Question The Hubble telescope is how we’re getting these fabulous images from so far away, it’s almost unfathomable yet our astronomers can tell us just using mathematics that this is a star being born or this is a black hole in development and I always wonder if they are bluffing because it’s all the math they are using. So my question is twofold: are these actually what they say they are and are we likely to see new images different than what we are now seeing either through the Hubble telescope or through these rovers that we send far, far away to other planets?
Answer from the Ascended Master Saint Germain through Kim Michaels. This answer was given at a conference in Holland in 2017.
Nothing is as the materialists say it is, but nevertheless the Hubble telescope is, of course, recording valid data that scientists are interpreting within their current worldview, within their current thought system. There are, of course, other ways to interpret the data.
It is clear that what humankind is doing with astronomy is exactly what they are doing with particle accelerators. They are trying to discover more and more details. Whether you go to smaller and smaller subatomic particles or whether you go further and further into the universe, you will never reach something ultimate and you will never reach the ultimate understanding.
As you can keep dividing the distance between here and there into the halfway point indefinitely, you can actually keep traveling out or reaching out into the universe indefinitely. I said you could reach into the universe indefinitely, I did not thereby say that the universe is infinite. Because there is a subtle distinction to be made that even Einstein had intuitively seen.
If you traveled out into space and kept going in the same direction, you would one day return to your starting point from the opposite direction. Even though it is not quite as simple as explained by Einstein, the reality is that when you travel further and further into space, there will come a point where you are actually beginning to look back towards where you came from but because you are seeing this from a different perspective, you think you are seeing something different.
The real issue here is, again, whether you look deeply within matter or whether you look further and further into space, you will never discover that final discovery that will give you the theory of everything. You will only do this when you step back and look at the whole and you will actually only fully understand the universe when you stop looking at the smallest and stop looking at the biggest and start looking in the mirror. Because it is only by looking at consciousness and the role of consciousness, coming to understand this, that you will understand the world in which you live.
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