by HARI ANDRI WINARSO
POLARIS STAR :
Polaris or The North Star, pole star. You can find it by locating the Big Dipper, and looking for the two stars on the far side of the “dipper”. The line these two stars make points upwards to a single star, which is the North Star Polaris. Did you know that the Big Dipper isn't really a constellation? It's an asterism, which is a special, recognizable group of stars. It's part of a bigger group, Ursa Major, which is a constellation. Ursa Major represents a big bear, and was named by the Romans. The handle of the Big Dipper represents the bear's tail; the cup is the bear's side. The star Polaris is in another constellation called the “Little Bear”, or Ursa Minor. It was the first star named in that constellation, so is also referred to as Alpha Ursae Minoris.
WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE:
- Distance attunement
- Bonus manuals including information about chakras, auras, psychic self-development, etc
PLUS – you can pass this wonderful energy onto others!!
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