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Chakras de la Tierra

En total hay 156 Sitios Sagrados en la Tierra para ser activados y funcionales en 2065. Este proceso de activación ocurre en 4 ciclos: 1989-2008; 2008-2027; 2027-2046; y 2046-2065. En el momento presente 39 del total se están activando. De estos 39 Sitios Sagrados se están componiendo los Chakras de la Tierra, las ruedas de energía y se están creando el resto como resultado de esta acticación.

La Tierra como el cuerpo humano tiene 7 chakras. Seis de estos son localizaciones fijas y estables- uno por continente, escepto la Antarctida. El 6º chakra, que corresponde al tercer ojo en yoga, es movil y se mueve alrededor del mundo en un patrón definido claramente de espacio-tiempo.

Los seis chakras estáticos se encuentran en grupos de 3: Inspiracional, Estructural y Creativo (dando en total 18) which are at the foundation of a greater planetary structure. This total design contains 156 sacred centres. In terms of earth energies, all of these centres are of equal importance. But the best point of entry into this work is through the chakra areas of the current cycle.

What are the functions of the spinner wheels?

These are major sacred site areas which generate the four alchemical forces symbolised by fire, air, water and earth. The spinner wheels are vortices for the four elements. They are called spinner wheels because the earth energies emanate from them in either a spinning clockwise or anti-clockwise motion. Due to this movement, the influence for change generated from any of these four areas extends to a greater distance than other sacred sites. As with the earth chakras, the four spinner wheels are each part of a triune group giving a total of 12 sites.

The fire spinner wheel generates liberty and will; the air vortex develops more abundant qualities of life; the water wheel expands love; and the earth spinner uses light to immortalise structure.

If you look at the map of the world chakras, notice how the two dragon paths circle around the four spinner wheels. If the spinner wheels are fully expanded then they help to stimulate the flow of health-giving forces through the dragon lines, in either direction, according to the occasion.

How do the final sites of synthesis differ from the others?

On the current world map there are 36 main foundation sites. Among these 36 are included the fixed earth chakras, along with other equally vital areas. If all 36 areas are active, open and functional, then their combined force is synthesised through another geographical centre. If one of the 36 is constricted, then the final centres of synthesis are also limited.

If we look at the entirety of the world structure - all 156 sites - then there are four groups of sacred sites that subsequently become active over cycles of time in the 21st century. Each cycle has a major centre of synthesis. The present cycle matures in 2008 at Sergiev Posad - Moscow, Russia, the centre for the first cycle. The second cycle is synthesised at Beijing, China, in 2027; the third at Easter Island in 2046; and the final cycle at Bermuda in 2065.

In each of the four 19 year time cycles there are 13 Inspirational sites, 13 Structural sites, and 13 Creative sites, making a total of 39 centres. Four times 39 gives the complete 156 site pattern. Sites mentioned above, such as Sergiev Posad and Beijing are major cardinal sites. Fifty-two of the 156 are cardinal centres.

What do the 2 Dragon Lines represent?

The two dragon paths are the primary arteries of the living earth, circulating abundant life energies and other vital qualities worldwide. On a flat map, they form an infinity symbol; while on the sphere of the earth, they are great circles intersecting each other at Bali and Lake Titicaca. These energy arteries are, variously, known as ley lines, songlines, or dragon paths.

Each path has a name: The Rainbow Serpent is a yin-feminine earth current which originates in Australia, at the world solar plexus chakra, and then encircles the globe, passing through Mt. Kailas, Sergiev Posad-Moscow, Glastonbury-Shaftesbury and Lake Titicaca. The Plumed Serpent, or Quetzalcoatl Current, is yang-male and originates from the world Gemini centre in southern Mexico. It then travels to Mt. Shasta, Mt. Fuji, Bali, and Lake Titicaca, as it moves around the world.

Through meditation and ritual it is possible to stimulate the flow of earth energies in either direction along these great ley arteries. This is best done on auspicious astronomical occasions, such as a new or full moon, etc.

Do the earth chakras move?

Each earth chakra has a geometrical centre which is fixed. The chakras do not move their centres. They do expand and contract. This is shown on the maps by the size of the circles drawn around the centres. As a chakra develops, its radius expands. An active earth chakra generates a complex movement of energies over a large geographical area. If all 156 centres were fully activated, the average radius for the 156 circles would be 777 miles (1250.46 kilometres).

Some would be less than this, others would be greater. The radius of a spinner wheel could extend for 1746 miles, (2809.91 kilometres) for example.



 

 
 
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