From Ascension Glossary
Pegasus Constellation, Markab

Markab, is a white star on the wing of the Winged Horse. Alpha Pegasi (α Pegasi, abbreviated Alpha Peg, α Peg), formally named Markab, is the third-brightest star in the constellation of Pegasus and one of the four stars in the asterism known as the Great Square of Pegasus

Markab is one of the four bright stars that form the Great Square of Pegasus, an asterism that takes up much of the eastern portion of Pegasus constellation. The other three stars that mark the vertices of the Great Square are Algenib (Gamma Pegasi), Scheat (Beta Pegasi), and Alpheratz (Alpha Andromedae). The asterism outlines the body of the celestial winged horse and is very useful in finding a number of other stars and deep sky objects.[1]

Liberation of Markab

The liberation of Markab was the major celebratory event for restoring Lyran organic matrices that led to the Cosmic Christos-Sophia hierogamic union of Metatron and Meritaten, which culminated in Machu Picchu during the electrical peak cycle earlier this year. This Triple Masculine Cosmic Christos Metatron template is connected to the return of Cosmic White Sun and Cosmic Pink Sun sacred marriage in Lyran constellation that further migrated into Pegasus, via the hosting of the Cosmic Elohei Father Mer-Lions. The Cosmic Holy Father Sun-stars began weaving into Markab in the Pegasus (Constellation) which brought on explosive intergalactic conflicts when confronting assorted time-space distortions coming from these black mirror networks powered by the Black Hole Sun. [2]


See Also

Liberation of Pegasus

Amethyst Order

Cosmic Elohei