That's right: Sirius rises at 26 degrees south of east, or bearing 116 degrees, from the latitude of Paris, and this is the direction in which the Champs Elysées is aligned.The Champs Elysées. The name is French for "Elysian Fields":
|Elysium or the Elysian Fields (Ancient Greek: Ἠλύσιον πεδίον, Ēlýsion pedíon) is a conception of the afterlife that evolved over time and was maintained by certain Greek religious and philosophical sects, and cults. Initially separate from the realm of Hades, admission was initially reserved for mortals related to the gods and other heroes. Later, it expanded to include those chosen by the gods, the righteous, and the heroic, where they would remain after death, to live a blessed and happy life, and indulging in whatever employment they had enjoyed in life.
Remember how the novel Arch of Triumph 1948 describes the Arc de Triomphe?: as the "huge gate to Hades"Now, the star Sirius, which is the star associated with Isis, rises from Paris every day at 116 degrees, but it does so at a different time each day. On August 31 each year, and on August 31 1997, Sirius rises about 5:30am. That means that if you had stood in the Champs Elysées and sighted along the avenue, before dawn on the morning that Diana died, you would see this sight: or at least, this is a version of what it would look like stitched together out of Google earth and Stellarium.I got a bit more creative: Then, a few minutes later, the moon rose, though it was almost imperceptible. Nevertheless it was there: so this was the scene in the skies to the east of Paris, literally as the official announcement of the death of Diana was made. Sirius rising through the Arc de Triomphe and along the Champs Elysées, and the moon further to the north, breaking the horizon within minutes. The moon, Diana, and Sirius, Isis, hovering over the city waking up to the news.So how is Diana equal to Isis, or Sirius?Diana was born with the sun conjunct Sirius. Her astrology chart for those of you who are happy with that kind of thing, is here. Her natal sun is at 9 degrees 40 minutes of Cancer, and Sirius is at 13 degrees 32 minutes of Cancer, which is within the orb of a conjunction.So Diana's sun at birth is conjunct Sirius! Now this is true for any one who is born on July 1, or a day or two either side. Like Charles Laughton. Anyone with a July 1 birthday is a fitting archetype, potentially, for Isis, as their sun, or individuality, aligns with that of Isis. Diana certainly steps into her archetypes, no question of that, as the images above show, and plenty more to come on that.There are enough clues on the table now to be able to bring some ideas into focus.Elysian Fields. Gate to Hades. Arc de Triomphe sited on the "star", symbol of Isis. Champs Elysées aligned to the rising of Sirius=Isis. Paris as ancient temple of Isis. Isis who came to Paris on a boat. Diana, who came to Paris on a boat, whose name was changed to Osiris. The moon at it's lowest ebb, at it's darkest, at it's nadir. Death, as the moon is extinguished. And then rebirth, as Sirius rises above the horizon, reborn, through the gates, the portals, of the Arch of Triumph. This is a ritual, a theatrical presentation, a play that runs without a script yet everything, somehow, happens right on cue. Down to the minute. Yet it seems to resonate across the centuries, even the millennia...