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Took out ref to "central sun", updated punctuation.
The [[central sun]], the white-fire core of the earth, is called the sun of even pressure. This is the forcefield in Spirit and Matter for all energy distribution of the planet, the interaction of Spirit/Matter in the nucleus of the earth.
There are idyllic settings below the earth’s surface, areas that you would associate with the exterior, with valleys, lakes, streams and mountains. This natural beauty is enfolded by peaceful, harmonious vibrations, all of which center around the meditation upon the sun of even pressure.
On June 1, 1980, Gautama Buddha said:
<blockquote>The very bowels of the earth must convulse and must release darkness and the dark ones, for beneath that very manifestation is the great light of the sun of even pressure. That sun of even pressure, intensifying and releasing the currents of the [[Great Central Sun]], causes the shifting in the earth, the adjustment, the alignment, and even the eruption of volcano. Thus pressing to the surface those surface manifestations of the [[astral plane]], elemental life are clearing the way for the rising of the emanations, the frequencies of the white -fire core itself.</blockquote>
<blockquote>Those who understand the science of this activity will meditate upon the sun of even pressure, will give the mantra to the sun of [[Helios and Vesta]], will see themselves positioned on the surface of the earth—arcing the light of Helios and Vesta, arcing the light of the sun of even pressure, and therefore creating on the surface of the earth within their own hearts the balance of the [[Great Central Sun Magnet]].</blockquote>
<blockquote>You see, if there is sufficient pressure of light on the surface to balance that which is within, all that appears to be erupting in society and in the earth can be transmuted before it break forth in destructiveness to human life, animal life, to the vegetation, and the very process of the ongoing evolution of a planetary home.<ref>{{POWref|23|43}}</ref></blockquote>
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