The fascinating image captured by NASA’s Hubble Space telescope greatly resembles a cross. Some are convinced that this point at the center of a far off galaxy is the gateway to heaven.
According to hubblesite.org which first published the image, the cross is due to “absorption by dust and marks the exact position of a black hole which may have a mass equivalent to one-million stars like the sun.”
The size of the image is 1100 light-years away from Earth the site reports.
The photo was first taken by the Wide Field Planetary camera on the famous telescope and released by the space agency in June 1992. The image recently reemerged on conspiracy website Disclose.tv.
Hubblesite.org explains, “The edge-on torus not only hides the black hole and accretion disk from being viewed directly from earth, but also determines the axis of a jet of high-speed plasma and confines radiation from the accretion disk to a pair of oppositely directed cones of light, which ionize gas caught in their beam.”
“The second bar of the ‘X’ could be a second disk seen edge on, or possibly rotating gas and dust in MS1 intersecting with the jets and ionization cones.”
Some claim that the captivating image could prove the existence of heaven.
One person wrote on Disclose.tv, “Wow I guess I’ve been wrong all these years!”
The user continued, “This is surely a sign that God exists and he is showing us that heaven resides at the very center of our galaxy.”
Another person wrote, “Interesting. I’d say X marks the spot, but it does look like a crucifix. In fact, it looks like a figure hanging off of a crucifix.”
Whether or not you believe the point is a true gateway to heaven, the image appears to be a wonderful reminder of Jesus and His resurrection.