Here in the Northern Hemisphere, Sirius is quite low, so it isn’t visible at cities. But its connection to Orion is very interesting!
Many of you have been searching for information on the Star of Isis and when it rises in your area. So today’s post is a repeat with information on both.
Depending on what latitude you’re at, Sirius could be rising anytime from July to August in the Northern Hemisphere. Here’s link to a calculator:
Go to the Client Area at http://www.culturediff.org/english/clientareatest1.php and then, enter your email and the password softtests.
Isis & Her Star
If you have ever seen the star of Isis, Sirius, through a telescope, you will never forget it. She scintillates. She glows. She shoots off rays of blue, green, pink, and white. Yes, really. Sirius is the brightest star in the night sky, second in illumination only to the sun. No wonder we notice this brilliant and beautiful star. And from at least the time of the Pyramid Texts, if…
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