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In our galaxy there are black holes near the nineteenth planet. We will have to first understand what is a black hole. Encyclopedia Britannica explained it in the following way-

"When stars are near the black holes, only then the existence of black holes is known. When stars are near the black holes then their rays fall on black holes and their temperature increases and these rays look like x - rays, Gamma - rays and other strong rays. But black hole cannot be seen.

Schwarts child thinks, because the stars are while or black the heavenly bodies are more attracted because of gravitational force, and its force increases. When stars like sun's attraction cycle becomes less than 1.75 miles radius, then the gravitational force increases so much that it won't be able to emit light or rays also. This is called black hole.
There is a black hole in the Schwats child radius, and there is a colour cycle surrounding it. These two stay in harmony with each other. In this stage one star entered the territory of colour cycle, and the balance was disturbed.

Vriksha - This colour cycle keeps on expanding itself for its existence.
Suparna - These are two stars with brightness and roaming with great speed. Stars revolve inside the colour cycle, and after, stabilising there creates waves or cycles over there.

The Indian Critics have given the story of 'Nabhanedishta'. He was the son of 'Man'. He went to his teacher's home for studies. His two elder brothers distributed the wealth among themselves. When he came back he asked to his father about his portion of wealth. The father told him, Angiras Rishi has performed Yadnya of 6 days. Nobody knows what he is going to do on the seventh day, so go complete the 7th day of the yadnya and come back. Whatever he gives you as a gift will be your share of the wealth. So Nabhanedishta went and completes the yadnya. Angiras gave him 1000 cows. Nabhanedisht met Rudra on his way back. He said, " The Dakshina given on the last day of the Yadnya is mine. Go and ask father. Nabhanedishta went home. His father said, "Rudra is right". Nabhanedishta came back and he gave away the 1000 cows to Rudra. Rudra was pleased with this act, and he gave back those cows to Nabhanedishta.

e will think about this story in a scientific manner. We know that six Manvantaras have been completed and seven Manvantara is going on. The two elder sons of manu Rurip the core of beams. Nabhanedishta divided the incidences of the beams among the two sons and he had to then see how the seventh Manvantara would start. Rudra gave permission for the creation of life in the beginning of the seventh Manvantara. So we can thing about this Sukta in case of black holes and colour cycles.

You have imagined 5 parts of this sukta. First four Ruchas got help of stars, and how the colour cycle developed, this explanation is as follows: The black holes and the colour cycle were trying to attain a balance. In this phase one star entered the colour cycle area, and tried to increase the power of colour cycle. Because of this, the extreme sounds became still stronger. Chaitanya data pita and Pradarshan Kartrimata both became more powerful and rich. The seven strengths became so powerful that no stranger could defeat me.
There was one element, which was glowing and heading towards the black hole. The element projected as if it is going to submerge in the black hole. But this was not the case. That element was so powerful that it made the whole universe beautiful and glowing. When it went near the black hole it examined the black hole, it made noises of crushing stone. This tremendous sound, noise prevented the universe from going inside the black hole.

Such a horrible movement occurred that time just like thoughts crowding in the mind. This made the Deeghit Yadnya brighter and it started radiating light and at the same time dark rays. One rapidly going ray was also there. This went into another flow.

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