Lyrid Meteor Showers, Constellations speak

Sidney Hall Lyra Constellation wikimedia Commons, Astrology Astronomy Symbols
Sidney Hall, Public domain, Urania’s Mirror-Lacerta,Cygnus, Lyra,Vulpecula and Anser U.S. Public Domain tag

Watch out for the annual Lyrid meteor showers Peaking April 19-22nd.

I did a very powerful meditation and the Constellations appeared to me and spoke to me, they are living entities. The Lyrid Meteor showers peak the upcoming week so its a great time to connect with this Constellation energetically and spiritually as you meditate with them and ask them for Cosmic Wisdom. Listen to Harp music i Love Annie Williams beautiful harp music. Watch her incredible presentation on Sound healing resurrection and her beautiful playing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQ83XWLKz7c&t=630s

Lyra Constellation is a small one and was listed by 2nd century astronomer Ptolemy as one of the main 47 and is one of the modern 88 constellations recognized by the International Astronomical Union. Lyra was often represented on star maps as a vulture or an eagle carrying a lyre, and is sometimes referred to as Vultur Cadens or Aquila Cadens “Falling Vulture” or “Falling Eagle”

“In Greek mythology, Lyra represents the lyre of Orpheus. Made by Hermes/planet Mercury from a tortoise shell, given to Apollo as a bargain, it was said to be the first lyre ever produced. Orpheus’s music was said to be so great that even inanimate objects such as trees, streams, and rocks could be charmed. Joining Jason and the Argonauts, his music was able to quell the voices of the dangerous Sirens, or High Priestesses who sang tempting songs to the Argonauts” adapted from -Ridpath, Ian. “Star Tales – Lyra”Star Tales.

 In Wales, Lyra is known as King Arthur’s Harp (Talyn Arthur), and King David’s harp. The Persian Hafiz called it the Lyre of Zurah. It has been called the Manger of the Infant Saviour, Praesepe Salvatoris.[5] In Australian Aboriginal astronomy, Lyra is known by the Boorong people in Victoria as the Malleefowl constellation.[6] Lyra was known as Urcuchillay by the Incas and was worshipped as an animal deity.[7][8]

Vega, Lyra’s brightest star, is one of the brightest stars in the night sky, and forms a corner of the famed Summer Triangle asterism. Vega the main star of LYRE was once the Northern pole star around 12,000 BC and will be so again around the year 13,727.

This 12,000 year cycle fits in with the Photon Band belt cycles reference by Astrologer/ channeler Barbara Hand Clow. A Great Year where the Sun moves through all of the constellations last 25,650 years approximately the same cycle. Vega was considered to be one of the stars which created life on earth according to channelled books by other metaphysical writers I have come across.

https://earthsky.org/astronomy-essentials/everything-you-need-to-know-lyrid-meteor-shower

Please share widely content is mainly from Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyra

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