History of the Sun and the Earth

As the Sun distributes to Earth the influences from different constellations each month, and this particular month the energies are from Leo and Rays 1, 2, and 5, it is important to our greater picture of reality to note that our Sun’s fiery luminosity was not always available to humanity.

A long time ago, before the globe of the Earth was formed, several molten, fiery. and gaseous areas on the Sun began to solidify and form mineral crusts or islands. The Sun, with its high vibration of fire, began to throw off the encrusted mineral parts, which, in time, became the planets. The first to be thrown off were Uranus, Saturn, Jupiter, and Mars. Later the Earth, with its Moon, was sent forth, followed by Venus and Mercury. The Sun’s magnetism set the circular motions of the planets, with the closeness or distance of each planet to the Sun signifying the different stages of the planetary inhabitant’s spiritual development.

After disengaging from the Sun, Earth’s evolution began in a fiery-foggy mist. The minerals continued to harden, the waters seethed and boiled, and volcanic eruptions eventually formed islands. At this time, humanity lived in cooler, giant fern areas. Language consisted of the sounds of nature, and the one eye (ancient third eye) could perceive only light or dark. The Gods who cared for early humanity were the Lords of Venus, who educated and promoted physical and imaginative development. Located in the Pacific Ocean from New Zealand to north of the Hawaiian Islands, this stage of humanity’s development is referred to as the Lemurian Period.

The next phase of Earth’s development, the Atlantean Period, was located in the Atlantic Ocean. The atmosphere in the southern region was still hot and volcanic, while the north had icy, polar areas. Due to the air containing great amounts of water, the atmosphere remained heavy and the Sun was never seen. Objects appeared dim and hazy. Perception was therefore internal rather than external. Unable to perceive objects outside the Self, the Atlantean could perceive subtle things like the Soul and spiritual essence of an object or person.

In the latter third of the Atlantean Period a great event occurred. Through the mists and fog, which slowly over the centuries had begun to dissipate, a golden light began to be discerned in the sky. And one day, for the first time on Earth, the Sun burst forth from the heavens. Humanity bowed down to this luminous globe and called it God. Thus humanity awoke to the beauty of the physical world, and began to lose perception of Inner worlds.