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How do earthlings connect to the cosmos?

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How do we know to respond to a baby’s cry? How do mothers instinctively know the needs of the baby when the infant cries? Is it a hunger cry, or some other primal need? How do our pets understand our commands? Resonance is the clue.

The magic of astrology is endless. Following a path to ancient history we find evidence of amazing civilizations that became advanced and then receded into mystery. Ancient knowledge of the universe holds secrets mostly lost to modern cultures.

Did primitive people have a science or esoteric wisdom concerning the stars? If so, how was it discovered? Did they follow a heritage based on the intuitive? Our connection to the universe became commonplace through a religious porthole overlooking a world of natural elements. Surrounded by a starry sky, wonderment began, and astrology was born.

Ancient systems and charts give detailed listings of cosmic frequencies and effects of the associated resonances on non-physical development. Of modern technology, there is very little that addresses the unseen, comparatively.

One area that may connect the present with the past is scientific knowledge about genes. A tacit study of genes revealed that the instant of passage through the birth canal is the most impressionable moment. Rapid fire changes slow down beginning at the age of six years old. A singular study concerning child development in U.S.A. Today documented plausible proof of highest impressionability in human beings. Various levels of growth show a child’s learning receptivity is most responsive before three years old.

A newborn child is most susceptible to gene changes. The genes are changing at an incredible rate as the infant passes through the birth canal. At five or six years old, progression to adulthood strikes a median. Learning isn’t quite as easy when the genes settle into maturity.

In parallel to the impressionable phases of early childhood, a spiritual development is going on in the world behind the scenes. The information learned comes through in cosmic rays that affect everyone on a daily basis. These aren’t passing through the cerebral cortex, but rather primal instinct that the body interprets. This becomes a way of knowing. Astrology interprets these rays.

How does a pet dog know what our commands are? They don’t speak our language, yet they understand a variety of instructions.

The body is a receiver. Frequencies surrounding us enter through a receptive portal of which there are several. In the span of a human life, the receivers are activated in a vertical path from bottom to top.

The order of life events begins with a focus on physical functions. An anticipated spiritual growth starts during infancy. In an upward pattern, energy moves gradually from infancy to old age. Ideally the upper areas, located in the brain, receive the intuitive wisdom associated with old age. The ancients named these levels of development by categorizing eight sympathetic areas known as chakras. Correspondence involving the chakras is also reflected in an astrology chart.

Earth’s sensitivity to incoming waves is in sync with the contiguous atmosphere. A complex network of emissions from nearby constellations produces a synthesized end product which is compatible with the atmosphere of planet earth.

Once inside earth’s magnetic field, interaction begins blending with earthlings’ frequency. This happens only after the powerful rays are modulated through the Big Dipper, Sirius, and Pleiades and other nearby planetary bodies. The synthesis results in a well-matched, blended wave length. Each celestial player has a part in altering the frequencies of the other.

Gazing at night's starry surround and enchanting planets is one way to perceive a holistic universe We’re all in this together.

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