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The Star in the East is Sirius, the brightest star in the night sky which on December 24th aligns with the three brightest stars in Orion’s belt ... the Three Kings. And in ancient Egypt the star Sirius was of fundamental importance, and was identified with the goddess whose name was Isis. 13 Masonic Secrets, Youtube 2011
Throughout the centuries Sirius has been recognised by most occultists and esoteric teachers as the location where Lucifer and his hierarchy dwell. In Christian terminology, Sirius is simply a secret codeword for Hell. Texe Marrs, Book of New Age Cults & Religions
The star Sirius is worshipped by the KKK and Freemasons. Sirius embodies the spirit of Lucifer. Chris Everard, Spirit World II
The Dogon say there is a dark companion to Sirius. Michelle Thaller, NASA Ames Reasearch Centre
One of the most bizarre legends comes from a tribe in north Africa who worship a star nearly eighty trillion kilometres away from Earth ... They claim that visitors from the distant star have actually visited them ... What’s amazing is that [partner] star is there. In 1862 astronomers have confirmed its existence. But there is no way the Dogon could have seen this dark star from Earth. Extreme Universe s1e6: Star Gate, National Geographic 2010
Sirius rises late in the dark, liquid sky
On summer nights, star of stars,
Orion’s Dog they call it, brightest
Of all, but an evil portent, bringing heat
And fevers to suffering humanity. Homer, The Iliad
... the fiery Sirius alters hue
And bickers into red and emerald. Alfred Lord Tennyson, The Princess
An Irish legend, strange statues in Japan, and a mysterious African tribe, all connected by a single cell. Could a simple syllable reveal the identity of extraterrestrial visitors from thousands of years ago? And might they provide new clues to the origins of mankind? Ancient Aliens s12e4: The Star Gods of Sirius, History 2017
But what struck Griaule [anthropologist] and shocked the world weren’t the Dogon legends themselves but where they said their amphibious gods came from: a star that no-one on Earth knew existed until 1862. ibid.
The Babylonians worshipped Dagon in a temple … Could this be Sirius B? ibid.
The Dog Star: across the world ancient people claimed they were visited by amphibious beings from Sirius who gave the gift of knowledge and technology: the Dogon of Mali, the Dagon of the Babylonians, the Dogu of Japan, Dagda of Ireland, and the Dragon whose name echoes in languages all over the world. ibid.