making of the universe: the seven globes

“We may speak of the Evolver and Ruler of this realm as a planetary Logos, so as to avoid confusion.

He draws from the matter of the solar system, outpoured from the central LOGOS Himself, the crude materials He requires, and elaborates them by His own life-energies, each planetary Logos thus specializing the matter of His realm from a common stock.

The atomic state in each of the seven planes of His kingdom being identical with the matter of a sub-plane of the whole solar system, continuity is thus established throughout the whole.

As H. P. Blavatsky remarks, atoms change “their combining equivalents on every planet”, the atoms themselves being identical, but their combinations differing. She goes on:

“Not alone the elements of our planet, but even those of all its sisters in the solar system, differ as widely from each other in their combinations, as from the cosmic elements beyond our solar limits…Each atom has seven planes of being, or existence, we are taught” – the sub-planes, as we have been calling them, of each great plane.

On the three lower planes of His evolving realm the planetary Logos establishes seven globes or worlds, which for convenience sake, following the received nomenclature, we call globes A, B, C, D, E, F, G. These are the:

“Seven small wheels revolving, one giving birth to the other”, Spoken of in Stanza vi. of the Book of Dzyan:

“He builds them in the likeness of older wheels, placing them on the imperishable centers.”

Imperishable, since each wheel not only gives birth to its successor, but is also itself reincarnated at the same center, as we shall see.”


Annie Besant

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