Orion descended to the underworld as Osiris. Let us explore the realms of Orion together, shedding light and love on all we encounter. Orion is of the Light - and fell - and is now to become LIGHT again, just as our beloved EARTH. We are ONE.
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There are "good ones" and "bad ones"
And both are here on Earth.
Are we ready to keep from judging?
If so, we will lay the foundations for Ascension not only of the Earth but also of Orion ...
One of the most easily recognized of all constellations, Orion lies near to the Milky Way, and thus contains many open clusters and some of the best nebulae in the heavens. Led by the bright stars Betelgeuse and Rigel, this constellation holds many fine telescopic and binocular objects, along with some of the most photographed regions of the sky. Its arrival in the night sky in December signals the beginning of the winter observing season, with its crisp, clear nights and fine “seeing”. So bundle up, make some coffee or hot chocolate, and get out under the stars for some of the finest observing of the year!
Because of its position in the sky, Orion can be seen by both the northern and southern hemisphere. So it is useful as an aid to locate other stars Sirius (α CMa) can be found by extending the line of the Belt southeastward. Sirius is the brightest star in the night sky with a visual apparent magnitude of −1.46. Aldebaran (α Tau) can be found by extending the line of the Belt northwestward.It is the brightest star in the constellation Taurus. The direction of Procyon (α CMi) can be seen as a line eastward across the two shoulders. It is the brightest star in the constellation Canis Minor. Although it looks like a single star it is a binary star. Betelgeuse points to Castor and Pollux (α Gem and β Gem) through a line from Rigel. Betelgeuse is a variable star and a red super giant. Castor and Pollux are the heads of the twins of the constellation Gemini. Sirius and Procyon can be located from Orion by tracing lines. These two stars are part of the Winter Triangle, the other star is Betelgeuse.
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