Back in the 19th and 20th centuries, the Orders of the Golden Temple in England and Golden Phoenix in Australia declared that every person had a star. The ancient Greeks also spoke about that.
In Timeaus, Plato said, “And when He (God) had compounded the whole
He divided it into souls equal in number to the stars,
and each several soul He assigned to one star.”
As we know, ancient Greek Master Philosophers such as Pythagoras and Plato drew much of their wisdom from Egyptian teachers.
One of the most recently discovered apocryphal gospels is the Gospel of Judas, made public in 2006, in which conversations between Jesus and the Apostle Judas reveal that the latter was highly advanced spiritually and a confidante of his Master. In that Gospel, Jesus says to him, “Lift up your eyes and look at the cloud and the light within it and the stars surrounding it. The star that leads the way is your star.” [57-58] (Judas does as instructed and then enters into the luminous cloud).
In  Jesus makes the statement, “Stop struggling with me. Each of you has his own star.” Then, after Judas describes a vision he has had to his Master, he is told, “Your star has led you astray.” [45-46]. You may wonder how your star could lead you astray. Think about the words of Jesus when he taught his disciples how to pray: “Lead us not into temptation.” Why would our Overself lead us astray, or into temptation? Because that is sometimes the only way we can learn the lesson that Life has to teach us. We need to embrace that moment, not resent it.
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