See the Seven Sisters

On December 27, 2023, I drove about twelve miles into town to eat at Shoney’s Restaurant, where since 2010, Sol-O-Man/Mary, twin soul of Sananda/Jesus, often has overshadowed and guided me. (See the painting to the right of Sol-O-Man when she appeared as Mary in her light body 33 times from 1932 to 1933 to six children in Beauraing, Belgium.)

At Shoney’s, I sat in a corner booth in the back dining room. No one else was there, although the room can hold fifty people. After finishing my meal and getting ready to leave, Sol-O-Man appeared in the aisle alongside me, radiating gold and white light, quickening my mind and heart. She is my master teacher and the spiritual mother of all light workers on and about Earth.

Sol-O-Man telepathically conveyed that she had come to introduce “seven sisters” to me. She then directed me to peer behind her into the physically empty room, whereupon I clairvoyantly saw the faint outlines of seven fourth-dimensional ladies standing there; but they mostly appeared as oval spheres of light. Before this, in my present lifetime, I had not seen seen or felt them.

However, now, their group presence was so powerful and loving that it nearly overwhelmed me. I especially felt the quickening of my heart chakra. Nonetheless, upon my asking Sol-O-Man about who these etheric ladies were, she simply smiled and did not share anything specific about them. She seemed to indicate that in time their identities and functions would be revealed.

The Pleiades

At the start of this discovery and verification process, I had a vague memory that the term “Seven Sisters” referred to a asterism or star cluster called the Pleiades (which is pronounced  plee·uh·deez, with the accent on the first syllable.) Sure enough, after returning home and doing a Google search for “Seven Sisters,” I found that this was so. This star cluster is dominated visually by seven bright stars, but it has more than one thousand less bright stars in it. The combined seven major stars are amongst the brightest star clusters in the sky, and are easily visible to the naked eye. See image to right.

(Click Pleiades for a Wikipedia article about this star cluster. Click Pleiades2 to see a video about the Pleiades and how to locate and see it in the sky. The Pleiades are winter stars and are visible from the Northern Hemisphere between October and April; they are visible all night during November and December, making this the best time to spot them. In the Southern Hemisphere, they appear in the same months, but lower in the sky.)

In astronomical terms, the Pleaides is called Messier M45 or just M45. At about 444 light years away from Earth, the Pleiades is among the closest star clusters to Earth. It is located in the northwest section of the Taurus the Bull constellation. (Click Taurus to see a large image of this.)

A constellation is a group of stars seen as forming a figure or design in the sky, especially one of the 88 officially recognized groups, many of which are based on mythological traditions from ancient Greek and Middle Eastern civilizations. Twelve of these constellations are named after the twelve signs of the astrological zodiac: Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces.  (For a Wikipedia article about constellations, click here. For a large map of the 12 zodiac constellations, click zodiac.)

Greek Sisters

The name Pleiades primarily comes from ancient Greek mythology. The Titan Atlas was married to Pleione, who was the daughter of Oceanus and Tethys, the Titan god and goddess of bodies of water. Therefore, Pleione is referred to as being an Oceanid nymph, with nymphs being female nature deities in Greek and Roman mythology.

The name “Pleione” means to increase in number. Thus, Pleione gave birth to seven daughters who together are called the Pleiades, meaning daughters of Pleione. The names of these seven sisters are Maia, Electra, Taygete, Alcyone, Celaeno, Sterope and Merope.

Because Atlas’ punishment for his transgressions was to hold up the sky for eternity, he was unable to protect his daughters. To save them from being raped by the hunter Orion, Zeus transformed them into stars that now are commonly referred to worldwide as being the Seven Sisters.

In the image to the right/above of the Pleiades are the labeled location of each of the seven stars that are named after the seven sisters, plus the two stars named after their parents. For a large image that you can put up on your wall or your refrigerator door, click PleiadesStars)

Welcome the Seven Sisters

Today and for the next three days, turn your attention to the Pleiades. Ask Sol-O-Man as your spiritual mother to introduce these Seven Sisters to you. Invite these love-and-light-filled-ladies to “come on down.” Visualize them doing so. Welcome them. They are your galactic sisters who love you as fellow children of God.

How might they appear? Perhaps in your dreams or visions. Maybe you already have dreamt about them without knowing or understanding who they are.

At other times, perhaps you feel them as a stimulation or quickening of your heart chakra and physical heart. Upon looking at the clear night sky and locating the Pleiades, you may feel a kinship or closeness to those who inhabit these stars. Maybe you feel their discernible presence in your meditation room, at some quiet place in nature, or in a public building such as a restaurant.

Begin to see and be with the Seven Sisters. Give thanks to Spirit ahead of time for this to happen.

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In six following short posts over the next 28 days, one every four days, I will describe further how the Pleiadeans have visited and convinced me that this is so; and how you, too, may link and be with them. Stay tuned!