We know that black holes are born from large collapsed stars and take different forms and sizes. This can be seen in the beautiful images from our advanced telescopes that manoeuver around the Earth’s orbit. The great Steven Hawking goes into so much detail explaining the mathematics, the event horizon and how different energy particles work. With all this in mind, I want to explore a galaxy through observation and combine other subject matters into the mix.

All Galaxies Resonate A Frequency

A galaxy must resonate a frequency which coordinates the final shape of the matter spinning around it. This frequency can change notes (like a piano key) with age and change the pattern of its contents throughout its life cycle. This vibration is responsible for letting radiation (Hawkings radiation) escape the strong pull from the centre of a black hole. This process also stabilises the matter within the gravitational pull of a galaxy. It’s like a push-and-pull effect that creates the final shape and structure of a galaxy.

A simple experiment can be replicated to show this effect. Place a speaker under a plate of thin plastic or metal, and sprinkle salt or sand over the surface area. Now turn the speaker on and play around with the frequency. You will notice how the shape of the sand or salt changes to create different patterns. The ‘resonance experiment’ is important for understanding that pulses, frequency and vibration can shape matter, including cells, liquid and celestial objects such as our galaxy. A galaxy must have a pulse, like a heartbeat that explodes from the centre – over a significant time frame that gives energy and matter the ability to move away over the ripples of gravity.

Observing these factors would give up another question about the frequency a galaxy sings. If two galaxies sang the same song (resonated the same frequency), in a symphony, would they look like each other? The answer is yes! However, if two neighbouring galaxies sang the same song – what would be the outcome?

Dr. James Bare of Albuquerque New Mexico invented a device called the resonant frequency device whose purpose is to induce resonant vibration in living organisms or cells.

This device will turn 100Hz into 100 pulses per second or 200Hz into 200 pulses per second and so on. If you input two frequencies – one low – one high and the higher frequency must be 11 times the lower. The higher frequency is known as the 11th harmonic and can shatter microorganisms like crystal glass.

Explode this up to the size of two neighbouring galaxies, and one could merge, destroy or push another galaxy further away from it.

Could this explain why galaxies have different shapes when looking out into the universe? However, what I’m interested in, as a human being with growing consciousness, looking up with wonder and excitement – is just one question; What is the purpose of galaxies in the universe?

What Is A Galaxies Purpose?

While observing galaxies through photographs and videos; I see this massive structure as the reverse of a solar system. The black hole becomes the Sun, and the material around the Sun becomes the planets.

Scale this down again, and you get the reverse of a galaxy which becomes our solar system.

Scale it down again, and you get single planets with moons.

Scale it down again, and you start seeing these shapes in many living organic structures.

These repeat patterns (imploded or exploded) share a unifying patterned symmetry. A subject that has been discussed by many great physicists in the past. You can see these wonderful geometric shapes in our DNA, isotopes of hydrogen, helium and lithium, plant cells, snails and seashells, the formation of the inner ear (Cochlea), eyes, weather patterns, music and mathematical equations.

What we have is a copying mechanism that works with an inward and outward perspective. This observation builds everything we are: to the planet system we live on – to a galaxy sitting in this universe.

So, let us break this down based on observation and what we know from our current understanding:

  1. A galaxy creates new Suns
  2. Suns create new planets which creates a solar system
  3. Some Suns have the ability to create black holes
  4. Some black holes have the ability to create new galaxies.
New Galaxy Theories
  1. Some galaxies have the ability to create new universes
  2. Some black holes through perspective (We see the exploded version of a galaxy) and observation are the imploded view of a galaxy. Could this suggest we may be seeing the bottom of a galaxy structure in reverse?
  3. All black holes that seem to be singular, lost entities from our universe, are the tail of a galaxy which leads into a new universe bubble
  4. When we see two galaxies colliding from our telescopes – this would suggest that two black holes colliding are actually two galaxies coming together – but we only see the reverse.

With the birth (Not death) of an imploding giant Sun, a new structure (galaxy) sucking in the fabrication of the black canvas that is the universe – begins a new journey. The energy and mass reforms – recreating itself to live as an entity that likes to copy itself.

A galaxies job is to make new solar systems that will one day give birth to a new galaxy. It’s learned to replicate itself and live out its life as a complex energy system that creates new Suns and planetary systems.

A galaxies purpose is to harness and live in harmony with the fabrication of this universal playground. Life is a copy of what makes a galaxy (an ancient spark that evolved over an infinite timeline to create what we see today) exist and has unified itself as both matter and antimatter for organic entities.

Life uses the seeds of a galaxy like a secondary playground: to bread, enjoy, wonder and to question the very nature of these words; that paint a picture inside your mind.

A galaxy wants to reproduce and sow its seeds throughout the outer reaches of the universe. This process can be seen in everything: from a tree dancing in the wind; to a seed of grass with its bladed green sword standing proud or complex living organisms that can think and create. We as human beings who have developed a consciousness have a galaxy living inside our minds. We can connect to it, develop new thoughts and build anything we can imagine.

A galaxy, therefore, must be a higher state of energy that stores, shares, collects and produces information that can entwine with organic entities. Imagine standing inside your brain as a cell, looking up at the electrical neuro paths, firing every time it thinks or produces a connection to move. The brain is packed with information moving at the speed of light; while creating a galactical presence that defines existence.

When thinking about the centre of a galaxy and what powers it, in this vast space, we call the universe; the answers can be found in the process of energy-sharing systems. Look at how protons, electrons, quarks and nucleons work, and think about the energy systems found in the human body and animals: ATP, Air, food and so on. Now look at the planetary systems and then onto solar systems. Everything is sharing, helping, in order, and working with each other. Apply this to a galaxy, and you start simplifying what looks like a complicated monstrosity of a thing.

Black Holes At The Centre Of Galaxies

If we assume all black holes create galaxies (imploded and exploded), we can look at multi-universe systems differently.

I propose that the inner centre of a black hole in a galaxy is powered by a singular dense antimatter particle and its opposite – a single matter particle. Both attract and repel each other, creating a sequence that takes the form of the infinity symbol – ∞ – or orb signature – O. This would suggest that they cross paths and sometimes collide. This collision ejects a gigantic beam of radiation (gamma-ray ‘lightning’ ) shooting through the polar caps of the black hole; helping push planetary systems, young stars and other material over the waves of gravity; close to the event horizon and beyond. This burst of energy creates the pulse effect needed to overcome the equilibrium that keeps a galaxy in motion with the dark matter entwined throughout the universe.

Eventually, both particles will annihilate each other or one will absorb the other, leaving behind one energy source that can still stabilise the inner structure of the galaxies core. This process could explain why galaxies collide and repeal each other or look connected from our observational perspective in the universe.

Possible sequence for galaxies;

  • A + M = repel
  • A = Attract matter
  • M = Attract antimatter
  • 0 = Dissapation proccess.

A + M is antimatter and matter repelling and attracting each other at the core of the galaxy.
A = Antimatter which can attract (matter) galaxies causing a collision (Mate)
M = Matter galaxy which can attract antimatter galaxies
0 = Dissipation process where both antimatter and matter have vanished (Loss of gravity means the galaxy slowly falls apart).

whats inside a black hole

We can also offer the alternation sequence for these:
A = attract or repel.
M = Attract or repel

The larger the mass of each particle, the more likely it would support larger galaxy formations.

Mass of particle(s) = Diameter of the galaxy and sustained reach of gravitational waves.

Mass = Gravity x The Spead of light into a fourth-dimensional state. The centre of the black hole has its central grid which spills out into a fourth dimension -thus creating the gravitational ripples for Suns and planets to reside within.

Based on Einstein’s theory of relativity

4 dimension galaxy

Mass is what gives gravity its reach and curvature while travelling at the speed of light. However, this equation gives stabilisation for an inward and outward projection. We are not able to see mass formation on the other side of some black holes.

Furthermore, the Sun needs to be of a particular mass to produce a new galaxy (Black Hole). If it can’t collapse in on itself and produce antimatter in the reversed fusion process, a Sun will simply explode and create a nebula, white dwarf or supernova.

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Alternative Singular Black Hole Theory

Singular black holes (No galaxy formation) are fascinating; they throw up many ideas about the universe and offer up many theories. A single black hole could also suggest that small black holes can also form but did not have enough material to make a galaxy. The building blocks are there within the star, but something different happened at the implosion stage. The single black hole without any matter surrounding it could have an antimatter particle at the centre and is waiting to collide with another black hole that has a matter particle.

Once the two singular black holes combine, the antimatter and matter particle start their sequence and collide to produce the new material needed to make the building blocks of a new galaxy.

The Wonder Of Observation

I like to think of a galaxy as a twisting tornado, with the top being open and the centre being smaller. A more natural way to imagine this would be to look at a bathtub filled with water, the plug is pulled, and the water starts falling down the plughole. If you observe this, you can see a tornado shape begin to form over the plughole. However, you don’t know what’s on the other side of the plughole, and you can only see the shape of the water twisting and leaving the bathtub. What if a black hole with no material from our observation point; was showing the reverse of us, peering through the plughole? We would only be able to see the end of the hole. Getting to that galaxy’s contents would be to travel through the black hole itself.

When you start to envision this process through celestial objects, and then onto our level – sitting here on this planet, and then again down to the subatomic level; reality gets a little scary. The dark fabric of the universe could be a vessel for something that goes entirely beyond our imagination. A thought process that creates a paradox, because life, as we know, could be wholly pointless or is the whole point in this very moment of existence.

As we are here, now, living out this moment on this planet that travels around our galaxy, about four times in its life cycle. We get a moment to appreciate: the energy in both solid and particle states, frequency in all its various forms, the pull of gravity keeping us within a groove around the fabric of space-time and sub-atomic particles weaving out a reality that allows life to communicate. Make sure you enjoy the next time you inhale a breath of the cold air on a winter morning or feel the majestic love that creates new life onto a ball of solid energy that makes us cry and laugh.

If you combine the journey of a galaxy with my DNA (molecule)theory, it makes a little more sense as to how we got here.

The Fabric Of Space – The Universe

I wonder all the time about the dark energy that defines the universe — a black canvas filled with galaxies, stars, energy, clouds and life. I want to know what it is and why it’s so vast, I want to know it’s secrets and understand my purpose concerning its existence. Questions get asked every day by beings with an advanced level of consciousness; especially, when compared to other living species on this planet.

It upsets me every time I research the answer to this question because it brings me back to the same answer – the Big Bang. I have to accept that as the answer from our current scientific standpoint. But something inside me, tells me, there’s more. Something doesn’t add up, even though the cosmic microwave background (CMB, CMBR) tells us that electromagnetic radiation exists as a remnant from the early stages of the universe’s existence. However, is there more than one big bang? Can multiple bangs be happening all over our universe, creating brand new universes every day? If some galaxies implode to make new universes and black holes are the imploded version of a galaxy system. The answer to this question could be yes! Suggesting multi-dimension theories which relate to multi-universes are correct.

What Makes A New Universe?

So, I look and observe and think about what makes a universe or for that matter, a new universe. Everything has a purpose or a job in this moment of existence. We know that a galaxy creates new Suns, which pull new planets around the galaxy, and the correct size Sun will one day make a new galaxy. Through simple observation, one galaxy (or several depending on their disposition) out there in the cosmos has the potential to create a new universe (given its mass and sequence A, M, O).

Could this mean that a galaxy can implode and create a vortex that can pull in enough matter and energy to create an inversed doorway to an alternative universe? There are blank patches in this current universe state (cold spots) that could suggest this has already been happening. To the human eye, it looks like nothing exists in these large areas of space. However, could this be a singularity for an entry point (old and new) into a new universe?

A universe, when re-creating itself from an imploding galaxy, would spread matter inside its vortex – across the new inner fabric of space like a splatter, which would create voids of material and energy that have the building blocks to manifest themselves into new galaxies. The process continues, so, energy can carry on its signature as the building blocks for life as we know it.

The universe could be filled with doorways to other universes. We are not just sitting in a singular space that is bound by one expanding entity.

Our universe is beyond ancient; our little galaxy hides between a vast crust of dark and foreseeable energy sources. We share a world with other life forms and use planets as hosts which enables us to develop a consciousness on a timeline that needs us to see our future. If we fail ourselves and the innocent creatures who will one day rely on us for survival, we will die with the Earth as the Sun finishes its life cycle around the Milky Way.

We will live on again as a single molecule, travelling through the fabrication of space-time. One day a galaxy may send out a pulse that shakes the force of gravity within one of its solar systems. And we will be put on a collision course as a meteorite (a seed from a lost race) and start evolution again. How many times has this happened before? Will we ever make it? One scenario, one timeline, and one moment of consciousness show us a future where it does work.

“If you want to find the secrets to the universe think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.”

– Nicola Tesla

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