The star Sirius is the brightest star of the night sky. In several mythologies, she is personified as the mother of the central star in our solar system. Not only has Sirius a tiny accompanying star, also the Sirius solar system and our solar system are energetically connected. When mother Sirius and her son Helios are closest together, it is the middle of the so-called Golden Age. On the other hand, when both stars are furthest apart, it is the middle of the so-called Iron Age.
The sunlight we receive from Helios, who is our Father who art in Heaven, is actually fed by Sirius. That is why the general consciousness of humanity is much greater when Sirius is relatively close to our solar system. In this eleventh live online broadcast of Pateo TV, host Johan Oldenkamp fully explains the celestial dynamics between Helios and Sirius, and how this affects us.