The cosmos moves through its dynamic cycle, and at the Great Year of the Procession of the Equinoxes, we’ve entered into the Age of Aquarius.
What does that even mean? How does this relate to the context of The Seven Chambers? With each blog, we’ll explore a little more each time.
In the epochs of stellar emissions, at various frequencies and wavelengths, nature must change to balance the incoming celestial influence or face extinction. Nature reflects the change of balance as energy back into the cosmos.
Do you remember the scene in La La Land where the two main characters, played by Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, dance with the stars at the Griffith Observatory? It’s as if the scene is playing out our dance with the stars.
This is Elasaid in The Seven Chambers.
She goes back in time to change her dance with the stars so she can change the future.
Each species: mineral, vegetable, animal and human, works through its mission.
Human beings at the top of all these kingdoms are responsible for the husbandry of the earth; to care for the wellbeing of all species to reflect back an energy that refines the negative influence of the Milky Way.
The Zodiac provides the filters that the celestial influences pass through. Its chief influencer is the Sun; a mixture of galactic energy and matter. As those celestial rays flow past the Milky Way they travel through the twelve cosmic windows refined by the spheres of the planets.
What are The Seven Chambers?
They are those places that Elasaid must traverse to refine who she is, and in those places, encounter those aspects of galactic influence. By taming the chambers’ beasts of the underworld the cosmos gives her a different dance.