. . . In the darkness
of a great universe, a galaxy's luminescent
"sea" of quasars, meteorites, stars, planets, and suns is at low tide.
Slowly, in a clock-like movement, stars circle planets, and planets
revolve within solar systems. Silently, but continuously, the galaxy continues
the shining bodies of the galaxies disperse into pinpoints of
light, then disappear.
Darkness follows . . .
Slowly, silently, the shimmering evanescent feathers of light appear,
spiraling slowly into one another. This continues, accelerating until a bright
point of light appears at the center. As the waste hydrogen, asteroids, and
debris of planets are pressed closely together, the brilliant point of light
suddenly explodes in a blinding flash of creation.