Sirius is a day into night event, and will feature top international progressive trance titans Phaxe and Lish!. Not to mention, Bloemendal has been updated with a new indoor-outdoor venue that features a 270 degree view over the picturesque mother city.
The name Sirius was derived from the brightest star in the universe. According to ancient Greek, Sirius means “glowing”. Back then folks believed that the appearance of Sirius indicated the hot and dry summer which caused plants to wither, men to weaken, and women to become roused. As the appearance of Sirius became visible in the morning sky, it marked summer in Greece and the chilly onset of winter for the Māori where it was known as Ka’ulua, meaning “Queen of Heaven”.
In Theosophy (a system of esoteric philosophy concerning the mysteries of nature and divinity), it is believed the Seven Stars of the Pleiades transmit the spiritual energy of the Seven Rays from the Galactic Logos to the Sirius star. From there it’s sent via the Sun to the god of Earth and finally through the Seven Masters of the Seven Rays to the human race.
And thus, with Sirius we can come together to celebrate the changing of seasons and unite our collective spiritual energy to the greater good of humanity, to free energy, abundance, social justice, and inter-planetary support.
Suffice to say, Sirius is an astronomical trance experience at a beautiful venue featuring an incredible line-up – so be sure not to miss it this winter.
Please note limited tickets are available – get them from Webticket now at R150.00 per ticket. Also, a fully licensed bar will be available, and like always, no under 18’s will be allowed.
If you want any more insights, updates and directions, you can visit the Sirius Cape Town Facebook page – day and night.