The Endless Human Connection Beyond The Universe

Our solar system with all the planets in position around the Sun.

Everything on Earth is connected to systems beyond.

Our connection to the Earth –  to Nature – is one of the most important connections humans have.  Actually, it is the most important.

Without Nature, without the Earth, we would not exist. Period.

The Earth’s connection to the Sun –  to our Solar System – is one of the most important connections our planet has.

Our Sun’s connection to the Galaxy is one of the most important connections our Solar System has.

Our Galaxy’s connection to the Universe, and beyond, is one of the most important connections our Galaxy has.

Our Universe’s connection to the mysteries beyond is one of the most important connections our Universe has.

Without this multi-level, inner-connection, nothing would exist. Period.

The Connection

The human lymph system illustrated.

Our human bodies are connected to the Earth, the Solar System, and beyond.

Whatever happens to the Earth happens to us. If the planet heats up, we heat up.  When the Earth changes its axis position, we change our axis position. We have long forgotten that the magnetic field inside our bodies lines up with the Earth’s magnetic field, and when the Earth’s magnetism shifts, we physically shift with it.

In the same way, the massive and diverse Universe, with its trillions of galaxies and solar systems, influences everything in the same way to assure stability and balance.

The Earth provides our well being through its well being. Our Sun secures the Earth’s well being through its well being. Our Solar System and our Galaxy’s well being remain stable through the Universe’s well being … and on and on beyond the outer limits of our known Universe.

This connection is why your physical body and all life on Earth have such extraordinary resiliencies.

Like The Human Body

All the planets in our Solar System are in constant motion. Like the human body, all planets resonate, they circulate heat, and they move around a central sun.

Like humans, the Solar System produces energy, it circulates heat, and it moves around a central Galaxy.

Just like you, the Galaxy resonates, it circulates heat, and it moves around a central Universal core.

So you see, every human being, each planet, every sun and star, and each galaxy travels at its own pace and on its own track. Everything in this vast Universe is in its own little world.

Yet ….

We are all connected. We all move together in a fine-tuned and very precise symphony.

The next time you feel isolated, different, or possibly “superior” to any other form of life, think about this connection. Humans are but a small piece of a massive creation.

Changes in the Universe affect our Galaxy. Changes in our Galaxy effect our Solar System. Changes in our Solar System affect the Earth. And changes on our planet affect human beings – both are the same yet individual.

Learn to balance your self because this will keep you connected to mysteries far beyond the Universe.

A picture of the Earth and the Moon from space


The Galileo Syndrome – Are We Repeating History?

Old scrolls and ancient books where mankind has tried to predict an apocalypse since the beginning of mankind.

Are we repeating history?

In Galileo’s time, many visionaries spent their lifetimes trying to understand the deepest mysteries of the Universe, but because their amazing discoveries were continuously seen as competition to organized governments and religions, we are still confused today with what to believe.

Earth question symbol represented by a world globe model with a geographic shape of a mark questioning the state of the environment the international economy and political situation.

So many questions remain unanswered.

In today’s world, it is common for our political leaders, religions, parents, and teachers to answer most questions about the cosmos with an empty shrug. Because their understanding is limited, and since many people are uncomfortable with the unknown, most simply default to antiquated religious dogma for the answers. Much of our philosophy and science has been suppressed by such beliefs.

Hence, amid all of our technology, our questions about the cosmos remain unanswered.


In 1543, Polish astronomer Nicholas Copernicus discovered that the Sun was the center of the known Universe, and that all the planets, including the Earth, rotated on an “axis” at the same time they revolved on orbits around the Sun. Most people argued against Copernicus’ discovery, choosing to believe that the Earth was the center of the Universe. This egocentric belief seeded the Normalcy Bias paradigm that mankind faces today.

In 1610, Italian scientist Galileo Galilei publicly supported Coperincus’ theory, and this created much controversy for him during his lifetime. Anyone who disagreed with the clergy was in danger.


Galileo met with bitter opposition from influential philosophers and clerics, and the church eventually denounced him to the Roman Inquisition accusing him of sorcery, blasphemy, and witchcraft. Although Galileo was cleared of any offences at that time, they censored his printed work, and he was warned by the Catholic Church to abandon his views and beliefs—which he promised to do (with his fingers crossed behind his back). Breaking that pledge, he later wrote his most famous work in 1632, Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems, and was again tried by the Inquisition. This time, he was found guilty of heresy, forced to publicly deny his writings, and spent the rest of his life under house arrest.


A picture of a dirt path in a filed with a crossroad turn.

Today, mankind is at a crossroads.

We now know that both Coperincus and Galileo were right, but the scope of understanding that the Earth was not the center of the Universe was met with little interest for centuries to follow, and the awe of wonder was replaced with immense fear of the unknown. This seeded the misconception that the mysteries of the Earth were powers to be pushed against, controlled, and manipulated for the greater good.

Humanity chose to take a wrong turn on its journey, and we still have the same fear today of acknowledging Nature’s power over our lives. THIS leads us to ignore Nature’s warning signs that are occurring today.

Over 400 years later, philosophers, politicians, scientists, and clergy still have not adopted a new paradigm concerning the power of the Earth. Modern humans take more from the Earth than we give back. We are steering dangerously farther away from Nature’s way, and are interfering with the many natural Earth cycles. Humans haven’t changed much since Coperincus and Galileo.

It’s the Galileo Syndrome repeating history…….

Looking At Natural Disasters From The Moon

A picture of he Earth and the Moon in space.

The Earth From Space

There is no doubt that major planetary shifts are taking place today. From our perspective, the shifts that we experience as earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, floods, and violent storms, are huge events that are changing our world as we know it. But these natural disasters are no big deal to our planet. The Earth is merely stretching its muscles.

Earthquakes Are No Big Deal

A natural disaster  is merely a tiny reaction to the Earth. Look closely at an earthquake: earthquakes don’t “move” the Earth – the Earth’s natural “spin” moves the crust, and that causes earthquakes. Earthquakes are tiny movements to the Earth.

Today, the Earth’s axis is very unstable, and this is causing the Earth to wobble. The more the Earth quivers as it spins, more crust breaks apart. To the Earth, these are just insignificant cracks, landslides, and sinkholes in the crust that are no big deal. Think of it like a small rock hitting your windshield. To the people living in the cities built on top of these cracks and sinkholes, they can be huge disasters.

Looking Down At The Earth

A picture of the Earth and the Moon from space

Looking at the massive Earth from the Moon

Imagine looking at the Earth from the Moon. Our planet is enormous, and much too large to notice a little wobble in rotation. We can’t “see” our world wobble as it turns. Our massive planet quivers, and this causes a reaction in the atmosphere, on the surface, and within the interior of the Earth.  We cannot “see” these reactions, but we surely experience their consequences as natural disasters.

From your observation point standing on the Moon, envision the March 2011 8.9 magnitude earthquake in Japan. This break in the Earth’s crust was a massive movement at the surface, but from the Moon, this quake was a microscopic pinprick. Major earthquakes cannot be “seen” from space because earthquakes are not powerful enough to shift the Earth.

Try This Solution

Bridges are constructed in areas prone to natural disasters.

Bridging Over Disaster Zones

The damage earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and massive floods create on the the Earth can be disastrous to humans because we have built our cities, bridges, and power grids on top of natural disaster zones. But, these major Earth events are not going to stop anytime soon.

Let’s try this solution to make things better: let’s stop building on the cracks, over sinkholes, and near the hot spots. Let’s stop building too close to the edges of oceans, seas, rivers, and swamps, and let’s stop sprawling the population into areas that we do not belong. This is the ONLY solution to prevent more human disasters.

Right now, the Earth is stretching her muscles and shifting her position a little. It’s no biggie for the planet – it’s disastrous to humans.

Let’s move on down the road much smarter, and start enjoying the ride.