The Universe’s Cosmic Song (Updated)
The soundtrack of the universe has intrigued scientists for years. The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, or LIGO, located in Livingston, Louisiana is tuned in and listening for the music of the cosmos — tunes playing within the range of human hearing. The noise from distant galaxies isn’t coming to earth through traditional sound waves, but through a different class of energy called gravitational waves. (Source) Like a boat moving through water, massive objects moving through space make ripples or waves in space. A massive star or black hole moving through space causes waves in space.(Source) Many objects in the universe, including stars and quasars, also emit radio waves. These are not sound waves, but they are still electromagnetic waves, situated on the low-frequency end of the light spectrum. Our home galaxy, the Milky Way, emits a static hiss. Other galaxies also send out a background radio hiss. (Source) NASA has a compilation of ‘spooky’ space sounds‘. Both types of waves can be interpreted as sounds of a sort too—the kinds of “sounds” carried through space itself by these waves.
Sounds can travel through Space without making a sound until it reaches particles of mass – then it makes a sound and moves on until it reaches more particles. It never stops moving because our reality is a curved existence. Everything we ever utter is forevermore a part of this reality – so we’d better watch what we say, both humans and spirits.
In the spirit realm – when a spirit thinks a thought, he or she must project it for it to be heard by other spirits. When you project thoughts two things happen. 1) you are heard and 2) they form a picture or cast that can easily be seen. You see it all of the time in pics – that’s the #2 effect being cast in letters – symbols and casts of things. If you don’t project your thoughts then they remain yours and remain private.
But what happens when you as a physical human summon a thought and muster yourself to speak it out into the world? Let’s use Mel Gibson as an example of spoken thoughts that prove harmful to both himself and others he directs them at. Or, how about Dawn Lucifer projecting his thoughts to Eve in the Sacred garden. Until either of those two examples projected what was on their minds – and harmful to others by their own tongues – the thoughts remained without degradation of someone else and if not summoned they also would not have degraded the one sounding their words.
This is why the Word states what it does about the tongue. It should be used for good whether that be in praise of Yahwehand others or in giving giood counsel though it might involve correcting one with stern words, but it is meant for their own good. Look at all counsel as an endeavor to make a course correction for the one it’s directed at. Otherwise, we should remain silent because what we say whether good or bad is accountable to our Creator.