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• 47 Prophet, Elizabeth. The Great White Brotherhood. p. 39. From the same source a few pages earlier we read: "It's an amazing realization to think that a consciousness ninety-
three million miles away in time and space can receive the pulsation of your heart chakra and respond with the speed of light. Won't you make your attunement with your heart and send your love to the sun. The worship of the sun, of course, is an ancient custom on the planet--the contacting of Aton, being at one with Aton."
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