The Body of the Cosmic Logos, Part 10

The Body of the Cosmic Logos, Part 10
Our Cosmic Logos

When we take into consideration all the veils and thoughtforms that may be hiding the true points of various centers, the student may wonder if it is possible to identify actual solar systems that may be centers in our local Cosmic Logos. So far our sun is the only one positively named and we know that it is the heart center. As noted earlier, evidence presented by DK indicates that Sirius is the throat center. So the obvious question is whether there are any other clues we may have missed? In answer to this I would say that there are three.

Clue One: Just as the Great Bear and the Pleiades are centers containing groups of stars in close proximity, like a family, even so, it would be reasonable to assume that the seven solar systems of our local Cosmic Logos are also in fairly close proximity. If this is a true conclusion, then weight is added to Sirius being a local center, for it is one of the closest major stars to us being just 8.6 light years away.

Clue Two: DK gives a hint as to size. Concerning the seven solar systems of which we are a part he says

“…our solar system is revolving around a cosmic centre along with six other constellations of even greater magnitude in the majority of cases than ours, only one being approximately of the same magnitude as our solar system.” Treatise on Cosmic Fire, Page 1084

This tells us that five of the solar systems from our group are of a “greater magnitude” while one is similar to ours.

Sirius, which is evidently in our group, is definitely one of the five with greater magnitude, for it radiates with 25 times the energy as given off by our sun and has twice the mass.

So, which star could be the one that is similar to our sun?

The obvious answer would be Alpha Centauri A.

The Alpha Centauri system is the closest one to us making it a good candidate for the local group right there. It is a triple star system and its main star is very similar to our sun. It is just about 10% heavier and hotter than our sun, but about 50% brighter.

Its companion star, Alpha Centauri B, is a little smaller and cooler than the sun.

The third star is a red dwarf only about 12% the size of our sun.

So, where would Alpha Centauri and other systems fit in as far as the seven solar systems go?

Clue Three: DK gives us another important hint. He speaks of:

“A cosmic wheel, or a group of seven constellations. These are grouped according to:
(a) Their magnitude,
(b) Their vibration,
(c) Their colour,
(d) Their influence upon each other.” TCF, Page 1085

The magnitude and color are registered by astronomers. The vibration is esoteric and not understood by them. As far as (d) goes scientists recognize only gravitational influence, whereas esoterists recognize their influence as living beings and emanators of the seven rays.

Let us then focus on magnitude and color, something accurately tabulated by scientists.

Using the Law of Correspondences, we can assume there would be similarities between the centers in human and higher lives. Such correspondences are rarely exact, but do give indications.

We are told that the Sun is the heart center of our Cosmic Logos, so let us look at the colors associated with the human heart center. In describing its color DK says it is “glowing golden.”

And what color is our sun? It is about as close to a gold color as any star out there.

We suspect that Sirius is the throat center. So what color does DK associate with this? He says it is “silvery blue, the blue predominating.” Silvery blue is a very accurate description of the color given off by Sirius, a much hotter sun than ours. In addition, we are told that the “Blue” Lodge makes it home there.

The main two stars in the Alpha Centauri system are yellow and light rose in color. This corresponds to one of the two major petals in the ajna center.

The other petal is blue and purple. There are no purple stars, but each star has an exoteric color we can see in the physical and esoteric one, not obvious to the observer. For instance DK quotes from the Secret Doctrine stating, “The true colour of the sun is blue.” Esoteric Astrology, Page 671.

Then he expands saying, “The Logos of our system is concentrating on the love or blue aspect. This—as the synthesis—manifests as indigo.” Esoteric Psychology, Vol 1, Page 127

So the stars indeed shine with visible colors depending on temperature and composition, from red to orange, to yellow, to white and then blue for the hottest of them.

All the colors of the centers are found in the visible stars except for the purple in part of the ajna center and some green in the solar plexus. So these colors could be represented esoterically.

In searching for the other four solar systems which could be centers in our Cosmic Logos, we have three clues. First DK tells us the rest in question are all larger than our sun. Second, would be their colors, as differentiated in centers, and third, they would be in fairly close proximity.

A good candidate for the head center would be Vega. At 25 light years distance it is still considered a close neighbor. It is larger than Sirius and almost twice as bright. It gives out 40 times more radiation than our sun. It is very hot and glows bright white, perhaps corresponding to the white petals in the crown.

A good candidate for the base of the spine is Pollux, as it is our closest orange star of significant size, corresponding to the orange petals in this center. It is about nine times the size and twice the mass of our sun. It gives off 33 times as much light as our sun.

Acturus, a giant red star, 37 light years away, is a good candidate for the sacral center. It is ancient, over seven billion years old, and near the end of its life at 25 times the size of the sun, giving out over 100 times as much energy.

The best local fit for the solar plexus is the Zeta Herculis double star system in the constellation of Hercules, 35 light years away. Together they give off a rosy orange-red light that corresponds to the color of the solar plexus as given by DK.

Thus, we have a potential Cosmic Logos conforming to the Law of Correspondences and DK’s statement that five of the solar systems would be of a larger magnitude than ours and one would be similar. This tells us one more thing often overlooked. DK’s writings indicate that a star would most likely have to be as big as our sun or larger to be considered for a center in a greater logos, as he mentions nothing smaller. That raises this question. Where do the smaller stars fit in? 70% of the galaxy is composed of red dwarfs and many of them are only about 2% the magnitude of the sun. Then there are white dwarfs and many other smaller suns. Overall ,90% of the stars out there are smaller than our sun, yet basically overlooked by esoterists.

Again, we look to the Law of Correspondences. In the human body there are seven major centers but many lesser ones. In addition, DK says there are three other significant ones and “twenty-one lesser centres and forty-nine smaller centres known to the esotericists.” Esoteric Healing, Page 72

In addition to these, there are many smaller centers corresponding to acupuncture points.

So if we correspond The One About Whom Naught May Be Said to the centers of the human body, we can expect this great life to, not only embody the seven centers or solar systems, but many lesser systems and red dwarfs. Each of these smaller suns would be a minor center in some higher logos.

It is an amazing thing to contemplate life as it manifests from the tiny atom up to the Cosmic Logos and beyond. It stretches the imagination to think on these things, leaving the seeker to exclaim, “The mystery of godliness, how great it is.”

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The Body of the Cosmic Logos, Part 6

The Body of the Cosmic Logos, Part 6
The One About Whom Naught May Be Said

Finally we come to an examination of a most mysterious being of immense proportions which DK calls: “the Logos of our Solar Logos.” (Initiation Human and Solar, Page 162) Even Its name has mystery behind it as if it came from a Harry Potter story. One character there had the title of, “He Who Must Not Be Named.” DK tells us that the being who is higher than our Solar Logos is called “The One About Whom Naught May Be Said.”

The reason for this title is that this entity is so far in advance of the Masters, Shamballa or even the Solar Logos that understanding Its consciousness by us would be like a snail trying to understand human thinking. DK words it this way: “It is well to note that this Existence is termed “the One about Whom naught may be said”, not because of secrecy or mystery, but because all formulation of ideas about His life and purpose are impossible until one has completed the term of evolution in our solar system. Note, I say, our solar system, not just our planetary existence. Speculation about the Existence who, through His life, informs seven solar systems is wasted energy.” A Treatise on White Magic, Page 274

It is interesting though that even though It’s name implies that naught can be said, DK still manages to say a few things about Him. Really, we would expect nothing less from such a master teacher.

Here is what most Bailey students know for sure. The One About Whom Naught May Be Said, or The Cosmic Logos for short, is a life that occupies a body that is composed of at least seven solar systems. Just as the life of our Solar Logos occupies a body that consists of the Sun and the planets, this great life has incarnated into a much vaster expanse.

We know for sure there are seven centers in Its body just as there are seven centers in the entities within the body from the Solar Logos on down to the atom.

Concerning this cosmic logos, DK says that “one complete vital body forms the manifestation of this mighty cosmic Being. Vortices of force on the cosmic etheric plane form the etheric framework of seven solar systems in the same way that the bodies of the seven Heavenly Men are the etheric centres for a solar Logos, and as the seven centres in man (existing in etheric matter), are the animating electrical impulse of his life.” Treatise on Cosmic Fire, Pages 351-352

What is not clear to students is, what is it exactly that makes up those seven centers?

DK’s writings give us numerous interesting hints on this Being to contemplate, but they are far from presenting a complete picture and some of the terms used are obscure. He seems to use the words “constellation” and “solar system” interchangeably when they have quite different meanings. This is strange because he correctly defined the terms as follows:

“A solar system consists of a sun as the central focal point, with its series of attendant planets, which are held in magnetic rapport in their orbits around that sun.

“A constellation consists of two or more solar systems or series of suns with their attendant planets.” Esoteric Psychology, Vol 1, Pages 152-153

He usually follows this definition in writing about our solar system in relation to the Cosmic Logos. For instance a number of times he speaks of “seven solar systems (of which ours is but one)” Initiation Human and Solar, Page 160

Then he turns around and words it this way: “the seven constellations which form the body of manifestation of the One About Whom Naught May Be Said. Our solar system is one of these seven constellations. Esoteric Psychology.” Vol 1, Page 332

He does this same thing with Sirius, sometimes calling it a star and other times a constellation. (See Treatise on Cosmic Fire, Page 904)

Our solar system just consists of one sun and is not a constellation by any standard definition. Sirius does have a small white dwarf companion star, but no astronomer calls it a constellation for it is a part of the constellation Canis Major which has 11 major stars which includes Sirius.

.Some writers of the Ancient Wisdom sometimes used the word “constellation” in relation to a single orb. Here is an interesting explanation by a noted Theosophist as to why this may be the case:

“…when our own ancient esoteric philosophers spoke of the planets, spoke of Venus, or of Mars, for instance, as a “constellation,” they knew perfectly well what they were saying, and they did not speak in ignorance. Why did they speak of a planet as a constellation, which in ordinary astronomical terminology or parlance means a collection or a gathering of stars? Because every one of the visible planets we see is but one of seven, six of them invisible to our physical eyes, the seven forming a planetary chain. And, furthermore, these planetary chains are composed of seven distinct and separate globular bodies, forming, to the eye of the seer, a true constellation; and furthermore still, each one of these seven globes has fourteen different lokas (or rather seven lokas and seven talas) or “worlds” attached to it, making thus, counting all the seven globes, 49 worlds or planes or lokas and 49 talas.” Fundamentals of the Esoteric Philosophy, G. de Purucker, Chapter 34

If de Purucker is correct, then the ancients would not see one planet or sun, but a chain or a constellation of them, even though there may be only one in physical manifestation. Since DK has studied many of these manuscripts, he may just be in the habit referring to any solar body as a group or constellation.

Another possibility is that this was a simple mistake made by Alice A. Bailey in the course of transcribing DK’s thoughts. He had great praise for her, except in one area. He said that she did not have a good grasp or knowledge of science, and this caused some limitation in expressing himself in scientific terms.

Now there are certain people who have difficulty with scientific concepts and do not differentiate between a solar system, a constellation, a galaxy or the universe. I’ve read a number of New Age authors who get these mixed up. So it is possible that Mrs. Bailey is to blame here.

A third possibility is that DK used these incongruent terms on purpose to hint at a deeper meaning.

Such a hint may be seen in the way he describes the Cosmic Logos. Sometimes he describes it as seven solar systems as follows:

“the ONE ABOUT WHOM NAUGHT MAY BE SAID, Who ensouls the seven solar systems.” Treatise on Cosmic Fire, Page 409

“The Life which expresses Itself through seven solar systems. The One About Whom Naught May Be Said.” Esoteric Psychology, Vol 1, Page 155

‘through His life, informs seven solar systems” A Treatise on White Magic, Page 274

Then other times he defines It as seven constellations:

“…the seven constellations which form the body of manifestation of the One About Whom Naught May Be Said.” Esoteric Psychology.” Vol 1, Page 332

“Each of these Paths eventually leads to one or other of the six constellations which (with ours) form the seven centres in the body of the ONE ABOUT WHOM NAUGHT MAY BE SAID.” Treatise on Cosmic Fire, Page 1242

This seems to be confusing to many students who ask, “Is the Cosmic Logos composed of seven individual solar systems or seven constellations?”

The interesting answer is that both are correct. I submit to you that the title “The One About Whom Naught May Be Said” refers to just not one great being of high consciousness, but all great galactic beings that are beyond the comprehension of even the Masters. Thus, a being who inhabits seven solar systems as well as a greater one over seven constellations are both in this category. Even a life who inhabits over 200 billion stars in the Milky Way Galaxy would be A One About Whom Naught May Be Said.

On this note DK clearly acknowledges that there is more than one Cosmic Logos and even tells us that it is not known for sure to which Logos our solar system belongs:

“…until it is known which cosmic Logos recognises our solar Logos as a centre in His body, and which six other systems are affiliated with ours, it will not be possible to touch upon the systemic stage of manasic development.” Treatise on Cosmic Fire, Page 402

So we are told here that there are a number of Cosmic Logoi to which we could belong and we do not know all the details.

He makes it clear that there is more than one Cosmic Logos:

He writes of “those stupendous Existences Who hold a position in the cosmic Hierarchy similar to that of the “ONE ABOUT WHOM NAUGHT MAY BE SAID.” Treatise on Cosmic Fire, Pages 1117-1118

The phrase, “those stupendous Existences” verifies there is more than one.

The Solar logos must “attain to the consciousness of the centre in the body of the ONE ABOUT WHOM NOUGHT MAY BE SAID. This centre is formed by the sphere of influence of a cosmic Logos. In the body of a cosmic Logos, a solar Logos is a centre.” Treatise on Cosmic Fire, Page 292

Notice he uses the article “a” rather than “the,” indicating one of many.

“Therefore, we can do no more than accept the fact of the inconceivable magnitude of that EXISTENCE which is manifesting through seven solar systems, and the extension of this concept of Being to embrace the entire vault of the Heavens.” Treatise on Cosmic Fire, Pages 412-413

Here we see the idea of lives embracing a body such as our Cosmic Logos can be extended “to embrace the entire vault of the Heavens.”

He tells us that there are Cosmic Logoi greater than the one to which we belong:

Concerning the mystery of fire he speaks of:

“The mystery of the seven constellations.
The mystery of the ONE ABOVE THE LOGOS” Treatise on Cosmic Fire, Page 269

“…beyond the above named constellations (in the body of the Cosmic Logos) is still another cosmic centre. The name of this centre is one of the secrets of the final initiation, the seventh.” Treatise on Cosmic Fire, Page 183

Here he clinches the idea of many Cosmic Beings referring to a cosmic Logos as a “cosmic wheel.”

‘A cosmic wheel, or a group of seven constellations … These cosmic wheels, according to the esoteric books, are divided into forty-nine groups, each comprising millions of septenary constellations.” Treatise on Cosmic Fire, Page 1085

Interesting to note is this is in harmony with the Bible which says:

“If thou see the oppressions of the poor, and violent judgements, and justice perverted, in the province, wonder not at this matter: for he that is high hath another higher, and there are others still higher than these.” Eccl 5:8 Douay Version

DK has to be referring to the center of the galaxy, the black hole, when he speaks of: “that central spot in the heavens around which our solar system revolves, and which is termed ‘the central spiritual sun.’” Initiation Human and Solar, Pg 130

Astronomers have concluded that the only place in the galaxy in which our solar system revolves is the center of the galaxy wherein lies a black hole. Just as the earth wobbles a bit on its axis, the solar system wobbles up and down and a little closer and then farther from the center of the galaxy as it makes an orbit that takes about 230 million years.

DK seems to indicate that there are revolutions around other centers, but this has to be in some other association or relationship other than the linear dense physical, as astronomers tell us that the Sun only revolves around the center of the galaxy.

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The Body of the Cosmic Logos, Part 1

The Body of the Cosmic Logos, Part 1
Centers and Rays in the individual

NOTE: This is the first of a ten part series concerning a subject of great interest to Bailey students. This concerns the mysteries behind a great life who DK calls “The One About Whom Naught May Be Said”. I have tried to write about the complex with as much simplicity as possible so both casual and serious students will find it interesting.


The great teacher, Djwhal Khul (or just DK), tells us that there is a great being who is higher in consciousness and evolution than either our Planetary Logos or the Solar Logos. Its life permeates through at least seven solar systems of which ours is one.

Its consciousness is so advanced that it is beyond even the masters on earth to comprehend. They have thus given this high entity the unusual name of “The One About Whom Naught May be Said.” Sometimes this is shortened to “Cosmic Logos.” We are given to understand that silence concerning this being is not because of demanded reverence, but because Its consciousness is so beyond ours that any full understanding is mere guesswork. Think of a snail trying to understand the mind of Einstein and you get the picture.

The fact that this being is of such a high consciousness is interesting to contemplate when you consider that Its body of seven solar systems is just a drop in the bucket compared to the Milky Way Galaxy, as a whole, which has over 200 billion solar systems within its life. This would indicate that there are billions of other Cosmic Logoi just in our galaxy alone and if a galactic logos exists then it would be One About Whom Naught May be Said in relation to our Cosmic Logos.

Then it further stretches our imagination to consider that our telescopes have discovered billions of galaxies, each with billions of solar systems, with no end in sight. This tells us that in this living universe there are indeed higher lives that defy the imagination.

For this treatise we will focus on our Cosmic Logos, of which each of us form a small part. This is the highest life concerning which any information from the teachings in the Ancient Wisdom is available.

Yes, I know, there are many believers who think they know all about the One Great Life we call God who created all things, but quoting a scripture or two is no indication that one even understands the Logos of our planet, let alone the universe.

So let us examine what is available and see if we can expand our consciousness to envision lives greater than ourselves.

All lives within our ring-pass-not live in bodies created by the interplay of seven rays which we see represented in the seven colors of the rainbow as well as seven notes in the musical scale. These manifest through humans in the seven major centers called the chakras. These seven divisions not only appear in humans but all life forms from the atom to a great Logos. The advanced atoms such as radium and uranium have seven electron shells corresponding to the seven chakras which are all active in the advanced human.

The first chakra is at the base of the spine. This supplies the foundation energy for the other chakras and the life of the body as a whole.

All seven rays have some interplay on each of the chakras, but there will always be one in particular which will dominate for each center. The dominate one is not always the same for everyone, for in some chakras it will shift as the seeker climbs the ladder of spiritual evolution.

The overall dominate ray for the base chakra is Ray One, that of Will, Power and Purpose. DK tells us this applies to the average person as well as initiates. (Esoteric Astrology, Page 517) Then, in between average and advanced individuals others have their base dominated by rays four and seven. He tells us that the “average aspirant” has a dominate ray four (Esoteric Psychology Vol 1, Pg 261) and still others ray seven will dominate at the base. (Esoteric Psychology, Vol 2, Page 521)

The fact that three different rays dominate at the base of the spine in various individuals tells us that we cannot specifically assign one particular ray with that center whether it be human, planetary or cosmic.

The next center up the spine is the sacral, which governs sex and physical creation. This is also influenced by more than one ray. For the undeveloped person it is governed by Ray three. (Esoteric Healing, Page 152 & 178) This seems to switch to Ray Seven as the person evolves. (Esoteric Astrology, Page 517). Then in another reference to this center DK connects it to Ray Five (Esoteric Psychology, Vol 2, Page 521) with no explanation as to where it fits with spiritual evolution.

The third center up the spine is the solar plexus, which governs the lower emotions. This is generally ruled by Ray Six (Ray of Devotion) though he does note that it “registers that of the second aspect.” (Esoteric Healing, Page 178). So, Ray Two does have a part, most likely in one who is spiritually developed.

The fourth center is the heart. Now keep in mind that these centers are not in the physical body or on the actual spine, but in the etheric body behind the spine.

The heart center is pretty much centered on Ray Two – the Ray of Love Wisdom. DK gives no other ray that ever dominates.

He does say, though, that there is a reflection of the heart center within the head center, and that is polarized in Ray One, the Ray of Power. He doesn’t tell us whether the heart center in the head remains under the domination of Ray Two or acquiesces to Ray One, though I think we may safely assume it is influenced by both rays.

He does make this interesting statement concerning: …“the Buddha and the Christ, Who are both embodiments of the heart centre of the planetary Logos, for the Buddha represents the twelve-petalled lotus in the head, of which the Christ represents the counterpart, the twelve-petalled lotus of the heart centre.” Externalization of the Hierarchy, Page 86-87

In addition, he tells us that the Buddha represents the wisdom aspect of this second ray and the Christ the Love. (Discipleship in the New Age, Vol 2, Page 516) This would tell us then that the wisdom aspect dominates in the head and love in the heart, but both centers would represent the two aspects to some degree.

In addition, he says: “the second ray deals largely with the soul’s activity through all the centres (those above and those below the diaphragm) but with the heart as the prime centre of attention.” Esoteric Healing, Page 130

So because this entire solar system is dominated by the second ray its influence is extremely pervasive and has some influence on all the centers, but “the heart as the prime centre of attention.”

The fifth center up the spine is the throat, which is a higher correspondent to the sacral. Instead of stimulating physical creation through sex, this center directs inspired creation through art, music, writing and other creative endeavors. Normally, DK references the Third Ray in relation to it but adds this: “Though the human throat centre is primarily expressing the third ray, there is an interesting situation to be noted in this connection: two ray energies control this centre at this time.” Telepathy and the Etheric Vehicle, Page 136

In that text he indicates that other ray is the seventh and then adds this:

“The throat centre of the average integrated personality is governed by the third ray and is strongly energised by third ray energies (again seven in number), whilst the throat centre of the spiritual aspirant, of disciples and initiates below the third initiation is responding primarily to seventh ray influence, and this is peculiarly the case now as the seventh ray is in incarnation.” Telepathy and the Etheric Vehicle, Page 137

His overall writings indicate that, even though the seventh ray is strong in some disciples the third ray has a strong influence in everyone. In addition, the first ray comes into play with the initial stimulation of the throat center. He says:

“people who work creatively usually have first ray personalities at the time that the throat centre becomes dynamically active for the first time.” Discipleship in the New Age, Vol 2, Page 122

As we rise above the spine we come to the two head centers, the first of which is the center between the eyebrows, often called the third eye or the ajna center. This is a center of higher spiritual vision and understanding as well as a director of energy.

The most common ray associated with this is the Fifth Ray of Concrete Knowledge. (See Esoteric Astrology, Page 517 and Esoteric Psychology, Vol 1, Page 261) Then, for advanced disciples and initiates, it changes to Ray Three. (Esoteric Healing, Page 154) Then he also gives Ray Four as dominating, (Esoteric Psychology, Vol 2, Page 521) but does not indicate what would make this change.

Finally, we come to the highest center of the major seven at the top of the head, often called the crown. Of this he says, “ There are twelve major petals of white and gold, and 960 secondary petals are arranged around the central twelve.” Letters on Occult Meditation, pages 77-78 Also Treatise on Cosmic Fire, Page 168

Even though the crown is a few short it is often called the Thousand Petalled Lotus.

Though all rays and many energies move through this center the dominate one is consistently said to be Ray One – Will-Power-Purpose.

Even though each center is influenced by all seven rays, certain ones will dominate according to the spiritual advancement and the consciousness of the person. Let us then tabulate the centers and the rays most likely to dominate.

The Crown – Ray One
The Ajna – Normally Ray Five, but sometimes Three and Four
The Throat – Normally Ray Three, but in advanced souls Ray Seven is strong.
The Heart – Ray Two
The Solar Plexus – Ray Six, but influenced by Ray Two.
The Sacral Center – Rays Three, Five and Seven.
The Base of the Spine – Rays One, Four, and Seven.

There is much more that could be written about the centers and the rays, but the main intent here is to establish the links between them as we examine the body of the great logos of which we form a small part. The centers and rays of humanity have correspondences in greater and lesser lives, so by understanding ourselves, we can gain some understanding of the greater.

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