Astronomers made pictures of the galactic center, which is aproximately 25.000 lightyears distant from Earth. The images were taken in the infrared- and radio wavelength. This TV-picture is edited by me because the center is very bright compared to the more outward features. The galactic center is obscured from direct vision in the range of visible light by dust clouds in it´s circumference about 1200 lightyears away. 27 antennas were combined in a Y-shape, each arm 600 meter long. Later worldwide antenna arrays were combined to receive radio- and x-rays in order to look even deeper because a black hole was suspected there. More than 200 stars were found circling around a strong gravitational field. This strong gravitational field also pulls together our galaxy. The shape of the galactic center reminds me strongly of the graphic symbol for the OM symbol, the most important symbol in Asia, together with the Svastika.


Recorded in Infrared Wavelength

  If we presume that our Galaxy is spinning horizontally, then the center of our galaxy is rotating at right angles to the galactic plane. How can we tell? If the center would rotate on the same plane as the galaxy itself, we would only be able to see the center as a narrow band, the same way we see our Milky Way. But since we can see this special form, shaped like a mini-galaxy, we have to assume that its rotational plane must be slanted by about 90 degrees. And there is even more to it: just by chance the center is positioned in a way that it reveals its Om-shape to us and its northpole is directed towards our solar system. How do we know that it is the northpole? The shape of the center tells us which direction it is spinning and it is spinning counterclockwise.  


Here we can see the stars/suns that are closest to the galactic center, marked by a cross, depicted in four phases.

x x
x x
  Clouds of galactic dust obscure the
direct view on the galactic center
x Infrared light (heat radiation) and radiation in radio wavelength can permeate the dust clouds


In March 21. 2009 I wrote this "Theory of Energy from the Galactic Center"

The people of the nation of the Maya some thousand of years ago had the awareness of the greater cosmic cycles and measured them with their calendar. They also knew the source of the strongest cycles or waves - Hunab Ku - the center of our Milkyway galaxy.

These days more and more scientists are adapting their worldview to the cyclic nature of existence and are presenting proof of this paradigm shift. In Germany the scientist Dr. Dieter Broers has got a lot of attention with his interview in the mainstream magazines.

He is stating that scientists discovered a ray of energy coming from the deepest domains of space. He says the Mayans called it a "synchronizing ray", coming from the galactic center, and that it is already realigning planet earth and thereby us humans.

He is also saying that NASA is actually detecting these rays for already 15 years. Within the last couple of years the energy of these rays has multiplied many times and is getting stronger by the day.

This "Change" (note that the word change is the key concept that is conveyed here) is leading to a transformation of our consciousness or even to a quantum-jump in our development.

Astrophysicists are confronted with a huge mystery at this point and I think I can help them here, if any of this is true what scientists claim to have detected.

When I have discovered that the OM-symbol as a representation of the galactic center which is equally true for the Mayan symbol Hunab Ku, it is proven that ancient cultures had a galactic consciousness of the cycles of time and where we are located in our galaxy.

What I further have discovered is that the orientation of the galactic center in space relative to our solar system is in a peculiar position, unlike to most galaxys that we can observe!

This discovery will explain all the effects we are now experiencing.

The galactic center is a rotating black hole with a surrounding disk comprised of stars and dust, shaped like the well known OM-symbol. The point I am making here is that this disk is visible head-on meaning that it is not rotating at the same angle as the disk-shaped Milkyway-galaxy. Since we can see the rotating galactic center head-on and not from the side as it would if it were at the same plane like the rest of the galaxy we can assume that it is tilted at an almost 90 degree angle relative to the galactic plane.

What does this mean?

The black hole inside this disk is a rotating sphere with a north- and southpole like every other spinning ball or globe. What is a special feature of a black hole is that it is emitting a strong jet of gamma-rays, neutrinos and all kinds of energies and particles from both poles and as we here on Earth are facing the northpole of the black hole. We are now showered to an ever increasing degree with those energies. See also my visualisation. The axis of the black hole is wobbling back and forth, up and down, just like when you are watering a patch of flowers with a garden hose.

This is only pure logic, derived from observation, you do not have to be an astrophysicist to get to those conclusions. I now enjoy the confirmation of my theories from "established" scientists and I can further explain their discoveries.

In any way, the predictions of the Mayans, scientists, channelers and the prophets and their holy books are hinting to this special occurrence in space and time.

What I assume is that the polarities in many aspects of our existence are expanded to the maximum and are probably until the winter solstice of 2012, like described by Terance McKenna in his 'Timewave Zero' leading to a transforming event that can quicken mankind forward to a galactic consciousness.

Some call it Apokalypse from the Greek word for revelation, lifting the veil, manifestation, for it may be revealed who we really are, where we really are and what else is going on in the Universe. That is why the "Revelation" is anticipated with so much fear by many.

I just came across an article: "Mystery Hum puzzles geologists". Could it be that this hum is because planet earth is resonating with the energies coming from the center of our galaxy due to the fact that the OM-symbol has also a sound/vibration/energy associated to it. It is produced due to the fast-moving atoms, planets, stars and galaxies. This sound was perceived during meditation by Rishi Vishvamitra thousands of years ago, who mentioned it to other colleagues. All of them then unanimously decided to call this sound OM, the name of God, because this sound is available in all the three conditions of time, hence it is "sat" (permanent).

This "universal OM-Tone" is the gravitational frequency of the smallest Black Hole of unity and of the quantumfrequency of the photons on it's gravitational circle and corresponds with the tone Cis (135,57 Hz) und is named the "Sound of Unity".

Now lets go back to the ray that is entering the solar system now at this time: the ancient vedic Rishis and the Mayans knew that the calibration of the galactic center with our solar system will happen periodically due to the synchronous movements of both systems.

Some are waiting for the solar system to enter a "Photon Belt" which is only another way of describing that approaching energy, ending the so called "Kali Yuga", the dark iron age.


My theses are:
1. The object in the center of our galaxy is represented by the Om-symbol, well known for many thousands of years in Asia.

2. The energy associated with the Om-symbol is identical with the neutrino radiation and other energies coming from the center of our galaxy. These energies may bealso identical with what is called Chi/Ki in chinese tradition, Prana in the indian Vedas, Orgon by W. Reich and Tachion-Energy in the New Age jargon.

3. Without these energies perhaps there is no life possible. This energy may be experienced in spiritual ecstasy, evoked by meditation, chanting of mantras, Tai Chi, Tantra and other practices, perhaps even with the help of technical devices or crystals.
This energy is physiologically connected with the higher chacras and the Cranio Sacral Liquor flowing rhythmically around the spine.

4. The neutrino emissions, radiating as a scalarwave connects every body in the galaxy with the black hole residing in the center.

5. The "quality" of the neutrino emissions is changing over time, because their speed is faster than light but does not have the same speed all the time. If a star, as it apparently happened in 1995, falls into the black hole, more neutrinos are emitted due to the conversion of matter to energy. The faster neutrinos arrive first in the solar system. I would call the transformation of matter to energy "the devolution of matter".

6. All the billion galaxies that bear a black hole in it´s center are interconnected by neutrino-scalar waves.

7. The rotational plane of the OM and the black hole is rotating at right angles to the galactic plane, otherwise we would only see the side of a flat disk. The black hole´s axis northpole is at this time by chance directed to the solar system and by this radiating neutrinos in the jets coming from it's north-pole to our solar system.

8. There was no "Big Bang", the evolution und devolution of matter is takeing place all the time with the help of black holes.

Scientists agree that a black hole is emitting neutrinos.
Neutrinos are "particles" that change their charge so fast, that their average charge is zero. Thats why their charge is immeasurable, only their existence could be proved. Their speed is faster than light. Otherwise they would not be able to escape the gravitation of a black hole. They are emitted as a scalar wave. A scalar wave is not emitted spherically like electromagnetic or light waves. Scalar waves are directed longitudinal waves that resonate with a recipient, that means that there is a repercussion from the receiver to the transmitter. Neutrinos are slowed down or even cought by the sun, but almost all penetrating the Earth (and our bodys) without any effect (they say). Scientists have installed huge tanks containing gallium-arsenid or water inside of deep mines, surrounded by thousands of detectors, that are able to detect the photons that are emitted when a neutrino
hits a nucleus of an atom.

Recording in radio wavelength

Unambiguous Evidence for Monstrous Black Hole at Center of Our Galaxy

Presented by UCLA Astronomer Andrea Ghez
Date: September 7, 1998

Answering one of astronomy's most important questions, UCLA astronomer Andrea Ghez reported today at a conference in Tucson, Ariz., that a monstrous black hole resides at the center of our Milky Way galaxy, with a mass of about 3 million times that of our sun. In her research, Ghez used the 10-meter Keck I Telescope - the world's largest optical and infrared telescope - atop Mauna Kea in Hawaii to study the movement of 200 stars that are close to the galactic center. Ghez studied these stars each year since 1995, using a technique she refined called "infrared speckle interferometry." "Black holes cannot be seen directly, but their influence on nearby stars is very visible and provides a signature," said Ghez. "We have found that signature in the rapid movement of the 20 or so stars that are most affected by its gravitational influence." These 20 stars are orbiting ever closer to the black hole at a blinding speed of up to three million miles per hour -- about 10 times the speed at which stars typically move. The rapid speed at which the stars closest to the galactic center are moving reveals that the mass of the black hole - 3 million solar masses - must be concentrated in a single object, she said. The star that was closest to the black hole in 1995 has since disappeared. Ghez has a number of possible theories to explain its disappearance, ranging from the mundane to the exotic.

One explanation for observing a bright source in only one image, Ghez said, is that it was a "gravitational lensing event," which

occurs when the light path from a star passing behind the black hole is bent by the strong gravitational field of the black hole. Alternatively, it could have been a flare due to a star falling into the black hole. Ghez, however, acknowledges that scientists may never learn which theory is correct***. The center of the Milky Way was identified in 1968 by Eric Becklin, a UCLA professor of physics and astronomy. Its general location in the galaxy is known, but not its precise location. The center of the Milky Way is located due south in the summer sky. The black hole at the center of our galaxy came into existence billions of years ago, perhaps as very massive stars collapsed at the end of their life cycles and coalesced into a single, supermassive object. Ghez studied the stars closest to the galactic center to observe the movement of these stars. She has been able to accurately predict the locations of the stars closest to the galactic center. Ghez has the highest resolution images of the galactic center ever obtained, which allow precise measurement of a group of stars close to the galactic center. Keck's large diameter allows Ghez to see fine details and to position the stars - details which were crucial in establishing the existence of the supermassive black hole.
***OM-mans theory: maybe we can learn from neutrino emissons, faster than light, what happened. Or, even keeping in mind the distance of about 24000 LJ, there could be an effect due to no-time tunneling of a neutrino-scalarwave (which could even correspond to the effects of the postulated "Photon Belt").

I found the following on the website of David Wilcock but this link does not work anymore. (

The Sun’s magnetic field is over 230 percent stronger now than it was at the beginning of the 1900s, and its overall energetic activity has sizably increased, creating a frenzy of activity that continues to embarrass NASA’s official predictions.
VENUS: Venus is now glowing in the dark, as is Jupiter’s moon Io.

EARTH: In the last 30 years, Earth’s icecaps have thinned out by as much as 40 percent. Quite inexplicably, just since 1997 the structure of the Earth has shifted from being slightly more egg-shaped, or elongated at the poles, to more pumpkin-shaped, or flattened at the poles. No one at NASA has even bothered to try to explain this yet.

MARS: The icecaps of Mars noticeably melted just within one year, causing 50-percent changes in surface features. Atmospheric density had risen by 200 percent above previous observations as of 1997.

JUPITER: Jupiter has become so highly energized that it is now surrounded by a visibly glowing donut tube of energy in the path of the moon Io. The size of Jupiter’s magnetic field has more than doubled since 1992.

SATURN: Saturn’s polar regions have been noticeably brightening, and its magnetic field strength increasing.

URANUS: According to NASA’s Voyager II space probe, Uranus and Neptune both appear to have had recent magnetic pole shifts – 60 degrees for Uranus and 50 for Neptune.

NEPTUNE: Neptune has become 40 percent brighter in infrared since 1996, and is fully 100-percent brighter in certain areas. Also, Neptune’s moon Triton has had a “very large percentage increase” in atmospheric pressure and temperature, comparable to a 22-degree Fahrenheit increase on Earth.

PLUTO: As of September 2002, Pluto has experienced a 300-percent increase in its atmospheric pressure in the last 14 years, while also becoming noticeably darker in color.
Recent infrared and x-ray views of our galaxy’s core have revealed a plasma torus (doughnut-shaped ring), or plasmoid, less than two light-years across. Because dust blocks visible light, viewing the core has not been possible until the advent of telescopes that can "see” infrared and x-ray light, which can penetrate dust. The x-ray radiation from the plasmoid is typical of that given off by highly excited stars, indicating extremely strong electrical stress. The strong electrical field in the plasmoid acts as a particle accelerator. Electrons accelerated to high speeds will spiral in a magnetic field and give off x-rays. They also give off x-rays when they pass near a heavier ion.

The plasmoid also accelerates ions—primarily hydrogen and helium nuclei—to high speeds. The ions collide and fuse to build up heavier nuclei. This accounts for the plasmoid’s observed enrichment in oxygen and iron.

The plasmoid is the "generator” that powers the intermittent ejections from a galactic core. In a galactic circuit, electrical power flows inward along the spiral arms, lighting the stars as it goes, and is concentrated and stored in the central plasmoid. When the plasmoid reaches a threshold density, it discharges, usually along the galaxy’s spin axis. This process can be replicated in a laboratory with the plasma focus device.

The discharge forms a jet of neutrons, heavy ions, and electrons. The neutrons decay to form concentrations of matter that appear as quasars. Electromagnetic forces confine the jet to thin filaments that remain coherent for thousands of light-years. The jet usually ends in double layers that extend for many times the size of the galaxy and radiate copiously in radio frequencies. The diffuse currents then flow toward the galaxy’s equatorial plane and spiral back toward the core.

A core plasmoid was first discovered in the Andromeda galaxy, our neighbor and possibly our "mother”. With this discovery of the plasmoid at the core of the Milky Way, we can expect similar discoveries for all nearby galaxies.

Driving Forces of the Milky Way

The core of our galaxy is a region full of mysteries, including flares that can brighten the central area by a factor of four in a few days or by a factor of two in forty minutes. From an electric universe point of view, this is the most active expression of the electric power of the Milky Way.

Dust veils most of the core of the Milky Way from optical observations, but today's radio, infrared, ultraviolet and x-ray telescopes uncover intriguing images and data about the activity at the center of our home galaxy. It's a region full of mysteries, including the remnants of an unexplained hyper-explosion a few thousand years ago and flares that can brighten the central area by a factor of four in a few days or by a factor of two in forty minutes.

From an electric universe point of view, this is the most active expression of the electric power of the Milky Way. This is where currents are focused from the spiral arms down into a tiny donut-shaped plasmoid.

From the center of this plasmoid, electric currents spray out from the axis of the galaxy, then return along the spiral arms, inducing magnetic fields and lighting up the stars. The energy stored in the plasmoid is released in prodigious outbursts of high speed particles and radiation, heralded by explosive flares.
May 14. 2008
Chandra Uncovers Youngest Supernova in Our Galaxy
The most recent supernova in our galaxy has been discovered by tracking the rapid expansion of its remains. This result, using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and the National Radio Astronomy Observatory's Very Large Array, will help improve our understanding of how often supernovae explode in the Milky Way galaxy.
The supernova explosion occurred about 140 years ago, making it the most recent in the Milky Way. Previously, the last known supernova in our galaxy occurred around 1680, an estimate based on the expansion of its remnant, Cassiopeia A.

Supernova remnant G1.9+0.3. Image Credit: X-ray (NASA/CXC/NCSU/S. Reynolds et al.); Radio (NSF/NRAO/VLA/Cambridge/D. Green et al.); Infrared (2MASS/UMass/IPAC-Caltech/NASA/NSF/CfA/E. Bressert)

Finding such a recent, obscured supernova is a first step in making a better estimate of how often the stellar explosions occur. This is important because supernovae heat and redistribute large amounts of gas, and pump heavy elements out into their surroundings. They can trigger the formation of new stars as part of a cycle of stellar death and rebirth. The explosion also can leave behind, in addition to the expanding remnant, a central neutron star or black hole.
The recent supernova explosion was not seen with optical telescopes because it occurred close to the center of the galaxy and is embedded in a dense field of gas and dust. This made the object about a trillion times fainter, in optical light, than an unobscured supernova. However, the remnant it caused can be seen by X-ray and radio telescopes.
"We can see some supernova explosions with optical telescopes across half of the universe, but when they're in this murk we can miss them in our own cosmic backyard," said Stephen Reynolds of North Carolina State University in Raleigh, who led the Chandra study. "Fortunately, the expanding gas cloud from the explosion shines brightly in radio waves and X-rays for thousands of years. X-ray and radio telescopes can see through all that obscuration and show us what we've been missing."
Astronomers regularly observe supernovae in other galaxies like ours. Based on those observations, researchers estimate about three explode every century in the Milky Way.
"If the supernova rate estimates are correct, there should be the remnants of about 10 supernova explosions that are younger than Cassiopeia A," said David Green of the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom, who led the Very Large Array study. "It's great to finally track one of them down."
The tracking of this object began in 1985, when astronomers, led by Green, used the Very Large Array to identify the remnant of a supernova explosion near the center of our galaxy. Based on its small size, it was thought to have resulted from a supernova that exploded about 400 to 1000 years ago.
Twenty-two years later, Chandra observations revealed the remnant had expanded by a surprisingly large amount, about 16 percent, since 1985. This indicates the supernova remnant is much younger than previously thought.
That young age was confirmed in recent weeks when the Very Large Array made new radio observations. This comparison of data pinpoints the age of the remnant at 140 years - possibly less if it has been slowing down - making it the youngest on record in the Milky Way.
Besides being the record holder for youngest supernova, the object is of considerable interest for other reasons. The high expansion velocities and extreme particle energies that have been generated are unprecedented and should stimulate deeper studies of the object with Chandra and the Very Large Array.
"No other object in the galaxy has properties like this," Reynolds said. "This find is extremely important for learning more about how some stars explode and what happens in the aftermath."
These results are scheduled to appear in The Astrophysical Journal Letters. NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., manages the Chandra program for NASA's Science Mission Directorate in Washington. The Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory controls Chandra's science and flight operations from the Chandra X-ray Center in Cambridge, Mass.

Additional information and images are available at:

Media contacts: Jennifer Morcone 256-544-7199
Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala.
Megan Watzke 617-496-7998
Chandra X-ray Center, Cambridge, Mass.

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