In the 19th century, when astronomers started to observe the skies through their primitive telescopes, they were perplexed by the fact that almost all ancient monuments, megalithic stones, and archaeological sites were pointing towards one particular spot on the sky — Orion.
This strange finding led them to believe that these structures must have had some sort of connection with the stars; that these must have been oriented towards Orion for a reason. Researchers and historians, who couldn’t make sense of these discoveries, started to think that ancient people must have been influenced by the stars and must have worshipped them.
So, in the distant past, what did our great ancestors try to convey us by their unbelievably incredible works? Why are so many ancient monuments and archaeological structures oriented towards Orion? Is this where our Gods came from? —These questions have been seeking answers for the past few decades.
The Orion and its ancient connections
Our ingenious ancestors created unique monuments, calendars and “observatories” that allowed them to track the position of near and far celestial bodies. One of the most studied constellations of antiquity is Orion. Its image was found even in the mammoth tusk of 32,500 years ago.
Scientists who studied ancient hyperborean sanctuaries on the Kola Peninsula in the White Sea, connected their findings with conventional lines. On the resulting map, the Orion constellation appeared.
The ‘oscillating pillar of Tatev’ (built approximately 893-895), located in the territory of Armenia, is oriented towards the Orion belt, a unique astronomical instrument, “an eternal sentinel of the most accurate count of space-time.”
Many different places on Earth are associated with this constellation. The list only grows more and more each year with new discoveries.
It seems that each country is related to the constellation, trying to demonstrate its involvement in the great cosmic power. Historically, it has happened that for the whole world ― for Egypt, for Mexico, for Old Babylon and for Old Russia – this constellation was the center of the heavens.
It has been called Orion since ancient Greek times. The Rusichi called it Kruzhilia or Kolo, associating it with yarila, the armenians – Hayk (believing that this is the light of the soul of their ancestor frozen in the sky). The Incas called it Orion Chakra.
But why is Orion so important? Why are so many monuments and archaeological structures oriented towards it and correlated with its movement?
“What is above is similar to what is below,” this principle is illustrated by the Egyptian pyramids, which are terrestrial copies, a three-dimensional map, an imitation of the brightest stars in Orion. And not just those structures. The two pyramids of Teotihuacán, along with the Quetzalcoatl temple, are located in the same way.
Believe it or not, some researchers have noted similarities between the Orion belt and three large Martian volcanoes. Just a coincidence? Or are they artificial and not volcanoes?… We are not sure. Perhaps these “signs” were left on all the planets in the solar system, and the list is endless. But this is not the main point. What did the ancient pyramid builders mean? What idea did they try to convey to their distant descendants?
A mysterious connection
Representatives of ancient Egyptian civilization believed that their gods came from heaven, having flown from Orion and Sirius in human form. Orion (in particular, the star Rigel) for them was associated with Sah, the king of the stars and the patron saint of the dead, and later with the god Osiris. Sirius symbolized the goddess Isis. It was believed that these two deities created humanity and that the souls of the dead pharaohs returned to Orion to be reborn later: “You are sleeping, so you can wake up. You are dying to live.”
As many scientists themselves write, the associations with Osiris are not accidental here. The powerful hunter Orion is the first image of God in human consciousness, common to all terrestrials. God who dies and is reborn. Incarnations of the mystery of life and death.
The Hopi Indians live in Central America, whose stone villages resembled a projection of the constellation of Orion in the summer and winter solstices.
The Orion constellation is also believed to be a gateway to the parallel three-dimensional universe, which is older than ours and is at a higher level of development. Perhaps it was from there that our precursors came to the solar system?