BE YOUR LIGHT and by doing so you shall LIGHTEN UP YOUR WORLD ~Blossom Goodchild
I was reading in The Expected One by Kathleen McGowan that Mary Magdalene is The birth of Venus painting
Thanks to Nancy Kimimela ~ Administrator for this:
These ancient connections include the morning star, which is the planet Venus, as well as the possibility of a connection with the planet Mercury, the messenger.
Thanks to Aurua for finding this amulet for me wow I had to buy it!
Dragonfly Morning Star Amulet Rattle
Venus is the Planet of LOVE and home of Lord Sanat Kumara.
FROM SONJA’S SITE LIGHTGRID
Thanks to LORETTA ZATZMAN for this video
On Greek Orthodox ascension day I awoke with Morning Star in my head and ever since the universe has been slowly for some months now giving me more and more information on these words, I have been told that it is given to those who are to work with the Extraterrestrials, it is the Goddess energy of Mother Earth, it is the end of duality,the union of the light and the dark,it is pure balanced light,Christ light, soul integration healing all our multidimensional selves,parenting the innerchild, embracing our individuality whilst knowing our oneness our connection to each other on this planet and off our connection to everything,'There is not one bird that falls out of the sky without my knowledge'.
And thanks to ametrine for this:)@ 3.48 sec.Morning Star
Morning Star - Honored as Kachina by most Pueblo tribes, sign of courage and purity of spirit.....
I am putting this one here also as I always get feathers from White Cloud when I ask anything or when he is reaching me.
Feather - Sacred universal symbol of flight within the spirit world and serving as messenger to Great Spirit. White Cloud always gifts me with feathers as he guides me, I get them in the most unusual ways at just the right time, even to people who know about this being inspired to mail me one!
I just received this when he heard me talk about Morning Star on the below blog.
Kway Ms Brown...I am honord to become your friend in here.I am a Penobscot/Mic-Mac Native of the Wabanaki Confederation in the North Eastern U.S....now liveing in Tennessee helping my Cherokee brothers and sisters here.
The name Wabinaki means "Childeran Of The Morning Star"...We beleave we came from there...and our family will return to be with us one day...soon now.I first meet the Star Seed's and or Star Childeran when I became Medicine-man of the Pan American Ass. in Arcadia Fl. back in 88...and was told I am also one.
I have no doubt this Star and its people will and do have a part in all this.I greatly look nforward to any post's you may share with us here.My peoples name for Jesus is "Sazos".Love and light Kerrie
I got this comment from Lyn
This video certainly had me scrambling through my books and I have found some interesting info in John J Robinson's book "A Pilgrims Path" speculating on how the usage of lucifer (Latin - lucem ferre meaning bringer or bearer of light) has been misapplied and misused since the early time. Lucifer was the name given to the morning star now know as Venus. It's compelling reading. Robinson consulted with Hebrew scholars who say the original text in Hebrew was about a Babylonian king described as "Helal, son of Shahar" which meant "Day star, son of the Dawn" . Got lost in translation. It never ceases to amaze me how many times old illusions are dissolved with a little investigation. Thanks for posting.
A young man I just met on face book James Kelly:
times come for many young warriors here on earth. Especially young aussies with hearts of gold. I have come to know one of my native american indian guides Morning Star from 2009 since then I have connected on the shaman path. I recieve alot of dreams and channel in poetry and writings. I don't put myself out there to the world of the internet as a direct voice of channel but what I write at times from the ♥ amazes even the youngest of sleeping souls( the young aussies here who are still asleeep)
Here is Jame's poem
Aurora just gifted me with this titled Native American Morning Star!
MORNING STAR - Infinite possibilities, Hope, Renewal, sign for Venus, also the Goddess. Honored as a sign of courage and purity of Spirit. The Ghost Dance Religion saw it as a symbol of the coming renewal of tradition, re-birth of the ancient ways of living with Mother Earth.
After the Sun the most important of the celestial divinities among the Plains tribes is the Morning Star (Venus). The Pawnee priest, Tahirussawichi, describes him thus:
"The Morning Star is one of the lesser powers. Life and strength and fruitfulness are with the Morning Star. We are reverent toward it. Our fathers performed sacred ceremonies in its honor. The Morning Star is like a man; he is painted red all over; that is the color of life. He is clad in leggings and a robe is wrapped about him. On his head is a soft downy eagle's feather, painted red. This feather represents the soft, light cloud that is high in the heavens, and the red is the touch of a ray of the coming sun. The soft, downy feather is the symbol of breath and life."
This is the star for which the Pawnee watch, as the herald of the sun, in the great ritual chant to the solar god. "The star comes from a great distance, too far away for us to see the place where it starts. At first we can hardly see it; we lose sight of it, it is so far off; then we see it again, for it is coming steadily toward us all the time. We watch it approach; it comes nearer and nearer; its light grows brighter and brighter." A hymn is sung to the star. "As we sing, the Morning Star comes still nearer and now we see him standing there in the heavens, a strong man shining brighter and brighter. The soft plume in his hair moves with the breath of the new day, and the ray of the sun touches it with color. As he stands there so bright, he is bringing us strength and new life. As we look upon him he grows less bright, he is receding, going back to his dwelling place whence he came. We watch him vanishing, passing out of our sight. He has left with us the gift of life which Tirawa-atius sent him to bestow."
Formerly the Skidi Pawnee were accustomed to sacrifice a captive virgin to the Morning Star, her body being used magically to fertilize the fields of maize. A similar association of ideas, though on the plane of mythic poetry rather than on that of barbarous rite, seems to underlie the Blackfoot legend of Poïa, " Scarface," the Star Boy.
Long ago, according to this story, a maiden, Feather Woman, was sleeping in the grass beside her tipi. The Morning Star loved her, and she became with child. Thenceforth she suffered the disdain and ridicule of her tribesfolk, until one day, as she went to the river for water, she met a young man who proclaimed himself her husband, the Morning Star. "She saw in his hair a yellow plume, and in his hand a juniper branch with a spider web hanging from one end. He was tall and straight and his hair was long and shining. His beautiful clothes were of soft-tanned skins, and from them came a fragrance of pine and sweet grass." Morning Star placed the feather in her hair and, giving her the juniper branch, directed her to shut her eyes; she held the upper strand of the spider's web in her hand and placed her foot on the lower, and in a moment she was transported to the sky. Morning Star led her to the lodge of his parents, the Sun and the Moon; and there she gave birth to a son, Star Boy (the planet Jupiter). The Moon, her mother-in-law, gave her a root digger, saying, "This should be used only by pure women. You can dig all kinds of roots with it, but I warn you not to dig up the large turnip growing near the home of Spider Man." Curiosity eventually got the better of caution; Feather Woman, with the aid of two cranes, uprooted the forbidden turnip, and found that it covered a window in the sky looking down to the earth she had left; at sight of the camp of her tribesfolk she became sad with home-sickness, and the Sun, her husband's father, decreed that she must be banished from the sky, and be re-turned to earth. Morning Star led her to the home of Spider Man, whose web had drawn her to the sky, and, with a "medicine-bonnet" upon her head, and her babe, Star Boy, in her arms, she was lowered in an elk's skin to earth. Here, pining for her husband and the lost sky-land, Feather Woman soon died, having first told her story to her tribesfolk. Her son, Star Boy, grew up in poverty, and, because of a scar upon his face, was named Poïa, "Scarface." When he became a young man, he loved a chieftain's daughter; but she re-fused him because of his scar. Since a medicine-woman told him that this could be removed only by the Sun-God himself, Poïa set out for the lodge of the solar deity, travelling westward to the Pacific. For three days and three nights he lay on the shore fasting and praying; on the fourth day he beheld a bright trail leading across the water, and following it he came to the lodge of the Sun. In the sky-world Poïa killed seven huge birds that had threatened the life of Morning Star, and, as a reward, the Sun not only removed the scar from Poïa's face, but also taught him the ritual of the Sun-Dance and gave him raven feathers to wear as a sign that he came from the Sun, besides a lover's flute and a song which would win the heart of the maid whom he loved. The Sun then sent him back to earth — by way of the short path, Wolf Trail (the Milky Way) — telling him to instruct the Black-feet in the ritual of the dance. Afterward Poïa returned to the sky with the maiden of his choice.
"Morning Star," said the narrator of this myth, "was given to us as a sign to herald the coming of the Sun. . . . The `Star that stands still' (North Star) is different from other stars, because it never moves. All the other stars walk round it. It is a hole in the sky, the same hole through which So-at-sa-ki (Feather Woman) was first drawn up to the sky and then let down again to earth. It is the hole through which she gazed upon earth, after digging up the forbidden turnip. Its light is the radiance from the home of the Sun God shining through. The half circle of stars to the east (Northern Crown) is the lodge of the Spider Man, and the five bright stars just beyond (in the constellation of Hercules) are his five fingers, with which he spun the web, upon which Soatsaki was let down from the sky."
Corona Borealis is an important constellation in the mythic lore of nearly all the tribes of the Plains. According to the Pawnee, it is a circle of chiefs who are the guardians of the mystic sign of Tirawaatius, and the Pawnee society of Raritesharu (chiefs in charge of the rites given by Tirawa) paint their faces with the blue lines representing the arc of heaven and the path of descent, and wear upon their heads the featherdown symbol of celestial life. "The members of this society do not dance and sing; they talk quietly and try to be like the stars."
Ursa Major and the Pleiades are other constellations conspicuous in Indian myth. The Assiniboin regard the seven stars of Ursa Major as seven youths who were driven by poverty to transform themselves, and who rose to heaven by means of a spider's web. For the Blackfeet also these stars are seven brothers who have been pursued into the heavens by a huge bear (an interesting reversal of the Eskimo story). The Mandan believed this constellation to be an ermine; some of the Sioux held it to be a bier, followed by mourners. The Pleiades, in Blackfoot legend, are the "lost children," driven by poverty to take refuge in the sky.
Everywhere stars were associated with the dead. The Mandan considered them to be deceased men: when a child is born, a star descends to earth in human form; at death, it appears once more in the heavens as a star." A meteor was frequently regarded as a forerunner of death; and the Milky Way, as with the eastern tribes, is the path by which souls ascend into heaven
Morning Star (Cheyenne: Vóóhéhéve, also known by his Lakota Sioux name Tamílapéšni, Dull Knife) was a great chief to the Northern Cheyenne people during the 19th century. He was noted for his active resistance to Western expansion and the Federal government. It is due to the courage and determination held by Morning Star and other Cheyenne leaders that the Northern Cheyenne still possess a homeland in their traditional country (present-day Montana).
Although he was known as "Dull Knife" (or Motšêške Ôhnêxahpo in Cheyenne, a translation of his Lakota name) to local settlers, U.S. military leaders, and other American Indians, his Cheyenne name is Morning Star. A Cheyenne warrior in every sense of the word, Morning Star was described by many writers of the century as "an admirable outlaw" compared to others like Rob Roy and William Wallace.
In 1868, Morning Star represented his tribe at the signing of the Treaty of Fort Laramie. Following "Custer's Last Stand" at the Battle of Little Bighorn in 1876, Morning Star allied with the Sioux and other tribes against the United States. However, after a disastrous raid (the Dull Knife Fight) by American soldiers in which 153 lodges were destroyed and 500 war ponies captured, most of the Cheyenne were eventually forced to surrender. They were transported to the Indian Territory in Oklahoma.
Eventually, unable to hunt, the tribe suffered from starvation and disease until September 1878 when Morning Star began to lead the tribe north back toward their ancient homelands. Fighting through, the Cheyenne were able to outmaneuver Federal troops in the Nebraska Sand Hills until they were captured near Fort Robinson in Nebraska. The tribe was said to have taken apart their guns, hidden under blankets or worn as necklaces and bracelets by children. On January 8, 1879, the tribe again tried to escape north when most of the Cheyenne, mostly women and children, were killed by Federal troops. However a few of the tribe managed to escape, including Dull Knife.
Morning Star died in 1883 and was buried on a high hill near the Rosebud River overlooking the land where he had led his people.
CHEIF MORNING STAR
"If one knows the ecliptic and can pinpoint the present position of the planets in relation to the fixed star of the zodiac, it is possible to mark the exact place in the 360 degrees of the zodiac where the Morning star first appears shortly before sunrise after a period of invisibility. If we do this, waiting for the Morning star to appear again 584 days later (the orbital time of Venus) and mark its position in the zodiac, and then repeat this process until we have five positions of Venus as the Morning star, we will find that exactly eight years plus one day have passed. If we then draw a line from the first point marked to the second point marked, then to the third, and so on, we end up with a pentagram." (Dictionary of Symbols, 1991, pp. 333-334).
If the pentagram really did originate from tracing the path of the Morning Star, then it would be quite logical for Christians to associate it with Jesus Christ, since he, himself said,
"I am the root and the offspring of David, and the bright and morning star." (Revelations 22:16)
On our temples, this is one of the meanings that the symbol is intended to illustrate. It is used to represent the Savior of the world, the "bright and morning star".
Thanks to Sarah Tamara Sarah of White for this based on my Morning Star message
Two interlaced triangles, created by the six constellations from which the three Buddhas of Activity draw Their needed energy and to which They are uniquely related through Their individual karma. These two interlaced triangles are the cause of the six-pointed star, so familiar among the many occult symbols.
Morning Star so radiant and holy
Shine on me in my great hour of need
Jesus Christ so beautiful and lovely
Shine over me
Yes we have a lot to heal I feel,today I have had a lesson in discernment, yet again! I seem to be fine tuning this discernment thing,yesterday I got all excieted about discovering this
and now I am not so excieted about it,some of it rings true for me,yet now after reading it in it's entiety and feeling the energy of it, it no longer sits well with me,as you said that bit about homosexuals was not good and the more I read it, the more it sounded too much like religion to me.
I'm no religious expert, but funny I had the same thought, but no idea where it came from. And after sleeping on it and doing more research today, feel it's useful if one can pick and choose what they resonate with. And there is great info that really made me laugh! And then if you can stand back and interleave it with all the other info out there, it does give one a more wholistic Earth history that includes the dark side of religion that felt very authentic to me. (note, George's site & info does not contain any religious judgmental tones)
In my further explorations today, came across the most grounded least distorted info yet. So if interested, have included the link. Then found it's authors have 4 books out from the 90's and after reading the reviews found I'm drawn to buying them. Mainly because their approach around our history and with ET's is, in the end and no matter what happens or when regarding this shift, is all that will matter.
Bottom line, they promote diplomacy and something I hadn't considered. That is that full disclosure may not be the best approach as it may be too distracting to begin with. What might be a better approach is to begin our relationship the ET's as if we have no prior history or connection, so we can start from a clean place of diplomacy ~ but ONLY from a fully empowered human stance. So maybe they are waiting for a critical mass to accomplish this stance, so we can all make the most of this event drama-free. http://www.worldtrans.org/lyssa/tape101.html.
I couldn't read that one Ginger, who is it supposed to be? it sounded disrespectful,very sort of base, absolutely no divinity in it at all!
Yes I know Ginger what I was referring to was the link, who was it from? I couldn't see any info on the link? But I thought the content was missing substance.The tone was very flippant.I guess what I am saying there is balance with what we are discussing,balance between something being too religious and too ????? I am having trouble finding the word.... too devoid of Grace.
Anyway all we can do is follow what feels right for us ((Hugs))
It's at the bottom of the page it shows the following,
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Interesting how it spoke to me but not you. Maybe where you found flippant, I found dry humor? Maybe where you found lack of substance, I found a real sense of depth.
Thought it might be a mutually interesting piece to share, but just goes to show how much we are each unique, as well as depending upon our current mood, how we may interpret the tone & content. Or maybe I'm just dillusional ~ LOL!
Thank you for having a look anyways!
with many blessings of balance & grace,
with hugs back :)