Aug 08

8-8-8 Lions Gate and Love, Love, Love

Today is known in metaphysical arenas as the 8-8-8 Lions Gate. The 8-8-8 is numerology 101 – the year 2015 = 8. It’s also International Cat Day. Who knew? I didn’t but it was a pleasant surprise!

The Lion’s Gate is numerology, astrology, and energetic in nature. I may have missed something – it is many things. I took the liberty of looking up the meaning of the number 8 and found a page I really resonate with. A few of my favorite things from this page say:

 

  • Symbol of the cosmic Christ.
  • Number figuring the immutable eternity or the self-destruction. It represents also the final point of the manifestation.
  • In China, the 8 expresses the totality of the universe.
  • Number of the balance and of the cosmic order, according to the Egyptians.
  • Number expressing the matter, it is also the symbol of the incarnation in the matter which becomes itself creative and autonomous, governing its own laws.

There is more and it’s a good read. You can also Google the meaning of 8.

Astrologically speaking, it’s the helical rising of the star Sirius, which is also symbolic of the Goddess Isis. Isis is one of the primary “Mother” Goddesses associated on our planet. If you aren’t familiar with Isis and want to learn about her, there is a multitude of information on the internet at your disposal. I believe that Isis is much older than Egypt and there is evidence to support that theory. Also, in regards to Sirius, they were one of the races that came to our planet to genetically engineer us. In fact, from what I understand, that was the specialty that they brought to the table with the other founding groups who came here from the stars to populate this planet.

We receive energy from space and portals in space/time all the time. It comes in many forms such as cosmic rays, gamma rays, electrons and protons (like from our Sun), and other forms of photonic or light energy. During times of the year when we are aligned with stars like Sirius, the energy amps up and we get an extra dose. Portals are opened, and people who “have eyes to see and ears to hear” often give offerings, meditate, etc. in order to solidify their intention to absorb that energy. At times it can be trans-formative to the planet.

I was guided to write today about the Lion’s Gate after some personal thoughts and reading the initial page that I mentioned. I have an article that is almost finished on Ascension, which will go into more detail on some of the energies abundant on our planet at this time. But for today, I want to go back to Cecil the Lion and just what that was all about.

I’ll start with this morning…this morning I started off very sad, missing Erin, but sometime today that sadness turned to an outpouring of love. I had no idea that the Lion’s Gate was all about love, but I kept reading things that I saw the theme of love just jumping out of. I kept thinking of Cecil. He wasn’t just a lion, and it didn’t matter if we had never heard of him. It doesn’t matter if people in Africa are afraid of lions, and it doesn’t matter that there are abused human children and even aborted babies. Why? Cecil, in his death, suddenly became ALL animals, all of the powerless, sentient beings on the planet all at one time. That includes humans at all stages of development, and it obviously includes all animals. His death brought awareness to senseless killing. It brought awareness and outrage at those who would kill just because they can, for sport or trophy, and to all of those who turn their head and look the other way. It united us as a planet once again in a wave of love, compassion, and even outrage. The outrage was necessary because that’s what happens when things come to light in such a way. Anger is often the first step to real change with an evolving cultural group such as us Earth humans.

Cecil honors the suffering, those who are living in fear, all beings who have been senselessly killed, and the abused. We bring value to his death by being better than those who would do these things and saying No, that isn’t acceptable and we do not want a world like that. And when we say that, we feel a tremendous amount of love. Love for all living things.

Well, my heart is absolutely bursting with love and that’s pretty much all that I have to say, so I’ll shut up about it. But I’m still beaming out love to you all, and I’m still #missingerin

Namaste, blessings, and LOVE
Oh, and today, #IAmCecil

 

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