Robert Coon, a mystic and futurist, coined the phrase “earth chakras” in 1967.
There are no references to “earth chakras” before 1967…
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The Complete Planetary Earth Chakra Structure contains 12 Original Earth Chakras that activated by 1989. From these 12 Original Earth Chakras an additional 144 Earth Chakras activate between 1990 and 2065 AD: a total of 156 Earth Chakras.
Over the course of the 21st century these Earth Chakras expand, evolve and propagate, through 72 inter-cultural bonded-pairings, to eventually form a sacred structure of 156 overlapping connected Earth Chakra circles that embrace the whole world.
The purpose of Earth Chakra work is to unveil the Glory and Sacredness inherent within all things upon this Living Earth and throughout All Time and Space.
Robert Coon has communicated this Earth Chakra information for over 50 years now. 2027 will be the 60th anniversary since the dynamic Planetary Earth Chakra Structure was first communicated on 1 July 1967.
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The entirety of the Planetary Structure, as described on this website and in Robert Coon’s book Earth Chakras, is unique intellectual property, and is copyrighted. Due to its Architectural complexity, it has never been imitated since its release more than 50 years ago. What is not copyright is how individuals apply the World Earth Chakra Structure to improve the quality of life for this Living Earth, all species and all individuals.
The Planetary Earth Chakra Structure – including the Seven Earth Chakras, the Rainbow and Plumed Serpent World Ley Arteries, the 156 World Circles, the 72 Bonded-Pairings, the Four Great Wesak Construction Cycles, Lunar attributions and other related structural information - was first released 1 July 1967.
All of the above structural elements are Copyright 1967. Prior to that date there was no unified interconnected global system whatsoever. All structural information on this subject originates from July 1967, and has been transmitted throughout the world solely via the writings and lectures of Robert Coon since then. The World Structure, with its 156 expanding, contracting and interlinking circles, is unique in its design. No one has ever tried to imitate it in its entirety, but several have ‘borrowed’ from it.
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