posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 03:38 PM
Frankly, noone knows what the Eighth Sphere is. It is a certain concept, a construct created to facilitate some agenda.
In the heliocentric model, it seems to be related to the planet Uranus, since it is the eighth "sphere" counting from the Sun (which in this model
is the center of gravity, i.e. the "first sphere"). Uranus is a peculiar planet.
"Uranus has an axial tilt of 97.77°, so its axis of rotation is approximately parallel with the plane of the Solar System. This gives it seasonal
changes completely unlike those of the other major planets. Other planets can be visualized to rotate like tilted spinning tops on the plane of the
Solar System, whereas Uranus rotates more like a tilted rolling ball. Near the time of Uranian solstices, one pole faces the Sun continuously whereas
the other one faces away. Only a narrow strip around the equator experiences a rapid day–night cycle, but with the Sun very low over the horizon as
in the Earth's polar regions. At the other side of Uranus's orbit the orientation of the poles towards the Sun is reversed. Each pole gets around 42
years of continuous sunlight, followed by 42 years of darkness."
In other words, it is very much "polarised", like a bipolar disorder. Shifting from one polarity to another in an equal amount of time. In this
aspect, it resembles the shape of the number "8".
Infinity. Duality. Cycles of nature. Tides of the sea. A spinning light of a lighthouse. Death and rebirth.
It seems to be very much similar to the number "0", which is the number right at the end of OP's nickname (I wonder why?).