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Astronomical age of Milky Way

This topic shall discuss the Age of Milky way during its current cycle of existence that was after the completion of the last Maha Kalpa Pralaya … Thus the calculated age of this topic is not the actual age of the Milky Way Galaxy, but it is an astronomical age of Milky Way …

This topic continues from the previous one “Pralaya and cycles of three” …

 

91-AA … After any Surya Samvatsara completes …

In this topic we shall discuss the time span of re-manifestation of manifest-light in the Milky Way Galaxy of which this planetary system is an intrinsic part …

In the earlier topic of “Pralaya and cycles of three” we had discussed through mathematical calculations that “3 Brahma Kalpa (i.e. three day-times of creator deity or Brahma) and 3 Brahma Ratri (i.e. (three night-times of creator deity or Brahma)” add up to make a Surya Samvatsara (which in other words, can be called as a Mahakalpa or a Maha Kalpa) which itself is the stage when all manifest light (Prakat Prakash) returns back to its parental subtle impressional state (Sookshma Samskarik Prakash Awastha) …

 

91-BB … Limitations of utilization of manifest light … Setting the base for calculating the Age of Milky way …

The same was also the basis of our earlier discussions in section 76-CC-4 in an earlier topic of “Astronomical age of universe” where basis speed of light we had calculated the age of universe as “13.802585355 billion human solar years”

And coincidentally, since above calculated age of universe is also found to be correct when it would be calculated from the exact time of completion of last Surya Samvatsara, (which in other words can also be called as a Maha Kalpa or a Mahakalpa), so the above stated value of the age of universe can only an “astronomical age of universe” and not the “actual age of universe” …

 

Proceeding further …

The state of return back of manifest light (i.e. Prakat Prakash Awastha) to its parental subtler impressional state (i.e. Sookshma Samskarik Prakash Awastha) is not the correct age of universe, as the multi-universal Maker’s Makings also relate to those aspects which are beyond the manifest state of light that are used as a base to know the astronomical age of anything …

To know the correct age of the current stage of progress of multi-universal Maker’s Makings and that too where this age shall also be limited the time of existence of the “current creator of Maker’s Makings (i.e. Chatur Mukha Pitamah Brahma Ji), almost 6000 of such Surya Samvatsara that have already passed by during the life time of the “current Brahma (present creator of present state of allness or Chatur Mukha Pitamah Brahma Ji) shall have to be studied and where this study shall also be related of those “ever incremental subtleties” which make those “impressional light states” of these “6000 Surya Samvatsara” that have already gone by within the lifetime of the current creator of allness (or Chatur Mukha Pitamah Brahma Ji) …

 

Proceeding further …

Thus if manifest light is used as a base to know the age (or distance) of anything celestial, then the maximum limit of that age of our observed celestial entity can only be of one Surya Samvatsara, which in an earlier topic of “Calculate Surya Samvatsara” was calculated as 25,920 million human solar years (as per middle time units of precession) …

Thus basis above paragraph, even if a celestial body was existent prior to the completion of last Surya Samvatsara, yet that component of its age which was prior to the completion of the last Surya Samvatsara, cannot ever be known if we use “manifest light (or Prakat Prakash) as a base of our observations and calculations …

Thus due to this limitation, what we would be calculating basis manifest light (Prakat Prakash) as a base of our observations and further calculations, would only get limited to the completion time of the last Surya Samvatsara … Thus in such a case, our calculated age would be restricted to the time when manifested light has re-emerged after completion of last Surya Samvatsara …

 

91-CC … Existence of Milky Way Galaxy …

Milky Way Galaxy was also existent prior the completion of the last “Surya Samvatsara Anta Pralaya (which in other words, can also be called as the stage of Mahakalpa Pralaya or Maha Kalpa Pralaya)” or in other words, the Milky Way was also existent prior to the time of last cyclic return back of manifest light (Prakat Prakash) to its own parental subtle impressional state (i.e. Sookshma Samskarik Prakash Awastha) …

But if we utilize manifest light which itself relates to the re-manifestation of light after completion of Surya Samvatsara, then the age of Milky Way can only be as we have named this topic i.e. Astronomical age of Milky Way …

And this age is definitely not the actual age of our Galaxy because the Milky Way Galaxy was also existent prior the last Surya Samvatsara was completed around “13.802585355 billion human solar years” (i.e. Astronomical age of universe) …

 

Proceeding further …

Basis this fact of light turning into its parental impressional state, in Section 76-CC-4 of an earlier topic of “Astronomical age of universe” we had mathematically calculated the age of universe as 13.802585355 billion human solar years

This cyclic return back of manifest light to its parental subtle impressional state is always there at the completion of a Surya Samvatsara whose time span is of “60 full-revolutions  of sun within its esoteric path that is denoted by the mathematical symbol of infinity” …

This time of Surya Samvatsara was calculated as 25,920 million human solar years (i.e. 60 cycles x 432 = 25,920 million human solar years, as per middle time units of precession) …

The re-emergence of manifest light within our plane of existence (i.e. the Milky Way Galaxy) in which this planetary systems exists and which had happened after completion of the last Surya Samvatsara Anta Pralaya (which in other words, can also be called as Maha Kalpa Pralaya) is the one to which the astronomical age of Milky Way relates … Surya Samvatsara is also a part of vast scopes of applicability of concept of “Nitya Pralay (cyclic destruction of universe)” as was discussed in earlier topic of “Nitya Pralaya” …

 

91-DD … Time taken for manifest light to re-manifest back …

During this time of return back of manifest light to its parental subtle impressional state, all manifest light from this part of the universe was returned back and thus there was a darkness of sorts in this part of the universe …

And the time which was taken for the newer manifest light to become present again and from the time of return back of earlier manifest light into its impressional state, was of “one quarter of one quarter of day of Brahma” …

So, the time difference from return back till re-manifestation and spread of manifest light into this part of universe was of “one quarter of one quarter of day of Brahma” after the time span of our earlier calculated “age of universe” …

 

91-EE-1 … Astronomical age of Milky Way Galaxy …

So above also means that the time difference between commencement of the current cycle of this universe which was arrived at after completion of last “Surya Samvatsara Pralaya” and then the later stage of re-manifestation of light within this plane of existence (i.e. Milky Way galaxy) where our world system is existing, was as follows …

Coincidently this time was also of commencement of the day-time of Brahma (i.e. a Brahma Kalpa, which in simple worlds can also be called as  a Kalpa) …

So if we calculate this time, then it becomes as follows …

(One-quarter of time of one Brahma Kalpa) / 4

{(4.32 / 4) / 4} = 0.27 billion human solar years (as per middle time units of precession)

 

Note: But since light manifests at the east facing Tatpurusha face of Sadashiva and that light eventually becomes visible at north facing Vamadeva face of Sadashiva, so light has to internally travel at arc of 90 degrees within Milky Way prior it can show up as manifest light (within Milky Way) …

So above time span need to be reduced to Zenith time units (as Zenith is of Vamadeva face of Shiva) in lieu of the middle time units of the Tatpurusha face of Shiva where light actually originates within the Milky Way …

 

So if we convert above value to Zenith time units, then it becomes as follows …

(Value at middle of precession / unitary time value at middle of precession) x zenith time units of precession

(0.27 / 66.6666667) x 61.3333333 = 0.2484 billion human solar years (as per zenith time units of precession)

Note: Values of 66.6666667 and 61.3333333 are directly taken from the earlier topic of “Unitary value of time

Above also means that the Milky Way was again populated with manifest light around 0.2484 billion human solar years (as per zenith time units of precession) after the last “Surya Samvatsara Pralaya” which itself is an intrinsic part of the process of “Nitya Pralay” had happened i.e. light in Milky way had re-manifested and repopulated the Milky Way after 0.2484 billion human solar years had passed by from our earlier calculated value of “Astronomical age of universe

 

Proceeding further …

Thus if we calculate the time of resumption of propagation of manifest light in the Milky Way galaxy, then it is found to be as follows …

 Astronomical age of universe – above calculated difference of value = Astronomical age of this plane of existence

 

Thus, in its current cycle of existence, if the age of Milky Way Galaxy is mathematically derived, then it would be found to be of a value as follows …

13.802585355 – 0.2484 = 13.5541854 billion human solar years

 

This is the age as per re-manifestation and then the later propagation of light and that too after the light travels from Tatpurusha face of Sadashiva (where light had actually originated) till the Vamadeva face of Sadashiva (where the light finally manifests out of the Milky Way Galaxy) …

 

Proceeding further …

But above calculated value (of 13.5541854 billion human solar years) shall also have a correction which was discussed in section 76-AA-2 of an earlier topic of “Astronomical age of universe” …

This correction was calculated as 0.019872 billion human solar years

And since we are calculating the age of individual entities that came by after the completion of last Surya Samvatsara and also that even later stage of re-manifestation and thence a re-propagation of manifest light (Prakat Prakash), so application of this correction shall also need to be considered be in way which is reverse from how we had used it in calculating the “Astronomical age of universe” …

So, the value of our calculation becomes as follows …

13.5541854 + 0.019872 = 13.5740574 billion human solar years

 

91-EE-2 … Concluding the value of astronomical age of Milky Way …

This discussion shall be in two parts …

  • Correct “Astronomical age of Milky Way Galaxy” …

The correct astronomical age of our Milky Way Galaxy which was after re-origination and re-propagation of light had taken place within it, is as it was calculated above and was stated as …

13.5740574 billion human solar years

 

  • If astronomical age of Milky Way is calculated at current time units

And if we were to calculate it at currently applicable time units of precession (i.e. by incremental distance method of modern astronomy) then it would become as follows …

13.802585355 – {(0.27 / 66.6666667) x 71.6} + (0.231984 / 10)

13.802585355 – 0.28998 + 0.0231984 = 13.5358038 billion human solar years

Note: Value of 0.27 is taken from section 91-EE-1 of above discussions …

Note: Values of 66.6666667 and 71.6 are taken from the earlier topic of “unitary value of time” …

Note: Value of 0.231984 is taken from the value of 231.984 million human solar years as stated in section 58-DD-4 of the earlier topic of “Calculating solar revolution (by solar revolution I mean the same as what modern astronomy calls as a Galactic year” and then reduced to the above stated value by adopting the same method as was discussed in section 76-AA-2 of the earlier topic of “Astronomical age of universe” …

 

And finally …

Anything that is out of ranges these two values must not be considered as correct because in such a case, it fails to comply with the macrocosmic primordial dimension of time (Kaal) and its eternal cycles (Kaalchakra) which in turn denotes a cosmic instability, that is not really there in this part of the universe (where the Milky way exists) …

And that which does not comply with Kaal and Kaalchakra, only denotes an instability, which our Milky Way Galaxy does not have as of now …

So if calculated “astronomical age of Milky way” is out of above stated range (values) then it cannot be deemed as correct …

 

Continues …

 

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