Procyon, Fomalhaut, Agena/Hadar in the Centaurus constellation


Procyon, Alpha Canis Minoris is the brightest star in the constellation of Canis Minor. The name Procyon comes from the Ancient Greek, meaning “before the dog”, since it precedes the “Dog Star” Sirius. It is seen rising before the ascension of Sirius in our sky. To the Macedonians, Procyon and Sirius were Volci “the wolves”, circling hungrily around Orion, the Hunter.

Procyon is associated with the Egyptian god Anubis, one of his prominent roles as a god was to usher souls into the afterlife. He attended the weighing scale during the “Weighing of the Heart,” in which it was determined whether a soul would be allowed to enter the realm of the dead. Anubis stands as the guardian at the gate of death, he is the gatekeeper to the underworld and just like Anubis, the star Procyon acts as a gateway of death for the migration of souls from one life or incarnation to another.

Procyon represents the wolf, the ability of consciousness to seek out its prey, its quest. This wolf is the companion of Orion the Hunter. This star gives consciousness the ability to seek out the light within the dark winter months, as it was seen in the Northern sky. It represents the hunt or quest of the Soul, the hunt for the light within the darkness of the soul’s winter. Just like Anubis he is the companion of the Soul whilst it walks through the shadow realms of the underworld. The electromagnetic signature of this star developed within man primal Instincts, such as a fear of the dark, as well as the magic of the elements and divination.

Procyon was seen by the Inuit’s as a wolf deity. In the very Northern Hemisphere it is seen as a glowing red star, and could be seen to be one of the eyes, of the Wolf of the North. Procyon is the wolf, the companion of the hunter, he is the pure animalistic Instinctual side of a person’s nature, he is also a protector and companion of the soul, as it ventures down into the darker, denser, dimensions. This star is very primal and as man has lost much of his Instincts and his primal nature, we no longer come under the strong influence of this star.

The Winter Triangle is an asterism formed by three bright stars in three prominent winter constellations. The stars, Betelgeuse in Orion, Procyon in Canis Minor and Sirius in Canis Major constellation make up this Winter Triangle. The Winter Triangle is prominent in the night sky in the northern hemisphere during the winter months, from December to March.

An angelic, angled entity called a Throne, manifests itself on a lower dimensional level, as this triangle of stars. This is a star lens, it acts as a gateway or portal through which souls are guided to the higher angelic realms.

When a person comes under the influence of this star within their astrological birth chart, they are a person who is willing to look into the very many shadowy realms of the underworld.  Procyon gives the ability to look beyond the intellect beyond the rational and look into the darker, more mysterious side of life.

In Greek mythology, Procyon is associated with a hound named Maera, which belonged to Erigone, the daughter of Icarius of Athens. To the Celts the hounds were those of Herne the Hunter (another form of Cernunnos). They were also the Wish Hounds or Gabriel Hounds of northern folklore. All these British forms trace back to the Welsh, the Hounds of Annwn, they belonged to the king of the otherworldly kingdom. They were associated with a form of the Wild Hunt, presided over by Wyn ap Nudd, the underworld king and king of the Elven Fairy. To the Norse, Procyon was the Torch Bearer or Waver. The Torch Waver was the precursor to Sirius, the star of Loki, at the foot of the Milky Way. In Chinese astronomy, Procyon along with Beta and Epsilon Canis Minoris formed Nanhe, the southern river; the northern river, Beihe, included Castor and Pollux in Gemini. Lying either side of the ecliptic, Nanhe and Beihe were also interpreted as gates or sentries.

Fomalhaut is located at the mouth of the Southern Fish, Piscis Austrinus, in the region of the southern autumn sky. In the heavens the fish can be seen drinking water flowing from the jar of Aquarius. Other stories tell how the stellar fish swallowed the waters of the great deluge, thus saving the world.

Piscis Austrinus represents the Babylonian fish-god Oannes, who came to Earth to teach humans how to become civilized. The Southern Fish was sacred to the Egyptians, who imagined the infamous Nile fish had swallowed the phallus of the dismembered Osiris. Fomalhaut swallows the water of life from Aquarius and brings about new life. Fomalhaut brings about the royal birth.

The sacred geometry that the electromagnetic energies of this star creates is a Vesica Pisces, a Vesica Pisces is a cosmic womb. This star is the vessel for the waters of Aquarius, the waters of life. These wombs that some of the stars create are the entrance points into a reality for whole groups of Souls. Instead of thinking it as it is a personal portal for soul to enter the lower dimensions, think of it more as a collective like a whole race, or whole species. Through these wombs through these Vesica Pisces, the Dragon serpent mothers (which are basically highly charged electrical birkeland currents), insert living Light templates through the Vesica Pisces wombs and create new races and new species of being.  The waters of Aquarius are the uterine waters of life, the waters of the dragon mothers giving birth. This star helps give birth to a vessel to carry the waters of life, the waters of the soul. It could also be seen as an eye , you can also think of the wombs as eyes, through which the light of the serpent mother pierces the lower darkness and brings about let there be light, let there be consciousness. The star Fomalhaut creates around itself a magnetic pool of energy which is surrounded by a ring, within this dragon egg life is inserted, through this star and its configuration with other stars, many souls travelled, as this was a place of the creation of denser life forms through which a soul could incarnate.

Fomalhaut is part of a configuration of stars called the Four Royal Architects. Besides Fomalhaut, the other three Royal Stars in the heavens are, Aldebaran in the constellation Taurus the Bull, the Eastern Royal Star, Regulus in the constellation Leo the Lion, the Northern Royal Star, and Antares in the constellation Scorpius, the Scorpion, the Western Royal Star.

As I said in previous videos the stars form along the angelic angled grid of the higher dimensions. It is interesting to know that the four archangels form the square of the four royal architects. They are the four architect angels or angles which make up this star configuration.

Michael (Aldebaran) watcher of the East.

Gabriel (Fomalhaut) watcher of the South.

Raphael (The Healing Archangel (Regulus) Watcher of the North.

Oriel (Antares) Watcher of the West.

This star configuration creates an angelic lens through which consciousness can impregnate lower dimensions. These stars act as a carrier of consciousness, like a boat would carry its passenger.

These particular angelic configurations are called the Cherubim, they are described in the construction of the ‘Ark of the Covenant’, the ark or arc, the boat of the soul. The Cherubim, they number four, are covered in eyes and look like a lion, ox, man and eagle. This star configuration is made up of, Regulus in the constellation Leo the Lion, Aldebaran in the constellation Taurus the Bull or Ox, Fomalhaut in the constellation of Aquarius, the Man water bearer and Antares in the constellation Scorpius, the Scorpion, the Eagle is a higher form of Scorpio and was seen as both the scorpion and the eagle, they were different levels of the same influence. Once known as Haftorang, the fixed star known as Fomalhaut is known to many as ‘the star of dreams.’

Agena/Hadar in the Centaurus constellation

Hadar (also known as Agena) is the second-brightest star in the constellation of Centaurus. Agena means “knee of Centaur. Beta Centauri (proper name Hadar) is a magnificent double star system. The two stars look like two eyes, the right one (Beta) distinctly blue. They are called the ‘pointer stars’ since they point to the Southern Cross to the west.

As Hadar is the closest star to the earth, it is like a stepping stone from the starry realms to the earthly. When a soul passes through this binary formation of Hadar, they move into a dualistic reality which is represented by the Twins, present in many ancient myths.

Alpha Centauri has also been called Toliman, who was present in  the australian Aboriginal dreamtime myths of two brave brothers, Alpha and Beta Centauri, who fought an emu or ‘shadow bird’ that flew through the Coalsack Nebula, a dark area between these two stars and the Southern Cross. The ostrich and the emu are the large flightless birds of the African and Australian continents, and it is no coincidence that two ancient cultures thousands of miles apart saw the same form, from the star Alpha Centauri. There’s a connection going further back, to the prehistoric Moa bird of New Zealand and the continent of Lemuria. The Aborigines saw the emu stretching across that whole galactic sector, with its head over the Coalsack Nebula, Alpha and Beta Centauri in its neck and Antares (Scorpio) on its back.

The Chinese culture knew this star Hadar , as “The Second Star of the Southern Gate,” in reference to the asterism it forms with Epsilon Centauri. For the Incas, the “Mayu,” (the Milky Way) was a life-giving river in the heavens. The Incas grouped constellations into two different types – luminous and dark. The first was made up of sparkling stars that depicted geometric forms in the sky. These luminous constellations were seen as inanimate. The other kind – the dark cloud constellations – were contained within the dark blotches of the Milky Way, and were considered living forms, representing animals the Incas knew. These dark patches represented the silhouettes of animals that came to drink from the waters of Celestial River, obscuring the heavenly glow of Mayu.

One of the most important dark cloud constellations was Yacana –the llama, which rises above Cuzco, the ancient capital city of the Incas, in November. It consists of two llamas – the Mother Llama, seen between the Southern Cross and Scorpio, and the Baby Llama, suckling at her mother’s breast. Although The Llama is a dark cloud constellation, the eyes of the Mother Llama are the two bright stars from the constellation Centaurus.

This binary star system Hadar, Agena, is a Dielectric Mirror, which is created by the layering of dielectric star frequency that cross in the zero point created within this binary star system. It then acts as a compression ring, or implosive stargate through which souls can pass and create within them a dualistic nature of male and female, spirit and earth, yin and yang, light and dark, duality. Hadar gives the soul the ability to create two halves of the hemispheres of the brain and to be able to function with both sides in harmony. A person who has this star in their birth chart are often able to operate in balance with both rational and intuitive mind, depending on its placement in the chart , if afflicted it can cause a person to struggle with the balance of the spirit with the animal nature.