The pull of gravity is always to the center. When gravity pulls and is not diverted by another gravitational pull, it will ultimately reach gravitational finality. Only gravitational centers that can’t be diverted can reach gravitational finality.
At the point of gravitational finality, the (center) black hole can no longer contain all that has converged and it becomes “un-containable” and a violent explosion will occur with such force as to create a “big bang” effect. The black hole dies. The occurrence is born.
- All these clusters of galaxies as is currently being observed, is simply one “occurrence”. Every galaxy has a center where the gravitational pull is strong. When it becomes too strong, black holes are formed. Every occurrence has a center just as galaxies do. Every galaxy will succumb to gravity and every occurrence will do as well.
- All the galaxies in the occurrence will finally succumb to gravity and will be sucked into this “black hole”, the center, and as gravity accelerates all these galaxies into this convergence, and as everything compresses, it will get to the stage where partial excess energy will be squeezed out, (forming the hour glass effect) until “gravitational finality” is reached. At the point of gravitational finality, the black hole can no longer contain all that has converged and it becomes “uncontainable” at this point a violent explosion will occur with such force as to create a “big bang” effect. The black hole dies. The occurrence is born. This is the contraction and expansion of the universe (occurrence). There is no end, it is an unending cycle of life. It is simply a continuance in this one “occurrence”. There are multitudes of occurrences.
Last Updated on January 27, 2023