As Summer declines …
“The universal order and the personal order are nothing but different expressions and manifestations of a common underlying principle.”
— MARCUS AURELIUS, Second-century Roman philosopher
“Electrical science has disclosed to us the more intimate relation existing between widely different forces and phenomena and has thus led us to a more complete comprehension of Nature and its many manifestations to our senses.”
— NIKOLA TESLA
What goes around, comes around. In ancient cultures, the approx. 26k year precessional cycle was regarded as an eternal returning — the reality that Earth is always returning to conditions that it has repeatedly experienced, guided by the cycling seasons of the sun and the celestial mechanics.
Spring, Summer, Late Summer, Autumn, Winter and repeat …
Generation, Expansion, Degeneration, Dissolution, Dormancy and repeat …
Birth, Aging, Sickness, Dying, Death and repeat …
It’s the way of the world.
Our ancient ancestors understood that, just as the annual seasons periodically return us to conditions of climate and qualities of light and energy, so do the seasons of the precessional cycle. The effects on Earth and its life forms of each season of time that ripple through the continuum of our existence are both material and energetic: geological, climatological, biological, neurological, ranging from subtle to grand, from beneficial to catastrophic, and we return to them again and again. The range and subtleties of these cycling effects were extensively documented by our ancient ancestors, and an intimate knowledge of them was ritually incorporated into all aspects of life to preserve a living everyday memory of them, for the purpose of survival, and for the wellbeing of the human community.
There’s nothing supernatural about this cycling return to very real states of existence and their effects that are brought about by celestial mechanics. We’ve just forgotten, denied, and ignored this ancient cultural memory and expression of real phenomena that were carefully and systematically observed and incorporated into ways of life for countless thousands of years. Ancient people’s emphasis on these cycles and their effects on everyday life was a reflection of a real knowledge of the real world, which helped them cultivate a sustained and skillful commitment to aligning the vision and psychology of society, and by extension, of the individual, in balance with the effects associated with each cycle.
In sharp contrast, in our modern state of alienation, we’ve mythified and mystified the cycles of times and have dismissed them. In doing so, we’ve diminished our ability to sense their effects, leaving us vulnerable to them. We’ve seriously narrowed our vision so that our inseparably complex relationship with the revolving patterns and processes of Earth and the sky are no longer a familiar part of our vision. We wander lost in a foggy fictional world of our own mental fabrication and find it difficult to imagine that the seasons of time have real observable effects in body, thought, and action. We think that we’re autonomous masters of our minds and bodies, oblivious to how these personal phenomena that we so cherish are shaped and moved in every moment by forces that are much larger than we are and that require our ongoing attention.
Ancient people were aware that the seasons of time are intimately bound to and have significant impacts on human health and consciousness. They knew how to live in balance with and moderate the endless overlapping repetitive effects of the seasonal fluctuations of time and space. An enduring and brilliantly crafted oral tradition extending far back in time helped the human community to live in a state of awakeness, homeostasis, and even a state of grace, within these often subtle but always powerful cycling influences. Now, late in the Great Circle, we’re beginning to have a better understanding of this sophisticated way of living and mediating reality. Let’s look at how the seasons of time affect human health and consciousness.
“The conditions in the ionosphere and magnetosphere of Earth are influenced by the electromagnetic state in interplanetary space, which is in turn affected by the sun.”
— HANNES ALVEN, Physicist and Nobel Laureate
Each annual and precessional season exposes Earth and its life forms to different cosmoclimatological conditions. Cosmoclimatology is a term coined by Henrik Svensmark, physicist and professor in the Division of Solar System Physics at the Danish National Space Institute. It refers to the role of cosmic rays in shaping terrestrial climate. Fluctuations in the electromagnetic field (EMF) of interplanetary space, as well as electromagnetic waves that emanate from stellar activity and from the center of the galaxy, both regulate and periodically disrupt the patterns of the sun’s EMF. In turn, fluctuations in the sun’s EMF and its waves of solar energetic particles (SEP), a category of cosmic rays, regulate and periodically disrupt the patterns of Earth’s EMF, influencing atmospheric climate, ocean currents, and even tectonic, seismic, and volcanic activity. While Earth is being blasted by SEP resulting from a coronal mass ejection (CME), and for several days after, Earth frequently experiences a wide variety of disruptive, even extreme weather as the waves move through and move Earth’s web-like electromagnetic field. For example, on October 3 and 4, 2013, a strong CME that caused auroras to be seen as far south as Kansas, Ohio, and Oklahoma in the United States also produced over the next few days a premature blizzard that dumped three feet of snow in three northern U.S. states, dangerous winds in Southern California, a massive tornado in the Midwest with estimated 200 mph winds, three tropical storms, and other disruptive weather events in other places in the world.
But it isn’t just the systems of Earth itself that are affected by fluctuating exoterrestrial conditions. Earth’s life forms are intimately synchronized with the larger EMFs within which they exist, particularly Earth’s EMF. And life forms themselves are enveloped in and emit their own electromagnetic fields. We are awash in a dynamic sea of fluctuating electromagnetic waves, and these waves have biological effects.
According to Kenneth J. Lohmann, a marine biologist and professor in the Department of Biology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, “behavioral experiments have demonstrated that diverse animals, including representatives of all five vertebrate classes, can sense Earth’s magnetic field and use it as an orientation cue while migrating, homing or moving around their habitat” (Lohmann 2000, 153). In recent years, herd animals, flocks of birds, and schools of fish all over the world that rely on electromagnetic sensing have often appeared to become disoriented, as if no longer able to follow long established electromagnetic navigation patterns. Many millions of fish, whales and dolphins, and hundreds of tons of crustaceans have beached themselves. Repeatedly, whole flocks of migrating birds have fallen from the sky dead, perhaps exhausted from a disoriented search for their needed destination. In recent decades, herds of deer and cattle, which are known to face either magnetic north or south when grazing or resting, have been observed deviating erratically from this long-observed pattern in many areas of the United States and Europe. These deviations from long-established patterns are taking place during a time when Earth’s magnetic poles are erratically wandering and its EMF is fragmenting and disordering.
Further evidence of this electromagnetic relationship has been discovered between flowering plants and their primary pollinators. For example, it has been discovered that bumblebees and flowering plants communicate with each other by way of electrical signals that are transmitted and received via their own electromagnetic fields. Research has shown that bumblebees (and other pollinators) can sense and distinguish between electrical signals given out by flowers. Research headed by Daniel Robert, Professor of Bionanoscience at Bristol University’s School of Biological Sciences, found that flowers advertise their existence — they emit patterns of electrical signals that fluctuate in relationship to the availability and status of their pollen supply. These electromagnetic waves communicate information to potential pollinators. Plants emit a weak electric field. The pollinator receives a positive charge, up to 200 volts, as it navigates through the air. A small electric force builds up between the plant and the pollinator that conveys information about the pollen supply.
This electromagnetic communication between flowering plant and pollinator is taking place within the larger context of Earth’s electromagnetic web, which is fast disordering. The erratic disordering of Earth’s EMF as the magnetic poles shift is having a corresponding disordering effect on the EMFs of both flowering plants and pollinators, degrading communication between the two. Between the disordering and degrading of vitally necessary electromagnetic communication, habitat destruction, and pesticide damage, the possibility that pollinators are destined for extinction is alarming. Without pollinators, the ecological web will be seriously threatened, as will a significant portion of the human food supply. The food chain itself is threatened. The electromagnetic songs of life that exist in Earth and within its living beings are disordering, here at the end of time, and the full extent of the great silencing that’s taking place is anyone’s guess.
Humans aren’t exempt from the web of powerful radiating waves of electromagnetic energy in which we’re immersed and that vary from season to season, both annual and precessional. The EMFs of the body and brain are highly receptive to the dynamic web of external EMF fluctuation. Magda Havas, Associate Professor of Environmental and Resource Studies at Trent University, conducted extensive research into the effects of electromagnetic energy on human health. She concluded that “electric and magnetic fields do affect living systems … these effects depend on individual sensitivity … they vary with geography, as influenced by Earth’s magnetic field, and with daily and seasonal cycles” (Havas 2004).
One obvious example of an exoterrestrial EMF that affects us is seen in our daily pattern of sleeping and waking. As Walter Cruttenden, author of Lost Star of Myth and Time, notes regarding the sun’s electromagnetic radiating waves, Earth’s rotation, and sleeping and waking consciousness: “Activity on the sunny side accelerates … and man awakens and becomes active. When this side of the planet turns away from the sun, most biological systems start to shut down … including man, whose body has adapted to slowly slip off into subconscious sleep” (Cruttenden 2006, 179). We can also see the effect of the sun’s EMF when we look at the Earth’s annual seasons. Each of the seasons affects us in specific ways. For example, in the light of Summer, life is in full blossom and we’re wide awake and active, compared to the dark of Winter when light and life retreat, animals and birds hibernate, and we tend to move and think more slowly and sleep longer and more deeply.
And, we can see the effects of continuously fluctuating exoterrestrial EMFs and corresponding cosmoclimatological conditions when we look back through oral traditions and the archaeological record where we see a rhythmical rising and falling of consciousness and civilization over many thousands of years that more than 30 cultures attributed to the generating (light) and degenerating (dark) effects / seasons of the precessional cycle. We should keep in mind that we are only consciously aware of 1% of the electromagnetic spectrum. The “light” and “dark” energies that ancient cultures associated with each season of the zodiac and the precessional cycle, far from being mystical or religious hocus pocus, are reflections of shifting qualities of generative and degenerative exoterrestrial fluctuations which we cannot visually detect but can only experience and observe their effects. Our ancient ancestors associated the approximately 13,000-year declining hemisphere of the precessional cycle that’s now coming to a close with an increasing “darkness” that causes a gradual decline in human health and consciousness that reaches rock bottom as the Clock of the Ages approaches midnight.
As both the approximately 26,000-year precessional cycle and the current approximately 2,160-year final zodiac era are coming to a close, the sun is increasingly in an agitated state. As the sun aligns with the center of the galaxy, it’s being affected full force by the record high levels of radiation blasts emitting from the galaxy’s center. These blasts (unusual within our modern short memory) are stirring up the EMF of the sun, which is, in turn, having a pronounced effect on the strength, order, and orientation of Earth’s EMF, sending the magnetic poles into an erratic displacement. As this complex, synchronized system disorders, it is having an effect on the human body’s EMF field, contributing to physical discomfort and disease. It is also impacting the complex, multilayered EMF that surrounds and interacts with the human brain, resulting in a wide range of emotional distress and mental disorder.
Experiments in the field of neuroscience using human subjects have shown that external electromagnetic fluctuations can drastically affect mood, intellectual ability, and even motor skills. Dr. Valerie Hunt, a neurophysiologist and Professor Emeritus of Physiological Sciences at UCLA, extensively researched the dynamic interactivity that exists between external EMF fluctuations and human experience and behavior. In a groundbreaking experiment using telemetry monitoring — a radio frequency system that was used by NASA to monitor astronauts’ heart rate, blood pressure, and galvanic skin response, and then transmitted this data back to base — Hunt exposed experiment participants to different levels of electromagnetic energy in a controlled environment. As the data was being collected and displayed, she asked the participants to describe their experience, and also asked them to perform simple tasks. She reported, “The findings were amazing … Sensory feedback was so impaired that subjects were totally unaware of the location of their bodies in space” (Hunt 1996, 30–31).
Hunt noticed that when the electromagnetic energy in the room was withdrawn, the participants became disoriented and depressed — some even began sobbing — and basic neurological processes began to degrade. Balance was difficult and mobility was impaired. When the electrical field was brought back to normal, participants returned to normal. When it was raised above normal, participants experienced states of increased wellbeing and heightened physical coordination and balance. The implications of this research shines a new light on the condition of human consciousness, thought processes, and both physical and mental health, in our fragmenting, anxious, and conflict-ridden society, as the strength of Earth’s EMF is weakening and its orientation is disordering, in turn weakening the strength and orientation of human EMFs.
Dr. Susan Pockett, Research Fellow in the Psychology Department at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, and author of The Nature of Consciousness (Pockett 2000), reports that the brain’s complex, multilayered EMF is the foundation of a receptive consciousness that’s identical to and inseparable from the space/time patterns found within the EMF. This strongly suggests that states of consciousness are innately synchronized and conditioned by the fluctuations of the brain’s multileveled EMFs, which, returning to Hunt’s and Havas’s findings, now supported by two decades of research in related fields of neuroscience, are in turn synced with and conditioned by externally originating EMF fluctuations.
This research lends support to the understanding that EMFs of body and mind are synched with and influenced by the patterns and processes of externally originating EMFs. Note that in Chapter 2 we discovered the relationship between solar variability, the fluctuations it causes in Earth’s EMF, and increased cardiac events, strokes, and psychological distress. Following from this research, we can understand that fluctuations of the solar EMF, which vary in intensity and can change abruptly, have an observable and measureable effect on Earth’s electromagnetic field, which in turn influences the complex functioning of the electromagnetic fields that surround and interact with the human brain, accounting for random and seasonal fluctuations of perception, patterns of thought, and degrees of consciousness, both annual and precessional. This understanding is consistent with our ancient ancestors’ observations of life and existence. The ebb and flow of human society and civilization, products of human health and consciousness, rise and fall in a seamless relationship with the fluctuating cosmoclimatological conditions associated with each terrestrial annual season and each season of the precessional cycle.
When we acknowledge the electromagnetic fluctuations that exist in interplanetary space and that emanate from the galaxy, stars, planets, and the sun; acknowledge the relationship between these fluctuations and Earth’s EMF; acknowledge the relationship between Earth’s EMF and its climatic, seismic, and volcanic activity; and acknowledge the well-documented relationship that exists between Earth’s EMF and the EMFs of its flora and fauna, it becomes untenable to think that the only break in this dynamic and complex electromagnetic web is between humans and everything else. We’re inseparable, and not exempt, from the seasonal fluctuations of time and space that ripple through all of existence.
“Our entire biological system, the brain and the Earth itself, works on the same frequencies.”
— NIKOLA TESLA
Cosmoclimatological fluctuations, in significant part, determine and regulate the periodicity of the physiological and neurological processes that move within the body and mind. Our internal rhythms are regulated (or disrupted) by Earth’s fluctuating electromagnetic field and by exoterrestrial tides that result from the continuously shifting positioning of planets. The exogenous (external) fluctuations and tides associated with every season of space-time create corresponding endogenous (internal) fluctuations. These internal fluctuations and tides are known as chronobiological rhythms. Chronobiology is a subset of biology that researches periodicity in biological organisms and their adaptation to exoterrestrial (primarily solar and lunar) rhythms. This periodicity regulates the organism’s metabolic patterns and synchronizes the organism with the fluctuations of the environments in which the organism is embedded. These chronobiological rhythms function within each cell of the body while engaging in a synchronized communication between cells.
This communication interfaces with the EMFs and electrical pathways that surround and operate within the body, as well as with the electromagnetic fields and endocrine glands of the brain, resulting in a regulated rhythmic release of hormones to specific areas of the body while synchronizing the biological clocks of the body’s organs. As a result, an organism’s exposure to electromagnetic fluctuations and gravitational tides that originate outside the organism regulates or disorders the totality of the organism’s internal biological clock (patterns of metabolic activity). Nearly all functions in the human body, including the biology of consciousness, cognitive function, and emotional response — exhibit some form of periodicity that’s synchronized with rhythmical exoterrestrial fluctuations.
Astrophysicist Alexy Dmitriev, Professor of Geology at the Russian Academy of Sciences, notes, “It is quite natural for the whole biota of Earth to be subjected to these changing conditions of the electromagnetic field, and to the significant deep alternation of Earth’s climate machinery. These fundamental processes of change create a demand within all of Earth’s life organisms for new forms of adaptation.” The “whole biota” to which he refers includes the human animal. Dmitriev writes:
“It is evident that we’re faced with a problem of the adaption of humanity to this new state in Earth; new conditions on Earth whose biospheric qualities are varying, and non-uniformly distributed … these evolutionary challenges always require effort, or endurance, be it individual organisms, species, or communities” (Dmitriev 1997).
From Dmitriev’s research, and factoring in Havas, Hunts, and Pockett’s research, we understand that we’re not separate, solid, and certain. How we think, degrees of consciousness, physical and mental health, the condition of our societies, all are synchronized with and affected by the seasonal electromagnetic and gravitational fluctuations that move in the meta-environments and cycles of time that we’re embedded in, and by the processes that they set in motion. We’re microcosms of the earthsphere and cosmosphere.
This isn’t new information that we’re discovering; it’s ancient information that we’re recovering. Our ancient ancestors were acutely aware of the synchronized and symbiotic relationship that exists between external and internal patterns and processes, from the most minute of internal rhythms to the great exoterrestrial cycles that cause the rise and collapse of whole civilizations. They were aware of the potentially beneficial or disruptive effects of the seasons of time that move the sky, Earth, body, and mind. They knew that exogenous EMF fluctuations and gravitational tides have a regulating or disordering effect on the endogenous EMF fluctuations and tides that drive biological functions which regulate or disorder the biochronological clock. They knew that there exists a seamless web of lunar, solar, galactic, stellar, and interplanetary electromagnetic fluctuations and gravitational tides that are all synchronized, and that are also synchronized with biological periodicity (including cellular, organ, and hormonal rhythms) and changing states of consciousness. The churning of the sky opens and closes sea anemones, moves sap through trees, and charts the course of whale migration. They move the caterpillar to butterfly and fetus to birth. They shape our perception and thoughts, color our dreams, and create life sustaining tides in our bodies. They build towering civilizations and they reduce them to dust.
More important, our ancient ancestors understood that how we live, our bio-psycho-social patterns, determines the quality of our experience of the external web of rhythmical fluctuations, and that our internal patterns of rhythmicity can become disrupted if we’re living unconscious of, and out of sync with, the external seasonal patterns and processes of Earth and sky.
Equally important, they knew that our bio-psycho-social patterns can stabilize our internal patterns of rhythmicity so that they moderate, repair, and even prevent the potentially negative effects of disruptive and degrading cosmoclimatological fluctuations and gravitational forces. They observed over time that the quality of our cognitive processes and emotional states of being, and the state of our lives and society, are both determinants and indicators of how healthy our internal patterns of rhythmicity — our chronobiological patterns — are or are not. Our ancestors exercised an awareness of external rhythmic influences and corresponding internal rhythmic processes to harmonize and fine-tune them for health and sanity, both individual and collective. As above, so below. As external, so internal.
With this data that they observed and experienced, internally and externally, and organized over tens of thousands of years, they cultivated ways of life and developed many highly effective preventative and reparative medicinal practices that served to protect the systems of mind and body from periodically injurious exoterrestrial conditions, thereby moderating and protecting internal chronobiological rhythms that keep us healthy, while opening and aligning them to beneficial effects. These practices, engaged consistently, promote mental and physical homeostasis, which in turn work to create a stable society that gives birth to healthy and sane progeny, ensuring the survival of the species.
Joseph Campbell describes these sophisticated preventative medicinal practices, an integral part of elder cultures, as the practices of conditioned athletes. He quotes Kenneth H. Cooper, MD, author of a book on physical education, as saying: “A conditioned man, who exercises regularly, will have a resting heart rate of about 60 beats per minute … sixty per minute times 60 minutes, equals 3600 beats per hour. Times 24 hours, equals 86,400 beats a day” (Cooper, 1968, 101). In The Inner Reaches of Outer Space, Campbell goes on to say, “if the beat is sixty a minute (43,200 in twelve hours), it is the pulse of a conditioned athlete in accord with his own nature and with the rhythm of the universe” (Campbell 1986, 12). We looked at the number 432 (and its multiples) earlier and discovered that it is reflective of deep universal patterns and found in ancient records around the world. Our ancient ancestors learned to become attuned to and ride the waves of the myriad levels of rhythmical seasonal fluctuations, skillfully and gently, as a surfer subtly becomes attuned to and rides the waves of the ocean. They were able to moderate, from inside their being, the physical and mental effects associated with the cycling of the day, month, and the annual and precessional seasons — “the burden of time” spoken of in Mayan records and the “endless cycles of cycles” central to Asian traditions. They were conditioned athletes of the mind and inner bodily processes. They consciously centered and balanced themselves to moderate the effects of fluctuating processes and conditions of Earth and sky, rather than being unconsciously driven by and endlessly reacting to the cycling degeneration and regeneration, endless becoming and unbecoming, rising and falling, vibration and combustion, that make life tough.
Our ancestors emphasized stillness and quietude, expansive awareness, and refined insight. They worked to build orderly, calm, and gentle societies in order to live balanced, healthy, adaptive lives within the always shifting and frequently chaotic seasons of time and space. They observed the effects of proper breathing patterns on body and mind, and moved from that center into a heightened awareness of inner space and processes, and through inner space to a profound awareness of their outer surroundings and their processes, with the goal of establishing and maintaining a healthy order of internal systems in balance with external systems.
Around the globe, ancient people incorporated this knowledge of the seasons of time and space and their effects into every aspect of their lives. As an example, nearly every early culture had festivals throughout the year that related to the seasons of time, marrying the above and the below, and weaving this union deep into community memory. These festivals, now usually trivialized as simple fertility celebrations, were a time to reconnect with natural processes and to relieve chronobiological tension resulting from the chaos that exists during seasonal transition and from the tension that results from living in human-made environments, according to human conventions and systems, inconsistent with the patterns of the earth and sky. Many of the festivals were aligned with the chaotic transitional periods that occur between each of the primary annual seasons — times when naturally occurring disorder was allowed to operate within careful parameters. For example, Late Summer festivals in Southern Europe were often characterized by men and women dressing in the other gender’s clothing, lewd clowning, and masked sexual coupling — signifying reversal, degeneration, chaos, and spontaneous regeneration. These festivals were a time to shake off the rigidity of societal patterns and entrenched patterns of thought, to sing and dance, to rest in repose and to celebrate with revelry, and most important, to reconnect to the realities of Earth and sky.
It’s also interesting to note that the northern European traditional literary genres were closely tied to the seasons of existence. Spring related to comedy: a time of growth and joy. Summer was linked to romance, traditionally the tales of heroes and adventure: this is the season of the strong, although, as we shall see, its tail end, Late Summer, contains rampant decay. Autumn was linked to the literary genre of tragedy and loss. Finally, Winter was linked to satire, which has to do with reversals, with subverting the old and dead. Ancient cultures clearly understood that as we move through the cycling seasons of time — the seasons are both moving through us and moving us. Each annual and precessional season sets in motion processes that affect physical health, degrees of consciousness, and patterns of thought and emotion, which influence intention and action. In ancient cultures, and uniquely refined in ancient Chinese culture, the effects of the seasons of time on the body and mind were integral to their highly sophisticated health-care systems. They knew that by being aware of and living in balance with the patterns of earth and sky — the cycling seasons of time found within each day (and the hours of the day), month, year, the life span, and the precessional cycle — then internal chronobiological processes could be harmonized, contributing to physical and emotional wellbeing and the stability of society. They developed a wide range of preventative practices, reparative treatments, awareness techniques, and exercises that were used to balance the relationship between our inner processes and always changing external EMFs and gravitational tides. They knew that the human tendency to inaccurately think body and mind separate from each other, and from everything else, was harmful to everything, and they worked to minimize and even dissolve these patterns of thought.
Modern people have forgotten (and have been systematically taught to forget) where we are. We’re no longer aware of how the sun, the moon, celestial mechanics, and the seasons of time move and shape both mind and body, and by extension, society. We’re unaware of the effects of each annual season in body and mind. We no longer know what time it is in the precessional cycle and we’re no longer aware of its seasonal conditions and their effects on the life forms of the Earth, including us. We no longer know how to live here in this dynamic and tiny clump of rock, fire, soil, water, and air that’s whizzing us around a gigantic flaming sphere in a tiding ocean of electromagnetically pulsing and gravitationally undulating space. Our unconscious habit of living against the rhythms of the natural environments that we’re embedded in takes a great toll on our physical and mental health as a species, but we don’t have to be held prisoner by our amnesia, denial, ignorance, and the blur of media-induced hypnosis. Nor do we have to be captured and unknowingly dragged around by the cycles of times and their effects. This is what sets us apart from the other creatures of the world … we can be conscious of being embedded in the constantly moving systems of Earth and sky, and skillfully build our lives and society in relationship to the always changing cycling realities of this place that has given birth to us, and that subtly and profoundly affect health and consciousness on a moment-by-moment basis.
A WELL-SEASONED LIFE
In this darkening time, as two great celestial cycles are coming to a close, and as the strength of the sun’s, Earth’s, and our own internal electromagnetic fields are declining and disordering, increasing numbers of people are experiencing physical, mental, and emotional distress: peculiar body aches, headaches, physical fatigue, insomnia, unexplained nausea, episodic experiences of disrupted equilibrioception (normal sense of balance), blurred vision, heart arrhythmia, mental exhaustion, runaway thoughts, chronic con¬fusion and anxiety, despair, and combative or compulsive behaviors. Many of these maladies are under the radar of, or unexplained by, mechanized modern medicine, and are related to destabilizing exoterrestrial influences that are causing Earth’s EMF to disorganize and reorganize, and as Earth is slowly being tugged into a new precessional orientation, which is also tugging and shaping our minds and bodies in new ways. There’s a ‘tug-of-war’ going on in Earth and sky, and inside us — we’re literally being pulled in two directions at the core of our being, and we’re physically and mentally unprepared in our alienated modern society to moderate unfamiliar and chaotic exoterrestrial patterns that affect body and mind. We can expect these concerns to become more pronounced and widespread as we move deeper into the erratic cycle-ending transitions currently unfolding. Many more people will feel “under the weather” as the sky becomes more unpredictable and as Earth responds to it. It’s going to get more turbulent beneath our feet, over our heads, and in body and mind, as this declining hemisphere of the precessional cycle moves deeper into its death throes while a new emerging hemisphere of time is beginning its birth spasms, bringing tension-producing and destabilizing cosmoclimatological conditions and unfamiliar gravitational influences to bear.
Uncertainty is the flavor of this topsy-turvy time, but we have the ability to consciously acknowledge this and create the inner conditions that minimize their negative effects and skillfully make use of their positive influences.
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[ excerpt from No Solid Ground: Renewable Contentment and Sustainable Happiness in an Age of Uncertainty — rights reserved ]