>The Griffon represents the Dog star and the constellation of
Orion being conjoined.
>The griffon's name is Tiamat and is symbolic of the Sumerian
word 'Nibiru' which means in Sumerian 'divided amongst two' and doesn't
represent a planet as people would have you think.
>The griffon represents the 'Nibiru' because it fits in
with the definition that it represents two aspects in mythology
becoming one thing.
>We know the lion aspect of the griffon represents the
constellation of Orion because when we look at the Sphinx at the Giza
pyramids in Egypt, the Sphinx is symbolic of a lion and the Giza
pyramids were built to the alignment of Orions belt which is the three
stars of the constellation of Orion.,
>Whereas the eagle is symbolic of sun worship and is often
associated with the Dog star which is one of the brightest stars in the
>Therefore the combination of the eagle and lion is symbolic of
the 'Nibiru' and is entirely possible represents an ET race which is
part Sirian and Orion conjoined.
>The Sumerian god Marduk represented by a man is seen carrying
symbols which represent the constellation of Orion (below) and this is
know that this particular Sumerian tablet (up above) represents a race
the 'Nibiru' fighting a race from Orion.