Largest Cosmic Explosion Ever Recorded Still Ongoing

Artist’s concept of a black hole accreting a companion. Astronomers have found an explosion of a cloud of dust around a black hole that was 10 times brighter than any supernova and has lasted more than 3 years. It’s the largest cosmic explosion astronomers have ever seen. Image via John A. Paice/  Royal Astronomical Society.

SPACE.COM NEWS: Posted by Kelly Kizer Whitt, May 16, 2023

Largest cosmic explosion ever seen

On May 11, 2023, the Royal Astronomical Society said that astronomers have found the largest cosmic explosion ever seen. The explosion, dubbed AT2021lwx, has lasted for more than three years. That’s in contrast to an ordinary supernova – or exploding star – which might be bright for only a few months. Plus, AT2021lwx appears to shine 10 times more brightly than any known supernova. The gargantuan explosion is thought to be the result of a black hole ripping apart a cloud of gas that’s thousands of times larger than our sun. AT2021lwx is believed to lie 8 billion light-years away in the direction of the constellation Vulpecula the Fox. The universe is thought to have been around 6 billion years old when AT2021lwx erupted into violence.


Location: Constellation Vulpecula

Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. (file no. LC-USZC4-10063) – Kid’s Britannica

Vulpecula Sky Image

Information and sky map for Vulpecula on


7 Storm/CAUAC, Cherokee, Flint/DAWI’SGALA, Destiny Kin 59
May 17, 2023 (05/17/2023)

7 Storm/CAUAC (Cherokee, Redbird/TOTSU’HWA)

Descriptions by Ian Xel Lungold, 12 Sun/AHAU,

Galactic Tone 7: Reflective. Seven stands as a mirror to divide light and dark and to reflect all that is and is not. Seven is associated with the source of creation and the flow of Divine Will. With a keen sense of ethics, Seven establishes purpose to current and future goals.

Storm/Cauac: Day of the blessing of rain, giver of all life and lightening, a gift of nitrogen to Mother Earth and ozone to Father Sky. Cauac is also associated with the moon and the cycles of the moon, which are the meter of the feminine aspect of creation. The essence of Storm is the feeling of unity, security and warmth experienced in the home while the tempest of trouble rages in the world outside. Perpetually youthful, Storms exist to experience the ecstasy of freedom. They have the great capacity to both learn and teach. Their constant quest for novel experiences often leads to difficult tests and storms of emotion. Looking at these difficulties for the lessons they indeed are, will enrich our lives rather than destroy. Cauac individuals teach much through their electricity of being. Lightning energizes earth, this same energy energizes humans. Divine connections can be accessed.

A GOOD DAY TO: Count your lessons as blessings and your enemies as angels.

Cherokee, Redbird/TOTSU’HWA: Redbird’s symbol is Alcyone of the Pleiades Star in constellation Taurus.  Alcyone is the Central Sun of the Universe, heart of heaven. Lightning is the visible evidence of the presence of Redbird Spirit in the Sky, daughter of the Sun Spirit, sign of Fire, Sun’s alter ego on Earth. Redbird is a feminine sign; the hand that rocks the cradle. The symbol of nurturing, the lightning nurtures and energizes, with energy for zest, curiosity, imagination, and ideas. Lightning adds spiritual force to the human by way of “lightning of the blood” of a healer, directly body to body vibration. The key to spiritual communication and access to the wisdom of the Ancestors lies in the ability to bestir the blood to speak. Sacred stones such as flint, obsidian, crystal are created by lightning striking the ground. (Cauac is a source energy of Flint/ETZNAB.)

[Text in italics was the primary source of inspiration for my journal. These are the sources that started my journey and they are the reference for interpretation each day. By providing the original text, I hope to offer a way to see what inspired my thoughts and by including all the aspects – allow for something more to inspire you. Mayan descriptions are those written by Ian Lungold. Cherokee descriptions came from multiple sources. Links to sources and other resources of study are offered on the Daykeeper Resources Page. ~Debra]

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