Black Hole Enthusiasts! Collision in the Galactic Center due in 2013!

For those who are disappointed that nothing much happened yesterday on the winter solstice (including the Apocalypse), we have something new to look forward to, and to ponder over the meaning of (especially for black hole/Galactic center enthusiasts).

A very pretty gas cloud, made up of particles of dust and matter that intend to collide with the Galactic Center next year!
A very pretty gas cloud, representing particles of dust and matter that intend to collide with the Galactic Center next year!

I tend to pay attention to Galactic center information. We are, technically, still well within the Galactic alignment “zone,” which was calculated as being 1998 +/- 18 years (1980-2016). Therefore, the coming gas cloud of 2013 qualifies as an event falling within the period of precessional alignment. This might prove to be significant, if only because it affects

The nuclear bulge (the Galactic Center): A bright and wide region of the Milky Way, visible to the naked eye between Sagittarius and Scorpio. The more precise and abstract center-point of the nuclear bulge is the precise Galactic Center, located at about 6˚ Sagittarius A*(sidereal) and 27˚ in the tropical zodiac.

Click here to see a digital portrayal of precession and galactic alignments
Click here to see a digital portrayal of precession and galactic alignments

This segment of the universe affects us, according to certain astrologers, who believe that what happens in the Galactic center as it affects the ecliptic plane of Earth, also affects our evolutionary consciousness:

There are three equatorial planes of three rotating astronomical spherical systems responsible for Earth’s Precessional Cross. The Celestial Equator (which is Earth’s equatorial plane projected into space), spins around and is perpendicular to Earth’s pole.

Similarly, the “ecliptic plane,” and the “galactic plane” are also perpendicular to their respective poles. Thus one spherical system (along with their poles and equatorial planes) nests within another system. The Earth’s spherical system nests within the solar (ecliptical) system, and the solar system nests within the galactic spherical system.

When we recognize these are spherical aspects of one unified cosmic order (intelligence), and that harmonic resonance occurs through the geometric relationship of these spherical systems, we can come to understand how the ever-changing geometric relationship of these spherical systems reveals an evolutionary process occurring in this greater intelligence or consciousness to which we belong.

According to the New Scientist, 2013 will

herald celestial fireworks of a different flavour, thanks to a gas cloud with three times Earth’s mass heading towards the usually placid supermassive black hole at the centre of the galaxy. The collision won’t be visible to the naked eye, but X-ray telescopes will pick up radiation from the shock wave created as the cloud slams into the halo of hot gas around the hole.

As the black hole, called Sagittarius A*, sits a mere 25,000 light years away—on our cosmic doorstep—the crash should provide an unprecedented view of material ploughing into a black hole. It could even yield important clues about what happened 300 years ago, when the black hole was much brighter than now.

As convenient as it would be to believe that the Mayans were capable of absolute accuracy in their determination of these cycles, I would bet you anything they could be off by a year.
As convenient as it would be to believe that the Mayans were capable of absolute accuracy in their determination of these cycles, I would bet you anything they could be off by a year.

If, as evolutionary astrologers hope, the evolutionary cycle of the soul is reflected in the “rotating astrophysical spheres of Cosmic intelligence,” I’m wondering precisely what effect it might have on human consciousness to experience a gas cloud hit the Galactic Center—will it trigger some truly profound change?

2013 is still well within the overall hit-or-miss ‘zone’ of galactic alignment, and the Solstice is crucial to the alignment. Let’s see what December 2013’s Solstice brings; it could well be that that will be the Solstice of greatest influence. What if the Maya calendar was off by one year, give or take—would it really matter?