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There is. Researchers in astronomy have found a correlation between human nature and the powers of the bodies of the Solar system – but not the visible constellation as we have come to know them.
The Human-Planetary Anatomy
The visible constellations actually have mental fields that enclose them, the same way the physical body has an invisible astral form that encloses it. These mental spheres (or circles) belonging to the human emotional plane bear the same names of their fixed stellar counterparts.
From the same ONE basic law of form, it has been determined that particular human characteristics, of both mental and physical forms, are likewise accompanied and indicated each by its own vital (nervous) force. It is decided when a person is born when the Earth and other planets are in certain angles from the Sun; that is, in a certain sign of the zodiac. This analysis of life, with regards to its mental function, gives twelve grand functions in their varied expressions.
Medical astrology acknowledges a sympathy and a communication between each zodiacal division and some definite zones of the human body. Medical astrologer Heinrich Daath wrote (1872):
“The child in the womb is an epitome of the zodiacal duodenary. At birth, the impressions of the celestial divisions are made. Hereafter it comprises within the flesh all the attributes of such divisions, and becomes an exponent of them. This zodiac, the macrocosmos, is concentrated in the microcosmos of humanity…. The planetary bodies travel through the signs of the zodiac, and by the changes and disturbances they produce, institute sympathetic changes and disturbances in the human equivalent. Each planet, too, is intimately espoused with some division or divisions of our zodiac, arguing a natural affinity between them.”
All Humans Self-Express In “The Law Of The Trinity”
That the number three is the ideal division of all things, the Solar mental functions are classified into three classes of substantial powers (energetic principles): the Intellectual (Wisdom), Affectional (Love), and the Volitional (Will). Subsequently, all human beings self-express in three classes of powers (or nerve-force); each, which, fixed in human nature, has its own force, product and organ.
The general relation of the three is formal, static and dynamic. Every human being forms works in all three mental powers. However, one force always takes the lead, based one’s unique temperament, in fulfilling life’s work and purpose. Intellect (wisdom), Affection (love), and Volition (will) express their products in general term.
Intellect (formal/front-brain) is necessary to productiveness – to come up with successful ideas, which must be fortified by the will-to-action (dynamic/back-brain force); however, there has to be an incentive toward action, a concentrating interest or activity you place on a task at hand (static/mid-brain force), to hold volition steadfast until it comes to materialization. It is the affection (or attachment) to the thing we so desire that generates that warming emotion – the principle of divine forming. The importance behind the volition is the gravitational force (or attraction) that binds what we amass, good or evil, through the affectional current (or passion) we feed it.
Sun Signs They Vaguely RepresentPisces, Aries, Taurus and Gemini
Aquarius, Virgo, Cancer, and Leo
Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, and Capricorn
The Harmonic Temperament
Formal force manifests prominently in the intellect, the nervous system, and its organs; Static force in human affection, the nutritive system, its organ; and Dynamic force in the volition (will-to-action), the muscular system, its organs. Essentially, the body’s movement is determined by nervation (nerve patterns); its dynamic expression (or conduct) through motion; however, the states of both the nervous system and muscular (motive) system are maintained by nutrition (static force). Hence the lead statement of the “PreThink Eating” Drive: “Of what use is “will” and “intellect” without a healthy body for their marvellous expression.”
Systems & OrgansNervous system – brain and nerves
Nutritive system – heart, lungs, stomach, bowels, liver, lymph
Motive system – bones, muscles, tendons, flesh, blood vessels
The Mental rays – of formative, static and dynamic powers – belong to the triple-powered soul. Expressing in the mental plane – by means of the substantiate activity (energetic principle) they aggregate around our spirit substance – creative intelligence is able to move in [twelve] spheres of activities or expertise.
All twelve functions are necessary to carry on and express all our spiritual activities; however, the mental force akin to the solar ray at birth always takes the lead. A dominant mental ray is rare – if not impossible. An admixture is more the rule, although one ray will lead the overall colour of tapestry of one’s personality. Each person expresses more than one ray, displaying characteristics of two, or occasionally three, very strongly.
In eminent scholars, for example, the motive force is often found in combination with the mental, and with statesmen (those felt called to serve society) with the vital temperament. To the former personality, the combination imparts vigour and efficiency, and to the latter it would give strength, ambition, and love of power. Essentially, the different parts of the body should also be in equal development, in order to produce the harmonic temperament. This is fundamental to Food Carbonomics Meal Plan.