Comet Lovejoy and the Sirius/Pleiades Perturbation
Celia Fenn on 19 January 2015
“This is the second in our series of Starseed Transmissions for 2015. At the moment we are feeling very strongly the influence of Comet Lovejoy passing through our part of the Galaxy, in the region of Orion, Sirius and the Pleiades. This part of the Galaxy has a strong connection with the Earth, with many Star Seeds coming from Sirius and the Pleiades, as well as many Cosmic Teachers who connect with the Earth to share information about the evolution of the Earth in relation to the Solar System and the Galaxy.
Obviously, the name of the Comet is interesting, for the combination of “love” and “joy” suggests that this particular comet has a specific role in its passage through our part of the cosmos. In our metaphysical understanding of the nature of celestial “events”, comets always represent an opportunity for significant change on the Earth and the arrival of new energies.
But, as I was tuning into the Starseed Transmission channel to see what I could learn about that event, I heard very clearly the word “perturbation”. Several times. I had no idea what it meant so I looked it up. It has several levels of meaning. One is part of a set of mathematical theories in Quantum Physics that was just too mathematical for me, but clearly it had something to do with shifts and changes within a system.
I found some more down to earth definitions that helped to clarify the meaning for me.
The first definition was “anxiety and mental uneasiness”. The second definition was “a deviation of a system, moving object, or process from its regular or normal state or path, caused by an outside influence.”
It was interesting to me the correlation between mental states of anxiety, and the results of an outside influence creating imbalance and change in a system.
Here is another definition: “Variation in a designated orbit, as of a planet, that results from the influence of one or more external bodies”. So a Comet could be an external body that causes temporary “perturbation” and effects or influences the orbit of a planet, like the Earth.
Yes, that makes sense!
The ancients knew well that the passage of a comet had big effects on the Earth, and the closer and more visible the Comet, the greater the changes that would come in its wake.”