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Posted by Richard Ruquist on February 11, 2001 23:33:24 UTC

The Harvard Deep Universe survey of ther universe published by Geller contains pictures of all the known galaxy locations in the universe. The very first picture obtained, which was a slice of the universe in the direction of the Great Attractor, contains an image of a human. Rather the configuration of all the galaxies looks like a human.

So many of us jumped to the conclusion that it was an image of god. Only problem is that it seemed to have 4 arms instead of two. That would make it an image of Krishna rather than Christ.

So can we conclude that Christ is in the stars, mostly from our local galaxy, whereas Krishna is imaged in the galaxies.

I have always intuitively thought that there must be a heirarchy of gods.
One for the earth,
who reports to the one for the solar system,
who reports to the one for the milky way,
who reports to the one for the local super cluster,
who reports to the one for the universe,
who reports to the one for the mother universe that gave birth to our universe,
and so on all the way back to infinity.

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