Lately I’ve been feeling like the Universe is kicking me in the butt! Is it just me? The June Full Moon on the 19th coincided with the Summer Solstice. That won’t happen again for almost a hundred years. Even my dogs were nutzo for 3 days. Never disregard the fact that the Divine Source that controls every atom in the Universe large and in charge. It affects all of us.
Anyone reading an astro calendar over the years knows that day-after-day challenging sky patterns will eventually end — usually replaced by some kind of calming or middle ground trend.
According to one source: The more peace-loving cosmic strains of the divine orchestrators of the multi-verse are about to be played over the next 72 hours — although a few harsh notes are still happening now as the Mean North Node of the Moon squares investment-savvy Vesta (4:32AM), nurturing Ceres makes a fairly rare conjunction with outsider-iconoclast Uranus at 24 degrees of Aries (5:12AM), and Vesta forms an off-kilter, 150-degree tie with…Our point being… is that everyday in every way the Divine Source is orchestrating our multi-verse. Our job is to meditate and learn to ride the celestial roller-coaster with grace and poise….LOL!
I recently began to study the Music of the Spheres after I heard them mentioned in an English detective show. Yes, I’m one of those crazies that has to look up everything. So there is yet another energy phenomena playing orchestrally in our Cosmos. Who knew? For me it reminds me to keep the Source in mind at all times. It explains so much of the explainable in daily life. By the by I found this information online from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Harmony of the world, 1806
Musica Universalis (literally universal music), also called Music of the spheres or Harmony of the Spheres, is an ancient philosophical concept that regards proportions in the movements of celestial bodies—the Sun, Moon, and planets—as a form of musica (the MedievalLatin term for music). This “music” is not usually thought to be literally audible, but a harmonic, mathematical or religious concept. The idea continued to appeal to thinkers about music until the end of the Renaissance, influencing scholars of many kinds, including humanists.
The Music of the Spheres incorporates the metaphysical principle that mathematical relationships express qualities or “tones” of energy which manifest in numbers, visual angles, shapes and sounds – all connected within a pattern of proportion. Pythagoras first identified that the pitch of a musical note is in proportion to the length of the string that produces it, and that intervals between harmonious sound frequencies form simple numerical ratios. In a theory known as the Harmony of the Spheres, Pythagoras proposed that the Sun, Moon and planets all emit their own unique hum (orbital resonance) based on their orbital revolution, and that the quality of life on Earth reflects the tenor of celestial sounds which are physically imperceptible to the human ear. Subsequently, Plato described astronomy and music as “twinned” studies of sensual recognition: astronomy for the eyes, music for the ears, and both requiring knowledge of numerical proportions.
The three branches of the Medieval concept of musica were presented by Boethius in his book De Musica:
- musica mundana (sometimes referred to as musica universalis)
- musica humana (the internal music of the human body)
- musica quae in quibusdam constituta est instrumentis (sounds made by singers and instrumentalists)
According to Max Heindel‘s Rosicrucian writings, the heavenly “music of the spheres” is heard in the Region of Concrete Thought, the lower region of the mental plane, which is an ocean of harmony.
It is also referred to in Esoteric Christianity as the place where the state of consciousness known as the “Second Heaven” occurs.