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Old 25-10-2015, 02:12 PM   #46
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Originally Posted by Truthspoon View Post
I wonder why Sirius is so important to the Eygptians and Freemasons. Some say because we come from there or there are aliens there but could it it just be because it's the brigtest star in the sky and the brighest heavenly object after The Moon and Venus.
That's a rather strange question from someone who claims to be interested in ancient Egypt. You know the answer - the heliacal rising of Sirius preceded the Inundation, without which Egypt would not have existed, therefore it became an important star, apart from being the brightest object in the sky, bar Venus and Moon.
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