Rave Cosmologist

Rave Cosmology: The Nature of the Stars

In ‘the Nature of the Stars’ we get to explore many stars that are seemingly far away but are located on the Elliptic of our Solar System. However interesting and rewarding it is to look at the position of the planets in our Rave Bodygraph, we usually only look at the imprinting of our Design and at the daily Transits. And while also understanding both the Sun and Jupiter are our greatest influences of Neutrinos, the Neutrinos come from all the stars, in all the galaxies.

And these far-away Neutrino streams also have influence on our lives, maybe even on our imprinting. And we can look at that. We can track the position of them through the ages and see what their influence is and has been. However remote they sometimes are, many light-years away, their consistency, the slow progression of their location relative to us, has given us this constant stream of influence and unfiltered consciousness.

To explore the background frequencies of the program, of that which is localized to our Solar System as the Cross of Planning and the upcoming Cross of the Sleeping Phoenix, but then also what is happening way beyond it and thus beyond our daily contemplations and comprehension. Especially also for someone like me as I’ve lived in cities most of my life, to realize how disconnected I am, but most of us (western) humans are from the star field and their influences, but also from their beauty and their stories, the impressions the Chinese, the Persians, Babylonians, Arabs, the Mayans and the Egyptians had of these stellar objects.
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Human Design Rave Cosmologist Teacher

Something that started in October 2010 as a small seed in an email which only contained: “Rave Cosmology?” and what grew patiently larger during all these years since, and then triggered into higher gear through the death of Ra Uru Hu, finally after an interesting 250 hours of study during 15 months containing lots of drama, and then with even more intense focus in the 2 weeks that it took to prepare the exam papers I present you:

http://www.ihdschool.com/School/Professional_Education/Rave_Cosmologist

And a big shout out to –all– people who helped, supported and also to those that challenged me to explore me being a late bloomer more and further then ever before as all of you are a source of inspiration.

I hope you know who you are, since I may have forgotten a few of you that also deserve some form of credit, then please take it, it’s yours too 🙂

To read the exam paper go here: Rave Cosmology: The Nature of the Stars
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