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Subject Could Betelguese be The Red Kachina? Sirus A the Blue Kachina?
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Betelgeuse, also known by its Bayer designation Alpha Orionis, is the eighth brightest star in the night sky and second brightest star in the constellation of Orion, outshining its neighbor Rigel (Beta Orionis) only rarely.

Distinctly reddish-tinted, it is a semiregular variable star whose apparent magnitude varies between 0.2 and 1.2, the widest range of any first magnitude star. The star marks the upper right vertex of the Winter Triangle and center of the Winter Hexagon.

Classified as a red supergiant, Betelgeuse is one of the largest and most luminous stars known.

However, with distance estimates in the last century that have ranged anywhere from 180 to 1,300 light years from Earth, calculating its diameter, luminosity and mass have proven difficult. Betelgeuse is currently thought to lie around 640 light years away, yielding a mean absolute magnitude of about 6.05.

In 1920, Alpha Ori was the first star (after the Sun) to have its angular diameter measured. Since then, researchers have used a number of telescopes to measure this stellar giant, each with different technical parameters, often yielding conflicting results.

Current estimates of the star's apparent diameter range from about 0.043 to 0.056 arcseconds. This is a moving target at best, as

Betelgeuse appears to change shape periodically.

Because of limb darkening, variability, and angular diameters that vary with wavelength, the star remains a perplexing mystery. To complicate matters further, Betelgeuse has a complex, asymmetric envelope caused by colossal mass loss involving huge plumes of gas being expelled from its surface.

There is even evidence of stellar companions orbiting within this gaseous envelope, possibly contributing to the star's eccentric behavior.

Betelgeuse is expected to explode as a type II supernova, possibly within the next million years.

From the information above it seems that Betelgeuse is a bit of a mystery to the scientists and it seems to change shape and diameter when measured by different entities.

As some of you might know I have had a bit of a fascination with Sirius for a few months now. I wrote this thread in September:

Thread: WHY HAS SIRIUS A BEEN REMOVED FROM GOOGLE SKY? The Hopi Prophesy. The Dogon. Nibiru.

Last night:

For the last 3 months I have been anxiously awaiting the rising of Sirius.

While it has been rising for some time, to see it at a somewhat decent hour is somewhat recent. I live in the PNW and it has been overcast for months so my efforts to view Sirius has consistently met with frustration. However, tonight the sky is clear.

Sirius is the very bright star(brightest in our night sky) behind Orion's back leg. Right now it seems to be pulsating incredibly, throwing off bursts of red and blue and white. It is really awesome to behold. It reminds me of a member here from Australia who mentioned seeing a star acting strangely in September when Sirius would still be seen in the Southern Hemisphere before Sirius rose in the Northern Hemisphere on the Jewish New Year September 29, 2011.

I was hoping some others would have a look (a long look), and describe the behavior of Sirius from YOUR view point.

Find Orion's belt in the Eastern sky, then look behind his leg. Really watch how Sirius is behaving.

I believe Sirius may be a key to the puzzle.

Can anyone get video?

Google SkySirius

 Quoting: Seer777

Hopi Blue Kachina/Red Kachina Prophecy
[link to www.alchemyoflight.org]

An ancient Hopi Prophecy states…when the Blue Star Kachina makes its appearance in the heavens the 5th world will emerge. This will be the day of Purification. It will come when the Saquasahuh (Blue) Kachina dances in the plaza and takes off his mask.

In the final day we will look up in the heavens and we will witness the return of the two brothers who helped create this world in the birthing time

When the Purifier comes we will see him first as a small red star which will come very close and sit in our heavens watching us, watching to see how well we have remembered the sacred teachings. This Purifier will show us many miraculous signs in our heavens. In this we will know that our creator is not a dream. Even those who do not feel their connection to spirit will see the face of the creator across the sky. Things unseen will be felt strongly. Many things will begin to occur that do not make sense, for reality will be shifting back.

We will receive many warnings allowing us to change our way, from below the Earth as well as above. Then one morning we will awaken to a Red Dawn. The sky will be the colour of blood and many things will begin to happen that right now we are not sure of their exact nature, for much of reality will not be as it is now.

Those who return to the ways given to us in the original teaching and live a natural way of life will not be touched by the coming of the Purifier. They will survive and build a new world, only in the ancient teachings will they have the ability to understand the messages to be found

Could there be a relationship between Sirius A and Betelgeuse?

Can a binary mass transfer happen at these distances?

Could one effect the other?

Why does Betelgeuse appear to change shape and size?

Would a supernova of Betelgeuse cause problems on Earth?

Could a supernova open a wormhole?

Can supernova occur more than once?

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