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14.002 A common central world body

 

Jakob Lorber
The great Gospel of John, 1851-1864
jl.ev02.139,03-05 A common central world body

   03] But you can know this that around every such sun the right amount of such earths like this is on which we stand are orbiting at various distances, and that several of these earths still have side earths, which orbit them as constant companions, like the moon around our Earth! But as many actual earths are supported by a sun, as many own, corresponding belts, as orbiting earths, has then simply every one of such sun, with the exception of the central suns, which are destined for the keeping and guiding of the earth suns and are around thousand times thousand times bigger than ten times thousand times thousand such suns, of which you have now seen two.

   04] Such a central sun is no longer divided into belts, but into just as many areas on its surface as how many individual earth suns it has to supply; and there every area corresponding to an earth sun is then according to the area space about thousand to ten thousand times bigger than the surface of each individual earth sun including all earths orbiting it. But around a central sun at least thousand times thousand earth suns make a way.

   05] But then there are also still central suns around which once again thousand times thousand just mentioned central suns with all their earth suns move, and once more central suns around which the central suns of the second kind move, and finally a common central world body, which stays in immeasurable depth of a central sun area and has no other movement than that around its own axis. This central body is also a sun; but it is so big that all the countless earth suns, the central suns of first, second and third order and all the earths und moons, which orbit the countless many earth suns, beside the many thousands of all kinds of bigger or smaller tail stars, which as becoming earths make a way around the earth suns in unsettled circles, would not make up the hundred thousandth part of its body content if this discussed main central sun would be a hollow sphere and the above mentioned countless many world bodies would be in it. Jarah, are you now able to imagine what I just said?«

 

 

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