Jupiter and her moon Ganymede - Voyager 1 (1979)

Jupiter and her moon Ganymede

Voyager 1, 1979

Julie of Light Omega

Even as we have come to recognize the holy nature of the earth's manifestation as a planetary body with consciousness, self-awareness, and love bestowed impartially on all of her inhabitants, so, too, must we recognize, the unique features of the earth as a being in a reciprocal relationship with those who are her inhabitants, and with the other planetary bodies within the galaxy and within the cosmos.  For the earth does not exist alone, but within a community of beings who hold energy of vast proportions as compared to that of a human being.  Her relative position in time and space anchors a vibration that has an effect on the surroundings within the solar system, galaxy, and indeed, within the entire physically manifested universe.

Each planetary body is of this same nature.  Its essential vibration anchors a life-force within the cosmos that enhances the harmonic of the whole, bringing to it a greater amount of one feature or another of Divine origin for the benefit of all.  This is God's manifestation within the universe of planetary bodies, as it is among the population of individual souls – that each is designed to express a particular aspect of Divine grace and beauty, and each has a particular mission or purpose to perform that is the result of the direct expression of its identity and being.

Planetary bodies, as human individuals, also have an innate tendency to self-express  in the manner of fulfilling their potential and becoming what they are designed to become.  In this sense, they have an internal life of their own and an internal timetable and trajectory of development.  Their movement along the path of their own evolution can be inhibited either by their planetary inhabitants or by external currents of cosmic darkness that may seek their own ends in relation to the development of particular planets.  But each planetary body, nevertheless, has an innate, built-in mechanism of growth which will take it, ultimately, toward the point of maximum self-expression.

The consciousness of the planetary body is of a different nature than that of the human consciousness, however, housing more of an awareness of its cellular structure and its physical components, each of which has a consciousness of its own.  It also holds the emotional and mental awareness that comprises the collectivity of its inhabitants.  Because each planetary body is attuned to the larger galactic or universal harmonic, one cannot say that it exists independently and could decide to develop along different lines than those that have been pre-ordained.  Nevertheless, each has, within itself, a will that urges it to move forward toward its appointed destination, and when this is not possible due to energetic deviation or to the deliberate or unconscious movements of its sentient inhabitants, a planetary body can suffer as greatly as a human body, and can experience sorrow and pain for the deviation from its essential unfoldment that is being forced upon it.

Planetary bodies relate to other planetary bodies in the manner of a family, if we are speaking of those that are relatively close to each other as in a solar system., or more in the manner of distant cousins where they are further away from each other.  But  even then, there is a relationship of vibrational correspondence between the two, and a network effect so that one planet is energetically aware of what another is sending out or communicating.

The universe of interplanetary life is alive with energies and consciousness that is part of the fabric of Creation.  Some of this life occurs within the embodied souls that live upon the planetary spheres, and some occurs within the material and energetic body of the planet itself which houses the consciousness of the great being  who is the physical Mother of all other beings that are its citizens.


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Photo - Taken by Voyager 1, 1979.