Astrology on Your Plate: A Guide to Diet and Exercise through the Zodiac by Anastasia Fox

The activity of the Sun, the Moon, the stars and all the heavenly bodies exert tremendous influence on the soul of man regardless of whether he realises it or not. From this point of view all heavenly bodies represent a great Divine world. All together represent the intelligent worlds. We see only the outside, but not inside where lies all the glory. Each solar system in a certain degree represents intelligence. All solar systems, as well as ours, in turn, represent a group of systems.

The whole space has the shape of a man and the smallest particle corresponds to the relevant part of this great, great body. Famous stars of the Milky Way, or any constellation, or entire systems can talk with you, wherever you are. They have stations in your brain. If you know their language every day you can hear a story from the Sun, from a planet, from a star.

All the planets have their purpose. On them live advanced beings. They are more advanced in age and in wisdom than us, because they have emerged from God much earlier than us. Their wisdom is so great that the culture of the modern world, in comparison with the culture of Sirius is in its infancy. One day, when our solar system will finish its development, it will go the way of Sirius and then we will have completely different conceptions of things.

The planets, in general the heavenly bodies, are centres out of which go enormous energies in all directions and on this is based their importance. There are special situations, where important moments in life are determined by the position of the planets, the Sun and the stars.

To understand the life on the Sun, man should at first find his Sun. Everyone has in himself a little Sun, which is located in the centre of the human brain. The size of this Sun for each person is different, depending on the size of the planets in it. By this Sun namely the soul acquires knowledge. Between the outer Sun and the planets in the sky and the inner Sun and the planets man there is something in common: in rising in their setting, etc. If the inner Sun of man no longer rises and outer loses meaning to him. So between the outer and inner Sun of man there is some relationship. If you break this dependence, man would have no inner light. When the inner and outer Suns both shine, man has the conditions to see. If the inner Sun goes out, man becomes blind. He is deprived of the seeing conditions, of perceiving the Divine knowledge. Today, scientists have suggested that the Sun is a great mass of fire, which consists of hot and burning gases such as oxygen, hydrogen and many other elements. And these statements are true, but you should know that oxygen and all elements that are in the Sun are alive, rational creatures. It is said that the temperature of the Sun is about 5 million degrees. And 5 and 10 and 100 million degrees temperature is, however, if man enters in that fire with his bad thoughts, feelings and desires, it will burn everything and man will be transformed. Light and heat of the physical Sun are not divine, but the light and warmth of the spiritual Sun is Divine. Everyone knows when in him appear the Divine light and heat. When you make one noble deed, you are happy with yourself and at this time the Divine light shines on you.

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