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say all souls spiral out of Sirius then perhaps the collectiive is there somehow. It's own life so to speak (that dragon). The origin out of other origins. I don't know what I am saying it just came out of my fingers....
Originally posted by Matyas
Yup, its me, the miter hat dude, dropping in for a quick spell to keep my points alive.
Here's the deal. According to one xcendental experience I recall, all people (I am not at all sure about other beings such as animals), are connected to the back of a great serpent dragon, or dragon serpent, however you prefer to look at it.
So all our souls belong to the dragon. Could that then be a manifestation of the collective subconscious?
Certain theories suggest the tribe to be of ancient Egyptian descent - the Dogon next migrating to the region now called Libya, then moving on to somewhere in the regions of Guinea or Mauritania.
According to Dogon beliefs, the god Lebe visits the hogons every night in the form of a serpent and licks their skins in order to purify them and infuse them with life force. The hogons are responsible for guarding the purity of the soil and therefore officiate at many agricultural ceremonies. [Serpent is a metaphor for DNA]
The Dogon people believe the fox has supernatural powers.
The Dogon elder, Ogotemelli, describes Nommo as having the upper part as a man and the lower portion as snake; or as having a ram's head with serpent body. [Serpent=DNA]
Author Robert Temple describes the Nommo as amphibious beings sent to Earth from the Sirius star system for the benefit of humankind. They look like Merfolk; Mermaids and Mermen. [Metaphor: amphibious - referring to the flow of the collective unconscious - creational source].
The earliest Egyptians believed Sirius - 'Sothis' - was the home of souls that have crossed over. It is the brightest star in our night sky. This belief is also shared with the Dogon.
Their spaceship spiraled down from the sky. Spirals reference the golden ratio or the movement of consciousness from higher frequency into physical reality. [See Sacred Geometry]
In ancient Greek mythology, Amphitrite (not to be confused with Aphrodite) was a sea-goddess.
Amphitrite's offspring included seals and dolphins.
The mitre on the head of the goddess Cybele is striking similarity to the 'fish head' of the God Dagon. The Great Goddess of Asia Minor is the oldest true Goddess known, predating the Goddesses of the Sumerian and Egyptians by at least 5,000 years. Cybele was worshipped in Rome and was also called the "Magna Mater", or the great queen mother goddess, which evolved into Catholic Mariology.
Dagon was the god of the Philistines. The idol was represented in the combination of both man and fish. The name 'Dagon' is derived from 'dag' which means 'fish'. Although there was a deep affection from Dagon's worshippers to their deity, the symbol of a fish in human form was really meant to represent fertility and the vivifying powers of nature and reproduction. His name is a lot like 'Dogon'.
The Chinese have maintained that their civilization was founded by amphibious beings that had a man's head and a fish tail. The entity, named Fuxi, has been depicted as both male or female. The date traditionally ascribed to him is 3,322BC. In Chinese mythology, Fu Xi or Fu Hsi was the first of the mythical Three Sovereigns of ancient China. He is a culture hero reputed to be the inventor of writing, fishing, and trapping.
Originally posted by menguard
reply to post by Anonymous ATS
There is a reason why I said those people are one of the ab(original) people, there civilisation is realistically Four million years old. Yes they did have contact with AIRWALKERS. Space people, thanks for that information its interesting.
Originally posted by Matyas
reply to post by KTK
Thank you. And there is nothing more attractive than a woman with smarts!
So yes, I agree, "ET" has very loose interpretations embedded deeply in popular culture.
Personally, I use the rule of nines. 90% of UFOs are manmade and we just don't know. 9% are not ours, but are still "from" here. .9% are neither from here, nor ours. .09% are the much celebrated ET.