Poem published on 15 February 2019; drawing created and published on 19 June 2021
Here is a composite drawing of Mintaka star system, home of the Elohim. The drawing shows how these star beings bless humankind on Earth. Mintaka is a binary star system comprising a group of three stars and another group of two stars; that is five stars in all.
When I made the drawing I was reminded of this stanza in poem I wrote in my early teens …
“Five small star childe slid
“down wispering. Stole to the sand
“receded and came again.
“On silent calling fled, startling
“tree tops ….”
At the time when I wrote the poem I thought the stanza was to do with my siblings and me, as there were five of us altogether. Then when I did this drawing I was reminded of the five stars in the Pleiades, and the blessings they bring to Earth.
I have added the poem beneath the drawing. You may notice several nonstandard word spellings in the poem; this is a habit I have had in poetry writing since the very first …Composite Drawing: “Gift of the Elohim,” by Alice B. Clagett, 19 June 2021, CC BY-SA 4.0, , from “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com …
DESCRIPTION OF DRAWING: On a black background, the binary, 5-star Mintaka star system; below that, a birdlike figure with a humanoid face fluttering downward, and looking down, with a smile on its face; below that a human being standing on a blueish NASA image of Earth. The human has long, flowing hair and upraised arms, and is looking up at the bird-like figure …
COMMENT: This drawing bears some resemblance to an online drawing of the Elohim; I have changed it quite a bit according to my channeling of the Elohim …
CREDITS: TOP STAR CLUSTER: Image: “Mintaka is a multiple star system 1,200 ly [light years] away in the constellation of Orion (the westernmost star of the Orion’s Belt) – The primary is a triple system (an O-type bright giant, a B-type main-sequence and a B-type sub-giant) – The secondary is a chemically peculiar B-type main-sequence star with a faint A-type companion – The system is surrounded by a cluster of faint stars,” by Pablo Carlos Budassi, 9 August 2020, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Mintaka.png … CC BY-SA 4.0 International …
DESCRIPTION OF MINTAKA: “The primary component is itself a triple system: a classO9.5 bright giant and a class B main-sequence star orbit every 5.73 days and exhibit shallow eclipses when the star dims about 0.2 magnitudes, … and a B-class sub-giant is resolved 0.26″ away. At the primary eclipse, the apparent magnitude (of the whole system) drops from 2.23 to 2.35, while it only drops to 2.29 at the secondary eclipse.” –from Link: “Mintaka,” in English Wikipedia … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mintaka … CC BY-SA 3.0 Unported …
BOTTOM (EARTH): Image: “View of the Earth as seen by the Apollo 17 crew — astronaut Eugene A. Cernan, commander; astronaut Ronald E. Evans, command module pilot; and scientist-astronaut Harrison H. Schmitt, lunar module pilot — traveling toward the moon. This translunar coast photograph extends from the Mediterranean Sea area to the Antarctica South polar ice cap. This is the first time the Apollo trajectory made it possible to photograph the South polar ice cap. Note the heavy cloud cover in the Southern Hemisphere. Almost the entire coastline of Africa is clearly visible. The Arabian Peninsula can be seen at the Northeastern edge of Africa. The large island off the coast of Africa is the Malagasy Republic. The Asian mainland is on the horizon toward the Northeast,” by NASA, 22 February 2018, public domain.
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FIVE SMALL STAR CHILDE
A Poem by Alice B. Clagett
amongst her early works
How have ye fared in the forest?
The bear growled friendlily
but near, and though birds stilled
clouds fell life wet to sorrow the stream
chilling the illusion of calm
forcing sparkle-edged objection
in still waters.
recalled in time
gentle windfall leaving
one star in slight nearness
soft bearing shadows.
Five small star childe slid
down wispering. Stole to the sand
receded and came again.
On silent calling fled, startling
if only less fleet or more shy
so to fare well in soundlessness.
–from Link: “Star Beings: Elohim,” a drawing and a poem by Alice B. Clagett, written and published on 19 June 2021 …https://wp.me/p2Rkym-nrt ..
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Alice B. Clagett
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