You often see me post on this blog about the late-summer return or rising of Isis’ star, Sirius.
But if She has a return, She must also have a disappearance. And, here at latitude 45.5º, that disappearance comes in just a few days, on May 6, to be precise.
If Isis can be considered among the Distant/Returning/Wandering Goddesses, as we have been discussing—and if the heliacal setting and rising of Sirius is at least part of the mythological mix, which it seems to be—then May 6 is the day of Her departure. She’ll be a Distant Goddess, not among the stars in the Portland skies, for about 70 days.
And yet, She is there. Even if we can’t see Her. But if we follow the Way of the Stars, we can be assured that we are connected to Her, even when She sometimes…
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