Planet Earth shifts its aXis = As is above, So is below
Out of Africa ... Creation ... The 'Cradle' of Civilization ... The Cradle of Life
I was thrilled to read about the birth of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's daughter, Shiloh. Angela connects with me as Sarah in my book, Sarah and Alexander. When Angelina and Brad adopted a black baby girl, out of Africa, in 2005, then named her Zarah, all I could think of was a file I created long ago called Zarah and Zorel who are creational entities.
As stories go ... Zarah goes to the name Sahara, as in Desert, or the sands of time, sand'box' metaphor. Zarah also goes to Sarah, possible daughter of Jesus and Mary Magdalene, who some say was black, which goes to Black Isis the antimatter aspect of Isis, which goes to the ancient mystery school teachings, the bloodline, my book, the book, secret/sacred feminine, and always back to Z. Zzzzz, it's all a dream or illusion, magic and ancient Egypt.
Below we see the current movement of consciousness based on evolving energies ... back to the beginning ... Hebrew, the alphabet is the key, holographic letters of light, Jesus, creation and names that are metaphors of creation, i.e. Suri, close to Sarah, meaning "princess" in Hebrew (or "red rose" in Persian). Z was the Persian prophet. HIS story and that of Jesus is about the Rose bloodline or flower of life, sacred geometry of creation. You know the rest.
From CNN ...
As of Tuesday, the baby was reportedly in good health, though the family was yet to make a public appearance. The couple also have two adopted children, 4-year-old Maddox and 14-month-old Zahara. A Hebrew name, Shiloh is "generally understood as denoting the Messiah, 'the peaceful one,' " according to Easton's Bible Dictionary, an 1897 work of biblical definitions. The child's middle name, Nouvel, most obviously translates from the French, meaning "new." If one were to take a literal approach to analyzing the entire name, Jolie and Pitt could appear exceedingly bold in dubbing their daughter the "new Messiah."
Bruce Lansky, a self-described baby name guru and author of "100,000-plus Baby Names," says the name is unusual without being silly. What is interesting is Brad and Angelina went all the way to Namibia to have their baby girl and rather than choose a traditional African name to signify the birth, like many thought they would, they chose Shiloh, also meaning 'God is great' in Hebrew. Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Pitt is only the latest instance of a unique name bestowed on a celebrity child. Lately, names rooted in Hebrew are all the rage.
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes' baby, who was preceded by nearly as much anticipation as Jolie and Pitt's, was famously named Suri, which the couple said means "princess" in Hebrew (or "red rose" in Persian). Some doubted the Hebrew origin, instead suggesting the more accurate meaning was "pointy nose" from Todas, a language spoken by a Southern India tribe.
Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin named their second child Moses, born in April. Their first child, Apple, remains one of the most renowned examples of esoteric names given to celebrity babies.
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