More about stars and how necessary they are. Let's summarize a few notable systems that we all know already or may not know. The Star of David is one of our most prominent star systems in the universe. The Solar system is weaved and webbed together by a set of intricate, sustainable, valuable, vital, unbreakable and important laws not made by you or I. If I say something on here that you don't know or don't understand, it's because it came to me just as visions and dreams came to the prophets before me and you who were and are artists in their own rights.
There isn't anything I can do about how it is translated on my blog it just is. I can only translate as best as I can, and can't answer questions about my summaries other than to say you have to read what I write and it stands as that. Nothing can be taken way, very rare that I can say something and take it away although that is possible. That's only possible if I made a mistake, which I am human, and need to rewrite or rework it so it can be more comprehend-able to the reader if you read my blog at all. My answer to any questions that may arise is this, "We are all connected and you should pray." That's all I can say.
King David's Star is magnificent and powerful. It's magnitude is between 10,000 and 50,000 times bright literally in all directions. It appears that sometimes it can just be laid back at 10,000 and something unexplained can trigger it to become at least 50,000 times in every direction. It has flames in the middle, but not burning flames, it's flames range from warm to cool to cold. It changes colors from white at 10,000, to blue at about 25,000, to red at about 30,000 to 35,000, and orange at about 49,000, with the remaining 1,000 magnitude to make up the 50,000 after full expansion contained and reserved in blue at it's edges always. It hosts a city of stars the size of a large city like Los Angeles or New York.
Stars have a variety of colors and magnitude. David's system is pretty laid back.
While, Orion's system is versatile. Orion and King David are much alike in that they support the solar system indefinitely. Orion's system is just about the same size as David's system but operates in a different light zone. Orion's magnitude and light ranges from white, yellow, to orange to gold.
The reason I am writing this particular blog this way is so you know how vital our stars are to the solar system in addition to our planets, our Sun and Moon.
The solar system is made up of vital particles to sustain us here on Earth and they each depend on each other and God. They work together to a common purpose.
They co-exist so we can survive on this planet called Earth. They give us light, energy and life by day, by night, non-stop. If we were to implode on Earth, it would be because of them, and the solar system which would survive, and start anew.
If you've ever guessed anything about the Moon, you should know those of you who guessed that it is a part of the Earth separated over 3 billion years ago, then you're right. And most likely longer than that. I can't get into much more than that other than that yes, the Moon is apart of Earth's system, created to sustain the entire solar system at large. That just is.
Other notable star systems are:
Does any of the above sound familiar? They should. I spelt them differently but it means the same as it always has since the moment they were created.
You should note this as well, star systems as I stated before in my other "plexes" blog, can range from single, to double, to multiple. Also, they can host any amount of stars ranging from a town, also a village, to a city, to a state, to a country which as I stated before can be billions of stars within their range.
Here is another planet called Lavanyarke. It's black, it's atmosphere is a thousand to two thousand miles thick in diameters and is made up of toxic gas, sulfur and other un-breathable non-oxygenated substances that are formed from the lava inside it. This is because the planet has a volcanic system. It's energy is mined from a sun like earth's but smaller whose light is red, orange and red orange.
Lavanyarke is much in the same position around it's sun as Mercury is to our Sun. It has no Moons. Instead it's congested with a thick toxic gas that helps to form it's sulfuric atmosphere and gives it its black look.
Planet hopping is truly not for us mortals yet if you get my gist. One day we'll be able to do it though. Our universe is truly mysterious and amazing. It's indescribable. God is truly amazing. He made us, and a system of support around us to support us and give us everything we need. When we serve our rightful Creator, a.k.a God, he reveals things to us just as he did Jesus Christ, the Prophets, and Saints and all before them. God was and always has been there even before we became. I know this is impossible to understand but it is what it is. God has no beginning and no end, but we do in our mortality.
Another thing about God, is that God adapts and learns even though God knows all things. I don't know how else to put that. God is shrouded in mystery even though he reveals himself, through the universe and most poignantly through Jesus Christ.
I am personally in-love with God and what I have discerned to be the Creator in me. He is in all of us and he is truly merciful. He touches us every single day in multiple, unlimited ways, ways we don't even realize or are unaware of, every hour, every minute, through prayers, through art, throughout our existence. God is actually also in love with us as well. So much so that he gives us time to search him out and find him if we really desire to.
GTF GTS GTHS
My theory on Black Holes is rather simple. They are countless in the vast universe. Endless. They can appear anywhere. They can be visible or invisible, they can be hidden or appear to the naked eye in which you would need an intelligent telescope to see.
Black holes can stop, reverse, shift, warp or unlock time. They can even erase time altogether, meaning in some black holes time does not exist for a while. They have secrets, they can unlock secrets. If you were to go near one, it would either melt or freeze you depending on it's genetic make-up, they are each different. Beyond them are endless or rather limitless stratoverses and vericals.
New term 1.
Quartoplex. (Pronounced Cu-ar-toe-plex), can also be termed "Quertoplex" (Cu-er-toe-plex) Like Psycoplexes and Myloplexes, a Quartoplex refers to pairs of stars which include, twins, twin souls, triplets, quadruplets, sextuplets and other "plets" that are twins or fraternal in anyway. These stars are birthed and move together always, even if lost, they find their way back simply by signature no matter how long it takes, no matter the distance and time between them, they are magnets for each other. They are destined to be together in their pairs or groups, or groups of pairs, and can exist within a psycoplex, myloplex or independently.
New term 2.
Celioplex. (Pronounced See-li-o-plex or Sell-i-o-plex). These stars have a socio-genetic make-up and are usually solitary. They can stand alone, or harness their energy from other star and energy systems around it including planets and moons or from the universe itself. They are generally dependent on another system to sustain themselves, but this is not always the case as they can flip to imitate whatever is around it or shift to a more conducive environment. They can be any size or any magnitude depending on their positions.
Regarding planet Himerheon: If you read my blog you'll note further back that I've unlocked what seems to be this planet. New, perhaps yet to be discovered in our lifetime if it decides to reveal itself to us earthers.
Planet Himerheon is just about the size of Jupiter. So far it houses fourteen (14) moons. There names are:
1) Zyoloflair (Pronouncec Zeye-o-lo-flare)
2) Sexenolar (Pronounced Sex-en-o-lar)
3) Wartenoal (Pronounced Wart-en-ole)
4) Honessillar (Pronounced Ho-ness-ill-ar)
5) Ekoneaze (Pronounced Ee-con-ease)
6) Larksille (Pronounced Lark-sill or Lark-zill)
7) Pollartede (Pronounced Poll-ar-teed)
8) Teelifex (Pronounced Tea-lee-fex)
9) Musezinar (Pronounced Muse-in-ar)
10) Saunliex (Pronounced Sun-Li-ex or Sun-lux)
11) Teelliorne (Pronounced Till-i-orn or Till-ee-orn)
12) Barsippen (Pronounced Bar-si-pen)
13) Partisiola (Pronounced Part-is-i-o-la)
14) Guardsyllion (Pronounced Guard-zi-llione)
Happy Monday, May God Bless you in the name of Christ Jesus. Amen.
My name is Tracy and welcome to my site and blog page. Thanks for stopping by. On this page I will try to catalogue some things or pivotal moments I feel have made me who I am. There may even be moments that are not so pivotal but more like a muse, a funny memory or otherwise. Be warned though, I may take things off, I may re-edit or remove things. If you happen to read something and it isn't here anymore, its because I am either re-editing, or getting ready to add something else. Also, some of the things I say on here may be understandable and some may not, and sometimes I may not blog or add anything for a while. It's okay with me if you don't understand me or what I write, I mean no ill will in my words or what I write so don't take it personal if it offends you that's just not my aim. My blog or this page is created for me, and for my fans or anyone who wants to come on here and read what I write.