Polaris

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Polaris, designated Alpha Ursae Minoris, commonly the North Star or Pole Star, is the brightest star in the constellation of Ursa Minor. It is very close to the north celestial pole, making it the current northern pole star. Because Polaris lies nearly in a direct line with the axis of the Earth's rotation "above" the North Pole—the north celestial pole—Polaris stands almost motionless in the sky, and all the stars of the northern sky appear to rotate around it. Therefore, it makes an excellent fixed point from which to draw measurements for celestial navigation.The moving of Polaris towards and, in the future, away from the celestial pole, is due to the Precession of the Equinoxes.[1]

North Star

The change in spin rate influences the earth’s rotation, which is the rotation of the planet around its own axis. If we view the planetary body from above, from Polaris or the North Star, the earth is turning counter clockwise. The axis line is the vertical central channel or Staff, which functions as the main energy channel or Hara Line within the center of earth’s consciousness body, interfacing with many dimensions of subtle forces leading up the frequency scale into the Universal Core.[2]

Polarian Gate

The Polarian Gate is connected to the larger Ascension Hosting network that accesses the Aurora Platforms that opens into the passageway from the Milky Way to Andromeda where the Ascension Earth is located in the Aquaelle matrix.

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Mother Arc Hubs