Many are aware of the climatic changes that are taking place upon the Earth. For, if you look around – and listen to your scientists that study the Earth and its climate – you will find there are many places on this Earth where it is far too hot. Other places, there is drought, excessive monsoon rain, and in other places, volcanic activity and earthquakes. In this article we will look at possible astrological relations of climate change.
Since the end of the Thirteen Baktun cycle in the Mayan long count, December 21, 2012, the energies of the 4th Dimension have been raised and via the stargates, the energies of the 5th Dimension (and higher) have returned to Earth. Since the Fall of Atlantis, humanity fell out of the 5th Dimension, and the stargates, the web of light around the Earth were closed; extra dimensional energies were shut off, and humanity was left to recover in 3D reality.
The outer planets of Uranus, Neptune and Pluto ceased to transmit their gravitational effects to Earth and the light energies effects were not felt within the individual human. However, when these planets changed signs or nakshatras, some energies were pronounced on a global scale, for galactic energies form part of the whole, the kalapurusha (the body of space and time). In this article we look to the return of the 5th Dimensional light, and the effects of one outer planet, Uranus.
The Earth faces many problems from many causes, and nearly all of our climate problems are human induced. Higher cosmic beings – such as Cosmic Sai Baba and other members of the Hierarchy – are guiding the leaders of our planets and the scientists. In this message, we reveal how scientists and the Pope have been guided from a higher source.
Milarepa (Mi-la-ras-pa), Tibet, roughly “Mila who wears the cotton cloth of an ascetic,” 1025- 1135; by far the most famous saint of Tibet. After trials of the utmost difficulty imposed on him by his master, Marpa, he received the complete teachings of the mahamudra and of the Naro chodrug. His diligent and exemplary exertion in the realization of these teachings brought about the founding of the – Kagyupa school. The biography of Milarepa, composed in the 15th century, with all the spiritual songs it contains, is still today one of the greatest sources of inspiration in Tibetan Buddhism.
In this article we continue the Earth Honouring series, where we take a look at the challenges facing all those who call Earth their home. There are massive challenges to all who live on Earth: religious fanaticism presents unwelcome images of our future; corporate greed and manipulation operate silently, off-the-radar, so to speak, and both climate change and the collapse of eco-system diversity (along with loss of species) presents an outer biodiversity effect, and we must look to the inner biological effect of all these challenges on the being we call human: homo sapiens sapiens…