Nov 24, 2023 | by Vivian Hurley |
On November 27, 4:16am EST, the Full Moon at 4Gemini51 illuminates the Pleiades Star Cluster (29 Taurus – 0 Gemini), also known as The Seven Sisters.
In ancient Egypt seven priestesses called the Seven Hathors, represented by seven cows, composed the celestial herd that provided nourishment by way of the milk to her worshippers (The Milky Way). The herd is observed in the sky as a group of stars, the Pleiades, near Aldebaran in the constellation of the Bull.
The Temple of Dendera in Egypt, was dedicated to Hathor and contains the Dendera Zodiac. This Zodiac dates back at least 14,000 years and points to the origins of the Goddess. Hathor was considered Mother of the Universe, the Great Mother, the cow goddess, from whose udders stream the brilliant stars that form our Milky Way Galaxy.
In the Middle East, they were known as the Seven Pillars of Wisdom. In Southeast Asia they were the Krittikas, or Seven Mothers of the World. In Greek mythology, they were the seven daughters of Atlas, the Titan who held up the sky. In Gnostic & Greek Temples, the seven pillars were caryatids (a stone carving of a draped female figure) associated with the shrine of Sophia, Mother of Wisdom.
The Seven legendary priestesses were said to have founded major oracles/shrines in the ancient world. They are connected to a lineage of divine females that came to Earth thousands of years ago. They were instrumental in helping to create various civilizations all around the world. They have always helped Earth and are here to help create a new phase of humanity. They emit the frequency of love and are helping to bring a new consciousness level into the world.
The number 7 holds special significance in the realm of numerology and spirituality. Often considered a powerful and mystical number, it is believed to be a signal from the divine, offering guidance and wisdom to those who encounter it.
We also have the 7 Seas, 7 Continents, 7 Heavens, 7 Wonders of the Ancient World, 7 Classical Planets, 7 Chakras, 7 Colors of the Rainbow, God of the 7 Rays, 7 Archangels, 7 Musical Scales, 7 vowels, 7 Deadly Sins, 7 Virtues, 7 Sacraments, 7 Sages, 7 days in a week, 7 days of creation, 7 Gates of Inanna and the 7 year itch.
Feast of Lights: Celebrations for the Seasons of Life based on the Egyptian Goddess Mysteries – Normandi Ellis
The Pleiades: The Celestial Herd of Ancient Time Keepers – Amelia Sparavigna
Temple of Hathor & The Keepers of the Pleiadian Kundalini Codes – YouTube