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08.004 Planet between Mars and Jupiter

 

Jakob Lorber
The great Gospel of John, 1851-1864
jl.ev04.106,07-08 Planet between Mars and Jupiter

[07] For this reason there are on this earth many more different species of minerals, plants and animal life than on all the other planets and suns, considering each of them individually of course. Taken together all the others would probably yield a greater number of species but every other world entity in the whole realm of creation individually shelters one hundred-thousandth of the number present here on this earth in each of the three kingdoms. That is why only this earth is destined to provide a home for the children of God in the most valid sense.

[08] But how and why is this so? There are very special circumstances which relate to this earth. As a planet it belongs to this sun; but it is, strictly speaking, unlike its other planets - with the exception of the one located between Mars and Jupiter which, for certain important reasons, was already destroyed six-thousand years ago, or more correctly, was actually destroyed by itself and its inhabitants. Although the earth is in our solar system, it originally came from the primordial central sun and it is in a certain way unimaginably older in your terms than this sun. Nevertheless, the earth really only physically emerged a long time after our sun had begun, as a fully developed world, had begun its first orbit around its central sun. Nevertheless, its actual physical materiality was mainly drawn from this sun.

 

 

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