ESOTERIC ETYMOLOGY & THE DOG STAR: The origins of “Sir” according to Jordan Maxwell are rooted in ancient mysticism. Most will trace the word back to “Sire” or “Senior”. Jordan tells me this kingly title was originally based on the dog star, Sirius. But if you look up what modern etymologists say, they link it to the Greek “Seirios” meaning “scorcher”, and the Egyptian “Sothis” (the daughter of Osiris). A few years ago I was walking at night under the stars with Jordan in the desert. We looked up to the right of us and saw Sirius, which is the brightest star in the sky. He said, “do you know the real reason why people call each other Sir? It comes from the Egyptian god O-SIR-is, which is where you get the name Sirius, the dog star. In fact, in the article below you will read that Osiris has been connected to Sirius (“As-Ar”) since pre-dynastic times with the Osireon cults at Abydos. This is why we say something is “serious” when discussing anything important. Moreover, dog is God spelled backwards (the dog star) and is why you have DOGMA. Also, Jordan went on to tell me that when you hear someone say they are “falling in love”, or they are a “fell-ow” that comes from the “sons of god” or “fallen angels” in the biblical text that laid with the daughter’s of men.
The Osiris & Sirius connection: https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/universo/siriusmystery/siriusmystery03.htm
Author: Jonny Enoch