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16.004 Inhabited comets

 

Jakob Lorber
The natural sun, 1842
jl.nson.073,07-09 Inhabited comets

[NS 73.7] Behold, that is how things are. Now it can be asked whether these are the only spirits with the fatal honour of being received back by the sun's poles, or whether there are other ones? Indeed there are all sorts of others! And these are partly fugitives from the planets orbiting the sun, but also partly similar storm troopers from other suns, such spirits being seized by the sun's polar force when drifting into this sun's planetary region. Only if in a sun-distant region they combine in an aforementioned way, manifesting as comets, can they move around the sun in a clumsy, planetary fashion. If however, they helplessly and clumsily approach the sun too closely, they are consumed "core and stem" by the sun, as you would say. Even if some, in time, turn into real planets, they nevertheless are not precluded thereby from becoming the sun's food-prey. Because once the sun's polar force has seized something, it is as good as the sun's prey, for with its force, it firstly feeds steadily upon such guests, weakening them millennium by millennium, until in the end, hauling them into its wide, fiery womb.

[NS 73.8] You can already recognize this from the present position of the planets. Because once many millions of years ago the planet Mercury still occupied the position of your Earth; Venus approximately the position of the present planet Mars, and Earth approximately the position of Jupiter; now you can calculate how much the sun, with its power, has attracted these planets! From that you can easily see that the sun, even after many thousands of years, will take hold of the presently free floating planets, whereupon the most stubborn spirits from these heavenly bodies shall again attain to their law-abiding, but also on account of their regained freedom, lawless state.

[NS 73.9] That other planets shall take the place of those completely taken up by the sun, you can gather from the fact that a host of at least ten thousand million comets just swarm around your sun, for which reason one or the other more developed comets can easily position itself in the location of a planet. There are indeed already present a great many well-developed comets in your sun's wide regions which are, for the most part, already inhabited, even if not by humans yet, but by diverse precursory animals.

 

 

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