Sirius is the brightest star in the night sky. Its name comes from the Greek word Seirios, which means “glowing” or “scorching.” With a brightness magnitude of −1.46, Sirius is almost twice as bright as Canopus, which is the next brightest star.
During August the Star Sirius rises from the Solar rays and become visible when rising in the morning before the Sun. This celestial event was considered very powerful and has ushered the Egyptian new year, and with it the flooding of the Nile. SIRIUS was considered a life-giver and was affiliated with the goddess Isis.
SIRIUS is a star of success and power, excellence, wealth, devotion, and passion for achieving one’s goals. It marks immense creative talents in any field and makes the native Brilliant and inspired.