I posted the full text on the previous post because I felt like it. It’s important information.
On the other hand, since the seventeenth century, science has portrayed the universe as inanimate. The Sun is simply a star like other stars, burning up fuel. Celestial bodies, like all other bodies, are essentially mechanical. In modem scientific thought, the Sun cannot be conscious. The question does not even arise.
For materialists, our consciousness is nothing other than the activity of our brains. From this point of view, since consciousness is confined to human brains ( and is perhaps present to a lesser degree in higher animals) then neither the Sun nor the stars, nor the Earth, nor anything within it except man and perhaps some animals can have consciousness. The Sun, Gaia and indeed the entire universe cannot be conscious because they do not have brains.The link
This is entirely ethnocentric and ludicrous IMO but par for the course with materialist 3D clenching science that hasn’t crawled out of the beaker yet. Lisa T.
Then there is THIS!!
The extraordinary dynamism of the Sun
The eleven year sun-spot cycles, linked to reversals of the magnetic polarity of the Sun are well known. But the sun has recently been found to reverberate, like a gong, to over a million pitches, each bouncing back and forth through the different layers of the interior of the Sun, with the resonance being determined by their pitch. As well as this extraordinarily complex spatio-temporal pattern of vibration, there are the oscillations, perturbations, and harmonics of the electromagnetic field associated with the phenomena on the surface of the Sun such as sun-spots. Magnetic storms on the sun are so intense that they can disrupt radio communications, cause homing pigeons to lose their way, and in other ways affect what happens on Earth.-THE LINK
Ok folks…THE TONES OF CREATION as Jose said, come through the sun. I need to get to work on Voume II of Time is DNA, The Tones of Creation. I may as well. Hardly anyone is following my blog or liking my posts. It’s a good thing my patients respect and appreciate me. I need to use my time wisely.