Aetherius Radio Live
Written by pennygolden on May 19, 2015
Aetherius Radio Live. Aetherius Society members, Richard Lawrence and Chrissie Blaze bring the wisdom of outer space to help you realize the potential of inner space. Wonderful topics every month such as The Nine Freedoms, Ascended Masters and more!
This month’s topic: Cosmic Master Class 4- Divine Inspiration of Jupiter!
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Paul On June 8, 2015 at 7:08 am
I suspect the Jupiterrean’s inhabit their etheric realms in Primary and Secondary Aspect. On Mars
They inhabit Their etheric realms in Primary Aspect and Their physical realms in Secondary. This does not necessarily make Jupiterreans more advanced than the Martian culture because Their etheric realms exactly dovetail the physical realms upon Mars in the same way that the devic kingdom dovetails the physical realms on Earth. In the First Planetary step Interplanetary Intelligences live a dual-life – one in Primary Aspect and the other in Secondary. The Primary Aspect I often refer to as the Meditating Aspect and the Secondary Aspect as the Super-conscious Aspect. The people of Jupiter dwell, I believe, upon The etheric realms of Their Planet, in Second Aspect, as super-conscious Intelligences in a somewhat similar way as Martians dwell upon Their physical realms in super-consciousness. Because of this the Jupiterrean’s have not needed to breathe air like those upon Mars, for example, in Second Aspect. I also believe it is easier, in many ways, to predetermine one’s thought visualisations upon Jupiter than it is upon Mars because They appear, on the face of it, to be more intimate with Their etheric realms.
Paul On June 5, 2015 at 8:20 am
It’s interesting to note that the description of Jupitereans utilising Perfume, as an energy, dove-tails nicely into the latest theory on smell called the Vibration Theory of Olfaction which asserts that it is the rate of vibration of the particles of matter (and energy) which determine their smell rather than their shape and size.
Paul On June 4, 2015 at 11:33 am
Re-reading the chapter, ‘A Pefume Saint displays his wonders’ from Autobiography of a Yogi it’s interesting to note that Swami Vishuddhananda stated to Paramahansa Yogananda that ”We too should manifest some of His (God’s) infinite creative variety.” As Richard says, this Jupiter is about ”Expressing Divinity through Energy”. Swami Vishuddhananda was a metaphysical scientist who utilised subtle energies to bring about apparently miraculous results including the ability to produce the scent of any flower on demand. While not in itself particularily useful to the general mases it’s possible that Swami Vishuddhananda used this yogic siddhi to make certain contacts for his work and help finance his researches into light application in his Ashrams which included one in Varanasi, India, in the early part of the 20th century. I understand that he was trying to build a large scientific laboratory there where he could study the various aspects of the Sun’s rays, isolated them and note their particular functions as they became filtered through various coloured quartz crystals. I don’t know how far he got in his work except that his researches were being watched from a Master in Tibet!
Paul On May 30, 2015 at 10:17 am
Incidently, the Throat Chakra, or Vishuddha Chakra, is said to be ruled by the Planet Jupiter in the eastern yogic traditions of India. Of course, when we can raise (or Rise!) Kundalini to this centre we are then in the initial states of Samdhi, or Super-consciousness. According to one transmission by Jupiter Sector 92, it’s then that we can then really begin to appreciate the subtle energies flooding the super-conscious realms of Earth from this wonderful Planet.
Paul On May 30, 2015 at 9:53 am
It’s interesting to note that after a certain teaching by Jupiter 93 the great Mars Sector 6 added something to the effect, ”Simple was it not? Of course!” This reminded me of a quote by Paramahansa Yogananda when a tall sadhu spoke these words to him, ””God is simple. Everything else is complex.” That man was also known as Gandha Baba or Vishuddhananda Paramahansa. It was not just the Great Mahatma Gandhi that Yogananda had mistakenly under-rated! 🙂
Bryan Craig On May 21, 2015 at 4:21 am
Sincere thanks to Richard and Chrissie for introducing us to the wonderful unique energy of Jupiter. It makes listening to fine music a whole new experience!