What do these sentences mean; what did I mean by them?
They mean, first of all, that appearances can be deceiving! And the human being on Earth is moved and motivated by appearances; that is, the one who is in the best financial situation, the rich, disdains the poor and humble, for him rich, to think that he is “up, on top” and the “poor down there below,” and that’s where he is wrong, because before the Cosmic-Central-Nucleus, what will be worth more is humbleness, be it of the rich or the poor.
Wealth almost always brings with it poverty of spirit, pedantry, presumption, pride, selfishness, usury, vicious protectionism, crime and thousands of other defects that hinder the spiritual ascent of a rich man, not to mention the injustices and the hatred he engenders from fierce enemies and gratuitous envious enemies; while the poor, if only poor, but simple and humble, thinks that he is “below” and that God will never remember him, on the contrary, he, poor, has more consistency at the time of disincarnation than that rich man, he is the one who is already on top and the rich man below!
Everything that is “heavy and intoxicating” for the spirit will put it down because it de-characterizes its spiritualization; therefore, in this example, common to “whoever thinks he is above is [actually] below and whoever thinks he is below is [actually] above”.
The Cosmic-Sideral Nature gives us clear and evident examples of “being below or above” and the human being does not realize this; wherefore, let’s see: Let’s look at humanity and the terrestrial globe, a man who is on the dark side of Earth, I mean, where it is night, for example, a Brazilian. He walks on the Earth and thinks he is standing, looks up and sees a star. For him that star is at the top, but if he goes outside the terrestrial globe, he will see that that star may be at a lower level than the Earth if we look at it in comparison with its position in the Galaxy and he will also realize that he had the impression of standing, but it was really upside down as if hanging by the feet to the planet, were it not for the gravitational force and the atmospheric mass. So also, the Japanese who in his homeland at that moment has the sun high above his head; he believes that he is the one who is standing and not the Brazilian, but both are upside down as if they were hanging by their own feet. And so, all human beings on Earth and on any other planet, for, their orbs being round and revolving in empty Space, they all have the same impression; however, the truth is “that what is below is above and what is above is below”.
For someone who is inside a planet, everything for him represents being on top, but when he leaves outside at a distance from which he can see his planet and the others, as I had the privilege in my astral travels inside extraterrestrial ships, you will see that the heights between one and the other are quite different from what they appear to be.
In this way, this saying entered my genesis poem precisely to imply that for the Cosmic Central Nucleus—God, appearances do not matter, but the vibratory content of each one, and each being should not and cannot find himself superior to others, because, only the Cosmic Sidereal Laws will measure him and indicate if he is a superior being or an inferior being, that is, if he “is below or he is above”!
“What falls to our eyes~ Domingos Yezzi, 02-Dec-95 [Translated by Christina Chalréo Breault]
It rises to the cosmic gaze, and what
It rises to our eyes, falls to the cosmic gaze.”