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SEla_Kelly wrote:Galaxy is not the unit of land or volume that is used to delinneate the Administration of the Seven Master Spirits. But what about the total mass of the universe? The mass of the universe was expunged during an event, similar in principle to the "Big Bang" ....
Tue Apr 16, 2019 2:19 pm +0000
SEla_Kelly wrote:Galaxy is not the unit of land or volume that is used to delinneate the Administration of the Seven Master Spirits. But what about the total mass of the universe? The mass of the universe was expunged during an event, similar in principle to the "Big Bang" though occurring many aeons ago and with a different effectuation according to the Infinite Spirit and the Architect of the Grand Universe, so that the mass located within a superuniverse, in my view, might generally be identified with a regular pattern of a superuniverse, conditioned by the logical extenuation of the constituency (Father, Son, Spirit) of each of the Seven Master Spirits.
But galaxies are relatively miniscule objects in the relevence of Paradise and the grand universe, even the layers of outer space regions.
The question may be: how is the mass within a sector conditioned by the spiritual concodex, the plan of the superuniverse, sector, system, according to the basic plans of the Creator Sons (Michael) and the seraphic planetary government. In other words, if one could think of the total mass of each section as something of a preordainment "a stage", for such Creator Prerogatives to unfold/unfurl, then there is happenstance, the actuality of the Unqualified Absolute, embedded into the total mass of the sector. And in the process of seeding life, assembling minerals into working living material forms, do the Creator Sons in conjoint association with the Divine Ministers, "draw out", from the sectors they happen to occupy, the expressions of the Universal Absolute, in the likeness of finite mortal flesh-breathing sentient beings.
In the full extrapolation of life-possibilities, comes the full evolution of species, the full eventuation of existentially-natured creatures. Therefore, it is imaginable that sentient life, from the origins of one sector, might migrate, might be transposed or exchanged into new lands. The sea of cultural exchange in the universe is always, "exchanging hands", therefore what is claimed in one galaxy in one age, we are humans who are we to say, could be exchanged from the jurisdiction of one sector to another, or at least we should hold that grand universe citisenship implies that one's behaviour might become acceptible anywhere.
In other words, as long as a galaxy finds its way into the jurisdiction of a superuniverse, it shall probably become conditioned, in the way that life is wrested from the Unqualified and given expression in the Universal, by the character of the Administrators of such superuniverse. But I do not think of the seven universe as recalcitrantly hoarding their particulates in a manner that brings matter itself into physical overcontrol, rather the conditioning occurs in the emergence of living forms from the originators who bestow the spark of life on the dark fertile worlds of space.
Wed Apr 17, 2019 4:59 am +0000
fanofVan wrote:...crazy is as crazy says...but must all of us be victimized by its publication and memorialization??!!
Wed Apr 17, 2019 5:49 am +0000
katroofjebus wrote:fanofVan wrote:...crazy is as crazy says...but must all of us be victimized by its publication and memorialization??!!
I personally prefer compassion for the mentally ill, at least a feeble attempt at fatherly love. If I am so fortunate as to be able to see the illness, isn't it my moral duty to assist a soul struggling with reality?
Wed Apr 17, 2019 6:43 am +0000
fanofVan wrote:And how do you "assist" them I wonder?
fanofVan wrote:Should we coddle and pander to their delusions? Should we accept without objection their gibberish of inventions, fictions, and metaphysics? Shall we revere their pretense of perspective and understanding? Shall we allow their endless contradictions and misstatements and falsehoods to stand for the naive and new students here as others silently provide their acquiescence of support to "assist" the "mentally ill"?
SEla_Kelly wrote:But galaxies are relatively miniscule objects in the relevence of Paradise and the grand universe, even the layers of outer space regions.
fanofVan wrote:And the mentally ill are welcome here too. Until they fully demonstrate and reveal themselves as someone who habitually and authoritatively contradicts that text we are here to study, refuses to answer questions, hijacks others' topics, pretends knowledge and expertise he does not possess, regularly inserting personal politics irrelevantly, and whom casts a gloomy and paranoid perspective onto the entire text.
fanofVan wrote:To pander to crazy town is merely an invitation for endless rabbit holes of distraction and disruption.
fanofVan wrote:So long as crazy town finds shelter here, then must sincere students remain distracted by the endless need to address and correct all the falsehoods and declarative assertions of the mentally ill who find such support as is suggested.
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William S. wrote:I've read in part one the order of planet, system, constellation, local universe, minor sector, major sector, super universe and finally universe of universes. So where does the Milky Way galaxy fit in? From what I have read and from images I see online, I'm guessing that the super universe of Orvonton is another name for the Milky Way. So there are only seven galaxies in all infinity? That sounds minuscule from what I'm hearing from modern astronomy.
Then again I'm also reading that a system is only counting the inhabited worlds. And there is almost certainly much more uninhabited worlds than inhabited. I could translate that to a galaxy being a constellation.
Can anybody clarify this for me?
Wed Apr 17, 2019 11:09 am +0000
bulldog wrote: It would take at least 25 Milky Way or about 110 average galaxies to contain ten trillion stars. It is thus clear that our superuniverse of Orvonton is significantly bigger than our local group of about 30 galaxies and is much bigger than the Milky Way galaxy.