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Anubis as The [Leading} Dog Star  


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25/01/2020 9:57 am  

Anubis as The [Leading} Dog Star

We will overview Anubis' functions as:

a. The star of Isis—The Great Provider
b. The Point of Origin in The Egyptian Calendar

a. Anubis as the Dog Star is always shown leading the arks in their voyages toward the Divine. As such, Anubis represents the Divine Guide.

Sirius, the Dog Star, is the dwelling place of the universal mother Isis.

During the very remote periods of the Ancient Egyptian history, Isis was associated with the star Sabt (Sirius), the brightest star in heaven, which was called, like her, the Great Provider; and whose annual rising ushered in the Nile’s inundation.

The Greeks, Romans, and other ancient sources affirmed that the Egyptians regarded Sirius as the great central fire about which our solar system orbits. Sirius’ movements are intimately associated with another companion star. Sirius and its companion are revolving around their common center of gravity (or, in other words, are revolving about each other). Sirius’ diameter is less than twice the diameter of our sun. Its companion, however, has a diameter only about three times the diameter of Earth; yet it weighs about 250,000 times as much as the Earth. Its material is packed together so tightly that it is about 5,000 times as dense as lead. Such a compression of matter means that Sirius’ companion’s atoms do not exist in their normal states, but are squeezed so closely together that many atomic nuclei are crowded into a space previously occupied by a single normal atom; i.e., the electrons of these atoms are squeezed out of their orbits and move about freely (a degenerate state). This is the Egyptian Nun - the neutron soup—the origin of all matter and energy in the universe.

The movement of Sirius’ companion on its own axis and around Sirius upholds all creation in space, and as such is considered the starting point of creation.

b. Egypt’s ingenious and very accurate calendar was based on the observation and study of Sirius’ movements in the sky. This fact is clearly acknowledged in Webster’s dictionary, which defines the Sothic (Sabt in Egyptian) year as:

- of having to do with Sirius, the Dog Star.
- Designating or of an Ancient Egyptian cycle or period of time based on a fixed year.

The Ancient Egyptians knew that the full year was slightly over 365¼ days. The earth takes 365.25636 days to complete one revolution around the sun—and that was/is the length of the Egyptian Sothic Year. [More details can be found in Ancient Egyptian Culture Revealed by Moustafa Gadalla.]

[Excerpts from Egyptian Divinities—The All Who Are THE ONE and Egyptian Cosmology : The Animated Universe both by Moustafa Gadalla]