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outline of the gaia Project
The term "Gaia Project" (or simply "the Project") may sound very strange to most readers, except for people who have visited my website and have read segments of my "Meditation Records." The word "Gaia" first appeared in Greek mythology, referring to the earth goddess and later to "the self-controlling organic earth." Anyone who knows the meaning of the term might guess that Gaia Project is a sort of space project related to the earth, but soon might ask, "What kind of nonsense are you talking about?"
So far, the general public has not even recognized the possibility of highly developed life forms, similar to human beings, on other planets. When they hear that the universe is involved in changing and refreshing the earth and when they read about a huge cosmic operation relating to the earth, they may consider such information to be a hoax or merely science fiction. It's difficult for them to accept the idea that the earth was formed for a special purpose and that it has been operated under careful supervision of high-dimensional beings. Even people who accept the existence of highly intelligent life forms in outer space probably find it difficult to imagine that there are beings that give direct orders for running the earth. For that reason, people might guess that the Gaia Project must be a humorous, odd, or exaggerated expression for significant changes taking place on the earth.
However, regardless of popular opinions, there are in fact many beings who have taken part directly and indirectly in the operation of the earth since its formation, and there are many beings who have been sent to the earth for missions related to the Great Change. The Gaia Project, which includes all the plans from the earth's formation to its ascension to the fifth dimension, does really exist. Thus, if we understand the Gaia Project in its entirety, we not only know the history of the earth and its living beings, but we also naturally develop insight into humankind. The Gaia Project refers to a universe-wide plan related to the earth, one that has been carried out for a very long time. To understand the Gaia Project better, it may be necessary to have some basic background knowledge regarding how the universe is constituted and operated. The universe is mostly not materialized and is very different from the material earth, so that describing or explaining the universe in any human language is not an easy job at all. People on the earth can only roughly imagine the universe. With this fact in mind, only a brief explanation of the cosmic constitution and movement is presented here. As a related issue, chapter 7 explains how "being," or "consciousness," was originated.
Formation and Movement of the Universe
All things in the universe vibrate with their own frequencies. The universe is unfolded in such a manner that different worlds with different dimensions coexist simultaneously. Unlike notions of dimensions in mathematics and physics, a dimension in the universe indicates a band of vibration frequencies. The universe consists of ten dimensions: from the tenth dimension, with the highest frequencies to the first dimension, with the lowest frequencies. Everyone and everything in the universe belongs to one of the dimensions. Everything in the universe is laid out by the vibration of the tenth dimension, whose frequency is high enough to hold all of the information of the universe. As the frequencies get farther away from the origin of the universe, they gradually become lower and their roles become simpler. Even within the same dimension, there is quite a difference in frequency, and thus each dimension can be divided again into layers. These differences in dimension cause variations in terms of functions, purposes, and ways of existence, and the basic order of the universe can be said to be based on dimensions, or frequencies.
There are close to seven hundred galaxies in the unfolded universe. This number is vastly different from the one estimated by astrophysicists-tens of millions of galaxies. This difference comes from the fact that the stars, galaxies, and the universe that modern scientists observe are quite different from the real picture. The observation devices used by scientists sense light and waves belonging only to the material domain, so the worlds they recognize are different from the universe, which mostly belongs to the non-material domain. Thus, there is naturally a huge gap between the number of galaxies estimated by scientists and the number revealed here.
Each galaxy has its own formation principles and operation system, as well as its own inherent rules. Each galaxy, administered by beings of eighth- or ninth-dimensional frequencies, consists of several dimensions and is comprised of many stars with different characteristics. Each star has a particular dimensional frequency with its own unique function and mission. For instance, a certain star serves as the headquarters for a certain galaxy, while another star functions as a place of learning or as a library for a certain level of the universe. A star cluster can be composed of stars with the same or different dimensions.
In the tenth dimension, which has the highest frequency of vibration, there are five beings from the Origin of the universe, who are called in this book the "first consciousness of the universe," the "consciousnesses of the Origin," the "beings of the Origin," or, simply, the tenth-dimensional beings. They do not stay on a particular star, but instead spread out throughout the universe at all times in the form of light. The relationship among the five beings of the Origin is like a brotherhood or sisterhood. Since each possesses somewhat different characteristics and qualities, some differences exist in their roles.
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