Biorhythms - Featuring the Adept Cycle

In Session 64 (Question 10) of the Ra Material, Don queries Ra about auspicious time cycles relating to the Adept. Ra stated the following:

Questioner: In a previous session you mentioned the gateway of magic for the adept occurring in eighteen-day cycles. Could you expand on that information please?

Ra: I am Ra. The mind/body/spirit complex is born under a series of influences, both lunar, planetary, cosmic, and in some cases, karmic. The moment of the birthing into this illusion begins the cycles we have mentioned.

The spiritual or adept's cycle is an eighteen-day cycle and operates with the qualities of the sine wave. Thus there are a few excellent days on the positive side of the curve, that being the first nine days of the cycle—precisely the fourth, the fifth, and the sixth—when workings are most appropriately undertaken, given that the entity is still without total conscious control of its mind/body/spirit distortion/reality.

The most interesting portion of this information, like that of each cycle, is the noting of the critical point wherein passing from the ninth to the tenth and from the eighteenth to the first days the adept will experience some difficulty especially when there is a transition occurring in another cycle at the same time. At the nadir of each cycle the adept will be at its least powerful but will not be open to difficulties in nearly the degree that it experiences at critical times.

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An opportunity presented itself to overlay the Adept cycle onto the biorhythm cycles* that affect our lives. When we are born, four cycles begin from a zero point and continue to oscillate in a range between -100% and 100% until the end of the incarnation. The physical cycle is a period spanning 23 days; the emotional cycle spans 28 days; the intellectual cycle spans 33 days, and the Adept cycle spans 18 days. Be aware of days where any part of a cycle intersects the zero point (0%), and especially if two or more cycles do this simultaneously.

To use this charting system, simply enter a birth date and a date in which you would like to see how the day is being influenced. Click the Calculate button to begin rendering the data. If you have any questions, comments, feature requests, or bug reports about this app, please send a private message to Bring4th_Steve.

Birth Date  (e.g., mm/dd/yyyy)
Month:     Day:     Year:

Target Date  (Generate a graph for which date? e.g., mm/dd/yyyy)
Month:     Day:     Year:

Date Range  (Show how many days at once? Maximum is 365)
Total number of days to display:    


* Thank you to Iztok Strzinar, who graciously open-sourced his original BioR class to the public in 2005.

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