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QR Code # 17  'PBH'  Powerful Black Holes split

Black Holes - The Catalysts for Recycling

Stages: Creation - Lockup - Escape

The 17 Stages of Black Hole to Supernova



Black Holes, when they were first discovered in space by our astronomers, were easily given the name 'Black Hole' as that is exactly how they appear: circular, the blackest jet black, with exception spinning powers. It was correctly concluded that anything passing near a black hole could be attracted by its spin and fall into.

Those early thoughts about Black Holes were correct. For once light entered into a black hole, there was no chance for that light to escape. That light would be trapped within phenomenal gravitational forces for ages. Beyond that, no one knew the real purpose of a Black Hole.
But now, my new theory takes Black Holes to a higher purpose in our universe. Prior to now, humans had no inkling black holes were related to the creation of the moons, planets and stars in our universe and to the recycling process of our universe.

Let's take a trip together back to the creation of our universe.
My new theory declares that creation was at least a 'trillion years' in the past; to my calculation 67 cycles x 15 billion years per each recycle.

When our universe, which I call Recycliun, began a trillion years ago, what existed in that opening stanza was a totality of light: the Light First TheoryAn ocean of light in all possible directions.

Then one black hole catalyst was cast into the ocean of light by the Artisan. This singular event began the entire automatic growing and recycling process of our universe, right from then to this present day.

'The catalyst which began the process of spinning light into matter in our universe began with the introduction of a black hole which was cast into the waiting ocean of light. Before there was anything else, there was this wall or ocean of light. Then, the first black hole was introduced. There was an immediate reaction; an immediate spinning of light by the powerful spinning black hole. For, a black hole does more than just attract and devour light into its bowels. A black hole possesses specific skills related to the attraction and spinning of light into atoms of matter. At that time of creation, as the black hole spun its light into matter, that matter formed onto the exterior surface surrounding the black hole at the central core. The first small moon or planet (orb) of our universe began to grow, and grow, and grow; until the black hole had eaten its fill of light. For, a black hole of a certain size only possesses a certain capacity to eat. Once its stomach and surface are full, its duties change and it can eat no more for that moment. And that moment may last up to 15 billion years as a norm; one full 15 billion year cycle of our universe. So for up to a possible 15 billion years, that black hole exists at the core of the moon, or planet, or star it grows into.'
Read further into my theories to see how a moon or planet can grow into a star. This growth theory of mine certainly does not fit into a Big Bang Theory. So, my new theories related to the creation and growth of our universe are totally new.

You ask: Where did this wall (ocean of light) and the first black hole come from?
'That is a much more gigantic mystery. To know for sure, one would need to go back to the Artisan creator of this universe and ask that very question.
For now, my many new universe theories concentrate on how the physical matter of our universe operates. I am putting forth new theories which explain our universe differently and in more detail than the Big Bang Theory.

Black Holes do much of their work under disguise
It is important to realize that black holes can give us different looks, depending upon the stage they are at in their eating or holding cycle. The only time we can really recognize a black hole is at its naked stage. That is where it is a pure black hole just beginning the process of powerfully attracting and spinning light into matter around itself.
Thereafter, a black hole lives a complex intriguing life under disguises and masks. It can be hidden at the core of a moon, planet, star, or at the gigantic central bulge of a galaxy. Every orb in our entire universe has a black hole of a certain size at its core.

While moons, planets and stars will see an end to their life, a black hole survives and grows in size to eternity
That black hole at the centre core of an orb (moon, planet, star) existed before the orb formed around it. That same black hole existed inside while the orb grew larger from planet to star. And that same black hole survives the final stellar Supernova when a star finally explodes and dies at the end of its normal 15 billion year cycle.

Viewing our physical universe


Humans, because of short lives which occur in the middle LOCKUP phase of a cycle, are never around to witness the initial CREATION of matter; unless they deploy a powerful space telescope to catch a black hole in the process of creating in a distant part of the universe.

Whereas, the middle process - LOCKUP - where atoms are locked up as matter - is mostly witnessed by humans on a planet.

To a lesser extent, humans witness the end process - ESCAPE - where light escapes - such as: fire, lightning, nuclear explosion, or stars and suns emitting light, or a Supernova.


QR Code # 2  'Ptages' Planet Stages and Star Development


In the fifteen billion years of a single cycle, there is a beginning birth, a long midlife, and a deadly end. Then, the cycle repeats.

Stage 1: Birth (elapsed time up to 1-2 billion years)

A naked black hole spins its central axis to attract and spin light into matter; adding to the black hole’s axis length and girth until it is full as a small moon. The speed of this spinning-building process is dependent on the size of the black hole and the available supply of light.

Stage 2: Surface gains features (2.5 billion years)

Its core is packed and its surface becomes hard. The surface may display rough features caused by irregularities; wind, planet rotation, extreme temperatures, and meteoric bombardment causing pits and craters.

Stage 3: A fire starts at the central core (3 billion years)
Every compartment within the black hole at the core, which spun light into matter, switches from Guzzling to Holding Gravity. Total effort is dedicated to control. Eventually, this control loosens in the core, where the oldest spun matter exists. A tiny fire is ignited deep in the inner core as matter unravels forming hot molten lava.

Stage 4: Fire grows causing planet expansion (3.5 billion years)

The core fire grows larger, as more atoms unravel. Heat causes expansion. This internal fire eventually creates so much pressure that the moon or planet has one of two choices: explode or find a way to relieve the pressure. Fissures occur allowing lava to move upwards.

Stage 5: Lava pressures the surface (3.75 billion years)

Trapped lava exerts more pressure causing fissures to become wider and longer to the surface. Lava crawls up the fissures searching for an escape route to relieve the intensifying pressure. The planet’s structure undergoes duress resulting in a large buckling of the surface as gigantic parts thrust upwards to form mountain ranges.


QR Code # 7 'Pimple' Craters made on the Face of Moons

Stage 6: The age of volcanoes (3.80 billion years)
Lava, under extreme pressure, becomes trapped in many of the fissures leading to the surface. The entire planet feels ready to explode and destroy itself. Finally, Pimple Burst, the initial gigantic volcano, catapults through, packed with so much pent-up lava that the explosion thrusts rocks past the atmosphere out into space to bombard moons and planets causing craters.

It is at this stage that the moon or planet can successfully do Pimple Burst and effectively have its initial huge volcano occur to relieve the internal pressure; or the moon or planet can be unsuccessful with Pimple Burst and explode totally, leaving an empty black hole behind and spewing its contents outward to perhaps impact the other moons and planets in that solar system.

Stage 7: Ice Age hits the planet (3.90 billion years) years)

Thick volcanic ash fills the atmosphere of the entire planet for decades as volcanoes erupt. Sunlight is blocked and closed off to the surface of the planet by the clouds of ash. This precipitates a prolonged drop in temperature causing the surface of the planet to become frigid. Rain is replaced by snow, water by ice, as the new Ice Age conquers the planet.

Stage 8: Planet re-warms after the Ice Age (4 billion years)

Volcanoes become less active as pressure is relieved by active lava flows. As the cloud cover of ash dissipates, the surface begins to warm again as light is accepted. The size of the planet has increased like a balloon holding more air. Surface separation occurs as main land masses split apart into continental drift.

Stage 9: Mature Planet (5 billion years)

Determination for the mature planet depends upon its distance from its sun. If it is lucky enough to reside within the Goldilocks Zone, not too close nor too far from a sun, a hospitable primordial soup situation may present itself for life to be seeded. Living organisms on the surface of the planet experience the strong ‘holding gravity’ exerted by the black hole at the core.

Stage 10: Surface thins (7 billion years)

As the black hole at the core loses more of its hold on matter, the hot interior fire expands and the interior of the planet’s crust is depleted and thinned. The surface becomes warmer, then hotter. The planet sees dramatic speeded expansion in size as the interior fire gains in furor.

Stage 11: Liquidification - Surface more liquid (8 billion years)

The crust of the planet becomes frail and thin. Enormous amounts of lava gain easy access flowing freely over a tenth of the surface. Temperatures increase dramatically. Noticeably, the surface changes from a hard rock composition to more of a liquid soup.

Stage 12: Planet emerges into a small star (9 billion years)

The crust of the planet disappears as the internal fire melts the entire surface turning it into a fiery state. No longer does lava to the surface harden as rock; it now remains hot and molten. The ball has been transformed from a planet, which had been absorbing light and heat, to a small star emitting light.

Stage 13: The star expands to a larger star (10 billion years)

As the fiery star changes all its molten rock and lava from hard matter to a liquid-gaseous state, the star grows in size from a junior to a medium sized sun. The star will be millions of degrees hot. Plummets of fiery gaseous eruptions occur from the surface where atoms unravel, escaping to freedom back to straight line light to travel through space.

Stage 14: The star expands extraordinarily (13 billion years)

With time, the star grows immensely in size maturing from a medium to a huge parent star. Age shows as the star displays erratic behavior and rapid uncontrolled expansion. Bountiful amounts of light freely escape to travel space. Good fortune might hopefully allow the star a long stately life. However, the massive star is now most vulnerable to a perilous attack –creating a bright Quasar with its rush of light being sucked into a predator black hole.

Stage 15: Supernova - the star dies as it explodes (15 billion years)

The elder star grows into a colossal mammoth old star. At the surface, photosphere helium atoms break apart, light is emitted, freed after billions of years of captivity. It loses entire control and explodes providing the universe with one of its brightest sights – Supernova.

Stage 16: Obliteration - The star destroys its solar system

The sun’s enormity engulfs the closest planet. Then, Supernova does the rest. Planets and moons fracture, breakup and face annihilation as sadly the star destroys most of its own solar system. The moons and planets never get to experience slow growth into a star, for at the point of Obliteration their entire matter is exploded like mega-zillions of nuclear blasts.

Stage 17: Rebirth - Two new back holes are formed

The neutron black hole at the core of the exploded sun, plus all the black holes at the cores of the annihilated planets and moons, each split into two new twin binary black holes. In the next cycle, twice the number of black holes will engage in a raging battle to devour light.

Thus, the cycle is complete in one particular zone of the inner universe, as that zone has renewed and recycled itself once again. The inner universe is so enormous that many zones unknown to one another may recycle at the same or different time periods. Approximately every fifteen billion years, all zones of RECYCLIUN do their recycle.