So I woke up this morning to a really interesting dream. I was outside the universe looking down on it. Now I couldn’t see the entire universe but
what I could see was breathtaking.
In the center of the universe, in the dream, there was a huge black hole. When I say huge, that does not give justice to its size. Because there were
tens of billions of galaxies that were in its gravity and were orbiting it, as the earth orbits the sun. It was breathtaking, the scale of it. Perhaps
it wasn't the center of the universe but that’s just what my mind guessed it was.
Now I noticed the Milky Way galaxy and it was part of a humongous cluster of galaxies that were orbiting each other in fast motion, I saw all of this,
what must have been billions of years play out before me. Stars were forming, supernovae exploding sending out blasts of light, and as these galaxies
were dancing around each other they were all being pulled by each other but by the huge black hole in the middle of the universe at the same time.
Then I looked up, from what must have been the hundreds of millions or billions of galaxies I was already watching and I was stunned at the vastness
of the universe beyond them. For there were hundreds of billions of more galaxies beyond the ones I was watching dance around each other and swirl
around the central black hole. On all sides.
And some of the galaxies in the distance that I spied dwarfed the ones in the middle of the universe, the ones further out were so huge and so
beautiful I just opened my jaw at the staggering awesomeness of it all. I spied one galaxy by itself that must have been almost as huge as the
central black hole, and could have easily taken in a million Milky Way galaxies, and beyond that were even more and more galaxies, and they were all
doing intricate dances around each other and the center of the universe.
I recall that I saw the motion of the galaxies that were near the central black hole, but as I looked outward I didn't see as much movement. And I
don't know if I saw to the edge of the universe because I couldn't see the end to the galaxies before me. Of course at that instant I awoke. It's
probably the only reason I remember the dream to begin with.
I was outside the universe and given this vision somehow of the vastness of the universe at a sped up seed. It was incredible. I don’t even know if
what I saw in the dream has any basis in reality, but it was quite a vision.
edit on 16-3-2015 by iNobody because: (no reason given)