What are Black Holes?


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Theoretical Black Hole

Theoretical Black Hole

First of all, there is no such thing as black holes! There is only misunderstanding about how stars and their systems move in space. When scientists finally understand how our own planet moves around the sun in a downward spiral orbit while our sun moves down through space in a shallow orbit; then they will begin to understand the relative motion of the other star systems, which are moving toward us and away from us and in all directions. When we learn how particles move through space, which includes the sun and its orbiting planets, we will then, understand much more about this machine we call the universe.

Particles in space are always moving in a spiral orbit moving from low pressure to high and then back again. However, this pressure exists not just from the outside pushing in but also from the inside pushing out. Understanding these pressures and how they work is the heart of "other dimensional science". Understanding how these star systems move through space, will also accurately answer the questions of red giants and white dwarfs, as well as... the death and birth of stars, which do not exist. It is true that stars get bigger and smaller as they orbit from one pressure zone to another and consequently, they do change color as a result, but stars do not nova and then disappear. I would love to view a star nova through a powerful telescope, a star nova is a spectacular thing to see but when it's all over with, that star is still there, we just can't see it any longer because it has moved from one pressure spectrum to another!


Currently, the earth is orbiting down from low pressure into high pressure. It takes 12,000 years to complete this quarter cycle before we enter into the next cycle, which will take us once again... from relative low pressure to high, and we begin another 12,000 year cycle.

The earth and the machinery which surrounds it, work a lot like a washing machine or any machine, for that matter. When you have working parts, the parts of the machine get hot in certain places and so the machine changes gears. It all works like a clock in a way. Pressure builds up and finally moves the minute hand into the next position. This explains the motion of the poles which are shifting, the rising of water, which result in major floods and often permanent water displacement, volcanoes, earth quakes, hot and cold cycles, etc....

There comes a point where we reach the end of a cycle when the earth is at the maximum internal pressure which exists at the quantum level of space, and it must let that pressure go. It reacts much like a spring that has been wound so tight that it finally let's go. When this happens... particles which are attached to one another in long chains, expand rapidly which causes everything on the earth to expand just a bit; the greatest effect is in the waters of the earth.

Now, the sun is also under great pressure and when we reach the end of a cycle, the sun which has been compressed changing colors as it goes through the different pressure spectrums, expands rapidly. This effect, like the water of the earth, affects the sun in the same manner because of its molten nature. The visual effect is much more spectacular when the sun once again, regains homeostasis. However, we do not see it as it has passed into the next cycle hidden by a blanket of electrons. These huge electron conduits, separate one macro particle structure from another.

Scientists will learn and understand this in the next few years as they continue to put particles under extreme pressure in the laboratory but will understand much more when they discover how to get a frequency signal inside of an electron conduit. When they can overcome the pressure of what I call E. Space and get a frequency signal inside, they will then be able to map the structure of an atomic particle which works exactly the same way as our solar system. Eventually, they will also understand "other dimensional particles" and how they fit into the machine and why.

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4 comments for “ What are Black Holes?

  1. easter decor
    July 27, 2010 at 1:45 pm

    Terrific blog, many fascinating points. I believe ten of days ago, I have seen a similar blog.

  2. July 28, 2010 at 7:54 pm

    Thanks for the comment and feedback!

  3. Christian
    March 28, 2011 at 9:26 am

    Great site I was really inspired. Have a blessed day and keep up the good work!

  4. March 28, 2011 at 11:43 am

    Thanks so much for your comment and feedback! Inspiration is a truly a gift from God and a beautiful mechanism in the grand universal design! Hope you visit again, Blessings on your journey…

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