Astrology in a holographic universe

Physicist David Bohm, among others, thinks we might live in a universe that is just a holographic projection of a reality that exists outside of our universe. This idea certainly supports the Vedic idea that what we see is maya or illusion, as well as the shamanic or pagan idea that we live in a dream world, the reality existing outside of our dream. Currently, holographic projections are filmy and static, nothing like the very real, solid, living, breathing, loving universe we see around us. There would have to be a complex holographic mechanism that allowed for the creation of our universe as we experience it, something archetypal, perhaps even mythological.

If we live in a holographic universe, then we have to ask what kind of mechanism would be necessary for such a universe to exist. The zodiac, the universal mythological sacred circle of animals or animating principles, would be this mechanism. I say this because we could live in a twelve-sided dodecahedral universe.

Many have pointed out to some that the cosmic microwave background radiation, the energy left over from the Big Bang, has small spikes over large areas of the sky. A smooth expanding circular universe should give us a smooth background.

In 2003 the French astronomer Jean Pierre-Luminet of the Paris Observatory, together with an international group of astronomers, published in the journal Nature his findings that the universe could be finite, about 30 billion light-years in diameter, containing twelve slightly curved pentagonal sides, like a soccer ball. This is significant. Having twelve sides, our universe could easily have some powerful astrological qualities and connections. It could be that our universe is built upon some kind of intelligence that has embedded certain important astrological laws.

In addition to space having a possible astrological structure, time reveals similar astrological connections. Astrological ages are precise enough to indicate an implicit astrological template that directs human history over long periods of time. With this in mind, the zodiac presents itself as a perfect mechanism to describe a holographic universe like ours. It is involved in the structure of space, and is revealed in the structure of time and astrological ages.

It would look like this. Being a finite universe, we can assume for the sake of this exercise, that there is a marked space for the creation of a physical universe perhaps within a much larger area of ​​divine or heavenly existence. A mental zodiac is set in motion that acts as a creative template for physical creation. From this megaverse, a Mother/Father ray of light, containing both reality and manifestation information, descends to a point at the edge of this zodiac. This light is then split into two beams, a mother beam and a parent beam. The mother beam is reflected at an angle of 90 degrees from the parent beam. This Mother bundle, which contains information and knowledge related to the Goddess, surrounds the zodiac. There are twelve equal parts in the mother beam. At each of the twelve astrological windows, one of these twelve beams is reflected and diffused through the prism of each animating window into the center of the zodiac. Each window imparts vivid qualities to this light essential to a physical universe.

The astrological zodiac contains two important parts for this concept. Originally, the original seven planets ruled the twelve astrological signs. In ancient times, the sign Taurus was naturally placed on the Ascendant, the position of the beginning of the First House. This placed the seven planets as rulers in a vertical line in the center of the zodiac. The planet Saturn rules the signs Aquarius and Capricorn at the top of the circle. Midheaven sits between them. The planet Jupiter rules the next two signs from the top, Pisces on the left of the circle and Sagittarius on the right. Jupiter is just below Saturn in this central hierarchy. The planet Mars, next in line from Jupiter in the solar system, rules the signs Aries on the left and Scorpio on the right. Mars is below Jupiter in the center. Then comes Venus, ruling Taurus on the left and Libra on the right.

At the fifth level along this axis, the planet Mercury rules Gemini on the left and Virgo on the right. Mercury also rules division as a quality, giving this position the archetypal explosion of creation into a multitude of expressions. Below this, the luminaries, the Moon and the Sun each rule a sign, expressing the creative quality of the complete and manifest division into female and male life, yin and yang. The Moon rules Cancer on the left and the Sun on Leo on the right. The IC, the lower part of the zodiac, is between them.

The beam of the Father continues to descend along this mythical axis mundi to the center of the creative astrological template. As it does so, one-seventh of its beam is diffused into each planetary projection center into the creative matrix to mingle with the twelve incoming Mother Rays. This creates a dynamic mullet pattern alive with creative potential. The twelve energies of the Mother blend with the seven energies of the Father creating circular wave patterns that contain all twelve qualities and knowledge of the Mother and the seven Fathers.

What is now needed to bring them to the rally is a third child ray to illuminate the brunette pattern. The beam of the Father descends to the bottom of the axis mundi and animates the Moon and the Sun. These two signs are symbols of woman and man, the yin and yang within creation. The beam of the Mother entering through the animating portals of Cancer and Leo combines with the beam of the Father. Man and woman are born on an archetypal level. They are the original twin heroes, the Greek Sun God Apollo and his sister the Moon Goddess Artemis.

A third beam of light is created that reflects the divine child. The Moon and the Sun emanate from themselves this ray of Children along the axis mundi, energizing each of the seven projector centers of the planet. This light is then diffused into the brunette pattern illuminating the pattern, and our universe emerges into manifestation, solid and physical, moving, breathing and loving.

As men and women, we are the Hero Twins in manifest form. We are the Moon and the Sun manifested in human bodies. An important aspect of the holographic universe theory is that human beings are co-creators of our universe. We create happiness or sadness based on our mental projections, on how we think. According to scientists and others who hold this possibility, we are the third creative beam. But our journey back to the axis mundi of creation is full of obstacles. This is the legendary Heroes Journey.

In the East, the spiritual idea that human beings have seven chakra centers along our spinal axis is based on this astrological reality. Each of the seven chakras corresponds to each of the seven planetary rulers of the twelve gates of heaven. Those who subscribe to this view report that the chakras, the projection centers, are blocked with various mental attitudes and fears, so that we have great difficulty expressing a more loving universe from our higher centers. Right now we tend to project quite well through the lower two chakras. These centers are centers of survival and struggle, of expression and dominance of the ego, qualities of Cancer and Leo.

We meditate and engage in spiritual practices to clear our spinal axis and access our higher projection centers. As we learn to do this with greater purity, we access our ability to send into the creative matrix new third beam energies that will illuminate the moraine pattern with higher level creative energies. Once we access the heart center, ruled by Venus, the planet of love, we will create a universe of love, compassion, prosperity and happiness. The two lower survival centers will shift to project beams of nurturing adventure, Cancer and Leo realities working in harmony with Mercury in the third chakra and Venus in the fourth chakra.

If we live in a universe of dream and mayan illusion, of holographic proportions, then astrology becomes the most dynamic and comprehensive mechanism designed for this creation.