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Re: Astrology question

Jan 21, 1999 07:55 AM
by M K Ramadoss

The statement is very interesting. This is the first time I am coming
across this viewpoint.
One belief I have heard is that the place/continent of death seem to make
it easier to reincarnate in the same place/continent. The hearsay is that
that was a reason why C. Jinarajadasa travelled to US and died in US. It
is also possible that similar thing took place with Krishnaji. While
Krishnaji could have had his cancer diagnosed and received excellent care
in India, he flew back to Calfornia and died in a couple of months after


Bee Brown wrote:

> Hi folks,
> I came across the idea below in a book I am reading, 'Initiation' by
> Elizabeth Haich and wondered if the knowledgable people on the list
> might comment as I am not sure if it fits in with Theosophical
> notions. It seems reasonable to me but that isn't always a reliable
> guide.
> Many thanks
> Bee
> " All the creatures that are being born into the third dimensional
> world every moment throughout all eternity ended their previous
> incarnation under the same constellation as the one which existed at
> the moment of their birth in this incarnation.  The death
> constellation in one incarnation and the birth constellation in the
> next are always absolutely identical.  On the other hand, the birth
> constellation and the death constellation for any given incarnation
> are never identical, because the individual living creature concerned
> is changed through the experience it has."
> "This is why some people are reincarnated again after only a very
> short time while others may even have to wait thousands of years until
> the stellar constellations match those they carry in their souls."

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