It makes sense as we are so intertwined. So great change is neither human nor cosmically driven, it is indeed both. When those who have sun gazed talk of the experience they speak of a rising consciousness. The mystics speak of the same;
A Blot on the Sun
Cayce saw sun spots, as well as earth changes as a reflection of our own state of consciousness, a result of our own actions, the boomerang of divine law. His readings offer simple metaphors to describe that eternal truth.
When asked about how sunspots affect the inhabitants of the earth, he said that the question should be reversed. Sunspots, he claimed, are reflection of the “turmoils and strifes” that we our selves have created, and our own mind is “the builder.” He asked us to think about what we have built:
As what does thy soul appear? A spot, a blot up the sun? Or as that which giveth light unto those who sit in darkness, to those who cry aloud for hope?13
Cayce said that the responsibility for earth changes lies squarely on our shoulders, and how we conduct our relationships with others has everything to do with the changing face of the earth:
Tendencies in the hearts and souls of men are such that these [earth changes] may be brought about….
As ye do it unto thy fellow man, ye do it unto thy God, to thyself.14