Archetype Lupus and Astronomy – the Sirius Case


This is an extension of  the last post: the archetype of the wolf. I am a hobby astronomer and fond of its older sister Astrology. So lets look to the Wolf from that perspective. The wolf is inherently pagan and shamanic, that means American Indian, Chinese, Egyptians, Babylonians should have big stakes in in its Astronomy representation. There is a Constellation – Lupus (the Wolf)  in the southern hemisphere, originally listed as a constellation by the Greek astronomer Ptolemy in the 2nd century CE.  Besides the fact, that Lupus was once the site of the brightest supernova SN 1006 (1006 A:D),  there is little of archetypal concern.

But the Dog Star” Sirius matters as Noah Brosch said in his book. Sirius is the brightest star in the night sky and can’t be missed in a city, nevermind in a desert.  Mostly called the “Dog Star”,  in China the “Blue Beast (wolf)”  Sirius represents the Heavenly Wolf and in Greece…

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3 Responses to Archetype Lupus and Astronomy – the Sirius Case

  1. Nice reblog. I was already wondering about Auset (Isis) and the Pleiades, and I bumped into goddess Neith. She must be what later became ‘Sophia’. I will look for a good article on her and post it. And then back to the two pillars of the female pope. I think they are the two pillars from the tree of life, but I still need to check that. Namaste.


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