Morning Star is the name of the planet Venus when it appears in the east before sunrise.
Phosphorus (morning star), in Greek and biblical mythology
Eosphorus, the “dawn-bearer” in Greek mythology
Lucifer, the Latin translation of Phosphorus (a title of Satan)
One of the titles of Jesus, from Revelation 22:16
A title of the Virgin Mary in the Litany of Loreto
Morning Star, one of the Zorya, gods in Slavic mythology
Aurvandil (Earendel) in Norse (Anglo-Saxon) tradition
“Morning Star” can also refer to the rising sun
Kwisatz Haderach (pronounced Quis-ats Had-er-ak.)
Kwisatz Haderach : “the one who can be many places at once.” The phrase “Kwisatz Haderach” bears close resemblance to the Hebrew phrase “Kefitzat Haderech” (literally: “The Way’s Jump”), a Kabbalic term related to teleportation. “Shortening of the Way”: label applied by the Bene Gesserit to the unknown for which they sought a genetic solution: a male Bene Gesserit whose organic mental powers would bridge space and time.
Athbhreith: (pronounced I- Reith): rebirth ath- means re-, and breith means birth.
Athbheochan: (pronounced Eeh-Van): renaissance, revival
A Druid was a member of the priestly class in Britain, Ireland, and Gaul (France), and possibly other parts of Celtic Europe and Galatia during the opening of the Iron Age and even farther back. Very little is known about the Ancient Druids. As with all Enemies of Rome they have been libeled, defamed and maliciously misrepresented.