The Consciousness Has Shifted...The Awakening Has Begun
So somebody on here, and I have no clue who it was, said that some of the Sirian elves migrated from a planet in Orion's belt. Well I'm a Sirian elf and according to a recent birthchart reading, my origin is most likely Orion. I know another Sirian elf on here, who has also been told she is of Orion origin. I was wondering, though, if the Orion elves settled in Sirius and melted into the Sirian elves' bloodline, wouldn't that imply that both groups are one and the same? And if they are one and the same then wouldn't that mean that the Sirian elves who were already there might have in fact been the result of an older mass migration of elves from Orion? I.E. wouldn't the Sirian elven race, as a whole, be from Orion? And I think there was something having to do with the Orion wars that caused the migration in the first place. But then this little gem came to mind: A lot of people say that Tolkien's elves are based on the Sirian elves. And mass migration is a key feature in Tolkien's legendarium. In his book, the elves woke up in Cuivienen in Middle Earth, which is their origin. Then a great many went on a mass migration "over the great sea" to Valinor, where they settled and founded their home.But there were many who stayed behind. BUT over time, more and more groups took the journey to join their kindred, mostly as a result of all the wars they had endured. Sounds kinda familiar, does it not? Sirius and Orion are also both mentioned by Tolkien. In his story, they are named Helluin and Menelmacar, respectively. Interesting.... Even the story of Atlantis and its downfall are woven into his story in the guise of the Fall of Numenor. And Atlantis is connected to Sirius. In fact, another Sirian told me that the planet, itself is it's namesake, being named Atlantis itself. Not sure if I'm reading too much into this or if I just uncovered a huge piece to my puzzle. I mean, there are many who literally believe that everything Tolkien wrote actually happened at some point in the distant past. It seems a bit farfetched to me, but if I can be a little open-minded about this, I could theorize that perhaps he didn't make it all up. Perhaps he was an unawakened starseed who only thought he was just pulling fantasies outta thin air, when in fact he could have been rendering actual memories of some long ago past life. Others theorize he channelled the information but just kept that on the downlow so as not to be forcefully committed to the psyche ward lol. There's really no telling, but it does raise my antenna now, however farfetched it is. Thoughts, anyone? Especially any further information about elven migrations from Orion to Sirius?
I can't directly address this question, except to mention that The Hobbit was one of the first chapter books I read, at about age 6 I think. Then I read the rest of the LOTR. I used to imagine I was Mithrandir's daughter and called myself Olorina. Much later ... I discovered my own connections to both Sirius and Orion. :)
i think tolkien was deff getting visions ..or past life dreams when he wrote his books...i resonate with sirius greatly. also ive had past live dreams of being an elf ...not sure what planet it was on though the scene cut in and out