About 15% to 95% of human
behavior is determined by planetary emanations and positions. The Moon amplifies
planetary emanations if it is aligned with them. Each month on this site a
diagram of the present solar system will be shown and some general predictions
made of solar activity. Then at the end of the month the diagram will be placed
in a previous month's file along with a graph of solar activity, predictions and
errors made, so that a brief inspection will show the accuracy of the
predictions. This is general influences for the entire Earth. On top of that
individuals will have daily ups and downs depending on the resonance with the
particular positions of their own horoscopes (which is probably recorded somehow
within the body from birth.)
Solar activity changes daily.
Streams of particles from the Sun, called the solar wind, impinge on Earth's
atmosphere and cause changes in Earth's magnetic field. Although seemingly
very small, they are enough to trigger changes in brain waves and hormones and
therefore affect behavior.
The light reflected from
planets affects the water. Our bodies are about 65% water and we drink
water. The taste is often slightly altered. Psychophysical effects
are sometimes observed.
Here is a summary of an article published in The
Journal of Borderland Research.
Also in the appendix of
The Spin Force
When planets are nearer the
Earth, and the Moon is aligned with them, the geomagnetic field is also affected
which in turn affects the sensitive human organism.
These effects can be readily
perceived by any careful observer. You can get more information about planetary
influences on your life from:
Click here for example of illustration shown in the Dynamic Solar
The software program which shows planetary positions is
for sale for $27.
It is very flexible and easy to use. Anytime within 10,000 years in the
past and 10,000 years in the future can be examined.
At the click of a mouse, geocentric and heliocentric degrees are displayed.
It comes with a text explaining how Solar Activity is predicted. One
geophysicist, Rhodes Fairbridge, said it was better and easier to use than his
more expensive astronomical programs.
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