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Earth and Horses

Recently I had written about horses, how the earth comes up, then given the Form of the horse, then this is endowed with a big heart, and a spirit.On the other side we can say:The Earth-spirit contains a horse (say Pegasus) that has sunk down into the Earth, taking with it, its heart, passion and spirit.
The acupuncture points of the horse are points of movement of life-force and life-blood. These then have a reflection in the sacred places and dreaming grounds of Earth.
The horse is considered to have three brains; one in the head, one in the shoulders, one in the hind quarters. (These are the product of the Triple Heaters energy in the Chinese medicine system). When this transfers onto Earth we have the TRINITY levels of Earth’s etheric body, which is nourished by the three angelic levels; solar, galactic and universal.This will apply to all animals.
So the Earth contains a reflection of every animal, almost as an element in itself. These you might call archetypes. So all animal spirits are contained within the Earth.This is reflected in that the soil, is nourished by the dung of animals. In the dung is the essence of the animal, as dung contains the animal’s chemical secretions, used as an aid in transmuting food to become part of itself, say its flesh.
Likewise the angel secretions, in the human body, are transmuting earth food into angel food for nourishing of the angel body. This is in order to consolidate the angel body for the incarnation.The Angel secretions in their ‘fingers of God or Yod’ form are for nurturing the Angel Body of the Earth.
For Heaven to be on Earth, both Heaven has to come to Earth, and Earth has to be raised up to Heaven. Earth must become an angel!!!This gives, for the general person, a very different attitude to what Earth is.
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