The Dog Star Sirius: Anubis The Guardian of Resurrection who guides the soul safely through the bardo states and stargates to be reborn.
“Those who become conscious of what’s going on have an easier time dealing with the multidimensional nature of the planet, conscience and reconciling past lives in which both good and evil were experienced.
This planet is an opportunity to lay to rest trauma and shame and become fully present as a responsible sovereign being who knows the difference between evil and good and takes responsibility for right action and thus is able to enter the Universal HUMAN Family led by “caring”, LOVE and Natural Moral Law.
Or the HUman (God Man) will repeat the lesson on the nature of good and evil, until deprograming from fantasy/delusion/separation (5 stage of awakening), address truth/natural law and take responsibility for right action in order to be ready to enter the Universal HUMAN Family where you breath LOVE.
The Satanic Death Cult of the occulted government has reversed the meaning of Anubis, to mean the god of the dead facing the west, death, instead of the east, new life. I doubt most satanist even know what’s going on.
The occulted government’s Death Cult would have you stuck in a psychic purgatory and forever taking orders and/or bullying others, instead of moving through the bardo to resurrection, freedom and the “Will of the I AM.” Their transhumanism and socalled “immortality” is an eternal prison worshiping the death of care, the death of their HUmanity (God Man).
Diffuse the Spells that try to Keep you Stuck
Every time the occulted government shoots down a plane with “wings”, it’s a spell trying to keep humans stuck in a low-frequency purgatory.
Diffuse the dark side’s spells and claim your wings of sovereignty, care and right action, in accordance with natural moral law and the I Am Presence of All Humanity.
We are being given help from the Dog Star Sirius, Ascension ETs, Ascended Masters, and Avatars while Ascension Stargates are OPENING.
The Original Watchdog?
Sirius – The Dog Star – Guardian of Ascension
According to cfapps7865:
“There is much evidence supporting the theory that what we know as the Sphinx was originally an Egyptian deity known as Anubis.
In ancient text the Sphinx was never referred to. It appears the Anubis was the original Sphinx. The Zodiac at Dendera, the oldest and original zodiac shows Cancer in the center, the start of Egyptian civilization.
So there was no age of Leo to the Egyptians, so the Sphinx as a lion doesn’t fit.”
Robert Temple: The Sphinx and Anubis
Solution For The Sphinx Mystery? ~ Anubis Theory
The Sphinx faces east and Resurrection!
According to MegalithomaniaUK:
Shrouded in mystery for centuries, the Sphinx of Giza has frustrated many who have attempted to discover its original purpose. Accounts exist of the Sphinx as an oracle, as a king s burial chamber and as a temple for initiation into the Hermetic Mysteries. Egyptologists have argued for decades about whether there are secret chambers underneath the Sphinx, why the head-to-body ratio is out of proportion and whose face adorns it.
Robert provides evidence that the exact size and position of the Sphinx were geometrically determined in relation to the Giza pyramids and that it was part of a pharaonic resurrection cult.
The theory concludes that the Sphinx was originally carved as a monumental crouching Anubis, the Egyptian jackal god of the necropolis.
Robert Temple is visiting professor of the history and philosophy of science at Tsinghua University in Beijing, a fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, and member of the Egypt Exploration Society, Royal Historical Society, Institute of Classical Studies, and the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies. He is the author of 12 books, including The Sirius Mystery, Oracles of the Dead, and The Genius of China. He and his wife, Olivia, also translated Aesop: The Complete Fables. They live in England and appeared at Megalithomania 2007, when Robert spoke about his research into ancient crystal lenses.
Pharaonic resurrection cult
Robert Temple’s website says:
“The Sphinx was originally a monumental Anubis, the Egyptian jackal god, and that its face is that of a Middle Kingdom Pharaoh, Amenemhet II, which was a later re-carving…
…During the Old Kingdom, the Sphinx as Anubis sat surrounded by a moat filled with water–called Jackal Lake in the ancient Pyramid Texts–where religious ceremonies were held.
…The exact size and position of the Sphinx were geometrically determined in relation to the pyramids of Cheops and Chephren and that it was part of a pharaonic resurrection cult.”
The weathering was caused by rainfall and annual flooding of the Nile. That would explain the horizontal as well as vertical weathering.
Before a new birth A Reckoning is Required
A reckoning with the karmic forces = feelings, attitudes and behaviors appear in the form of demons and spirits, and the person must face them in order to move on.
The Bardo States
According to Tibetan Buddhism (The Tibetan Book of the Dead) there are six main bardo experiences:
“Three are encountered during life and three are encountered after death.
A single life span is itself a bardo state, a transitional zone in a larger cycle of rebirths.
Dreams are bardo states that occur within the daily round, in the interval between falling asleep and waking; feelings of uncertainty, paranoia, and delusion are sometimes grouped with dreams on a looser interpretation of this second bardo state.
A meditative trance is a third type of bardo state, an intermediate zone between ordinary consciousness and enlightened awareness. These are the main bardo states of life.
Death involves bardo states as well.
On the Tibetan view, death is not an instantaneous event but a process taking several days, involving a successive dissociation of mind from body, which is manifested in characteristic outward signs.
During this process, the conscious mind experiences three main bardo states.
The first of these:
called the Chikai Bardo, is the experience of the death point, the moment at which the soul loses consciousness of objects and becomes aware only of itself.
The experience is described as a vivid formless light emanating from all sides.
At this moment, enlightenment lies close at hand, although one’s capacity to attain it depends on the extent to which one has achieved lucidity and detachment in one’s previous existence.
For most individuals the vision of light can only be sustained for a brief interval, after which the soul, caught in desire and delusion, regresses toward lower levels of existence.
In the second state:
called the Chonyid Bardo, the soul has visions involving a succession of deities: a series of beatific Buddhas in the first days, then a series of terrifying deities.
The text describes these visions as projections of the mind’s own consciousness, often involving a tension within the mind itself.
For example, the dazzling visions of the beatific deities are accompanied by duller visions of other beings that distract from the splendor of the former.
To be thus distracted is to give into anger, terror, pride, egotism, jealousy, and other weaknesses.
In contrast, to ignore the minor visions and to embrace the more awe-inspiring deities is to attain spiritual salvation through the very act.
A mind that fails to overcome these weaknesses encounters the darker, more horrific deities of the latter seven days.
Many of these visions are merely aspects of the Buddhas encountered in the first seven days, now made terrifying by the mind’s own weakness.
Liberation is still possible here simply by recognizing these beings for who they are.
Yet the act is also more difficult now because terror forces the mind to flee rather than to examine its experiences.
The third, most desperate stage:
A mind that has failed to free itself by this point enters the Sidpa Bardo.
Here the mind faces a host of hallucinations, including visions of pursuit by demons and furies, of being devoured and hacked to pieces.
A mind may linger here for many weeks—up to the forty-ninth day after death—depending on the faculties of the particular individual.
These experiences culminate in rebirth in some sentient form.
Whether one is reborn as human or animal, or is relegated for a time to one of the many Tibetan hells, or whether one achieves liberation from the entire cycle of life and rebirth, thus attaining Buddahood, depends on one’s success in overcoming weakness over the course of the cycle.
Although the Bardo Thodol is a guide to the bardo states experienced after death, it can only be read by the living.
It may be read in preparation for one’s own death, or at the deathbed of another.
Because the weaknesses attributed to the dead are all experienced by the living as well, a person learning to traverse the bardo states of death will learn to navigate better the bardo experiences of life as well.
In this sense the book is a guide to liberation across the entire cycle of human existence as conceived in Tibetan Buddhism.
According to Elana:
“This stage is similar to the idea of purgatory, where you need to see the truth of what you have done during your life.”
“If a person has lived in a way that has eased their own and others suffering, and if they have fought the demons well through the chonyid bardo, they will move on to live in a higher state of consciousness. If not, their energy will place itself within a lower form of life, to be given another chance later on.”
“The actual process of rebirth, where the person’s karmic energy transmigrates into another body, is called the sidpa bardo. “
Nirvana, or nothingness
“In some cases, the deceased person’s energy will have reached a full realization that the world and all its entanglements and desires are transitory illusions. Then, instead of being reborn, the energy will be released into nirvana, or nothingness.
This may seem scary or unattractive to people who follow theistic faiths, but in Buddhism, nothingness means pure consciousness. It is the goal of all sentient beings to let go of their individual consciousness for the sake of pure consciousness – it means complete and eternal freedom from suffering.”
William Henry: Path of Souls
William Henry is an internationally renowned author and investigative mythologist. He is the author of sixteen books and numerous DVD programs. William is recognized for his innovative interpretations, continual discoveries about ancient gateways, ascension, icons, human transformation and the light body.
The Mayans proclaimed that a ‘serpent rope’ will emerge from the galactic center during these unusual times. Piecing together ancient Sumerian, Egyptian and Mayan artwork and symbolism, William reveals this serpent rope is a wormhole, the long sought “Stargate of the Gods.”
Ancient stories assure us that stargates are real. They exist. Henry reveals the stargate secrets and the spiritual teachings of a lost, ancient culture of enlightened beings known as the Anunnaki, or the “Shining Ones,” gods of ancient Sumeria and Egypt. You’ll see vivid ancient art portraying Stargates and understand why it’s the symbol of renewal for our times and for individual selves.
I consider Earth the Planet of Ascension which includes resurrection but is much more.
Ascension Timeline and the Universal Human Family and New Worlds Universal Federation.
We all asked to come to Earth during these amazing times. And it has been an honor to be here, clearing old stuff, becoming responsible and preparing for a new, self-determined, life enhancing and fulfilling human experience ahead. The Divine SOUL AWAKENING that is occurring on the planet surpasses anything imaginable.
Sending Healing, Wisdom, and Understanding