Orion is a constellation in astronomy, the hunter in the astrological zodiac, and with significance in the spirit world. Thanks to being visible on both hemispheres, it’s very well-known and was worshiped by the ancient Egyptians as the god Osiris. Seeing as Starseed came from here, what’s Orion’s belt spiritual meaning?
Known either as the Three Kings, Sisters, or the Belt of Orion, Orion’s Belt is an asterism constellation of three bright stars. Greek mythology names it after the hunter, demigod son of Poseidon, with Euryale, daughter of Crete’s King Minos. As a birthplace for our cavitation, Starseed represents knowledge and wisdom essential in human elevation.
Orion’s belt represents reliability and strength, seeing as it’s what holds up the eponymous hunter’s clothing. You can view the tri-stars of Orion, Alnilam, Alnitak, and Mintaka during winter from the northern hemisphere or summer in the south. Continue reading to find out the spiritual meaning of this constellation.
What’s The Spiritual and Metaphysical Significance of Orion’s Belt?
In mythologies around the world, the Orion constellation is seen shaped like a human holding a club. Greek mythology named it the hunter, a demigod who after death got relegated to the night sky. Several reasons exist for why one being that he boasted too much about his kills. With his dogs Canis Major and Canis Minor, he’s doomed to chase after animals without catching them.
Another reason holds that it was his lover Artemis, tricked by Apollo, her brother, to shoot him with an arrow. Others still say a scorpion bit him. But all these points to lessons are meant to teach humans humility, contentment, and vanity of chasing after material gain.
Since it’s located on the celestial equator, it’s easy to see Orion’s belt from anywhere in the world. The ancient Egyptians saw the stars representing the resting place for the god Osiris’s soul. Native Americans, on the other hand, held that it was a king who’d been shot with an arrow, represented by the tri-stars. Different cultures, such as the Arabs, believed this constellation represented a giant.
Orion’s belt is placed between 800 and 1,000 light-years from our planet. The three stars that make up the belt include Mintaka, Alnilam, and Alnitak, and these names have meanings.
Mintaka, which lies to the belt’s west, means a belt, while Alnilam, the central star, means a belt of pearls. Alnitak, the right one, represents a girdle, and from observation of molecular clouds, it’s possible that these started formed 10 million years ago.
Can I Find Orion Belt’s Spiritual Significance in Egyptian Mythology?
In Egyptian mythology, Orion’s constellation is symbolic of the god Osiris, who represents a dying eon. It’s the son, Horus, birthed by Isis through the chariot of ascension that transforms and awakens the new world’s golden age. On his death by his dark brother Set’s hand, Osiris’s body was cut up and spread out on the Nile to represent the Milky Way galaxy.
The age in which we live, the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, are Horus’s reign. He’s but a child, with his rule starting chaotically and with the childlike beginnings of new ideologies or ways of thinking. That’s characterized by the early radical movements of this era, such as communism, fascism, and other crazes.
In humanity’s sacred quest for harmony, Orion’s belt holds vast importance. It’s a dual template for this dimensional universe by which the three stars are pins holding us in position. While the central star acts as the doorway through which humans shall travel, the upper zones are ruled by Betelgeuse. The councils of light reside here, while the dark lords control Rigel in the lower zone.
What Does Orion Starseed Have to Do with Orion’s Belt?
Across multiple ancient civilizations, the Orion constellation symbolizes many mythical figures and gods. The importance of Orion’s belt was held by the Egyptians, Babylonians, Greek, Polynesians, and Romans. The most recognizable feature of that system is the three bright stars and monuments pointing to human reverence of its date to pre-recorded history.
The Egyptian pyramids, for instance, are intricately aligned with Orion’s belt. These marvels of ancient engineering display exact accuracy during an age without modern calculation or calibration equipment.
Orion Starseed came to our world from the early 60s to the 1990s. They brought with them an enlightenment wave intended to trigger human ascension. They aren’t the only race to move here to usher in the new age; souls that, although born of human bodies, originate elsewhere.
While they may lack memories of their past lives or assignments, they can recover some during awakening. Others get theirs recovered during rituals of restoration, but each Starseed will have its mission. Using their gifts and with different approaches, their goal is often human aggrandizement.
Starseed display characteristics such as
Logic and Rationale
Orion’s belt native soul prefers to reason, justifying beliefs and opinions with rigor or facts.
Starseed spends lots of time forming opinions, and when others voice differences, they will get annoyed.
Value and Thirst for Knowledge
Orion’s belt spiritual migrants love to learn and can spend every moment learning new things. Because you know lots more, you tend to come out on top in arguments, often rubbing people the wrong way.
Being that your soul is from Orion’s belt, you are sensitive to any energy changes around you. That makes Starseed vulnerable to negative or evil forces, which can be exhausting and causes social withdrawal.
If you identify with Orion’s belt, you personify spiritual knowledge and cosmic wisdom. They carry with them, in the DNA, codes to ascension. Using teaching and spirit rituals, Orion Starseed injects these virtues into the human race. Ascended masters are born under this constellation, a leader who teaches and develops primarily devoted followings.
As a spiritual child of Orion’s belt, you have a yearning for human ascending and enlightenment. You readily grasp the laws of light and love that govern universal vibrations of energy. Problems that humanity as a species faces, often to do with lack of balance and peace for all, keep you awake at night. Seeing as you’ve got a profound understanding, you assist others in seeing humanity’s value and beauty.
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