RULING the Earth is not the “god” gravity, as taught by modern science, but something much more powerful, and even closer to home.
That something is the universal Tibetan god “Fohat”or electro-magnetism, the central principle of Theosophy defined as a conscious electro-spiritual power.
In defiance of modern science’s gravity god, magnetism and electricity are on their face the real universal forces, twins underpinning nature and the infinite cosmos — from fireflies to huge galaxies, to the mysterious invisible atom.
Mainstream physicists are still stuck on gravity to support their dubious ‘standard model.’ Science still insists that gravity alone (a secondary force according to Theosophy) runs the whole universe — yet, as with magnetism, science really understands very little about either force.
“It seems that the Sun does not even ‘respect’ gravity,” the Thunderbolts site reports: “The mass of charged particles expelled by the Sun as the solar wind continues to accelerate beyond Mercury, Venus, and Earth.
“Solar prominences and coronal mass ejections do not obey gravity either. Nor does sunspot migration.”
“Nor does the movement of the atmosphere, since the upper layers rotate faster than the lower, reversing the situation predicted by theory,” Thunderbolts physicists demonstrate, “while the equatorial atmosphere completes its rotation more rapidly than the atmosphere at higher latitudes, another reversal of predicted motions.”
But back to Earth, a young Serbian schoolgirl amazed doctors with her astonishing magnetic hands, which, like our Sun — following the Hermetic axiom,”as above, so below” — possessed gravity defying power. And, as to the Sun, we are dependent for life on the ‘little sun’ in our bodies — the heart.
Just as there is a regular circulation of the ‘blood’ or life fluid throughout our solar system, the Sun is the heart of the solar system.
It is “the same as the circulation of the blood in the human body or life,” says occult science (SD 1:541) — “the Sun contracting as rhythmically at every return of it, as the human heart does.”
“Everything in the universe follows the rule of analogy,” Blavatsky assures her readers in The Secret Doctrine (1:177). “Man is the microcosm of the Universe. That which takes place on the spiritual plane repeats itself on the Cosmic plane.
“Concretion follows the lines of abstraction; corresponding to the highest must be the lowest; the material to the spiritual.”