The Law of One, Book I, Session 10
Questioner: Only one, other than what we can do to make the instrument more comfortable.
I would like to have your definition of galaxy, the word “galaxy” as you have used it.
Ra: I am Ra. We use the term known to your people by the sound vibration “galaxy.”
We accept that some galaxies contain one system of planetary and solar groups.
Others contain several.
However, the importance of the locus in infinite time/space dimensionality is so little that we accept the distortion implicit in such an ambiguous term.
Questioner: Then the nine planets and sun which we have here in our system, would you refer to that as a galaxy?
Ra: I am Ra. We would not.
Questioner: How many stars would be—approximately—in a galaxy?
Ra: I am Ra. It depends upon the galactic system.
Your own, as you know, contains many, many, millions of planetary entities and star bodies.
Questioner: I was just trying to get to the definition that you were using for galaxy.
You mentioned a couple of times the term galaxy in reference to what we call a planetary system and it was causing some confusion.
Is there any way that we can make the instrument more comfortable?