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Wheels Within Wheels Forever
By Cline Clark   
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Last edited: Saturday, June 30, 2007
Posted: Thursday, June 02, 2005

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All is Vibration and there is no new thing under the sun.

Not long ago (in universal time) on planet earth, the creative process of evolution produced a mysterious new thing called life.  It is patterned after all of the workings of the process itself. 

Just as the process has done for countless years, life began to evolve and expand into millions of forms.  At the outset each new form of the universe is in harmony with all the others in a precise mathmatical relationship. 

Pythagorous discovered the formula thousands of years ago and labled it the "music of the spheres." 

During millions of years of growth and evolution under the quidance and direction of the universal life force, every part of the universe is changing.  We can observe the face of the planet altering, sometimes quickly during an earthquake, tsunami, or volcano erruption; sometimes slowly during erosion.  Even mountains crumble under the influences of  heavy rainfall.

Some creations seem to resist the demand for change.  They cease to live.  The dinosaurs and other life forms give way to new species. Among the most recent of  these new creatures are human beings.

Under the influence of the perpetual harmonious pressure of the music of the spheres, planet earth and all of its creatures is part of a series of cycles like wheels of fire transporting us wherever the universe is taking us.  The regularity and ubiquity of the events tend to cause them to go unnoticed.

In our effort to understand and utilize the cycles of the flaming wheels, we recognize that our planet is similar in shape to a sphere, and that it rotates 360 degrees on its axis once every twenty-four hours.  Of course all of our calculations are approximations because the perfection of the universe is beyond precise measurement.

We divide each hour of the day into sixty minutes.  Each minute contains sixty seconds which approximate the pulse rate of a human being -- and also the rhythmi of orgasm and ejaculation in the process of perpetuating the existence of our species.

Approximately every month (28 days) the moon and the sun are so aligned that the ocean tides are their highest.  This is also the approximate timing of the menstrual cycle.

While our planet is spinning daily it is also circling the hub of its wheel, our sun, every 365 days we call a year.  In turn the hub of the sun's wheel circles another hub every 2164 years we call an age.  We are just beginning to experience the new age, Aquarius.

Every twelve thousand ages, twenty-six million (26,000,000) years, planet earth totaly recycles.  All life forms are destroyed.

It is estimated that, at the end of this final fiery rotation of the wheel, our sun will have "burned out."  Like other supernovas that occur when a star "dies,"  An enormous explosion will vaporize all of the planets in our solar system.

Set your watch!  How long will we be allowed to algn ourselves with our precise mathmatical purpose here and now and enjoy the gift of life before joining the dinosaurs.

And what is that purpose?  To harmonize with each other and the music of the spheres.  Everything else in the universe does it, why should we be different?

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