What’s in a name

Why “Rigel on Earth”?

Connecting with the Cosmos has been a very important part of my existence. For as long as I can remember, I have always looked up into the night skies in hope to get the answers I did not seem to find in books or asking talented professors. My attraction for Orion Constellation began during my childhood. To this date, Orion has a special place in my heart particularly during time spend in meditation, prayer, and the constant search for spiritual growth.  When elevating my thoughts towards this magnificent body of light, I have experienced the sensation of being “home”. The brightest star in the Orion constellation is Rigel, “Beta Orionis”, with an apparent visual magnitude of 0.18. Rigel is also the sixth brightest star in the sky. It is my intention to bring light into the hearts and souls of those who are seeking, the curious, the “misfits”, the time travelers, and honor their requests to find answers. Guiding people has always been my life given purpose. Using Dolores Cannon’s precious tools, a responsibility. Becoming a vessel in my clients’ quest to find answers, a new chapter in my journey. It is all about connectedness.

It is that simple!

“Keep Searching, keep asking questions, keep thinking and seeking your own truth. The doors are opening…and you will never be given more than you can handle” Dolores Cannon, The Convoluted Universe, Book IV

If you want to learn more about Orion and Rigel, click on the link below


Orion lies in the northern sky, on the celestial equator. It is one of the brightest and best known constellations in the night sky. In the world of mythology, Orion is also known as “The Hunter”. The constellation represents the mythical hunter Orion, who is often depicted in star maps as either facing the charge of Taurus, “The Bull”, or chasing after “The Hare” (constellation Lepus) with his two hunting dogs, represented by the nearby constellations “Canis Major” and “Canis Minor”.

The constellation Orion contains two of the ten brightest stars in the sky – Rigel (Beta Orionis) and Betelgeuse (Alpha Orionis) – a number of famous nebulae – the Orion Nebula (Messier 42), De Mairan’s Nebula (Messier 43) and the Horsehead Nebula, among others – the well-known Trapezium Cluster, and one of the most prominent asterisms in the night sky – Orion’s Belt.

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