Story: Falling stars
The human heart is believed to fall down at death. A star likewise falls. (L V.-22. 5731 rev.-5733 rev., note). When people are about to die, their heart does not 'stand' as it did but falls like the star.
1) See also Stars and death, 2) This story is found in Book V-22
1 January 1876
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