The Mayans knew of the supermassive black hole at the Galactic Centre as 'Hunab Ku' or 'The Sole God'. The Galactic Butterfly as also called by the Mayans, the supermassive black hole we know as Sagittarius A does in fact exist and is believed to be a gateway to other galaxies beyond our Sun.
A place where stars die and new stars are born, all in this magnificent swirl at the centre of which is the invisible Galactic Centre !
The sprawling Auger Cosmic Ray Observatory in South America has produced its first major discovery while still under construction. The international Auger collaboration has traced the rain of high-energy cosmic rays that continually pelts the Earth to the cores of nearby galaxies, which emit prodigious quantities of energy.
Astronomers now know that cosmic rays don’t come from all regions of the sky, but they’re shot out from actively feeding supermassive black holes. The exact process that creates the cosmic rays isn’t fully understood, but astronomers think that the environment around an active supermassive is ferocious, to say the least. Powerful magnetic fields are generated, which can act like natural particle accelerators, pushing protons to energy levels much higher than anything physicists could recreate with our technology. These cosmic rays emitted from the Sagittarius A have the potential to alter our DNA & consciousness and these changes are being seen now and are increasing progressively as we approach the winter solstice of 2012.
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