Part III/4 – Why and how material life is created and how it is controlled

Part III/4 – Why and how material life is created and how it is controlled

When we announced the next part of the cycle in the previous one, we did not know that it would take almost one year before we were able to return and finish the work we had started. But we are back, and we want to share with you the information received from the environment which surrounds us but cannot be perceived with human senses – from the Second Side. Only the chosen individuals are able to perceive this information transcendentally and transfer it to the material environment which humans can perceive.  

To understand why and how the stimuli affect us, we should know that the human body is atomic matter formed according to a special programme for enlivening the matter (as we have already described above). As a whole, it has properties common to matter as such, but also specific features of life according to the purposefully inserted Immaterial Information to protect the Immaterial Creative Spirit that orientates itself in the relations with the external environment by means of the body which enables the Creative Spirit to express its mental processes (ideas and intellect) and emotions. It is a functional case for the Immaterial being – Creative Spirit in the material body. This Creative Spirit is eternal and develops in many human lives to achieve the qualities of the Creator of all life.

As we have already said, the matter is formed and its properties are inserted in it by means of substance which cannot be perceived with human senses – Immatter. The physical human body is equipped with properties so that the Creative Spirit hidden in it could move in the material environment and communicate with the external environment. The detectors enabling this are called human senses, i.e. sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch. By means of these sensing devices and information stored in the database in the brain, a human being perceives and differentiates the properties of the material environment, i.e. matter as such. We need to realise that all around us, i.e. also the “colourless” air, is matter the properties of which are sensed as colour, various formations (shapes), sounds, smell, touch with the body surface and, last but not least, the quality of the consumed food.

The properties of material particles, or better to say their energy charge, are determined by the section of the Immaterial energy beam enclosed in them. According to this force section of the Immaterial energy, we perceive the basic matter properties, i.e. its thickening (solid matter, liquid, gas), colour (white spectrum divided into the individual perceived colour sections and black colour with the shades of grey) and its origin (lifeless and living matter formations).

What is colour?

What humans perceive as colour is a certain length of electromagnetic oscillation. Modern materialistic science only argues theoretically about the basis of electromagnetic radiation. It is one of those physical phenomena that can be observed, measured and assessed. In reality, it is a process in which mobile beams of Immaterial Energy (in the text above, we referred to these beams as “aura” not perceivable by human senses) pass through free particles of subatomic matter and gradually thus transfer the controlling Information for all the matter in the Universe.

 

Sight, one of the human senses, is capable of registering and transferring to the mind the wavelength of 390 to 790 nm (nanometres). It is a defined section which is considered by humans to be the white light (white spectrum). The distribution and overlapping of three basic wavelengths – red (790 – 625 nm), green (565 – 520 nm) and blue (500 – 390 nm) of this section of the electromagnetic radiation is perceived as other colours – orange, yellow, yellowish green, greenish blue, bluish red = purple. The wavelengths in the range before (infrared) and after (ultraviolet) the white spectrum section are perceived as black colour.

Unlike lifeless matter formations which are exposed to the effects of generally flowing Immatter (Immaterial Energy) from the System of the Universe, living matter has to receive this substance selectively to be formed into the required “living” form from the same lifeless atomic matter under the effects of the specific Immaterial programme of species. Flora (immobile living matter), almost all its types, receives Immaterial energy through the channels all over the surface of its body, therefore as regards receiving this substance, it does not differ much from lifeless matter. In fauna (mobile living matter), this principle disappears together with the brain centre development and the achieved degree of the body complexity. Immaterial energy is received through one channel, situated usually near the navel. It means that receiving Immaterial energy through one channel starts with vivaparity in fauna species (the lower species are egg-laying). Through impulses from the Immaterial programme of species, the sections of the vital Energy are transferred into living organisms. Therefore, in the body (not only of humans, but all the living nature) there is an Immaterial energy body not detectable materially which ensures that a living matter formation is a separate unit for the operation of the Immaterial programme impulses (aura) and that the effects of the selectively arranged sections of Immaterial vital energy flow and are distributed to the individual cells. For this purpose, there are partial energy nodes (chakras) and channels, similar to the arterial and venous blood distribution. The energy distribution system also includes channels for discharging of the used Energy enclosed in the particles of subatomic matter called meridians (main collecting discharge channels) that have outlets on the limbs of fauna species, in humans in palms and feet of their physical body. It is the manifestation of the common principle of the operation of Immaterial “aura” on mater and of the fact that human body and all the living matter belong to the System of the Universe.

 

Koruna – vyústění upotřebených úseků Nehmotné energie z činnosti mozku Crown – the outlet of the applied sections of Immaterial energy from the brain activity
Čakra třetího oka (fialová) Third eye chakra (purple)
Čakra krční (modrá) Throat chakra (blue)
Čakra srdeční (zelená) Heart chakra (green)
Čakra žaludeční (žlutá) Stomach chakra (yellow)
Čakra solar plexus (oranžová) Solar plexus chakra (orange)
Čakra života (červená) Life chakra (red)
Vyústění meridiánů (modrá, zelená a žlutá) Outlet of meridians (blue, green and yellow)
Vyústění meridiánů

(ve dne oranžová a červená)

(v noci žlutá, oranžová a červená v levé noze)

Outlet of meridians

(during the day orange and red)

(at night yellow, orange and red in the left foot)

 

 

Esoteric sources give various information concerning the number of these distribution nodes, but the fact is that the human body has only five standard chakras (blue – throat chakra, green – heart chakra, yellow – stomach chakra, orange – solar plexus chakra and red – life chakra) which are reflected in the corresponding colours in connection to the incoming vital Energy sections. The alleged sixth chakra – the chakra of the “third eye” – is the central distribution for communication of the Immaterial programme with the material programme (DNA) and it corresponds to purple colour.

The colour range influence must be differentiated according to the fact whether it assists the physical body functions (growth, regeneration, immunity, reception of new matter or waste discharging) or whether it is used for mental and emotional manifestations of humans. It is not a secret that e.g. red colour boosts up the mind, while for the physical body, “red energy” is necessary for the process of its regeneration and reproduction. It also depends on the development degree of the Creative Spirit hidden in the material body as to how it will react to colours as a human being. The higher it is in its development, the more emotional is the reaction to colours. Colours also influence the internal energy System of the body.

What the living matter is, how it is created and what conditions its creation was already discussed in the previous part of this cycle. Now we will try to explain the term of living matter thickening, mainly from the point of view of the physical human body. The current science does not know this phenomenon because it does not accept that something different than matter could exist. As we have already descried, it is not a spatial arrangement of the matter particles but a force section of a beam of Immaterial energy enclosed in its particles. It also influences the charge of the particles forming the material programme of the body –  DNA, and subsequently also the material lines for all the functions of the organism formed on its basis. This “thickening” is the basic condition for maintaining a species of living matter, both flora and fauna. There are some species that can be cross-bred but their offspring usually are not able to reproduce. It prevents development of a “new species”. Reproduction is not possible as the embryos of a new individual created by cross-breeds will not find the Immaterial programme of species. A kind of “gap” in species is thus created.

All this is again based on the system of matter arrangement (solid matter – liquid – gas) when even two concrete atomic matter units are not able to bind without a mediator filling the “gap”. If we relate this to the human body, we can also infer the fact that two totally healthy individuals cannot produce offspring.

This also explains inability of science to form any living matter. If scientists manage to make a successful attempt, it is always based on using matter which was already primarily formed as living matter. The Creator gave the humans, or Creative Spirits the ability to form and use the matter of their being, but they will never achieve the knowledge how to create and transform living matter. If it is performed, it is only at the level of matter. For illustration of this fact, below we provide articles in which the scientists boast with their success in forming of living matter. Do notice, that these experiments are performed at the level of monocellular microorganisms (bacteria) which have a materially easily achievable information form of DNA that moves freely in the bacterium body and which receive the Immaterial energy necessary for their life through the entire body surface, similar like an atom or a molecule of lifeless matter. In these microorganisms, the Immaterial programme of species is not inserted yet, as it is the case in the higher forms of living matter. That is why these microorganisms reproduce rapidly if there are favourable conditions for them (warm and wet conditions etc.).

Scientist created artificial life. Is it the arrival of the genetic revolution or the end of mankind?

20 May 2010

Doctor J. Craig Venter announced on Thursday that his team managed to create a synthetic form of life after fifteen years of work. It is for the first time in the history of mankind.  

According to BBC and Science magazine, a team of specialists managed to create a bacterial cell controlled by an artificial DNA. The DNA used has a unique code and it does not belong to any known living substance.

The new microbe looks and behaves according to the inserted artificial DNA code. “Immediately after their creation, the cells created more than a billion of its copies which also include the same synthetic DNA,” said Craig Venter, the project leader.

As evidence that the DNA is newly created and that the replicated cells are identical with the original synthetic genome, a number of distinct unique marks were made in the artificial genome. Subsequently, they were all found in the replicated cells, which proves that the experiment was successful.

The marks contain the names of 46 scientists working on the project, several famous quotations in an encoded form and a key to decode them.

Industrial life

However, Venter himself relativizes his undisputable success on the New Scientist server. “We created the first synthetic cell but definitely we did not create new life out of nothing. For the experiment, we used an existing cell.”.

Scientists intend to grow microorganisms and bacteria which might produce for example curative substances or absorb greenhouse gases in future. They could possibly be used for biofuel production. The scope of their possible application is much wider, for example development of specific cells for testing pharmaceuticals, chemicals and cosmetic preparations.

The team of scientists of doctor Craig Venter had already managed to develop an artificial DNA and transfer DNA from one cell to another. Connection of these two procedures resulted in creation of an artificial living cell.

According to the New Scientist serve, Craig’s experiment cost 40 million dollars. If we consider that he is playing God, the price is not so high, the server editors contemplate. 

However, the discovery is also the target for criticism. According to some scientists, it is very dangerous to release a new kind of organism, as it is not clear how it will behave in the environment and how the environment may transform it.

For example, Helen Wallace from Genewatch, the British organisation monitoring genetic technologies, said that “if we release new organisms in the environment, we can do more harm than good. “You will release them in contaminated areas to clean them but in fact you release another form of contamination. We have no idea how such organisms will behave in the environment,” she warns.

According to her, Venter belittles the negative sides of his discovery. “He is not God, in reality he behaves in a very human way – he is trying to get back the money he invested in his technology and avoid regulations which would restrict usage of the discovery,” says Wallace.

For the first time, scientist managed to create semi-artificial life, it lasts infinitely

The researchers from American The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) announced that they had developed the first partially artificial organism which is stable. Four natural building blocks of the DNA code were complemented with two artificial ones and they created a bacterium. They claim that in future, new monocellular organisms might be used for production of pharmaceutics.

The genetic code of life in nature only comprises of four letters: the bases A, T, G and C. They pair in various ways and these pairs from the whole DNA helix. According to their arrangement, a concrete new organism can be created – including humans. However, scientists managed to create a bacterium containing also two artificial bases.

“We have made a semi-artificial organism which resembles more the real life,” said Floyd Romesberg, the research manager, according to the report published by the TSRI institute on their website.

Artificial bases X, Y

The scientists started from their own study from 2014 in which they synthetized the basic DNA pair. Now they managed to create a new bacterium which, besides the four standard natural bases present in every living organism, contains also two artificial ones. They called them X and Y.

Base pairing refers to the way in which the nucleic bases in DNA are mutually connected through hydrogen bridges. Pairing usually occurs based on Watson-Crick’s rules of complementarity (ability to complement), i.e. the adenine base (A) is paired with thymine (T) and the guanine base (G) is paired with cytosine (C). The genetic code of life ATGC was complemented with the artificial bases XY.

They managed to keep X and Y in the genome of E. Coli for 60 generations. According to scientists it proves that it will stay there forever.

This monocellular organism is able to maintain these two new nucleic bases infinitely, the institute claims on its website. Even after cell division and propagation.

They can have any properties

Using such a type of created organism in practice is still in distant future but scientists have already outlined it. They claim that the findings from their work could be used for creation of new functions for monocellular organisms that play an important role not only in the development of pharmaceuticals, but also in many other processes.

They can have any properties their creators want. The range of their applications is therefore basically infinite according to scientists.

At first, the bases “fell out” of the bacteria

As early as in 2014, the team managed to insert a new nucleic base in a modified bacterium  Escherichia coli. The bacterium E. coli lives in the intestinal microflora of hot-blooded animals, therefor also humans. It is a model organism for genetic and clinic studies.

Keeping a genome stable is a condition for calling something an organism. However, at that time the researchers were not able to keep the XY pair in the bacterium E. coli. During the cell division process, the bases disappeared from it. The resulting genome was unstable, and it was unthinkable to contemplate its use in practice.

Success of young researchers

To be able to consider something an organism, we have to keep a genome genetically stable for the next generations, which was now successfully implemented by two young scientists from Romesberg’s team.

“Our genomes also are not stable only one day,” the research manager said. “They have to be stable much longer than a human life.”

Yorke Zhang and Brian Lamb improved several previous procedures. They came up with an optimized version of the base Y which is better recognised and accepted by enzymes.

“When we do not provide X and Y to our new cell, it always dies,” said Floyd Romesberg, the research manager.

Finally, everything was tested using the tool CRISPR-Cas9 for gene editing. Thanks to that they managed to keep X and Y in the genome of E. coli for 60 generations. According to the scientists, it is evidence that it will remain in it forever.

Scientists: There is nothing to fear

The work is only intended for editing monocellular organisms, not complex ones. According to Romesberg there is no danger that this new semi-life could start to spread spontaneously. Therefore, we do not have to be afraid of something like “Jurassic Park”. “Evolution starts in such a way that it takes something similar and starts to adapt to it very slowly. Our X and Y are not like the natural DNA, they have nothing in common with nature. We have verified many times that if X and Y are not provided to the cell, it always dies,” he said to the British newspaper The Guardian. According to the information from TSRI, the team wants to study how their new genetic code can be transcribed to RNA – cell-based molecules required to transfer DNA, i.e. transmit the information from the level of nucleic acids into proteins.

But let’s return to the human body. The human body matter and its properties are influenced by three things:

  • Genetic material (the matter transferred from parents),
  • Astrological situation at birth,
  • Development degree of the Creative Spirit that entered the body at birth.

The species homo sapiens sapiens also has a certain range of the body matter thickening. However, this range is much wider than a material programme of “cross-breeds” can cover, and therefore an ordinary individual uses only about one third of this range. As the degree of thickening is shifting along the line section representing the range towards lower thickening, the body mechanism must counterbalance the basic strong thickening by means of creating mediating material formations to be able to “communicate” with the impulses from the Immaterial programme of species. In reality it means that physical organisms with a different degree of thickening are able to process the same type of food and that a curing preparation for health imbalance has a different effect in every individual.

This fact cannot be detected, not even with the current advanced technology. The current science uses a DNA congruence comparison test, but it does not know what its basis is. In the past, this property was tested by comparison of the blood composition. It was possible, even though less accurate, because the blood composition and creation are also connected with the material programme of DNA. We can roughly determine how thickened our body is if we know our blood type.

The most thickened is the body of those who have the blood type zero. These individuals can process a wide range of consumed food (including meat) without any problems and give “outstanding” physical performance. It is the basic blood type.

Another group is the people with the blood type B. They do not differ much from the previous type.

The blood type A is typical for medium thickening. There is more significant negative acceptance of food with “strong” matter and mental abilities are strengthened.

The people with the blood type B are most restricted by the body thickening. The body thickening forces these individuals to choose suitable food if they do not want to have health problems, physical strain “exhausts” them, but they have no problem with mental activity and emotions.

Line segment of body thickening

The whole line segment represents the scope of action of the Immaterial programme of species for humans. The red part is the basic section of the body thickening which has no problem to communicate with the Immaterial programme and corresponds to the blood type zero. The line section inside this area depicts the scope of the Immaterial programme used for the individual. As it is materially represented, it is approximately one third of the red section. It is a material graphic representation of the volume units of the non-particulate Immatter. If one third the basic matter thickening of the individual overlaps with the next section (green), its bearer has the rare blood type AB.

The green section corresponds to the blood type A and the blue section to the blood type B. In these groups, the organism must counterbalance the thickening deficit compared to the basic group (red). This “supplement” then depends on the place in the section where the thickening of the individual is situated. In its sum it must equal the basic one.

As we have specified, it is only an approximate estimate, as it is necessary to consider Rh factor and the fact that there are about 50 other blood type systems. And the most important is the fact how the advanced Creative Spirit is hidden in the body and how it uses or misuses the properties of its body.

In the next part we will try to explain the astrological impacts on living matter and lifeless matter and their use for human existence.

Another very important part is played the body thickening during the reproduction process. Below you can find the full article by Pavel Kasík discussing observation of the process of the ovum fertilization with a sperm. At the end we add our comments.

It is not enough to be the first. The sperm must undergo a “mysterious job interview”.

8th December 2017

Sperms set off to the ovum and the fastest one fertilizes the ovum. This is the idea most people have of transferring of the genetic information. However, scientists have found out the reality is much more complicated. It seems the ovum is not passive, but it chooses actively from amongst the sperms. The mechanism is not clear yet, it is rather a hypothesis.

According to some scientists, the ovum chooses actively which sperm it lets in to fertilize it.

Photomontage: Pavel Kasík, Technet.cz, Profimedia.cz

“When mum and dad love each other…” is the usual start of the feared discussion with the children about how babies are born. Most parents have at least some idea how the life starts. An army of millions of sperms sets off from penis towards the female ovum. The first and fastest sperm that swiftly fights its way to the ovum wins the genetic race and attempts to connect with the ovum. The ovum is thus fertilized, and the genetic information of the sperm is transferred.

Detailed view of a human ovum fertilized with a sperm

Active sperms therefore conquer the passive ovum. The selection of the “best sperm” is made either at the stage of the “race to the ovum” or through the test based on the fact whether the fertilized ovum can settle down. This is a stereotypical way how scientists usually see the moment of fertilization (joining of the ovum and a sperm) so far.

The study called “Do gametes (sex reproductive cells) undergo courtship?) Evidence of non-random connections during fertilization” was published in Genetics scientific magazine Genetics (the impact factor in 2016: 4,556)

However, there is some evidence suggesting that the ovum is not only a passive receiver in the whole process. According to some scientists, even before the fertilization occurs, there is a certain exchange of information between the sperm and the ovum – a kind of courtship or a job interview. The fastest sperms reach the ovum, but they must queue there. The ovum then “chooses” to a certain degree which of the candidates offers the best genetic information. This is at least the conclusion achieved by Joseph Nadeau from American research institute PNRI. The results of his long-term analysis were published in Genetics scientific magazine.

Results of genetic studies suggest an acidity of the ovum

Nadeau noticed that some genetic combination distributions were more frequent or less frequent than it would be in compliance with standard probability as described by Mendel’s laws of inheritance. “Basically, we can say that gametes select their partners,” Nadeau summed up his observations.

Nadeau did not intend to deny the generally accepted Mendel’s laws. Originally, he was examining interaction of two concrete genes (Apobec1 and Dnd1) but during the experiments he found out that he was not able to gain the expected ratio of the genetic information in offspring.

The process called “meiosis” produces cells with reduced number of chromosomes, which enables sexual reproduction. Reverse meiosis, first described in 2015, is the opposite process.

In its further analysis, he focused on TRD (transmission ratio distortion) which refers to the distortion of the gene ratio after transmission. Such distortion occurs when a ratio of certain genes in the offspring generation is different from the one which should be there on the basis of the knowledge of the genetic information of parents. This distortion is nothing new – scientists have known some mechanisms which may cause this distortion since the 1950s.

The genetic information transition has four stages: meiosis, gametogenesis, fertilization and embryo growth. So far, scientists were aware of mechanisms explaining preference or suppression of a gene in the first, second and fourth stage. An example may be genes which decrease the chance of the survival of the embryo, which results in decreasing their proportion in the next generation of offspring.

Nevertheless, Nadeau believes that he discovered a certain form of influence in the stage of fertilization. It means that there is some communication between the ovum and the sperm before they merge. These experiments were implemented on laboratory mice, not on human embryos.

We should add that the study is only a review of bibliography and presentation of a hypothesis, not an experimental verification of this hypothesis.

More questions than answers

In his work, Joseph Nadeau presents statistic indications for the occurring “communication”. However, he does not pretend that he knows how exactly this communication between the ovum and the sperm is performed. Nevertheless, he suggested several speculative hypotheses.

Nadeau is not the only one who is convinced that we need to study the moment of fertilization in greater detail. “Female reproductive anatomy is more mysterious and difficult to study, but biologists are more and more convinced that female cells play a more significant role in fertilization than assumed so far, as it is expressed for example by the evolution biologist Mollie Mainer from George Washington University.

What could the communication between the ovum and sperm be like?

By means of a detailed review of bibliography, Nadeau learned that other scientists had also discovered in the past that there was distortion compared to the expected ratio of genetic information in next generations. He found out, however, that scientists usually had not continued studying these irregularities or they had explained them as “higher mortality” of embryos with the given genetic information. Most geneticists did not bring themselves to admit that the ovum might communicate with the sperm. “We were blinded with our rooted notions”, says Nadeau. “It is quite a new way of thinking about fertilization.”

The race of male sperms to female ovum (artistic interpretation)

It is still not totally sure whether the communication between the ovum and the sperm during fertilization really occurs. The theory published by Nadeau in October 2017 is tempting. But as the mechanism of this communication is not clear yet, it only presents a challenge for the following research. During the research, scientists will have to be very careful not to accept the established explanations. According to his words, Nadeau is ready for sceptic comments from his colleagues: “When you exclude the impossible, what is left must be the truth, howsoever improbable it may be.”

It is too early for conclusions, these are only hypotheses, a Czech biologist points out

The last Nadeau’s statement (borrowed from Sherlock Holmes) is premature according to some scientists. “The hypothesis (about communication between the ovum and the sperm, editor’s note) is all right, but the data do not prove anything yet, they only correlate,” says the Czech biologist  Petr Svoboda from the Institute of Molecular Genetics of the ASCR in the e-mail sent to the editorial team of Technet.cz. “There is basically no evidence. If I were the reviewer of Nadeau’s study, I would return it back to him to assess his hypothesis and alternative explanations more critically.”

According to Svoboda there are alternative explanations of the results: “There is a continuum between the recessive and dominant mutation. Heterozygote can have a slight phenotype, and mainly in maternal genes it may cause a segregation in contradiction with Mendel’s laws.”

According to Svoboda, Nadeau only submitted a review of bibliography and data correlation, and he did not try to disprove the hypothesis with an experiment. “At this moment it is only an interesting contemplation that can explain some data, but it is not their only possible explanation. I cannot disprove it (hypothetical communication between the ovum and the sperm, editor’s note), but I am not convinced at all,” Svoboda concludes.

Updated: The article was complemented with the opinions of a Czech biologist.

Author: Pavel Kasík

The above specified article clearly shows how the official science works. Scientists observe the properties of matter, which they can do well using the more and more advanced technology, and they publish their conclusions to be able to argue with their colleagues about something the real core of which is not known to them. They are given prizes for that and bask in the glory. These “scientific” activities cost the society quite a lot of money and they are not beneficial at all for current people.

What is the reality?

The ovum and sperms are both products of the physical body formed for the reproduction of species. By separation from the body they become separate material formations carrying the information about the species.

The ovum is equipped with so many material formations that in case it was fertilized, the initial development of a new individual would be ensured. In egg-laying species, it is content sufficient for the development of a new individual until its separate being, provided it receives the required Immaterial Energy through the egg surface. In viviparous species, the content is reduced to the amount required from fertilization to reconnecting to the mother’s body. Starting from this moment, the mother’s organism takes over the responsibility for the foetus nutrition until the moment of birth, including the supply of Immaterial Energy. If not fertilized, the ovum ceases to exist after some time. We need to point out that the ovum is the carrier of the material programme (DNA). This helix has only one activated side of the DNA “ladder”.

The sperm is a carrier of a “sack” with the Immaterial programme of species and the material programme DNA, also with only one activated side. Not every active sperm is a carrier of the Immaterial programme. It means that all the sperms that fought their way to the ovum and did not penetrate in (they are waiting on the surface) do not carry the Immaterial programme. The first sperm with this “cargo” that touches the ovum surface also penetrates in as there is an Immaterial formation in the ovum that cannot be observed by scientists, a kind of “key” to open the “sack” with the Immaterial programme closed with a similar Immaterial formation. From the material point of view, we can compare this to two magnets that attract each other and connect. At the moment of connection, the Immaterial programme gets opened and its impulses start to influence formation of the matter into a new individual. The initial cell is created when the ladders of the material programmes of both genders match. It is also the moment when the gender and properties of the body of the future individual is decided based on transfer from the bodies of its parents. It is the whole miracle of creation of a new individual of the species. Matching and activation of the initial material programme depends on thickening of the matter of the original body. A detailed description of this process can be found in the part of the trilogy “The World is Different”.

We should point out that the above referred articles contain passages with specialist terms. Curious readers can find the terms on the Internet. We did not want to make this text even longer by explaining their meaning.

In the next part we will try to explain astrological influence on both living and lifeless matter and its use for human existence.