"Then all of these astrological influences (as known or called) from without, bear witness - or are as innate influences upon our activity, our sojourn through any given experience. Not because we were born with the sun in this sign or that, nor because Jupiter or Mercury or Saturn or Uranus or Mars was rising or setting, but rather:

"Because we were made for the purpose of being companions with Him, a little lower than the angels who behold His face ever yet as heirs, as joint heirs with Him who is the Savior, the Way, then we have brought these about because of our activities through our experiences in those realms! Hence they bear witness by being in certain positions - because of our activity, our sojourn in those environs, in relationships to the universal forces of activity.

"Hence they bear witness of certain urges in us, not beyond our will but controlled by our will!" [Cayce (1567-2)]

"From Jupiter we find, while this entity's experience will deal with the masses or groups, it will be individual in its nature or activity; that is, the individual work or service, the individual activity will influence a great many individuals - whether it is done as in a secretarial position or as in the home or in travel. For ALL are changed by contacting the entity. Hence it behooves the entity to realize the influence it has upon those even it meets in passing." [Cayce (1669-1)]

"It was not necessary to prove that cobalt "decays." To decay means to disintegrate, depolarize, discharge and die. All matter does that, whether atom or man. This experiment, however, did not assist in the decay process, for it lined up the gravity shaft of cobalt with the gravity shaft of the electric field. That is a process of polarization, which divides any one electrical condition into pairs. The process of decay is an opposite effect. It ejects rings from equators, as clearly shown in Saturn - see Fig. 4 - and in Jupiter - see Fig. 3." [Atomic Suicide, page 274]

See Also

Creative Forces
Solar System
Stages of Soul Development
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