Black holes are vorticy terminals that connect consciousnesses throughout the known universe, making up the cosmic mind. This allows ones to channel beings from other worlds and galaxies.
The Universal consciousness is the ability to tap into, communicate, or access the consciousness of all matter beyond the social aspect of collective consciousness. Universal consciousness is part of the Cosmic Mind, which utilizes many forms of communication, predominantly Telepathy. Being part of the Cosmic Mind allows one to establish contact with extraterrestrials.
The Cosmic Mind can be explained in the study of black holes. A black hole is a vortex of a collection of particles, even to the degree of very subtle matter, that is endowed with a rapid rotary motion around an axis. These vorticities are part of the Cartesian theory that account for the formation of the universe. Caroline Cory, author of GOD Among Us: Inside The Mind of the Divine Masters, explores the black hole concept with Dr. Shields of Harvard, in her 2017 film Gods Among Us. Cory describes thought patterns as "thought particles" that can be stored in certain vorticities of the universe, in particular black holes. She explains that the structure of space is configured with black holes that store information on its surface, including thought particles. The information particles stored in the surface of every black hole of the universe can be accessed through Universal consciousness. Once one has linked in to this type of particle information, they can speak extraterrestrial languages, understand extraterrestrial symbols, and access teleportation and time travel. This entire construct makes up the Cosmic Mind.
A White hole is a hypothetical reverse black hole of spacetime, which cannot be entered from the outside. Matter and light can escape, causing illumination. It may also operate as a type of vorticy terminal in the cosmic mind.
- ↑ Fade to Black, hosted by Jimmy Church (May 2, 2017), interview with Caroline Cory on the 2017 film Gods Among Us