The Cosmic Bloodstream

Electricity, Plasma and the Divine Circulatory Flow


While science is steadily uncovering the electrical nature of the human being – the way in which the brain and nervous system, the heart and the blood, are all powered by electrical processes – an hiatus remains in understanding how the human being is electrically connected to his environment. If this hiatus were to be bridged, man’s potential role as a conscious, electrical intermediary between the microcosm and the macrocosm would begin to reveal itself. As yet, electricity is dismissed as a significant factor in universal processes, but it is a truth that is knocking ever louder on the door. When finally admitted entrance, the realization that a cosmic bloodstream circulates throughout all that lives and breathes will help to transfer the concept of "the brotherhood of man" from mere romanticism to hard scientific fact.

In the words of H.P. Blavatsky, the way in which the universe initiates and coordinates its building processes is:

"By the radiant light of the universal magnetic ocean, whose electric waves bind the cosmos together, and in their ceaseless motion penetrate every atom and molecule of the boundless creation…Alone," she says , "the study of this agent, which is the divine breath, can unlock the secrets of psychology and physiology, of cosmical and spiritual phenomena."1

To begin unlocking these secrets then, science will first discover the underlying electric currents that circulate throughout the whole of manifested existence. And indeed, leading plasma physicists are already revealing the lowest aspects of them through their realisation that electromagnetic currents and radiation pervade the vast, seemingly empty reaches of outer space. When this truth is acknowledged and accepted into mainstream science, the fact that the blood of all living organisms begins its cycle as a precipitation from a universal, circulating flow of electric waves, will become a more credible hypothesis. Tentative recognitions in this direction have, in fact, already been made, but their significance has yet to be fully appreciated.

Continued on Part 2


1 Isis Unveiled vol I, p. 282. H P Blavatsky