An interpretation of Jupiter's magnetosphere, the area around an astronomical object dominated by a magnetic field. The solar wind, a constant stream of atomic particles which flows omni-directionally from the Sun, determines the shape of the magnetosphere and replenishes it with particles. Jupiter's field is the strongest yet discovered. Of the inner planets, only the Earth has an extensive magnetosphere (first explored in 1958). A Magnetic Theory of Astrology Biologists have shown that many life forms, such as bacteria, birds and fish, can use the magnetic field of the Earth to find direction. It has been shown that vibrations in the Earth's field do have an effect on the central nervous system of creatures, including humans. The building block of the nervous system is the neuron, containing a message transmitter called an axon. This is usually stimulated by activity within the neuron, but it can also be activated by electrical stimulus from outside. The nervous system can act as an aerial to detect vibrations from the Earth's field. There is growing evidence that the magnetic behavior of the sun is linked to the motion of the planets. The magnetic field of the Earth is linked to the fluctuations of the Sun through the agency of the solar wind. The solar wind is a constant stream of sub-atomic particles flowing from the Sun's corona, 'gusting' and 'squalling' like a real wind. It has also been linked to the phases of the Moon. This means that the whole solar system is playing a 'symphony' on the magnetic field of the Earth. The Magnetic Music of the Spheres According to Dr. Percy Seymour Dr. Seymour's theory states that we are all genetically tuned to receive a different set of 'melodies' from this solar symphony. While in the womb, our five senses are still developing and less effective in receiving information than after birth. However, the womb is no hiding place from the all-pervading magnetic field of the Earth, so the symphonic tunes which we pick up are part of our earliest memories. It is here that the magnetic music of the spheres becomes etched in our brains. The first role of our particular response to this music is to provide the cue for our entry into the world. At later stages in life, when the solar system plays our tune again on the magnetic field of the earth, it evokes these memories and and might influence our response and reaction to any given situation.
My Theory People's behavior and all events on Earth are controlled largely by magnetism. There is a force guiding a movement to and from stimuli that appears to be beyond a person's recognition. Events aren't controlled by men. They're part of the current. The magnetic wind. No one thing controls. The whole thing controls. Maybe. So what does one do?
Try to take control of something and fight the magnetism. Let go and take the ride. Try to get hold of it, or at least figure out where it is. Stop going where one's desires go. Hmmmph. That's a toughie.
Accept it. Reject it. Think it's not coming back. Change it. Leave it be. Forget it. Eat it. Get with it.
Pick and choose.