The Seven-Cluster System
Polar Perspective

Ursa Major / Sirian System Convergence Points in Capricorn

[CHART 1]     [CHART 1]


Circle with Cross   =   5 Major Clusters
Circle =   Sirian (7-sun) System members
Asterisk =   Cluster convergence points

The moving clusters of Ursa Major and the Sirius System (both Cosmic Logoi) are moving 'north' toward the Solar Apex in Capricorn.   The moving clusters Coma, Praesepe, Perseus, Pleiades, and Hyades Convergence Motion in the direction of Sirius.   And yet all are moving out from the Galactic Center along a spur on the Orion Arm as the universe expands.   This is true of the more distant but local Orion and Scorpio/Centaurus Moving Clusters (not Associations) as well.   These seven major constellations are part of the OAWNMBS called the Unknown Logos by DK in his Treatise on Cosmic Fire at (CF 293).   I have tried to make this clear by the parallel use of color in Chart 1 and CF Table V.   The Three Intimate Constellations are depicted as the three central Cosmic Logoi on the cosmic monadic plane in Table V.   The triangle/Suns of our Sirian System Logos are depicted in yellow, those of Ursa Major in orange, and those of the Pleiades in green.   The four other Cosmic Logoi, from our uninformed perspective, may well be considered the Cosmic Quaternary.

[ Alice A. Bailey, A Treatise on Cosmic Fire (NY: Lucis Trust), p. 293]

The Unknown 7 constellations cosmic Logos 5 cosmic planes    
A cosmic Logos 7 solar systems solar Logos 4 cosmic planes    
A solar Logos 7 planetary schemes     Heavenly Man 3 cosmic planes     period of 3 solar systems
A Heavenly Man     7 planetary chains Chohans & groups     2 cosmic planes   period of 1 solar system
A Man 7 etheric centers a Principle 1 cosmic plane   period of 1 planetary scheme

These seven constellations are found between the Orion and Scorpio-Centaurus Associations, two much more massive coherent groups of stars ("Associations"), of which there are at least 17 along the Orion Arm of the Galaxy.   See Journal of Esoteric Psychology 4/2 (1988) for further details.   See Chart 5 from this 1988 article, below:


Reference:     A.A. Bailey, A Treatise on Cosmic Fire. 1925, 1962 ed., 1982 pr.   NY: Lucis Trust.
                  Cited with permission of Lucis Publishing Co., NY —
Reference:     H.P. Blavatsky, The Secret Doctrine, Centennial facsimile ed.   Los Angeles.   Theosophical University Press, 1988.

Peter Kubaska August 2008.   AWE at TS in Boston.