(1) We now know that the atmospheric explosion illuminates the star and provokes the turmoil of its satellites, and the solar family has known this phenomenon. But before developing what happened with our own celestial bodies in the ancient times, let's pursue a little more on the side of the stars. It is indeed necessary to examine their life in groups to properly situate our solar world among the worlds of the sky.
(2) The links of the Pleiades and the ropes of Orion mentioned in the Scripture, are the powerful magnetospheres and the rings that we see here and which link the celestial bodies between them and notably the stars. And it is because of these ties that the celestial bodies can form a galaxy which rotates on itself, without this rotation spreading them out by the centrifugal force. Although invisible, these links are material, because they alone allow the existence of the stellar families and the continuation of the worlds.
(3) During the atmospheric explosion, the satellites are pushed away far off by the explosion and then maintained at a distance by the breath of the star. Thus, after the illumination of the Sun, the comings and goings described by the planets were made far from it, much farther beyond their initial position. For example, today the whole family of Jupiter is part of a globe. But, as soon as this celestial body will shine, this globe will be expanding under the breath of the new star and will become immensely larger than it is nowadays.
(4) A star continuously breaths in the essence of space and then blows it out in slightly larger quantities, because its mass is slowly consumed. This is not still the case for Jupiter which is only breathing in. But when this celestial body will shine, its breath will keep increasing and will push it away accordingly from the Sun, because this time two breaths will be directed against each other. And all the stars so repel, until they stabilize at a given distance, that is to say where their repulsive force (their breath) and their attractive force (their magnetosphere) are balanced. For this reason, two stars cannot collide. And even if a mysterious force projected them against each other, their opposite breathing would contain their movement and repel them.
(5) It is evident that the mutual influence of the stars is also that of the galaxies which are composed of stars... Indeed, just like the stars, the galaxies remain at distance by their breath. I say by attracting each other by their immense magnetosphere forcing them to remain grouped, and thereby forming long trails in space, the galaxies also remain at a distance by their respective breath. Because if a star breathes, they all do, so thus forming a very strong breath capable of maintaining the herd (the galaxy) away from another which does the same.
(6) Because of that, there is total impossibility for galaxies to meet each other, especially since there is no force which propels them against each other. No, if the wheels of the universe move little, it is only to find the balance between their attraction and repulsion which position them in space. Which by no means prevents them from turning quietly on themselves. If it were not so, you wouldn't be; because, without this constancy imposed by the breaths and the magnetospheres, nothing would exist. Thus stop believing, as it is said, that the galaxies are crashing into each other.
(7) When we look at the double stars in the sky, we see the mother and the daughter. For example, when Neptune will be a star, this one will still rotate around our day star for a long time, while deviating from it gradually. But the growing mass of the satellites of Neptune will oblige this one to slow down its rotation around the Sun, through the increase of inertia of this mass. This will last until Neptune stops revolving around it. It will be so because of the progressive increase of the inertia of this family of celestial bodies, and because by having thus become an autonomous family in the sky, Neptune will decrease accordingly the activity of the Sun, as we have seen.
(8) Since a star is always the descendant of another, for a while there is necessarely a mother and a daughter more or less close together in the sky. And it is for this reason that we see large quantities of double stars, binary systems that we have already talked about. Among the double stars, there could be one revolving around the another, another not so fast, another not at all, or both can do so around an imaginary center. Let's say that while the daughter is small she revolves around her mother, but as she's growing up, she slows down her course while her mother is declining in strength, this leads them both to evolve around an imaginary home. However these phenomena of inertia change can also cause the break of the ties connecting these stars. This is what then creates groups of stars (constellations) linked to each other, as we can see in the sky.
(9) A group of stars can also gradually form a considerable cluster within a galaxy. Through births, a group of few stars (a constellation) can indeed form a small galaxy within the larger one, just as a child forms within its mother. If thus this cluster occurs, because the centrifugal force of the galaxy can't break the ties which bind the stars together, it will continue to grow through the newborn stars. But the growing inertia of such cluster, in a galaxy which turns exerting on it a great centrifugal force, can't stay without consequences. Indeed, when the cluster cannot longer follow the rotation movement of the galaxy, it will be delayed in this movement and will eventually find itself at the end of the branch of which it will escape. One can observe this phenomenon in the sky, where we witness the birth of a true small galaxy.
(10) This galaxy shown in plan view is known. We see that after having gone to the end of the branch, the cluster is in the process of breaking the ties which connected it to the big wheel. This occurs all the better as the stars in the small galaxy move in opposite directions. And their separation is visible by the lack of stars at the indicated place. We also note the loosening of the mother branch, which was bent under the effort. It is thus indisputable that we are witnessing here the birth of a galaxy. And this is one of the wonders of the sky that we are contemplating and that is not the least, because we see how galaxies are formed and multiply.
(11) We know that when stars are worn out and pass away, they leave an immense magnetospheric void which is immediately filled by the magnetospheres of the nearby stars. It is thus this phenomenon of disappearance which drags the stars towards the centre of the wheel, forcing the latter to turn on itself. As the condensation of air creates a depression in the atmosphere which wraps itself in spirals while dragging all the clouds, the masses which disappear at the center of the Galaxy also create a depression which drags along all the stars, thus forming the spiral branches of the Galaxy. We can also compare this phenomenon of depression to a slow implosion.
(12) A cluster is an embryonic galaxy, a ball made of stars and of a very large number of planets with their satellites. This cluster acquires a rotational movement as it detaches from a branch. And, as we have seen, this movement is accelerating gradually, as stars that compose it move towards the centre where they disappear at the end of their days. This phenomenon of disappearance is therefore a motor. That is why, when these clusters break off and are found in the intergalactic space, they turn faster and faster and flatten, until they stabilize their speed by the increase of their diameter and the number of celestial bodies. In the meantime, these small galaxies take the shape of all kinds of wheels. But whatever is their shape when we observe them, these clusters all have THE INTEGRATION – DESINTEGRATION for existence and motive power. They aren't separate in the universe, as many believe.
(13) The image above also shows us that the development of a galaxy is limited; otherwise, it would grow disproportionately, making that the universe would be only a stars cluster to infinity... That cannot happen, because the simultaneous integration and disintegration of the matter does not permit it. I don't know if this strikes you, but this birth of a small galaxy is the illustration of the principle of existence of the celestial bodies that I teach. That takes you even further away from those who assert that the galaxies together found existence following a sudden local explosion from the nothingness, which occurred at some point, from nothing and by coincidence, in space that they believe to be limited and not being a part of the universe...
(14) Such as we have said, when in a herd the number of births exceeds the number of disappearances, this herd size increases. Contrary, when the disappearances are superior to the births, this herd slowly vanishes. It's the same for the galaxies populating the universe. However, what is important to know, is not the number of galaxies, because this is a number without beginning nor end, but that there is so much integrated matter (celestial bodies) as there is disintegrated matter (space); otherwise, it goes without saying that there would be instability and nonexistence of the galaxies.
(15) The universe is thus stable, because the INTEGRATION and the DESINTEGRATION happens simultaneously in a similar quantities. This is comparable to the inhalation and exhalation of the same quantity of air. Imagine that there is only the integration: there would be no stars which would disintegrate and the volume of the universe couldn't exist, any more than it would exist if there was only the disintegration. No, these two opposite movements are perfectly equivalent. This is undeniable. But scientists, them, will deny it because, quite limited in their reasoning, they can't grasp the perpetual integration and disintegration of the celestial bodies.
(16) Because the eternal universe is a continual renewal of the masses which compose it, one must always consider a beginning and an end to these masses. It's like that for the particles, the celestial bodies, and galaxies. This is why before becoming the big Wheel in which we are, our Galaxy was a small ball of stars, a cluster which was born within the very heart of another galaxy. This was its beginning. Then this cluster found itself in the intergalactic space. There, it developed and acquired its own movement.
(17) This happened long, long ago, all the time required for the blooming of such wonder in which each one of you can say now: here I am in the world of the living! This is similarly pronounced around every star which precedes us in the Wheel, and also in the galaxy mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother which still exist in space.
(18) Like the celestial bodies which form them, the galaxies have a genealogy which is lost in the immensity of times that we measure only with eternity. Here again we are very far from the comments of those who, denying God, give a singular origin of the universe. They are then obliged to find an end to it, without which they would have invented eternity... They thus make the universe cataclysmic, unstable and necessarily temporary. This is without reason.
(19) No, you are not the children of chaos, but the children of love, of intelligence and subtle harmony. Because of the softness and of the very high reliability of the electromagnetic activity of the matter, which is the science and the strength of the Almighty, everything is stable and quiet in the eternal universe. Within it, the devastating cataclysm is absolutely excluded.
(20) It is now evident that if we don't know the principle of existence of the celestial bodies (integration – disintegration), which is also the principle of existence of all beings, the understanding of the universe is completely excluded. And if we don't grasp God who is the reason for the existence of the universe, this time all the doors will close in front of us, and all judgment is reversed in relation to reality. How would it be possible then that those who continuously scrutinize the sky, not knowing the principle of existence of the celestial bodies and the worlds, could capture the wonder they observe? They only notice what is there and imagine things without understanding. Then, to value themselves, they revile God with defaming remarks which hurt the conscience, up to the hearts of children. But let us hold our anger against these men, who were, and who are already no more.
(21) According to what we have just seen on the galaxies, whose reason for being is to make worlds live at the top of which there is always man, we shall say: regarding life and its evolution, does it manifests itself within a cluster as it manifests in an adult galaxy? I answer first of all that life never evolves, because it is the life of the Father which is eternal and perfect, and that what is eternal and perfect doesn't evolve. It is the creatures created in response to the living conditions of the moment which differ until the coming of men, and not the life which is within them. And it is the duration of the work of the celestial bodies which is important for the path of life, and not the distance that they travel within their galaxy.
(22) Let us again compare a galaxy to a herd; because what happens in the herd, both through births and disappearances, happens also in a large wheel. As there are small and large herds, there are small and large galaxies. And just as in a large or a small herd the individuals are similar, the celestial bodies and the worlds are similar in a small or a large galaxy.
(23) It is certain that it is only with the study of the solar family that we can understand the galactic formations. Indeed, if one ignores that it is the planet which becomes star having given birth to satellites, we can by no means explain the existence and the movement of the galaxies, nor their reason for being which is the one to make myriads of worlds live. And since stars will be born in the solar family, we understand that the Sun can't take along its celestial bodies intended to shine and support their own world. The Sun will thus arrive in the heart of the Galaxy with only Mars, the Earth, the Moon, Venus and Mercury.
(24) The breath of the Sun, directed against the breath of the other stars, gives the impression that these stars are very far from us. Certainly, they are as they will appear with the study of the waves, but not as much as it is said. That is why, and knowing that Jupiter will be linked to the Sun when it will shine like it, we conclude that the Sun must also be linked to a star. As the ring of the Sun has an effect on the atmosphere of Jupiter, and as the candle experiment demonstrates that electrons can blow even burning gases, we conclude that the Sun is really linked to another star by a ring, because this ring also leaves traces in its burning atmosphere. These traces are these famous black spots which block its disc and that are comparable to the chasm made by the ring of the Sun in the atmosphere of Jupiter.
(25) A planet doesn't breathe, but a star does. And this breath causes differences in the behaviour of the rings in contact with the celestial body. Thus, if Jupiter (which doesn't breathe) satisfies the conditions for the formation of an oval spot on one side of its disc, it cannot be the same for the Sun which breathes with power the essence that it returns to the universe. This is why the ring on which the Sun is sitting isn't as concentrated as the one on which Jupiter is sitting, but rather dilated by its breath. And the electrons of this ring go in the contact with its mass as they can, forming spots (abysses) which appear black in contrast with the burning remain of the atmosphere.
(26) As the ring of the Sun is twisting the atmosphere of Jupiter, the burning atmosphere of the Sun is twisted too by the same phenomenon. This is noticeable, because the spots aligned on its disc aren't located exactly on its equator, but a little bit obliquely in relation to this one, this is also the case for the red spot of Jupiter. All these observations oblige us to conclude that the Sun is still linked to a star. And when we know that the Sun shines for a very short time, this reinforces this conclusion.
(27) We have seen that Neptune will probably be the first star to shine in the solar family. Then will come the turn of Uranus, then Saturn and lastly Jupiter. Assuming that these four stars are already shining and that they are aligned in the sky (the growing inertia allows it), and at the end of which we find the Sun, we can see that Jupiter is the nearest star of the Sun. This is similar for a last born child who is always closest to his mother. If the Sun comes from a large family, it is in this family what the stars like Neptune, Uranus, Saturn or Jupiter will be in their own family. If it is positioned like Neptune, it is necessarily the first star which will shines in its original family. In that case, there are still three stars in preparation in its family, or two if it is like Uranus, or one if it is like Saturn, or none if it is like Jupiter.
(28) Knowing that the Sun suddenly increases its activity every eleven years, we are rather inclined to think that it is like Saturn. That is, because this regular changes of activity is due to the influence of a sister planet which revolves around its mother in eleven years, as does Jupiter around the Sun. Indeed, when Saturn will shine and recede from the Sun, Jupiter (not yet star) nevertheless will continue to revolve around the Sun in eleven years. It is the same pattern. We can then conclude that the Sun must occupy in its original family the place that Saturn occupies in its family. This means that there would be at least one or two stars sisters of the Sun which are his elders, and one star to come which would be its youngest and the one which influences it every eleven years during its passage. Therefore, upstream of the Sun, there would be one or two worlds cousins of ours, and downstream a world to come. If two worlds really precede us on the path of life, they are worlds of angels who know us very well, and worlds which have passed through the same path where our own world passes today. As for the world to come, downstream, it will be what our own world was since the Sun shines; because all the worlds of the Galaxy follow the same path.
(29) Do not these revelations fill you with enjoyment? Ah! my children, in the sky nothing is the same in your eyes, and in your hearts everything changes. Life finds all its meaning this time. For, is it not wonderful to know that we aren't alone in the vastness, and that we live eternally in worlds that are always different? The greatness of the Almighty is our enjoyment, and his love our strength, because He has called each of us in the world of the living to be His dwelling place and His temple. Now, we understand it.
(30) On this, Jesus answers those who accuse him of calling God his Father:
Verily, verily, I say unto you, the Son can do nothing by himself, he only does that which he sees the Father do; and whatsoever the Father does, the Son also does likewise. For the Father loves the Son, and shows him all that he does; and he will show him greater works than these, so that you may be amazed.
Since Jesus said that God will show his son greater works than those which are the subject of the Scriptures, it is that you are in the fulfilment of this word today, with me who is also showing you that God and men are one in the vastness of the universe.