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  • Writer's pictureJennifer Battershill

Black Holes, Dark Matter, Multidimensional, Spirits & Orbs

The fractal nature of reality. Within the macro world, we see our perception of reality—the food chain and environment and the complex interactions it creates. Moe, Gnostic Warrior, has written countless blogs on this. And in my prior blog, within the cell picture, you see the same interactions at a smaller than microscopic level and acting much faster.

The same is true at the galactic level, and it's reasonable to assume at the universe level.

For all the exploration of space, we still don't know what it is doing. Maybe it's working on timescales that make it impossible to decode and would be like determining all of life from a photograph.

Could the existence of dark matter, great attractors, and other structures have the potential to be universal-level equivalents of cell structures or social interactions? I suspect there is something to be said about how Intelligence isn't limited to humans. Even in humans, external boundaries, stimuli, and the need to live governs human decisions.

Are we free thinkers, or do we just perceive that in our position within the larger group of fractal life? Seeing the universe at 14 billion light years, the galaxy at a few hundred, and the solar systems at tens of light years?

The world at 8,000 Miles, cells at microns, And elements at the border of the quantum world. All of these size dimensions have their own rules that govern them, different aspects that are important in how time, gravity, and space play a role. But they are all orb shaped. This exploration has only been in 3rd dimensions; however, through those of size, which appears how to impact how time is perceived. Our minds are always stuck on three dimensions as the aspects of life we see daily. Maybe orbs are not so limited and are just the edges of dimensions touching the edge of the 3rd dimensions we experience. The potential for them to be lenses to entire worlds, galaxies, universes, or just another realm where none of them exists, and there is the capability of moving truly in 4th dimensions. Or they could be projected less to other realities either by design or by accident. Or they could be from a spiritual realm where their rules govern them differently but transcending in size. Size and time may be different. We see them as a tiny dot and a quick flicker which for them may be a lifetime. Or on their end, they're larger, or the perception of size can be different. Maybe even our view of 3D forces us to see orbs as individual items but can't see the connected nature, just as the cell picture is contained to us but looks just like a city where everything is individual but connected.

Take a black hole, the most extreme portion of physics, which appears to have an orb-shaped event horizon. However, mathematically, the actual shape of a black hole could be anything - but only if the universe has more than three dimensions and 1-time dimension. ?? In this case, the outer visible portion would be circular. Still, the inside concealed from view could be anything. This is what we often see in orbs. The outer ring is circular but within the order contains many different complex shapes within - if this follows the same rules as black holes, then this would indeed show higher dimensions are required and do exist for orbs. Some form of dimensional physics could then expose orbs within a structure that is not constrained by 3-dimensions of size and one dimension of time. Instead, they could be a multi-dimensional painted onto a 3-dimensional world, the same as a line that looks like a point from the end, or a square is just one side of a cube. An orb or maybe even a series of orbs could be the visible portion of a multi-dimensional structure – like an octopus sticking the ends of its tentacles out of the water.

In Summary, life and time are governed by size. But what if time and life are not constrained by 3-dimensions?


Courtesy of Gnostic Warrior, Moe, for his brilliant blog and for showing us the similarities of the following.

"Interestingly, these fungi are also known as networks of filaments that trade carbon for the eternal light-bringer we know is science by the Greek name – Phosphorus and in Latin, Lucifer."


Computer simulation - the universe is distributed in a "cosmic web" of filaments.

Large-scale dark-matter simulation.


Neurons, also known as nerve cells, send and receive signals from your brain. While neurons have a lot in common with other types of cells, they’re structurally and functionally unique.

Brain neurons are something that psychically came through to me. Perhaps because of our dreams, when we dream, we go elsewhere. Astral traveling to other dimensions. Flo Saul, June 28, 2017, writes, "Even if we look at the Bible this shows us how Jacob saw a staircase that connected both heaven and earth together. It is often assumed that when we have a dream and it is mostly lucid in nature, remembered by the dreamer then we are encountering astral projection. In order to understand astral projection, especially in the dream, state scientists have often associated astral projection with the multidimensional nature of our subconscious mind. In another respect, astral projection can also be the link at which we display our reality is not only physical.

I remember my dreams in such detail and am confident I'm elsewhere.




These photos were taken above my house on 6/15/2019.

Articles for reference:

Mathematicians Find an Infinity of Possible Black Hole Shapes

by Steve Nadis, January 24, 2023

"In three-dimensional space, the surface of a black hole must be a sphere. But a new result shows that in higher dimensions, an infinite number of configurations are possible. "

"The new work is purely theoretical. It does not tell us whether such black holes exist in nature. But if we were to somehow detect such oddly shaped black holes — perhaps as the microscopic products of collisions at a particle collider — “that would automatically show that our universe is higher-dimensional,” said Marcus Khuri, a geometer at Stony Brook University and co-author of the new work along with Jordan Rainone, a recent Stony Brook math Ph.D. “So it’s now a matter of waiting to see if our experiments can detect any.”"

Black holes and dark matter — are they one and the same?

by Jim Shelton, December 16, 2021

"A black hole is a point in space where matter is so tightly compacted it creates intense gravity. Not even light can resist its pull. Black holes are found at the centers of most galaxies."

"Primordial black holes created in the first instants after the Big Bang — tiny ones smaller than the head of a pin and supermassive ones covering billions of miles — may account for all of the dark matter in the universe."

Gnostic Warrior

Dark Matter: Surfing the light of cosmic filaments into space and beyond

by Moe, January 2020

"To further expand upon these ancient teachings of the universal life force and the spider web of the Native Americans, I would like to put forth modern research showing the modern science that further explains these teachings along with my modern fungi mycelium network theory.- Research that may one day prove that this universal life force which I simply call a mycelium internet on earth actually connects to the heavens via what scientists call today a “cosmic or galaxy filament” – the largest known structures in the universe.

Structures that are starting to reveal the secrets of “Dark Matter.”

Scientists are finding that these cosmic filaments are massive thread-like web formations comprising huge amounts of dark matter which divide the universe into a vast gravitationally linked lattice interspersed with enormous dark matter voids.

The clusters and superclusters which connect to form filaments in the web due to gravity which researchers say make our Universe appear like foam or a sponge and may act as the skeleton of the Universe.

It is thought that this dark matter dictates the structure of the Universe on the grandest of scales.

Now, let me turn your attention from to the stars down here on earth to take a microscopic look at the massive underground networks of fungi (molds) in the soil and our bodies that look almost exactly the same as Cosmic Filament.

Interestingly, these fungi are also known as networks of filaments that trade carbon for the eternal light-bringer we know is science by the Greek name – Phosphorus and in Latin, Lucifer."


"About 95 percent of the mass of our galaxy is invisible and does not interact with light. It is made of a mysterious substance called dark matter, which has never been directly measured."

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