Fresh into a new year in the western calendar, the brightest star in the sky, Sirius, is at its annual zenith ~ its highest point in the sky occurring at midnight on New Year’s Eve (which may be direct overhead or slightly angled, depending on where you are on the planet). The vibrational ‘flow’ from this star to Earth aligns strongly at this time (as well as during its mid-year peak during the Lion’s Gate period, calculated on the heliacal rise of Sirius from the Ancient Egyptian era and calendar).
We’re also coming into a ’12’ year (2019 = 2+0+1+9 = 12) vibrationally, and 12 represents the ‘circle of life’…expressing through western astrology as the circle of 12 zodiac signs, in Chinese astrology the 12 year cycle, the 12 months of the solar year, 12 lunar months of a lunar year, with a day being 2×12(24 hours). The…
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