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The Lion's Gate opening on August 8th, 2021 was an event unlike any I can recall in my four and a half decades of this life. Not only has this incredible portal opened up from Eden to Earth, but the signs and wonders since this event have been equally impressive. The spiritual alignment has been celebrated for centuries. Civilizations as far back as the Dogon tribe of Africa, Sumer, and Ancient Egypt tracked Sirius across the sky. Sirius' rising and alignment with the sun was considered a significant event in many ancient cultures. As beautiful and unmistakably angelic as these signs have been, they are accompanied by unimaginable displays of true king authority on Earth. A celestial event like the opening of the Lion's Gate Portal is considered one of the luckiest days of the year. The portal is a combination of our sun being in its home sign of Leo, Sirius rising in the skies, and the numerical number of 8/8/2021. Sirius' position on Earth coincides with the Orion constellation aligning perfectly with the pyramids of Giza, creating a trinity of alignments that open the Lion's Gate portal. In my previous books, I asserted that we are descendants of an alien race called the Anunnaki, who built the pyramids. Since the event took place in 2021 during the super moons, the date brings forth a spiritual window of new opportunities for abundant new beginnings.
Matthew Douglas Pinard is the author of The New Wine series. He was born and raised in southeastern Michigan and has a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Michigan and a master's degree in military history from Louisiana State University. Matthew is also a former US Army JAG legal specialist. He and his wife Carol Rose are recent transplants from west Michigan and now live in beautiful Prescott Valley, Arizona, with their two dogs Reese, a chocolate Lab, and Cleetus, a Redbone Coonhound. Matthew is a ranked Shihan (sixth degree) in Hakko Den shin Ryu Japanese Jujutsu and enjoys hiking, communing with the other side, praying for world peace, and photographing archangels in his spare time.