Originally posted by Wide-Eyes
Would it be weird if I said that there is some sort of sexual element in this nebula? At least from my perspective.
Well bottom left I see a monkey from planet of the apes.
The apes face is the apart of the bottom jaw of a haunting face with long grey hair.
The hair is the bottom of a flowing gown worn by a woman with long gold hair she is holding a crystal ball in her left hand down at her waist, her
head is tilted up looking towards where she is floating to, her right arm is silhouetted against a bright opening in the sky.
Now below her in the pink area is a mans face with a long drawn down moustache.
Above the woman floating towards the sky is another being with dark transparent wings, they are holding a whip in their right hand, cracking an
opening from the dark to the light.
To the right side of the picture also in pink tones I see what we know as a wraith. skull figure wearing a cloak.
above the wraith and just to the left a little higher up I see a a man with a white beard and hair.
So im guessing its the chicky babe with the wings and whip for you
and your right this is a beautiful photo.
That is soooooooooooooooo beautiful.
But-where does the light come from,does it make it's own light or is it lit by nearby stars? Also if we travelled there so were only millions of
kilometres away,would we still see it in the same way?
Wow, our solar system is probably barely larger than one of those bright points of light... Some stars, in the universe, make our sun look like a
speck of sand so they might be as big as our solar system or almost as big maybe... But anyway imagine if our solar system were to be near enough to
that dust cloud to see it take up half the sky, but far enough so the evil space dust didn't kill us...that would be AWESOME!!! I wonder if the
colors would be the same to the naked eye...
Originally posted by gosseyn
Maybe you guys will like this video I made some years ago. The 7th Beethoven symphony with images from Hubble telescope.
Have you ever wondered what the universe truly is? The pigments that were 2d, erected into the hologram as was theorized by the discoveries in
In meditaiton I had a vision and stood on the poster of the universe, a work of art, and couldn't get back in.
In your video, those young systems, the nebulas, and I keep freezing them and seeing faces in the nebula's and what looks like sea plants in some of
the clusters, beautiful colors. It looked like a man in a robe was walking peacefully, on the space fabric as if it was a landscape.
I don't want to go back and give all those times now, but I'm at 7 11. And the pigments look like Brown Ochre, for art, and there is a beautiful
man's face sculpted in the ochre, and I got it.
I understood the magical universe.
An artists is at work, with colors, palette and sculpting and forming the beautiful systems, which will have humans and humanoids.
Its all magic and an artist/designer is busy, the new story book is being made.
And Hubble is able to capture the magic of this work of art and creation.
I figure it out on my birthday, I got it.
edit to add at 7 22 it moves up to the most beautiful human profile on the left. We're seeing the Creation and the Artists, and they're Human and
humans will be there.
I skipped ahead to post, but look up and find out others are seeing it too We're seeing this miracle.
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I hate looking at these space pictures. I see what appears to be a womans face on the right and some sort of dog like creature with it's ears pinned
back on the left spraying her with energy from it's hands or paws..... There may be a smaller face to the left of the bigger girls face. Do they
have an artist creating these things somewhere?
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As others have said, I too was hoping that this was some sort of huge spacecraft out there studying the Nebula. I suppose after enough of these solar
systems are "born", there will be more solar systems than dust/gas and the Nebula will be replaced by a galaxy? Wouldn't that be cool if we were
witnessing a galaxy in the making. Even though its over 1,500 light years away, the process probably isn't much further along than what we're
seeing. The vastness of time and space are beyond human comprehension, IMO.
Over the years I have heard so much conjecture directed at origins. Origins of the Universe, Life, Galaxies, etc. Is there a theory explaining where
all the gas in Orion's Nebula is originally from? It is a vast cloud many light years across. Surely it is bigger than the remnants of some huge star
that went Nova. Even a collision of massive stars would be too small to explain the mass lit by all the suns in the "nursery".
What is giving birth to all these stars? Could there be a life and death cycle to black holes maybe? This being a remnant formed by the death of one?
Recurrent shapes created at different size levels throughout the universe? Or is it exposure of a different dimension of much larger beings because
of the energy creating the nebula. Seems like the time is froze or highly reduced in these images or is the frequency of our vibration that much
faster than what's in the image. Can DNA from an exploding planet cause the gas cloud to form in a shape that is similar to the shape it once held?
So many possibilities could have caused these images.
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