Changes in the Universe

Changes in the Universe and in the Book of Changes

1. Heaven is high, the earth is low; thus the Creative and the Receptive are determined. In corresponding with this difference between low and high, inferior and superior places are established.

Movement and rest have their definite laws; according to these, firm and yielding lines are differentiated.

Events follow definite trends, each according to its nature. Things are distinguished from one another in definite classes. In this way good fortune and misfortune come about. In the heavens phenomena take form; on earth shapes take form. In this way change and transformation become manifest.

…….Heaven is high….

………….Light comes from heaven.

…………Heaven is above us

…………The light of the stars radiate

…………The light of the constellations and the Zodiac radiate

…………The light of the Sun radiates

…………The light of the Moon radiates

…………The light of the planets radiate

…………The heavenly light is above us.

…………It radiates and creates life.

…………Light is not receptive, it is creative!

…..the earth is low….

…………Darkness comes from earth.

…………Earth is beneath the stars and receives their light.

…………Earth is beneath the constellations and the zodiac

…………and receives their light.

…………Earth is beneath the Sun and receives its light.

…………Earth is beneath the Moon and receives its light.

…………Earth is beneath the planets and receives their light.

…………The earth is dark and receives light from above.

…………Without this light there would be no life.

…………The earth is beneath our feet.

…………It is dark,

…………But open and receptive to light.

…..thus the Creative and the Receptive are determined.

…………The creative is the way of light.

…………The receptive is the way of darkness.

…………The constellations or the twelve signs or animals of the

…………Zodiac are the ways of heaven.

…………The wandering lights; the Sun, Moon and planets represent

…………movements in the heavens.

…………The earth has its phases or areas of experience of receptivity.

…………Light from the heavens warms the earth, creates life and

…………stimulates activity.

…………The earth receives the light. It responds to the light and gives

…………birth to life.

…………On the earth there are distinctions of higher and lower

…………As in mountains and valleys

…………As in closer to heaven above, or deeper in the earth below.

…………The earth receives the light in stages.

…………The astrological houses likewise represent the distinctions

…………or differing stages of above and below, of receptivity and

…………worldly functions from midnight to sunrise to noon

…………to sunset and back to midnight

…………In a similar but more mysterious manner

…………our sensations and thoughts reveal our attachment to the

…………darkness or textures of life around us,

…………and our inner awareness reveals our inner light.

…..In corresponding with this difference between low and high, inferior …..and superior places are established.

…………Within the heavens there are circumstances of greater light

…………and greater darkness.

…………In the Zodiac there is the longest day and the longest night.

…………In the constellations there are groupings of stars and patterns

…………of their light.

…………The Sun is the greatest light and the predominant source of

…………creativity.

…………The Moon is the next greatest light and it reflects the light

…………of the Sun when the Sun cannot be seen.

…………In astrology the Sun warms the earth and creates life.

…………The Moon pulls the water on the earth and sustains life.

…………The planets represent changing functions within the greater

…………scheme of creativity and living.

…………On the earth there are also circumstances of greater light

…………and greater darkness,

…………commonly known as the hours of the day.

…………What is higher is closer to the light.

…………What is lower is closer to the darkness.

…………Thus we have what is above and what is below.

…………We stand on the earth.

…………At any moment, half of the universe is above us and half

…………of the universe is below us.

…………In the half above, the highest point above is

…………the superior place,

………… in that all can see it.

…………In this position there are no impediments to the light

…………and it shines in its most radiant power.

…………In the universe of stars and celestial lights, this is the zenith

…………or point directly over our heads.

…………In the Zodiac this is the midheaven or highest point of the

…………Zodiac

…………in the heavens above us (When facing south in the northern

…………hemisphere or facing north in the southern hemisphere).

…………To be more specific it represents the highest point in the

…………Zodiac on the north-south axis.

…………When the Sun, as it moves through the Zodiac,

…………is at the highest point in the sky above us, it is at the

…………Midheaven.

…………It is at its greatest prominence.

…………This is Noon or the moment of greatest light in a day.

…………It is the peak of the day and the Sun’s most prominent

…………position.

…………The light increases for twelve hours until it reaches

…………its maximum at noon,

…………after which it decreases as the sun sets.

…………In the half of the universe that is below us,

…………the lowest point is the most inferior, in that it cannot be seen.

…………In this position the light is completely impeded.

…………The radiance is obscured or hidden by the earth.

…………This is the most inferior position.

…………In the universe of stars and celestial lights this is the Nadir

…………or the point directly beneath our feet on the other side

…………of the earth.

…………In the Zodiac this is the IC or lowest point of the Zodiac

…………in the heavens beneath us on the other side of the earth.

…………To be more specific this represents the lowest point

…………of the Zodiac beneath us on the north-south axis.

…………When the Sun, which moves in the Zodiac,

…………is at the lowest point in the sky below us, at the IC,

…………it is at its lowest prominence.

…………This is midnight or the peak of darkness in the depth of night,

…………the Sun’s least prominent position.

…………The light decreases (darkness increases) for twelve hours

…………as the Sun sets until it reaches its minimum at midnight;

…………after which the light increases for twelve hours

…………as the Sun rises until it reaches it maximum point of influence

…………or prominence at noon.

…………The Moon and each planet likewise ascend to prominence

…………and descend to obscurity.

…………At maximum prominence each light is in its most superior

…………position high above us.

…………At minimum prominence each light is in its most inferior

…………position deep beneath us.

…..Movement and rest have their definite laws;…..

…………The light increases and then it wanes (darkness increases).

…………This follows a natural law of cyclic phenomena.

…………In the year cycle:

…………From the greatest darkness at the longest night

…………the days get longer until the longest day, then the days get

…………shorter until the longest night, and then the cycle repeats.

…………In the day cycle: from the greatest darkness of the day

…………at midnight light increases until noon then the light

…………decreases (darkness increases) until midnight,

…………and then the cycle repeats.

…………In the Moon of planetary cycles:

…………From the greatest darkness at the New moon

…………(or conjunction) light increases,

…………the Moon waxes until the Full Moon, and then the

…………light decreases, the Moon wanes,

…………until the New Moon, after which the cycle begins again.

…………As light increases, movement and activity increase.

…………This is the way of the Firm or the way of the Creative.

…………As darkness increases, passivity

…………and the need for rest increases,

…………this is the way of the Yielding or the way of the Receptive.

…..according to these, firm and yielding lines are differentiated.

…………In the changes the lines are like the degrees of the Zodiac,

…………or of a circle or cycle.

…………What is expressed here is that the determination of solid

…………and broken lines

…………comes from these heavenly and earthly cycles

…………and from the corresponding sequence of fluctuating light

…………and darkness.

…………This is a definitive statement that the changes correspond to

…………and are derived from heavenly and earthly phenomena

…………and their cycles.

…………Primary deduction of the I Ching originated from natural

…………phenomena.

…………The determination of firm and yielding lines

…………came from the observation of cycles of light and darkness.

…………These experiential expressions are distinct from

…………mathematical reasoning or deduction which began

…………to surface around 1200 BC with the written works

…………of King Wan and his son the Duke of Chou.

…..Events follow definite trends,….

…………This is an affirmation of the cyclical nature of reality

…………and the foundational basis of the changes.

…………As light increases, activity increases.

…………As darkness increases, receptivity increases.

…………In a similar manner the constellations rise to prominence

…………and then set into obscurity.

…………The moving heavenly lights (Sun, Moon and planets)

…………do the same.

…………Here we have the movements of the heavens and

…………the movements of the earth.

…………The earth rotates counter-clockwise and the heavens

…………appear to move clockwise.

…………The Zodiac signs move through the astrological houses.

…………The Moving Lights have both a heavenly cycle of their

…………own orbits, in which they move through the images in heaven

…………or the Zodiac; and an earthly cycle of rising and setting

…………in which the Moving Lights move through

…………the astrological houses

…………from low to high and back.

…………These Moving Lights also move through the firm and

…………yielding lines of the hexagrams.

…………With the introduction of mathematical reasoning

…………to the changes,

…………in the time of King Wan and the Duke of Chou (1200 BC) ,

…………came the obscuration of the Moving Lights.

…………Astrology was minimized and the Moving Lights omitted

…………or left behind.

…………The trends became only the changes in the lines and

…………the sequences of the hexagrams.

…………Originally they included the Moving Lights,

…………which moved through the images in the heavens

…………revealing a sequence of corresponding events.

…………(For example: Sun in Aries, Taurus, etc.).

…………They also moved through the lines on the earth,

…………or the astrological houses,

…………from below to above and back again.

…………(For example: Sun or Moon in House 3, 2, 1, 12, 11, 10 etc.),

…………which revealed a second sequence of events.

…………The Moving Lights in their own cycles and relationships

…………to each other revealed a further sequence of events:

…………cycles of moving relationships or aspect cycles.

…………From the dark New moon to the bright Full Moon

…………and back again.

…………The events in these cycles correspond to unique distinctive

…………trends.

…………The lights above create in the darkness below and

…………they do so in cycles,

…..each according to its nature…..

…………The events follow trends each according to its own nature.

…………In the heavens we have Moving Lights following

…………definite trends

…………moving through the Zodiac signs and houses,

…………and cycles of relationships (like Moon Phases)

…………moving in accordance with their own nature.

…………Each light has its own nature and its own movement.

…………The Sun moves as the creator of life.

…………Its nature is to give creative confidence and purpose.

…………The Moon moves as the sustainer of life.

…………It pulls the waters on the earth bringing high tides

…………and low tides.

…………Its nature is to nourish.

…………The Moon represents the memory and the ability to reflect

…………on the past.

…………The water-ball or Mercury represents the waters of the mind.

…………Its nature is to develop perceptiveness.

…………Mercury refers to the ability to make sense out of

…………relationships and to communicate.

…………The metal-ball or Venus, known as the planet of love and beauty,

…………represents the material things in life.

…………Its nature is one of attraction and repulsion: love and hate,

…………wealth and poverty, beauty and ugliness, contentment

…………and discontent,

…………envy and satisfaction.

…………The fire-ball or Mars represents the energy available in life

…………and the desire for experience.

…………Its nature is to express force and power and

…………to make things happen.

…………The wood-ball or Jupiter is the planet of fortune

…………and understanding.

…………Its nature is one of expansion and joviality,

…………and of opportunity and comprehension.

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…………The earth-ball or Saturn represents solidity and structure.

…………Its nature is one of authority, discipline, restraint, patience,

…………accomplishment and respect.

…………Only the lights that could be seen were used:

…………the Sun, the Moon and the five wanderers

…………(Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn).

…………In the early days of Fu Hsi,

…………the planets, Sun and Moon were the heavenly Moving Lights

…………that went through changes to which worldly events

…………corresponded.

…………It was not until the times of mathematical reasoning

…………that the Moving Lights became considered as elements

…………that interpenetrate, influence each other and change with

…………the seasons

…………thereby affecting health and life;

…………rather than as planetary beings moving through their changes

…………and setting off events according to the definite trends

…………of the images in heaven (animal signs of the Zodiac),

…………the lines on the earth (astrological houses)

…………and the phases of relationships (aspects).

…………In the mathematical era 1200 BC to the present (2000 AD),

…………astrology was obscured for a new era of understanding.

…………Unfortunately, in the process, a greater natural literacy

…………was hidden.

…..Things are distinguished from one another in definite classes…..

…………In the I Ching: This refers to the different images and

…………nature of each trigram and subsequently of each hexagram,

…………in which the trigrams are doubled.

…………Each hexagram line also has a distinctive nature

…………according to its level within the hexagram:

…………from the inferior to the superior, from low to high,

…………from what is above to what is below and what is in between.

…………In Astrology:

…………The planets are distinguished from each other by the signs

…………and the houses they are in

…………and by the inter-relationships (aspects & phases)

…………between them.

…..In this way good fortune and misfortune come about…..

…………In Astrology:

…………The positions of each planet in the signs of the Zodiac

…………and the houses will bring differing degrees of increase

…………and decrease, of good fortune and misfortune.

…………Each planet has good and bad qualities and represents

…………different functions which are enhanced

…………or diminished by its position

…………in a Zodiac sign (images in the heavens)

…………or in a house (lines on the earth).

…………For example:

…………Mars in Aries is positively accentuated encouraging strength

…………and courage

…………while Mars in Libra is often indecisive and weaker.

…………Mars in House 1 will bring power and strength to the

…………individual

…………while Mars in House 12 is misguided and will often bring

…………failure.

…………In this way good fortune and misfortune come about

…………and can be known.

…………There are further implications according to the degree

…………a planet is in within a sign.

…………In the I Ching:

…………Each line can be fortunate or unfortunate according to

…………whether it is solid or broken in an odd or even place

…………and in accordance with its relationship

…………to the other six lines of the hexagram.

…………Each line is like a degree of the heavenly and earthly circles

…………and a planet, the Sun, or the Moon will be increased

…………or decreased according to whether the line is solid (firm)

…………or broken (yielding) and in an odd or even place.

…..In the heavens phenomena take form;….

…………Heavenly phenomena are the circumstances of

…………the celestial lights and their changes.

…………Stars are of differing brightness and in different groupings.

…………The constellations represent the main groups

…………that the Moving Lights move through.

…………These are understood to be the celestial animals in the Zodiac

…………of constellations.

…………The Moving Lights are the Sun, the Moon, the planets,

…………and could even include comets, and meteorites.

…………In the heavens the phenomena of the lights take form

…………as they join together and separate.

…..on earth shapes take form…..

…………The light of the heavens create life and shapes take form.

…………Thus we have the spiritual lights above creating,

…………and the earthly forms below receiving.

…………The signs and phenomena above create and

…………influence the houses below.

…………This is not saying as above so below,

…………but that what is above influences

…………and creates what is below.

…………The horoscope is a map of how celestial influences

…………affect or determine our lives.

….In this way change and transformation become manifest.

…………This is a direct affirmation of astrology,

…………which has been the wisdom and science

…………of the world for thousands of years.

…………The lights above in the heavens and their changes

…………manifest below on the earth as forms changing and transforming.

…………This reveals meaning

…………In the cycle of the seasons

…………In the cycle of the day

…………In the cycle of the phases of the Moon

…………In the cycles of the other Moving Lights

…………(planets, asteroids, comets, etc)

…………The celestial phenomena changing and

…………transforming become manifest on earth

…………through its forms and changing environments.

…………This confirms that the underlying principles

…………of the I Ching are astrological.

…………They come from the logic or wisdom of the stars

…………which we stand under and through the observation

…………of which we come to a greater understanding.

2. Therefore the eight trigrams succeed one another by turns, as the firm and the yielding displace each other.

…………This implies a natural sequence of the hexagrams

…………based on the relationship to heaven and earth,

…………and their changes and transformations.

…………This is primarily a phenomenal perception.

…………The mathematical insights were added later

…………when the sequence of the trigrams was changed

…………(1200 BC)

…………After the greatest darkness, light comes.

…………After the greatest light, darkness comes.

…………In the year cycle

…………From the longest night at the winter solstice

…………(Dec. 22) light increases.

…………It increases until the longest day at the Summer

…………Solstice (June 21).

…………From the longest day (June 21) darkness

…………increases until the longest night (Dec. 22).

…………In the day cycle light increases from midnight to noon,

…………and then darkness increases from noon back to midnight.

…………In the Moon cycle light increases from the New Moon

…………until the Full Moon,

…………and then it decreases, or darkness increases

…………until the next New Moon.

…………Half of the year there is more darkness than daylight,

…………from the Fall Equinox (Sept. 23)

…………to the Spring Equinox (Mar. 21).

…………Half of the year there is more daylight than darkness,

…………from the Spring Equinox (Mar. 21)

…………to the Fall Equinox (Sept. 23).

…………Half of the day there is more daylight than darkness,

…………from sunrise to sunset.

…………Half of the day there is more darkness than daylight,

…………from sunset to sunrise.

…………Half of the moon cycle the Moon is waxing

…………and light increases.

…………Half of the moon cycle the moon is waning

…………and darkness increases.

…………These two levels of the light and the darkness

…………displacing each other reveal the four great truths

…………or divisions.

…………Each quarter then divides in half and there is a dark half

…………and a light half of each season, of each quarter

…………of the day and of each quarter of the Moon phases.

…………In this way the natural sequence of

…………the eight trigrams is determined

…………with the firm light and the yielding darkness

…………displacing each other in turns.

…………This is the natural sequence of Fu Hsi

…………or the Sequence of Earlier Heaven.

…………In each circle the solid and the broken lines alternate.

…………In each circle,

…………wherever there is a broken line on one side,

…………there will be a solid line on the opposite side.

…………Everything, as in nature, is neutral and balanced

…………across a complete cycle.

…………The spiral or direction can be clockwise or

…………counterclockwise but the sequence of trigrams

…………is the same.

…………Note: The trigrams represent the phases between

…………the eight directions or divisions (of the compass).

…………The eight directions are the dividing lines

…………between the trigram phases.

3. Things are aroused by thunder and lightning; they are fertilized by wind and rain. Sun and moon follow their courses and it is now hot, now cold.

…..Things are aroused by thunder and lightning…

…………These are the first two trigrams of the increasing light half.

…………The next two trigrams in the sequence:

…………the lake and the heaven are not mentioned.

…..they are fertilized by wind and rain….

…………These are the first two trigrams of the increasing dark half.

…………The next two trigrams in the sequence:

…………the mountain and the earth are not mentioned.

…………The word “things” refers primarily to the Moving Lights

…………but has been more loosely applied to mean “all things”.

…………This represents the beginning of interpreting

…………the implications of the Moving Lights within

…………the trigrams as influenced by heavenly lights

…………(signs and phases)

…………and the earthly forms (houses).

4. The way of the Creative brings about the male.

The way of the Receptive brings about the female.

…..The way of the Creative brings about the male….

…………The increasing light half of the cycle represents

…………the way of the male (creative).

…………This is the sequence of the four trigrams that build up

…………to the greatest light

…………or greatest firmness or the creative heavenly father.

…………The bottom line of these four trigrams is solid

…………for the increasing light half of the cycle.

…………In the original system of Fu Hsi

…………these trigrams represented the three sons and the father.

…..The way of the Receptive brings about the female.

…………The increasing dark half of the cycle represents

…………the way of the female (receptive).

…………This is the sequence of the four trigrams that build up

…………to the greatest darkness, or to the greatest receptivity

…………or to the receptive yielding earth mother.

…………The bottom line of these four trigrams is broken

…………for the increasing dark half of the cycle.

…………In the original system of Fu Hsi these trigrams

…………represented the three daughters and the mother.

5. The Creative knows the great beginnings.

The Receptive completes the finished things.

…..The Creative knows the great beginnings.

…………Out of the greatest darkness light comes.

…………Out of the womb a life is born.

…………The great beginning is the beginning of life,

…………Or the beginning of any cycle.

…………As the light increases so does experience

…………and knowledge.

…………True knowledge knows where it comes from

…………And upon what it is based.

…………The more one goes out in life, the more one knows.

…………This is the way of the creative.

…………Knowledge is power.

…..The Receptive completes the finished things.

…………Out of the greatest light darkness comes.

…………Out of life, death comes.

…………The finished things is the end of life

…………Or the end of any cycle.

…………As darkness increases so does understanding.

…………True understanding understands where life

…………is going to

…………And what is needed for completion.

…………The more one goes within in life

…………The more one understands.

…………This is the way of the receptive.

…………Without going out of the door

…………One can understand the ways of love.

6. The Creative knows through the easy.

The Receptive can do things through the simple.

…..The Creative knows through the easy.

…………The Creative acts.

…………It is easy to do things.

…………Life just happens!

…………Energy goes out.

…………Action is power.

…………As the light half of a cycle increases

…………So does activity and knowledge.

…………From the greatest darkness to the greatest light

…………From the longest night to the longest day

…………From Capricorn to Gemini

…………From midnight to noon

…………From New Moon to Full Moon

…………Activity increases

…………Knowledge develops.

…………Action becomes easier.

…………It becomes easier to do things.

…..The Receptive can do things through the simple.

…………The Receptive reacts and simply finishes things,

…………Understanding life and where it leads.

…………Completing what needs to be completed.

…………Energy is held within and conserved.

…………Non action is wisdom.

…………As the dark half of a cycle increases

…………So does reactivity

…………And understanding.

…………From the greatest light to the greatest darkness

…………From the longest day to the longest night

…………From Cancer to Sagittarius

…………From noon to midnight

…………From the Full Moon to the New Moon

…………Reactivity increases

…………Until it comes to non action.

…………It becomes simple necessity to complete things.

…………One yearns for rest.

7. What is easy, is easy to know; what is simple, is easy to follow. He who is easy to know attains fealty. He who is easy to follow attains works. He who possesses attachment can endure for long; he who possesses works can become great. To endure is the disposition of the sage; greatness is the field of action of the sage.

…..What is easy, is easy to know ….

…………This is the way of increasing light.

…………The more light there is, the more activity is stimulated.

…………The greater the activity, the easier it is to gain knowledge.

…………This is the way of the individual.

…………This is the way of the father.

…………The more one does, the more one knows.

…………The more one knows, the easier it is to do things.

…..What is simple, is easy to follow

…………This is the way of increasing darkness.

…………The more darkness there is, the less there is to do.

…………The greater the receptivity or reactivity,

…………the simpler one can make things.

…………Through the simple others will follow,

…………and even children will be able to help.

…………This is the way of the family or the group.

…………This is the way of the mother.

…………The more one understands, the simpler life becomes.

…………The simpler life becomes, the more people will follow

…………or join in.

…………It’s simple!

…………United we stand, divided we fall.

…..He who is easy to know attains fealty.

…………If one is easy to know, one will be easy to talk to

…………and will be well recognized.

…………This is the way of the male, the way of creativity.

…………From Capricorn to Gemini the daylight increases

…………and so does independent activity and words.

…………What is difficult in Capricorn becomes easy in Gemini.

…………The more light there is, the more one sees

…………and the more there is to talk about.

…………The more one talks, the more others hear what one says.

…………The easier one communicates,

…………The easier it is for others to listen.

…..He who is easy to follow attains works.

…………If one is easy to follow, others will align

…………And be glad to participate and offer their services.

…………This is the way of the female,

…………The way of Receptivity and humility

…………The way of the family or group.

…………From Cancer to Sagittarius as the darkness increases

…………So does the ability to share and interrelate.

…………This is the essence of community.

…………What is difficult in Cancer becomes developed

…………in Sagittarius.

…………The more darkness there is, the more one reflects.

…………The more one reflects, the more sensitive one becomes

…………to others,

…………The more sensitive one becomes,

…………the more others will feel that they belong,

…………The more they will be willing to contribute,

…………The more people put their energies together,

…………The more accomplishments or works can be achieved.

…..He who possesses attachment can endure for long.

…………The more one has, the more one will be able to survive.

…………This is the way of the creative, the individual.

…………As daylight increases from very little – times of scarcity

…………and hardship – in Capricorn to very much in Gemini

…………– times of abundance and freedom.

…………One does one’s own thing!

…………The more one has, the more one can do

…………and the longer one can do it.

…..He who possesses works can become great.

…………The more sensitive and responsible one is

…………The more people will trust and align.

…………They will be willing to help.

…………This is the way of the family or group, of the mother.

…………As darkness increases from

…………just a little in Cancer where one will help

…………if there is something to be gained;

…………to abundant darkness in Sagittarius

…………where one will help with great enthusiasm.

…………The more people align and put their energies together,

…………The greater the accomplishment that can be achieved.

…..To endure is the disposition of the sage.

…………On the one hand,

…………the sage will be attached to what he knows,

…………and thus he will endure.

…………He will accumulate and develop experience.

…………His knowledge will endure.

…..Greatness is the field of action of the sage.

…………On the other hand,

…………The sage will also be able to reflect

…………And be sensitive to the needs of others,

…………Therefore he will attract many followers.

…………With many followers great works can be achieved.

…………When the sage’s knowledge applies

…………to the needs of others

…………The field of action becomes great.

…………By applying the knowledge of the heavenly images,

…………the earthly forms and the moving lights

…………to the needs of oneself and of others,

…………one’s field of action truly becomes great.

8. By means of the easy and the simple we grasp the laws of the whole world. When the laws of the whole world are grasped, therein lies perfection.

…..By means of the easy and the simple we grasp the laws of the whole world.

…………The easy is the way of light, the creative.

…………This is the increasing light of any cycle.

 …………                 In the seasons – the zodiac and its images.

 …………                 In the day – the houses or lines on the earth.

 …………                In the relations of the Moving lights

………… – moon phases and aspect phases.

…………The simple is the way of darkness, the receptive.

…………This is the increasing darkness of any cycle.

 …………                 In the seasons – the zodiac and its images.

 …………                 In the day – the houses or lines on the earth.

 …………                 In the relations of the Moving lights

………… – moon phases and aspect phases.

…………These truly represent the laws of the whole world.

…..When the laws of the whole world are grasped,

…..therein lies perfection.

…………The laws of the whole world represent both

…………the changes and astrology

…………as they are one and the same thing:

…………the laws of divine or higher order.

…………When we grasp these laws and live accordingly

…………(according to our higher natures),

…………therein lies perfection.

…………This is the value of the changes (and astrology).

…………A challenge is also issued: to live and learn.

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