THE SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE AT THE CENTER OF OUR GALAXY JUST LIT UP AND NO ONE KNOWS WHY ~ August 13, 2019

Editor”s Note: (Thanks to Galactic Connections for this one.) Uh huh…where have we heard about massive Light from the center of our Galaxy before? Wait…isn’t this a spiritual teaching now being verified by science? NOW may be the moment to ponder just how long it will take this massive light to reach our Earth. We must also consider how this Light energy will affect our Sun.

Haven’t many said our Sun will sneeze at “The Event” and change our world? Many think we are now in a dual-world situation with one world being 5D and the other being an “alternate” world since 3D Earth is gone.

It’s all a matter of vibrations, my friends, with Love being the strongest wave of vibratory energy in existence. The ever-increasing barrage of cosmic energies is releasing dark truths of various sorts on a consistent basis and this will only increase in the final days of “hot” August.

So…grab your popcorn as we all gear up for the end of this show (exactly when is debatable) we are watching and living, be ready for some big and positive changes in your life as current belief systems end, and BE…

InJoy!

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Mysterious Universe

I like my black holes like I like my internal organs: doing what they’re supposed to and not surprising anyone. After all, we barely even understand black holes beyond descriptions that would fit perfectly in an H.P. Lovecraft novel—a dead star at the center of the galaxy, collapsed under its own tremendous mass to an impossible singularity, warping the very fabric of reality around it like a cloak blacker than the blackest night, as even light itself struggles feebly and fails to escape its terrible pull. Yeah, I don’t want any surprises from black holes.

But alas, the great old one has awakened and all humanity’s brightest minds know not for what weird purpose. According to astronomers, the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way has been acting really strange. Sagittarius A* (Sgr A*) is a pretty quiet and mundane supermassive black hole (as far as they go). It’s fluctuations in the brightness of the “electromagnetic counterpart” are normally relatively small. This summer, however, that seems to have changed. Observations from the Keck telescope have recorded massive spikes in the brightness of Sgr A*, including one when the black hole spiked to 75 times its normal brightness and held there for a period of two hours.

Black hole art

Astronomer Tuan Do at the University of California Los Angeles, who observed the unprecedented spike in Sgr A* says:

“I was pretty surprised at first and then very excited. The black hole was so bright I at first mistook it for the star S0-2, because I had never seen Sgr A* that bright. Over the next few frames, though, it was clear the source was variable and had to be the black hole. I knew almost right away there was probably something interesting going on wit h the black hole.”

Tuan Do’s research was recently published in the Journal of Astrophysical Letters, but astronomers still don’t know what’s caused these massive spikes. Black holes don’t emit light on their own (go figure), but the swirling disk of stuff around it does. The so-called accretion disk consists of dust and gas and busted up cosmic debris that is pulled towards the black hole but doesn’t make it past the event horizon. Sometimes unlucky stars passing through the neighborhood have their matter ripped out by the supermassive black hole’s enormous gravity and assimilated by the accretion disk. The working hypothesis for the spikes in Sgr A*’s brightness is that it got its claws on an unusually large object and pulled it into the accretion disk, though what the object could be is unknown.

Center of the milky way

Astronomers will keep studying Sgr A* and try to figure out just what it’s up to. The Keck telescope only has a few more weeks where it will have the right angle to observe Sgr A*, but there are four more telescopes that have been pointed at it all summer with their data yet to be released. After that, the center of our galaxy won’t be observable again until 2020. Which leaves an approximately six month blind spot, and as everyone knows, black holes only strike when you’re not looking.

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8 Responses to THE SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE AT THE CENTER OF OUR GALAXY JUST LIT UP AND NO ONE KNOWS WHY ~ August 13, 2019

  1. Eliza Ayres says:

    Reblogged this on Blue Dragon Journal.

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  4. saucernut2 says:

    I do believe you are correct, wolfke74. In 5D, what you notice must be happening. We shall soon see if what you suspect comes true, it will be to all of our liking, promise. (From a 4D perspective)

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  5. saucernut2 says:

    What we are witnessing is the Light being activated for the benefit of all throughout the Cosmo’s.
    It has begun, thank you. Namaste…….

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