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0975407902
Author:
Mercury Publications,Rodney Collin
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Astronomy & Space Science
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Mercury Publications; 1st edition (June 1, 2006)
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Collin's Theory of Celestial Influence is clearly meant to be read in this spirit. No doubt, specialists in chemistry and history would as likely be horrified as entranced by this prospect

Collin's Theory of Celestial Influence is clearly meant to be read in this spirit. No doubt, specialists in chemistry and history would as likely be horrified as entranced by this prospect. Not having a PhD in chemistry, Dante would almost certainly get some of the details, and maybe some of the important ones, wrong.

This book, like Collin's Theory of Celestial Influence and the books by his Teacher . Ouspensky, startle by the profundity of insights stirring only in the deepest parts of human experience. The Circle of Life, from Conception to Death, inexorably grinds on, but what we make of our lives is preserved not only in memory (partially), but in Death, at the time of "Judgement", an interval as great as the duration of Man's entire life in "real time" as Collin defines it. And this informs the NEXT moment of conception.

Rodney Collin examines 20th-century scientific discoveries and traditional esoteric teachings and concludes that the driving force behind everything is neither procreation nor survival, but expansion of awareness. The Theory of the Celestial Influence, is based on a set of diverse analogies and concepts of "scale" that establishes similarities with the scales of the universe, the solar system, the human body, the cells, molecules and atoms.

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I will be featuring Rodney Collin's work in my forthcoming book "Time . Theory of Celestial Influence, page 220, Shambala 1968. This realisation grows in silence.

I will be featuring Rodney Collin's work in my forthcoming book "Time, Dreams & Precognition". 13 January 2011 at 11:27. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español. Theory of Celestial Influence, Rodney Collin. 17 May 2015 ·. ‎Imtiaz Malik‎ to Theory of Celestial Influence, Rodney Collin.

Rodney Collin explores in this text, man’s ‘relation to the universe’ as experienced by a ‘different kind of mind .

Rodney Collin explores in this text, man’s ‘relation to the universe’ as experienced by a ‘different kind of mind, in a different state of consciousness. Gurdjieff, promulgators of the esoteric doctrine the Fourth Way, Collin examines how modern scientific discoveries in diverse fields such as physics, human physiology, chemistry and astronomy can be united and reconciled with traditional esoteric teachings

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Publication date 01 Apr 1997. Publisher Penguin Books Ltd.

Collin sets out to reconcile the considerable contradictions of the rational and imaginative minds and of the ways we see the external world versus our inner selves. Format Paperback 432 pages. Dimensions 127 x 19. 8 x 2. mm 29. 3g. Publication date 01 Apr 1997. Imprint ARKANA. Publication City/Country London, United Kingdom.

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....As above so below... Are we alone in the universe or are we an intricate part of it? Is mankind merely a biological entity or is there a higher purpose and if so, who, or what, does humanity serve? These answers are contained within this book, a virtual encyclopedia of the hidden connections between humankind, the planets, and the universe. Rodney Collin brings to astrology a depth and level long forgotten. One begins to realize the solar system's connection to the Earth is not as distant as the "space between" would imply. All of COllin's observations point to the idea that there is only one creative system governed by the same laws, suggesting that there is only one creator: God. The Universe and man are ready to be understood.
  • Iesha
A classic. Any serious student of astrology should read this. Gives various perspective in a clear written style
  • Framokay
The book was one the best reads for me. The theory of eternal life should be required for all people who think they know god.
  • Vinainl
Exceptional work by Rodney Collin clearly explores the masterful esoteric ideas taught by P.D. Ouspensky. Divine.
  • Goldfury
This is an out of print hard to find book, as $50 is quite a price for a paperback .. but well worth the price! I do not know how you do it Amazon, keep it up! Best_Stig
  • Akisame
Collin considers the asteroid belt between Jupiter and Mars to be the "criminal zone" of our galaxy,.A former student of Ouspensky, he offers these "signatures of Nature" and others for pondering by students of esoteric philosopohy.
  • Getaianne
Like all Collin's books, this is a synthesis of ideas he pondered and gathered over his whole life.
Verifiable "scientific" evidence is not the issue here.
Another approach is emphasized, one that is not limited by Western biases founded within the "Mechanistic View", which assumes that the rational mind or intellect is equipped to deal with and ultimately understand the profoundest issues underlying the confusing and contradictory nature of our existence and each man's life.
As in the theories and writings of Collin's mentor, P.D. Ouspensky, we glimpse a window into the mystery of time, suggesting other dimensions - both in Time and Space - and the non-linear nature of reality.
This is not exactly tailored to the Western Mind and approach obviously.

There is verifiable evidence from a Western scientific perspective that Lunar cycles affect the tides, menstrual cycles and even perhaps human behaviour.
However any influences coming from other planets and celestial entities would not be graspable from the extremely limited perspective of the human mind AS WE KNOW IT, as isolated as we human beings are on one tiny speck in the Universe.
Is there a connection with the health and operation of human organs and the influences of the planets and other celestial bodies and galaxies?
Does history follow a path constrained by these influences?
Is a man's life also subject to the same influences?
This is not astrology in the sense that the daily horoscope is - it is a longshot from it. A new take altogether.
This is just a theory, to be considered, but fraught with implications that are intriguing and possibly inspiring to those who want better answers than they have been able to find in conventional approaches.
  • Friert
I couldn't put this book down when I first read it. Full of Collin's own insights into the enneagram, it is by far the best of the fourth way school's writings in my opinion, apart from perhaps In search of the miraculous. But this is a different book altogether. Although inspired by the enneagram, most of the ideas are his own, and his simplicity and insight are plain to see throughout. Far more useful than Bennett as regards inner ideas. Collin had a special relationship with modern man's spiritual destiny (IMO) and I have covered this in my God Or Else. I recommend this book to anyone interested in the enneagram or spirituality in general.

Alan Wrightson, author of "Master Disaster: The Inner Lives of Gurdjieff, Meher Baba, Idries Shah and Omar Ali-Shah"
Imagine, if you will, a modern chemistry course taught by Dante Aligheri, the author of The Divine Comedy, a course in which we might learn what it feels like to be an iron atom chained, as though with leg irons, to nearby atoms by ionic forces in a crystal. Now imagine a history course taught by Pythagoras, the Greek geometer, a course, perhaps, on a previously unknown geometry of statecraft. Finally, suppose that these and other courses are merely offered as preparatory to entrance into a real-life version of the Sarastro's priestly academy in Mozart's Magic Flute.

Collin's Theory of Celestial Influence is clearly meant to be read in this spirit.

No doubt, specialists in chemistry and history would as likely be horrified as entranced by this prospect. Not having a PhD in chemistry, Dante would almost certainly get some of the details, and maybe some of the important ones, wrong. Other specialists, their worldview, not to mention livelihood, threatened, would dismiss such a poetic approach as mere superstition.

But the real strength of the present work is that Collin has anticipated all of this. Collin's response (with his italics) to such people is found on page 333:

...[T]he present book is given as a basis for observation. Plausible or implausible, proven or unproven, all theory will remain theory for the reader until he has established or refuted it for himself on the basis of his own personal observation and experience. For neither belief nor disbelief, conviction or skepticism, can ever substitute for this, the only way in which the thesis of a book can affect real life and actual men.

What happens next, then, is up to you, the reader.