Announcements about our sun and its natural conditions

- Chapter 9 -
The solar, human races and their habitations. The solar equatorial belts

t was said last time that we shall follow through an eruption from its inception to its conclusion in the company of the sun-dwellers. Now we shall do so.
But before doing so we must necessarily become acquainted with the inhabitants of the outer sun.
What do these inhabitants look like and how do they co-habit? Are they mainly spiritual or physical humans? And is there only one class of humans upon this huge planet?
At the start it was mentioned that whatever occurs upon the sun in the truest sense and meaning of the word, occurs also upon the planets only in an embryonic and imperfect and more stunted and harder state.
Such is also the case with humans. Wherefore upon the solar planet, you can meet not only all human types of this Earth but also of all the other planets and their moons, especially concerning form, except that in form man is developed to the highest perfection and to the extent that nowhere upon the terrestrial surface will you encounter such beautiful and perfect human form. You can indeed take it from Me that physically man and woman upon the solar planet, are of such rare beauty that you could not behold it for three seconds without losing your life. Because apart from the exceeding fullness of magnificence in form, the physical shine of solar man is so powerful that if a solar man stood upon a mountain some fifty miles distance you would not be able to look at him for his blinding lustre. At close range he would bum you to ashes almost instantly. In the sun, woman is also much more curvaceous and gentle than man, but her shine is less intense.
You will ask: well, if that is so how can these people actually live without being melted by their own light, being more or less physical in body? Leave that to Me; on Earth there is of course no material that could withstand the intense sunlight; but solar matter is grounded upon different laws to those of an imperfect planet and so the material of a sun dweller's body consists of an entirely different material to that of your bodies and hence remains constant under the most supremely intense rays, since it is, as it were, more spiritual and hence incomparably simpler than your. Under such conditions solar men can indeed exist and enjoy their life and employ themselves for most useful purposes.
The most beautiful of the sun people nevertheless are white in colour, although there are no ugly people of any colour.
Regarding solar man's size, this too varies greatly. The smallest solar men live upon the equatorial regions and are no bigger than a very big man upon Earth. These people are nearly one and all white in colour and hence the most beautiful upon the solar planet. The biggest people however reside upon the sun's poles, and are of a nearly dark-red colour but shining with light too. If such people stood upon Earth at sea level, it would not be hard for them, without stretching their arm too high to grasp the summit of Mt Everest between thumb and forefinger and fling it to the South Pole. From this largest type of human, the sizes drift downwards to the equatorial inhabitants.
Here you will ask: "How do these immense giants behave when encountering smaller humans in their travels?" This question is groundless because upon the solar planet every race is confined to their habitat through natural conditions and can abandon such region no more than you can the Earth, were you to pine ever so much to travel to the moon.
But you will certainly put another question: how is this to be understood? This journey to the moon is indeed not possible, as it is too distant from the Earth. But the sun is one cohesive whole body, sharing just one surface; why should a long journey not be possible to one of the other races?
Just a little patience and we shall scrutinize the impossibilities. Firstly, the solar body's ground from pole to equator is of inconsistent density to the extent that the polar ground is almost as hard as that of your Earth, although far less brittle and fragile. This ground is up to its task with these giants. Where this ground begins to soften, it no longer carries such giants. Were he to continue he would soon start to sway and if continuing would with every step sink roughly to over half his height, as you would into a six metre high pillow on Earth. How would you walk over this pillow filled with feathers? Would you not sink into it with the first step after which all further effort to walk would be futile, even if the distance were only two hundred metres? But a mouse would easily run over it and a fly much more easily. Behold here we have one obstacle on account of which each human race is permanently confined to its quarters.
A second obstacle is the races' differing food requirements. For the products vary with the soil, notwithstanding they're being brought forth by the will of man. How is this to be understood? Quite the same as on Earth, but in a more perfect sense; for the solar soil does not obey men's will equally everywhere either, just as it does not equally obey men's activity on Earth. For even if someone stands on his head, it will not drive pineapples out of the ground in the North Sea Islands whilst the most clever gardener shall not raise Reindeer Moss at the equator.
The response of the soil on Earth depends on climatic heat. This is of course not the case on the sun, although it is somewhat cooler at the poles than the equator. There the response of the soil relates solely to soil softness or otherwise. A man from the harder soil region can or could indeed call forth something from softer soil, but the latter's shape shall vary with the form of the will of him who called it forth; but it shall be much smaller, weaker and softer, whereafter it shall correspond to the stomach-needs of him who called it forth as little as having to fill your stomach upon an Alps with the sparse rock-moss which will make no one fat. Were someone therefore to succeed in getting through to the solar equator from its polar regions by artificial means, he would mercilessly have to starve to death there.
A third obstacle is the various miscellaneous and large circular waters which, as it were divide the most solid grounds sevenfold from pole to equator. These circular waters always have a width of several thousand (G) miles and near the middle, a depth of often ten to twenty (G) miles.
The solar water is much thinner than that of the planets, whence it is unfit for navigation and therefore entirely unsuitable for swimming. This is therefore an insurmountable obstacle second to none, which the sun dwellers cannot overcome. Wherefore they stay where they have been placed and don't know whether further land would tum up beyond such waters. They actually believe that with the inception of these circular waters, their world ends and the water continues to infinity.
The fourth obstacle which hardly needs mentioning is the many volcanoes and other lofty mountains along the coast of such circular waters. These volcanoes normally rage unceasingly and in such stupendous manner as to leave you without conceivable notion on Earth. Because some of these craters are larger than your Europe, from which trillions of the most violent lightning strikes crash forth with the great intensity, becoming a roar. The sun people are no friends of such natural spectacles staying well clear of the same. These volcanoes too prevent people from the inland from undertaking potential global sailing and they stay put, as you would say.
There would be other obstacles indeed, but this will suffice to demonstrate how the diversely sized peoples upon the solar planet can co-exist upon the same cosmic body untroubled. Therewith we have outlined in advance the local conditions of the people as well as the people and witness the above mentioned natural phenomena in their company.