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The planets circulate counterclockwise here, (which we view at an angle) all nearly on the same plane. The planetary system, apart from Pluto, is as flat as a pancake. Fig. 7 100 Million Kilometers 1011 Meters Now we see the inner solar system. The green arc is traversed by planet Earth during some six weeks each September and October. Fig. 8 100 Thousand Kilometers 108 Meters The whole earth appears, isolated, elegant, and fragile. We recognize our globe in open space, a spacecraft in orbit with no Atlas to support it.

The baby no longer needs the placenta, so this is removed by cutting through the umbilical cord. The body starts to move the orbit by itself. When get older, the microcosmic orbit will gradually stop. Fig. 32 Before the Baby is Born Fig. 33 After the Baby is Born See how this a one month old child already holds its tongue against the roof of the mouth and so makes it possible for the cosmic orbit to move. It is believed that children do this in the womb. Opening of the Heavenly Pool Fig. 34 Babies automatically place their tongues up to the palate, just as they do in the womb.

11 1 Meter 1 Yard 100 Meters “Of all things, man is the measure,” Protagoras the Sophist proclaimed. His measurements were correct, as this image portrays a life scale of a man and his daily pleasures, including food for the mind, body and soul. The man rests from these activities, as life inside and all around him continues. - 46 - Cosmic Orbit Fig. 1 Meter 10 Centimeters 10-1Meters The scale is now intimate: As you can see, this is an up close look at the back of the mans’ hand, a little enlarged.

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