SS: the “Queen Star” is a double star .. the above image is of Sirius A which is the brightest star in the night sky, and Sirius B is a white dwarf orbits Sirius A . can see the previous blog image that Sirius B is a x-ray source and nearly invisible .

SS: in the skymap below there are two main regions of this alignment, the first being the comet outburst of ikeya-murakami that occurred just as it began to pass by saturn “ring of soul” .. as ikeya -murakami proceeded along it’s path it came to the ecliptic where it will encounter the moon on britney’s birthday.. you can see in the starmap below how close the moon will be to the comet and the links below it to see the “ring of soul” outburst . .

SS: this dec. 2nd alignment of britney’s birthday consists of moon and venus .. which venus is the astral light and the moon is it’s mirror, and also with saturn “ring of soul” .. comet holmes* and also schwassmann-wachmann which both spent all of this year in the beehive crown are also nearby.

SS: the second part of the alignment is comet hartley (see links here) fell all the way from andromeda “Queen’s Soul”, past algol “Queens Eye” and reached all the way to Sirius “Queen Star” ISIS .. hartley is hovering around here in this region for weeks before heads out  . .

Hartley Tear Near Sirius the ISIS Queen Star
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

V1 Ikeya-Murakami in OUTBURST near Saturn
UPDATE: V1 Ikeya-Murakami in OUTBURST near Saturn

This ground-based image was taken by Japanese amateur astronomer Akira Fujii and shows a close-up of Sirius. Hubble European Space Agency Credit: Akira Fujii taken by Japanese amateur astronomer Akira Fujii and shows a close-up of Sirius. Hubble European Space Agency Credit: Akira Fujii

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.

SS: this image is the greek golden medallion artifact that says ISIS right on it click the image for closer view. the greek priestess trace back to the cult of amon-ra from egypt and were called the “Singers of Atum ” and “Enchantress of Atum” .. these were priestess who were goddess equivalent to pharoahs .

Archeologists discovered the remains of a high priestess and her three female protegees at an ancient necropolis in Greece — a discovery that can shed light on the early ages. Amid the jewels was a crescent lion gold pendant. Source: Prof. N. Ch. Stampolidis/

SS: in egyptian myth ISIS or SOTHIS was the Queen of Egypt who wore the feather crown . she also has the wings of ISIS . in this image taken from the egyptian book of the dead we can see ISIS with the feather crown standing behind Osiris . this feathered crown brings to mind the south american myth of quetzecoatl . like the quetzal priestess, the ISIS priestess also has relationship with the polestar as found in the pyramid texts .

SS: ISIS is a moon goddess and moon goddess is priestess queenBee .  this is truth as proven by the discovery of schumann resonance, the astral light, and our latest physics theories . the isis queenStar is the priestess queenBee closed loop “scalar potential” and it is queenbee because it is an eclipsing binary system .

Egyptian deity Osiris, left, is adored by a scribe, Nakht and his wife Tjuyu, in an illustration inked onto a papyrus scroll, dating to the late 18th or 19th dynasty, (about 1350 BC), as part of a new exhibition at the British Museum in London, Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2010. The exhibition brings together treasures from the museum’s collection of Egyptian artifacts, including fragile papyrus scrolls that are rarely shown in public. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)