Music of the Spheres
on the Cosmic Clock

"Harmony comes with the determination to fulfill the qualities of God
on the twelve lines of the Clock."—God Harmony, October 7,1989

"The year you are born is always your Capricorn year. From there you take one year to go through each sign of the zodiac. So from age 0 through the first 12 months of your life, you take your initiations under the hierarchy of Capricorn on the 12 o’clock line. You celebrate your first birthday on the 1 o’clock line and take your initiations for the next 12 months under the hierarchy of Aquarius. At age 2 you move on to the testings of the Piscean Masters, and so on until you return to the 12 o’clock line at age 12 for your second round under the Capricorn hierarchy. At age 13 you are back to the 1 o’clock line with the Aquarian adepts, and so it goes, round and round the Cosmic Clock for a lifetime. Within each year you also receive the initiations of the 12 hierarchies month by month around the clock.

"With each succeeding 12-year cycle you are intended to reach new levels of God-Self mastery. You are either building on the foundations of past victories or having to go over and over failed tests until the soul is strengthened through the God-flames that embody the God-quality on each line. (This method of charting cycles is separate and apart from the method used in astrology to chart your Sun, Moon, rising sign and planets.)

"The Cosmic Clock predicts the soul’s outpicturing of her psychology through the cycles of returning positive and negative karma. Astrology is also an indicator of returning karma and of the unfinished business and carryovers from past lives. You can use the science of the Cosmic Clock concurrently with personal and planetary astrology charts to discover the nature of your present and ongoing karmic testings and your Christic initiations as well.

"Using these tools of self-knowledge together with dynamic decrees to invoke the Light to displace the Darkness, the soul who is determined to be a conqueror of self and circumstance can indeed succeed. And the great multitude, which no man could number, of saints who stand before the throne of God and before the Lamb clothed with white robes, is proof that this path is not for the few, but the many. This path is winnable. It says that we can be winners!"

Elizabeth C. Prophet
May 21, 1989

"Therefore, I say hasten! Hasten to present this body, brain, mind and heart, this substance of the chalice that you own in this octave. Hasten to present it, then, the living sacrifice in order that you might never again, never again, never again by the grace of God be found wanting in the hour when the enemy does knock at thy door, coming as friend but in reality bearing the witness of Death and Hell.

"Remember the archdeceivers. Remember the archdeceivers, beloved ones. Remember those who have come as friend only to destroy the Lightbearers, the creative servants and those who are in the very midst of bringing forth the divine music of God. See this portrayal in the life of Mozart. See it again in the lives of many others, how those who have presented themselves as friend of the sons of God have been their ultimate betrayers."

Sanat Kumara
January 2, 1988

12 o'clock line—Capricorn

Giacomo Puccini
"O Mio Babbino Caro" ("O My Beloved Daddy")
from Gianni Schicchi
"Un Bel Di" ("One Fine Day")
from Madama Butterfly
"Humming Chorus" from Madama Butterfly

1 o'clock line—Aquarius

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Symphony no. 41 ("Jupiter") in C Major

Franz Peter Schubert
"Ave Maria"

Felix Mendelssohn
"Wedding March" from
A Midsummer Night's Dream
"War March of the Priests"

2 o'clock line—Pisces

Frédéric Chopin
"Polonaise," op. 53 in A-flat Major

George Frideric Handel
"Hallelujah Chorus" from Messiah
"Lo, the Conquering Hero Comes"
from Judas Maccabaeus

3 o'clock line—Aries

Sergei Rachmaninoff
Concerto no. 2 in C Minor

Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini
18th variation
Johann Sebastian Bach
Passacaglia in C Minor

"Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring"
"Sleepers Awake"
Magnificat in D Major
Toccata and Fugue in D Minor

Joseph Haydn
"Hymn to the Sun" from The Seasons
"Ave Maria"

Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov
"Song of India"

4 o'clock line—Taurus

Johannes Brahms
Brahm's Lullaby Wiegenlied ("Cradle Song")
op. 49 no. 4 (Uriel's keynote)

Franz Lehár
"Thine Is My Heart Alone"
from Das Land des Lachelns
Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky
Piano Concerto no. 1 in B-flat Minor

5 o'clock line—Gemini

Robert Schumann "Traumerei"

Charles-François Gounod
"Soldiers' Chorus" from Faust
"Sanctus" from Saint Cecilia Mass
"Benedictus" from Saint Cecilia Mass

Edvard Grieg
"Ich Liebe Dich" (I Love Thee)
Concerto no. 1 in A Minor
(meditation on circle and sword of Astrea)
"In the Hall of the Mountain King"
from Peer Gynt Suite
"Morning" from Peer Gynt Suite

Richard Wagner
"The Evening Star" from Tannhauser
(keynote of Royal Teton Retreat)
"Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin
Prelude from Tristan and Isolde
"Love and Death" from Tristan and Isolde
Preludes to Act I and III from Lohengrin
"Good Friday Spell" from Parsifal
"Entrance of the Gods into Valhalla"
from Das Rheingold
"Magic Fire Music" from Die Walküre

Sir Edward Elgar
"Pomp and Circumstance," Military March
op. 39 no. 1 in D (El Morya's keynote)

Ernst Eichner
"Andante" from Concerto
for Harp and Orchestra no. 1 in C Major

6 o'clock line—Cancer

Christoph Willibald Gluck
Overture from Orfeo ed Euridice
"So I Mourn Her Death"
from Orfeo and Euridice

Gustav Mahler
Resurrection, Symphony no. 2

Stephen Collins Foster
"Beautiful Dreamer"
(Mother's keynote)

7 o'clock line—Leo

Sigmund Romberg
"Golden Days"
"One Alone" from The Desert Song
"Deep in My Heart"

Carrie Jacobs Bond
"I Love You Truly"

Adolphe Adam
"O Holy Night"
(meditation on the immaculate conception)

8 o'clock line—Virgo

Antonin Dvozák
"Going Home" from Symphony no. 5, op. 95
From the New World

Johann Pachelbel
Canon in D Major

Giovanni Palestrina
Pope Marcellus Mass
Missa Brevis

Amilcare Ponchielli
"Dance of the Hours" from La Gioconda

Estelle Lenci
"Crowning Rose"

9 o'clock line—Libra

Ralph Vaughan Williams
"Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis"
"The Lark Ascending"
"Fantasia on Greensleeves"
(Lanello's keynote)
Mass in G Minor

Camille Saint-Saens
"The Swan" from Carneval des Animaux

Giuseppe Verdi
"Celeste Aida" from Aida
(Serapis Bey's keynote)
"Triumphal March" from Aida
(ascension flame keynote)

Antonio Vivaldi
The Four Seasons

10 o'clock line—Scorpio

Johann Strauss, Jr.
"Emperor Waltz"
"The Beautiful Blue Danube" waltz, op. 314
"Vienna Blood"
"Tales from Vienna Woods"

Alessandro D. Scarlatti
Sonata no. 345 in A Major

Franz Liszt
"Rakoczy March"
from Hungarian Rhapsody no. 15
"Liebestraum" (The Dream of Love)
Hungarian Rhapsody no. 2
"Resurrected" from Christus
"Easter Hymn" from Christus
"March of the Three Kings" from Christus
"Benediction of God in Solitude"

Pietro Mascagni
"Intermezzo" from Cavalleria Rusticana
(Gabriel's keynote)
Jules Massenet
"Meditation" from Thaïs

11 o'clock line—Sagittarius

Jean Sibelius

Ludwig van Beethoven
Ninth Symphony
Emperor Piano Concerto

César Franck
Symphony in D Minor
"Panis Angelicus"

Bedrich Smetana
"Die Moldau" from Ma Vlast ("My Country")
"Vysehrad" from Ma Vlast


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on the Temple of the Heart

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