The Gravity Code

The Gravity Code

This is a reduced preview of one chapter on my book about how Astrology ties to the core mechanism of life.


Cell communication and gravity

Gravity is one force whose effects is so deeply entrenched in our everyday lives that we probably don't think much about it at all. Gravity is the force that causes attraction between masses. It's why when you drop an apple, it falls to the ground. But because gravitational force is proportional to the mass of the object, only large objects like planets create tangible attractions. This is why the study of gravity traditionally focused on massive objects like planets.

The gravitational force of earth we experience every day keeps us on the ground while gravitational forces from other objects (Planets, Suns, Moon’s) create an up drift in constant changing patterns.

This mix of forces shows at peak through tides caused mainly by Moon and Sun showing the strong effect gravity has on our daily life’s.

Other objects with significant smaller gravitational effects have been ignored lacking of visible effects but show significance on microbiological level.

Our first manned space missions, however, completely changed how we thought about gravity's effects on biological systems. The force of gravity doesn't just keep us anchored to the ground; it influences how our bodies work on the smallest of scales. With the prospect of longer space missions, researchers working to figure out what a lack of gravity means for our physiology.

Astronauts' bodies have to deal with a gravity-free environment in space, very different to what they're used to on Earth.


Neutral moment of Micro Gravity

It wasn't until explorers traveled to space that any earthly creature had spent time in a microgravity environment.

Scientists observed that returning astronauts had grown taller and had substantially reduced bone and muscle mass. Intrigued, researchers started comparing blood and tissue samples from animals and astronauts before and after space travel to assess the impact of gravity on physiology. Astronaut-scientists in the largely gravity-free environment of the International Space Station began to investigate how cells grow while in space.

Experiments conducted on Earth, using simulated microgravity by spinning objects – such as cells – in a centrifuge at fast speeds, create the same reduced gravity conditions you would experience in space.

All tests found that our cells have evolved to deal with forces in a world characterized by gravity; if they're suddenly liberated from gravity's effects, cell communication undergoes extreme changes.


Detecting forces at a cellular level

Along with the force of gravity, our cells are also subjected to additional forces, including tension and shear stresses, as conditions change within our bodies.

Our cells need ways to sense these forces. One of the widely accepted mechanisms is through what are called mechanism-sensitive ion channels. These channels are pores on the cell membrane that let particular charged molecules pass in or out of the cell depending on the forces they detect (see Tides of the cell).

Channels in a cell's membrane act as gatekeepers, opening or closing to let molecules in or out in response to a particular stimulus.

An example of this kind of mechanism-receptor is the PIEZO ion channel, found in almost all cells. They coordinate touch and pain sensation, depending on their locations in the body. For instance, a pinch on the arm would activate a PIEZO ion channel in a sensory neuron, telling it to open the gates. In microseconds, ions such as calcium would enter the cell, passing on the information that the arm got pinched. The series of events culminates in withdrawal of the arm. This kind of force-sensing can be crucial, so cells can quickly react to environmental conditions.

Without gravity, the forces acting on mechanism-sensitive ion channels are imbalanced, causing abnormal movements of ions. Ions regulate many cellular activities; if they're not going where they should when they should, the work of the cells goes haywire. Protein synthesis and cellular metabolism are disrupted.


Physiology without gravity

Over the past three decades, researchers have carefully teased out how particular kinds of cells and body systems are affected by microgravity.

Since the 1980s, scientists have observed that the absence of gravity leads to enhanced blood retention in the upper body, and so increased pressure in the brain. Recent research suggests this heightened pressure reduces the release of neurotransmitters, key molecules that brain cells use to communicate. This finding has motivated studies into common cognitive problems, such as learning difficulties, in returning astronauts.


Cell communication and Gravity

There is a clear connection between balance of Gravity and neurotransmitters creating a focal balance on which imbalance is detected within the chemical structure of each cell.

This focal balance (established at birth of the life form) is determining imbalance creating the flow of information between cells. With changing constellation of the basic gravity condition a reaction occurs in order to regain the focal balance within the whole concept.

The all over concept of gravitational balance not only determines the condition of cell communication it also determines its condition and growth, shape and vitality. As a result of the collective an individual life form is established based on these conditions.

As soon we neutralize the gravitational condition the life form adapts to the new environment and changes its conditions creating a strong imbalance which can lead to complete decline of this life form pending on its vital stage.

A good example is the difference between Sea- and Land mammals. Gravity effects are the same in any place on earth within the flow of time. In the mountains just as in the seas the gravitational forces based on local condition are the same but in the ocean; up drift creates the need for streamline and float oriented life form and on land a sturdy concept that is oriented against earth’s gravitational pull. The design of the body in these two environments is a match to the environmental conditions but the gravitational force within the cell of both life forms are the same no matter where the life form develops. It usually takes a few million years until the transformation develops and is never certain to be abolished or interrupted. The gravitational effects however remain at all times creating a balance of cell development and cell communication based on a focal balance at birth time allowing to develop different designs of life forms according to the conditions of the environment.

The conditions in space would produce the same evolutional effect as if a land mammal adapts to sea life. But here the process will not work since the gravitational condition interrupts the communication between the cells of the individual. So the effect of gravitational condition on earth rules any form of life and development within in its core on a very basic level.


So what is Cell communication actually doing?

The study of cell communication focuses on how a cell gives and receives messages with its environment and with itself. Indeed, cells do not live in isolation. Their survival depends on receiving and processing information from the outside environment, whether that information pertains to the availability of nutrients, changes in temperature, or variations in light levels. Cells can also communicate directly with one another — and change their own internal workings in response — by way of a variety of chemical and mechanical signals. In multi-cellular organisms, cell signaling allows for specialization of groups of cells. Multiple cell types can then join together to form tissues such as muscle, blood, and brain tissue. In single-celled organisms, signaling allows populations of cells to coordinate with one another and work like a team to accomplish tasks no single cell could carry out on its own.

The study of cell signaling touches multiple biological disciplines, such as developmental biology, neurobiology, and endocrinology. Consequently, the relevance of cell communication is quite vast, but major areas of fundamental research are often divided between the study of signals at the cell membrane and the study of signals within and between intracellular compartments. Membrane signaling involves proteins shaped into receptors embedded in the cell's membrane that biophysically connect the triggers in the external environment to the ongoing dynamic chemistry inside a cell. Signaling at the membrane also involves ion channels, which allow the direct passage of molecules between external and internal compartments of the cell. Scientists ask: What is the receptor structure that enables it to react to an external signal (such as a legend or even a mechanical force)? Others ask: Once triggered, how is the signal processed inside the cell?

Cells have evolved a variety of signaling mechanisms to accomplish the transmission of important biological information. Some examples of this variety are receptors that allow ion currents to flow in response to photons, which effectively translates light into chemical messengers inside the cone and rod cells of the retina; growth factors that interact with the cell membrane and can trigger receptors that powerfully affect chromatin structure and the modulation of gene expression; metabolites in the blood that can trigger a cell's receptors to cause the release of a hormone needed for glucose regulation; adhesion receptors that can convey tension-generated forces that direct a cell to stay put or change direction of movement; and developmentally regulated receptors that can strictly guide the path of a migrating cell, ultimately controlling how an entire organism is wired together.


How Astrology connects to all of this

Astrology based on the constellation of Planets Sun and Moon in correspondence to our daily life’s and life itself as well as periods of natural occurrence among. It’s the idea of universal clockwork ruling the go of time for anything within eternity, creating basic patterns of encouraging or compromising nature based on the gravitational effects of objects within our solar system.

The concept of balance is given at the time of birth. After that moment the shift of gravitational constellation creates adaption and growth as well as imbalance in context to the focal balance at birth time.

The effects are based on mass, distance and angle these objects have to the location setting a distinctive level of gravity pattern ruling the scenery of gravitational condition and therefore the condition of cell communication. This assumes the entire spectrum of respond to environmental conditions and growth within. 


 ~Christian Hoffmann 3/2019 

@C.T.Definitions 2019