Lecture by Martin Exeter, May 24, 1970 . . .
Synopsis: To a consciousness separated from relatedness to the universe, such questions as “Canst thou bind the sweet influences of Pleiades, or loose the bands of Orion?” asked of man in the 38th chapter of Job, appear to be meaningless. But we are starting to sense the actuality of influences being brought to bear, a whole network of influences of which the mind knows virtually nothing. Our solar system is now emerging out of a vibrational cloud which made the fall possible in the first place, and the fallen state cannot continue to exist. It is no longer possible to continue in a three-dimensional world. With the intensification occurring in the earth today, we must come out into a seven-dimensional world, and this requires absolute honesty.