Sirius

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A section of the night sky. The brightest star is Sirius.

The God Star, Sirius, (known as the “Dog Star”) is the seat of God-government in this sector of our galaxy. It is held by astronomers to be a binary star of the constellation Canis Major and is the brightest star in the heavens.

Sirius A, the brighter of the two stars, is a blue-white star that is twenty-three times as bright as our sun. Sirius B is a white dwarf star that is not visible to the naked eye. In the revolving of the lesser sun around the greater, we see the devotion of chela Cuzco to the guru Surya.

In a spiritual sense, all have come from Sirius. It is our point of origin and our home at the deepest level of our being. As Jesus said, “In my Father’s house are many mansions.... I go to prepare a place for you,”[1] so we understand that there is indeed a mansion, a castle of light on Sirius, our original home that we left so long ago.

The Court of the Sacred Fire is located on the God Star, Sirius.

See also

Surya

Cuzco

Court of the Sacred Fire

Sources

Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, The Masters and Their Retreats, s.v. “Surya.”

  1. John 14:2–3.