The center of the Milky Way Galaxy is the center (heart), eye of creation. It is connected to 2012, Milky Way Center, Ouroboros, the Eye of the Galaxy, the heart, and my experience with the spirit of my unborn grandson, Dylan in the Great Pyramid on December 12, 2000 at 12:12 pm. The center of our Milky Way Galaxy is in the constellation Sagittarius, December 18th. In the year 2012 the center moves to December 19, the day Dylan turns 12. He told me that is when I would return. The bar comes to me as a 'key' that is turned to unlock something that is hermetically sealed in time.
Just as I can 'feel' the texture of the black mass, the eye / eyelashes / filaments / Sagittarius Web, of the Milky Way Galaxy at the center eye, so, too, can I feel this 'handle' in my hand and with that a need to turn it clockwise. Stars represent soul sparks ... preparing and waiting to be free. The bar feature is 27,000 light years in length. 27=9. 27 reversed is 72. 3X12 = 36X2 = 72, all part of the pattern or blueprint / clueprint.
The bar at the center of the galaxy MSNBC, August 17, 2005
A new infrared survey that claims to be the most comprehensive structural analysis of our galaxy confirms previous evidence for a central bar of stars. The bar is embedded in the center of the galaxy's spiral arms and cuts across the heart of it all where a super massive black hole resides. The survey found that the bar is longer than thought and sits at a sharp angle to the galaxy's main plane.
The bar is made of relatively old and red stars, the survey shows. It is about 27,000 light-years long, or roughly 7,000 light-years longer than previously thought. Churchwell's team also found that the bar is oriented at about a 45-degree angle relative to the main plane of the galaxy, in which the sun and the other spiral-arm stars orbit.
A light-year is the distance light travels in a year, about 6 trillion miles (10 trillion kilometers).Other stars exist outside the galaxy's main plane. The Milky Way, like many galaxies, is surrounded by a sparsely populated spherical halo of stars. The main galactic disk is about 100,000 light-years wide, and the Sun sits about 26,000 light-years from the center. Bars are fairly common in large spiral galaxies, but some do not have them.
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