> What happened to create the Big Bang?
Well all we can do is exchange stories with each other and if one is better than another, go with the one that we like the best, till a better one comes along.
I'm pulling in a bit of Bashar theory here, as I have nothing better.
My answer goes something a bit like this, unless there is an Observer, then there is no point for anything to exist. In fact, "The Universe" and everything is just part of an observation to explore the possibilities of "Existance".
With black Holes, spare Electrical Energy needs to go somewhere. So you'd expect there to be something like a Black Hole to exist somewhere in the Universe.
Analogous to the Black Hole would be the Ground Plug in your Home Electricity system. That's where the unused power goes. A Bath hole where the Water drains out.
Physical Reality is nothing more than crystalised Energy. It's Energy that's vibrating at a very low frequency. Like Ice, Water and Steam, Physical Reality is like Ice is to water.
Black Holes could be locations where physical matter (err Energy) is raised in frequency to return to Spirit or to God frequency.
They are some sort of vortex. I don't think that we've really worked out what is going on there.
> One species very far away, if the learned of us, they would think of us as food.
That's the nature of Creation. We are all made for each other. The notion that the Earth is a fish tank and we are all food for the Archons has had books written about it. Since we have multiple lives it shouldn't bother us that this might happen since we have done it to others - beef, fish, lamb and even plants have some sort of conciousness.
We are here now, so it means that we survived.
> She chronicled in the book Voices From The Cosmos. And too, put together a spread sheet of the contacts and details.
> This is a project that Farsight could expand upon.
Courtney has done something similar I believe.
> What was there before this? Where is the edge of the universe? What is the universe expanding into? Is there more than one universe? And so forth.
Time is a Torroid, not a straight line. It goes round and round.
Mathematically, Time must be like this.
The reason is that the Physical Universe is a four dimensional system that we navigate through. "Worlds" are created much like Computer Games. We drop in and stay there for "Physical Reality" experience and when we are done we pop out.
We spend our "Now moment" changing the coordinate of where we are in the physical Universe which includes a rotating time system to ensure that we don't run into ourselves or have exactly the same experience over and over again.
Or maybe we do.