Written by Sherrie Locke on 7 Imox, August 2014
I wrote about the Lion’s Gate portal a few days ago. Now I will discuss the basis of celestial stargates and portals, which comes from Greek and Vedic yuga astrology. I find it likely that this knowledge came from Egypt, but may have originated in Atlantis.
The Silver Gate and the Golden Gate
Greek astrologers spoke of two gates in the heavens: the Silver Gate and the Golden Gate, which were called the Gate of Man and the Gate of God in Vedic astrology. Many ancient cultures believed that between incarnations on this planet, souls dwelled in the Milky Way.
The Greek writer Macrobius, among others, said that during a solstice (the alignment of the Sun with the ecliptic), the corresponding gate opens. Souls could incarnate on Earth by descending through the Silver Gate, or could ascend to the heavens through the Golden Gate
These gates are located at opposite sides of the galactic equator, where the Milky Way crosses the ecliptic. The Golden Gate is at 5° Gemini, near galactic center in Sagittarius. The Silver Gate is at galactic anti-center: 5° Sagittarius, above the hand of Orion. In ancient times, the Maya focused on galactic center, which they called Heart of Sky. On the other side of the planet, the Egyptians kept a close eye on Orion.
The Silver and Golden Gates are at opposite ends of a straight line that Vedic Yuga astrology calls the chakra of the galaxy, with the root chakra at galactic center and the crown chakra at anti-galactic center. These celestial gates form the basis of other alignments referred to as stargates or portals, which are not quite the same thing.
I will go into detail on celestial stargates such as the Lion’s Gate, Sphinx Gate and the upcoming 11-11 stargate, as well as portals, in a future post.
Happy travels to other dimensions! Happy Transcendence!