SS: the hartley tear is now passing near sirius the dog star . it is known to the egyptians as SOTHIS or  ISIS the goddess .. of course ISIS is found on the greek amazon priestess artifacts . the greek priestess trace back to the egyptian ISIS is ” singer of atum ” and ” Enchantress of Atum “ .. ISIS is a moon goddess which of course it is the moon is the hive that makes them beehive since it is the astral light and the stars the bees .

SS: the quetzal priestess relationship with polestar and the egyptian priestess also hve relationship with polestar . here we find the sirius SOTHIS ISIS goddess star relationship with polestar in the Pyramid Texts in the unas pyramids:

458a. {djed medu} sebesh pet onekh sepedet en unis is onekh za sepedet

{Whenever said is the solitary Word sah}, so that the Blue Void will cause-a-gleaming, so that the Sirius-like-Eye will live-visibly (for an Atlantean is a living one, a son of the Sirius-like-Eye),

458b. uob en en ef pesedjeti

it will be because the bilateral-Microcosm (in his spine) has originated-Soul-control for him

458c. em mesekhetiu ikhem sek

in the analogous Adze-Star, the Inner Polestar

– The Pyramid Texts by THOTH : Pyramids of the Unas Complex on the desert plateau of Saqqara : The Egypto-Atlantean Bomb and its Radiation Danger.

ISIS Queen Star Alignment
Hartley Tear in Stargate Orion with Fireballs
Hartley Tear Exiting Auriga the Charioteer
Hartley Tear Closest Point to Earth
Of the Charioteer and the Hartley Tear
Hartley Tear near ” Queen’s Eye ” Algol in Perseus
The Moon and the Hartley Tear
Hartley still near Andromeda
Hartley Teardrop Fireball!
Hartley Teardrop racing by Andromeda
Hartley Teardrop Passing Spiral Galaxy in Andromeda
of the horse mounts of the hartley teardrop
The Hartley Rose and Cross Teardrop

SS: the comet still is very bright in the night sky as we can see from these two latest image of the comet passing some globular clusters:

28 Nov. 2010 Image Hartley Passing Globular Clusters near Sirius
27 Nov. 2010 Image Hartley Passing Globular Clusters near Sirius
26 Nov. 2010 Image Hartley Passing Globular Clusters near Sirius

SS: all the links above are ascending order from the bottom up of a perfect rose and cross ritual .. click the starmap below to see the location of hartley near sirius, the moon is near the beehive:

X-Rays From Sirius B In visible light Sirius A (Alpha Canis Majoris) is the brightest star in the night sky, a closely watched celestial beacon throughout recorded history. Part of a binary star system only 8 light-years away, it was known in modern times to have a small companion star, Sirius B. A smaller but hotter Sirius B appears as the overwhelmingly intense x-ray source in this Chandra Observatory x-ray image.

X-rays from Comets Submitted by chandra on Thu, 11/04/2010 X-rays are usually associated with some of the hottest objects in the Universe and exotic matter — black holes, neutron stars and the like. It is one of the wonders of the universe that, pound for pound, a dirty snowball may outshine them all!

As I have described before, the solar wind is made up of highly ionized particles – mostly hydrogen, but also helium, carbon, oxygen and even neon. When such highly charged particles come close to neutral molecules, such as water molecules surrounding a comet, a peculiar reaction occurs. The highly ionized particle literally steals an electron from the neutral molecule.

This charge transfer, or “charge exchange,” leaves the ion in a slightly less charged state, but with an electron that is barely attached. Like a wide receiver adjusting his grip on a football after a one-handed grab, the ion tightens its grip on the recently acquired electron. In scientific terms, the electron then relaxes to a “lower energy state.” This process gives rise to a photon that is usually either a high-energy ultraviolet photon or a low-energy X-ray.

A Osprey, sometimes known as the sea hawk or fish eagle, flies back to it’s nest at Walton Beach on Sauvie Island Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2010, ten miles northwest of downtown Portland, Ore.  (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

A Osprey, sometimes known as the sea hawk or fish eagle, waits at it’s nest at Walton Beach on Sauvie Island Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2010, ten miles northwest of downtown Portland, Ore.  (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)