By Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© May 2016, L.D. Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
A topic of controversy in modern physics is the nature of black holes. This article may help clarify what they are, and how they work.
Definition. A black hole is an area of outer space that is in the shape of a donut with a lot of thickness and often of large size.
A vortex. This area or vortex spins, and energy moves downward through it. It is very dangerous for any matter that comes close to it. Anything that approaches it is sucked into the vortex and through it.
No mass. In other words, it has very powerful gravity that pulls everything nearby into it, even though it has no mass whatsoever. This has puzzled scientists for years.
Destructive. When this occurs, the matter is condensed and comes out the other end of the donut hole in a different form. Human beings, animals, ships and everything else that is sucked into the donut hole is generally destroyed in the process. For this reason, spacecraft must avoid these areas or be ruined.
WHY IS THERE SO MUCH GRAVITY AROUND BLACK HOLES?
The reason is that the spinning motion moves ether into and through the vortex or donut at a very high rate of speed. Gravity is actually just ether pressure. Normally, ether moves toward objects with mass, and this gives these objects gravity.
In the case of a black hole, there is no mass, but there is fast movement of ether, so the effect is the same.
WHAT PRODUCES THE DONUT OR VORTEX?
This becomes very unusual. It is a group of souls that use their mind to move the energy downward and they spin it to the right at the same time. They also move energy inward at the same time.
This combination, mainly, produces the donut shape. It also produces the heavy gravity and the destructiveness of a black hole.
WHY WOULD SOULS PRODUCE BLACK HOLES?
They do this because of another property of black holes. They produce matter from energy, in accordance with the simple equation, E=MC2 (Energy equals Mass times the Speed Of Light squared).
There is a need for more matter in space, and this is the fastest and best way to produce it.
Black holes are highly destructive, so black holes often appear in areas of space that have few planets or other objects that could be destroyed.
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