MAYDAY 1500: SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 2019

Scientists stunned after spotting record-shattering supernova. First observed in 2016, it’s taken three years for them to verify that far,

far, away, what’s happening is the explosion in a previously unknown galaxy, one billion light years away, … of a star.

Far, far, away; one billion light years ago a star two hundred times more massive than our own, exploded. The bright light in the sky that scientists

only now see, reflect happenings from long, long ago. As if in warning: “Listen, Don — to the scientists.”

“Listen — Don — to the scientists.” Assure that your legacy to humanity shall be, as is the cosmically, bright light, pulsating, — as if, from Heaven,

far, far — away, emanating. That bright light in the sky from long, long ago; acting now, as … beacon.

Heed indeed Don, Art’s wise words. Listen, to the scientists. Assure that your legacy to humanity shall be as is the cosmically, bright beacon,

pulsating far, far away. A bright light today; a supernova explosion from long, long ago, acts today, as beacon.

What is a bright light today invisible albeit to the naked eye, once was a supernova, explosion. Acting these days, as beacon, its first blinding

flash, has given way to a lighthouse-like, flashing. Since 2016 — receding, in time — a, reminder … dimming.

A cosmic reminder to US; of, the future. What’s happened in the past, matters. As does what’s happening, presently. Energy, Omnipotently,

metaphysically, with matter, connected. A supernova explosion —transformed, these days — into a beacon, Omnipotently.

What’s happened in the past, matters. As does what’s happening, presently. Energy, metaphysically with matter may be by Him, Omnipotently,

connected. Witness a star transformed into a near perpetual beacon US may lock on to. As He’d have it, Omnipotently.

 

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