minded, willing to learn and willing to toss out all lies in order to start from scratch with the truth. People throughout history from Imhotep to Einstein, were all people who were dedicated to learning from something greater than themselves and mankind. They were open to an invisible, unseen being they knew existed, and even though they called Him many things, He gave them extraordinary knowledge that helped mankind advance in their way of life. All knowledge from God is beneficial.. it saves, it protects and it prospers mankind in many ways.. Any wisdom that does not have the power to do this, is not from God.
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