Apparently, the fellow doing the channeling from the GFL is named SaLuSa. He comes from Sirius. He doesnt state WHICH part of Sirius. Sirius A or
There are ancient tales that visitors from other stars visited ancient tribes. The Zulu's believed to have been visted from outer space by creatures
who educated them rudimentarily.
So did the Dogon Tribe. This is where it gets INTERESTING.
The Dogon s believe that they were, long ago, visited by beings from the Heavens and 'educated' rudimentarily (such as with the Zulu Tribe). This
rudimentary education included knowledge of where these Celestial visitors had come from. These visitors were known as the Nommos.
As the story goes ... in the late 1930s, four Dogon priests shared their most important secret tradition with two French anthropologists, Marcel
Griaule and Germain Dieterlen after they had spent an apprenticeship of fifteen years living with the tribe. These were secret myths about the star
Sirius, which is 8.6 light years from the Earth.
The Priest of the Dogon Tribe explained that the Sirius Star system had a companion star and that this companion star was invisible to the naked eye,
but that it was small and incredibly heavy and that it also rotated on its axis.
Initially the anthropologists wrote it off publishing the information in an obscure anthropological journal, because they didn't appreciate the
astronomical importance of the information.
What they didn't know, however, is that since 1844, astrologers had suspected that Sirius did indeed have a companion star, but were unable to see
anything to be able to prove this theory.
In 1862 Alvan Clark discovered the second star making Sirius a binary star system (two stars), but that it was smaller than the main star (Sirius A)
and thus was often outshined making it near except at certain times of the year.
In the 1920's it was discovered that Sirius B was a white dwarf star. White dwarfs are small, dense stars that burn dimly. The pull of its gravity
causes Sirius' wavy movement and it is smaller than the Earth in size.
The Dogon name for Sirius B is Po Tolo
. It means star - tolo and smallest seed - po. Seed refers to creation. In this case, perhaps human
By this name they describe the star's smallness. It is, they say, the smallest thing there is.
Now, they provided us with a description of the Nommos.
The Dogon elder, Ogotemelli, described Nommo as having the upper part as a man and the lower portion as snake; or as having a ram's head with
They called the Nommo 'Masters of the Water', 'The Monitors', 'The Teachers or Instructors', 'Saviors', and 'Spiritual Guardians'.
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.
All souls decide how they will leave Earth - Salusa in his message to Mike Quinsey on September 24, 2008.
The Dogons have described perfectly the DNA pattern made by an elliptical orbit created by the two stars of Sirius as they rotate make around each
other. They believe Sirius to be the axis of the universe, and from it all matter and all souls are produced in a great spiral motion.
The Dogon also claimed that a third star Emme Ya - sorghum female - exists in the Sirius system. Larger and lighter than Sirius B, this star revolves
around Sirius A as well. It has not been proven to exist, though some people have called it Sirius C.
[edit on 2-10-2008 by James Random]