The New Year and the Brightest Star Sirius

@lyanhnan (159)
Thrissur, India
December 28, 2016 1:48am CST
Did you know that Sirius, the brightest star in the sky, is also called the New Year’s star. Sirius is highest in the sky at midnight every New Year’s. Sirius signifies Transformations, and maybe that is why the ancients made new year resolutions. Choosing to transfer ourselves and knowingly. The ancients taught us that energies and powers of this star are instrumental in our transformation.
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@ptrikha_2 (5808)
• India
28 Dec
That is quite an interesting piece of information. You are deep into astronomy?
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@lyanhnan (159)
• Thrissur, India
28 Dec
not deep but very interested. I like to look beyond the star and watch the night sky. So mind boggling trying to think what all could be out there.
@magallon (17369)
• Philippines
28 Dec
that is a nice info...thanks for sharing...
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@lyanhnan (159)
• Thrissur, India
28 Dec
It feel really wonderful to be sharing things here.
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@magallon (17369)
• Philippines
29 Dec
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@DianneN (59951)
• United States
30 Dec
I did not know that, but will certainly look for it!
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@lyanhnan (159)
• Thrissur, India
30 Dec
Yes, the ancients, it seems knew of the celestial synchronicity. That is why this is so deeply embedded in our cultural celebrations of New Year’s Eve year after year.
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• New Delhi, India
28 Dec
Thanks for sharing...it was good to read
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@lyanhnan (159)
• Thrissur, India
28 Dec
You are welcome. So good to be discussing such things here.