The Earth/Planet Gaia manifests as a womb which holds and bears many levels and layers of being and interaction.
She designed herself expressly to host the tremendous enactment of the play (and drama) that was requested to unfold.
Countless beings wished to arise from the exalted wisdom of Bliss and Emptiness, and manifest bodies and minds as an exercise in self-awareness.
At this point in time, in this sphere of experience, you would like to know about the physical structure of Gaia.
This knowledge will help you to take your next steps and forge connections, building bridges between physical worlds and extra-physical dimensions.
The diagram above is a perfect illustration of the features which are essential to your understanding now.
The “outermost” layers of the “globe” contain the atmosphere of Gaia. Several types of being inhabit this environment. Humans can sense most of these beings, but ignore most of them.
By having chosen to focus on 3rd-dimensional perceptions in this act of the Play, humans have attuned themselves to reflect mostly the dense, heavy and light-barren physical manifestations. The perception of dense matter dulls the awareness of more subtle phenomena, and induces the illusion of separation. This results in an artificial appearance of “duality”.
The final scenes of the Act unfold now, and as the “forelightening” of the next Act progresses, humans begin to perceive oscillations in the interlaced “layers” of existence in the atmosphere on Gaia’s “surface”.
The surface itself, or Crust, includes ice, water, and landforms.
The oceans plunge into chasms and yield to mountains and volcanoes. The ice floes and glaciers coat the mineral-clad soul of Gaia’s body, the soil and rocks.
Gaia’s body transforms constantly, while projecting the illusion of solidity and stability.
Not only does she undergo sudden transformations through displays of meteorological and geological phenomena, She also transmutes subtle matter and energy. These change into various forms in various ways, many of which cannot be perceived by the sense organs of the human body.
The crust which is more dense, and shown with darker markings in the diagram above, is the world most familiar to the general human population.
If you look closely, you may notice that the crust has a small opening at the “North Pole”, which is encased by a hollow volcano-like formation of ice, with an even smaller opening to the atmosphere.
At the “South Pole”, the crust appears and acts completely solid (to human perception), and wears a cap of ice. Although “solid”, the crust in this region is less dense, with an abundance of caverns and hollows, in several layers.
Between the two poles, on the surface, one finds a range of dense and less-dense matter and cavities.