The First Universe
Life-cycles of Galaxies, Stars & Planets
Following the formation of the first Galaxy, numerous Galaxies take their place in adjacent locations.
These Galaxies grow, prosper and die (as living things d0).
The Planets within Star systems develop their own life forms in accordance with the environment of each particular planent. Giant Gas planets contain intelligent spirits dancing within the turbulence. Solid core planets contain mobile crystalline structures. Temperate zone planets for biological life based on oxygen, carbon and water.
Decay of Stars within the Galaxy
Stars proceed into their life cycles and decay into Pulsars (pulsatiing stars), White Dwarfs (collapsed stars) or may explode in a Nova or Supernova.
Immensely massive stars may collapse and form a Black hole.
Formation of the first Universe
As new Galaxies are formed and Stars within older Galaxies decay and die, the grouping of celestial bodies has achieved a complex stage of existence.
This existence is governed by complex immensely powerful omnipotent forces, which are managed with great intelligence and wisdom. This can be considered to be the Universal Energy, the Source, or perhaps the "G" word.
In summary, the formation of the first Universe has been the end-result of a single incidence of the Energy Enigma.
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IP- Illustrations:John Lee (Concepts), Cecilia Macaulay & Marc Lepage (Artistry).
Author: John Lee. Photography: John Lee.