Our Milky Way Galaxy circles the Universe at a speed of 850,000 mph on its eternal journey.
Our Solar System rotates around the galactic centre at a speed of 500,000 mph once every 26,000 years.
Our Planet Earth orbits the Sun once every 12 months at a speed of 66,000 mph.
Our Planet Earth spins on its axis once every 24 hours at a speed in excess of 1,000 mph.
Even when stationary, we are moving in four different directions at the same time:
- Spinning on the Earth’s axis
- Orbiting the Sun
- Rotating around the Galaxy
- Circling the Universe
To move in four different directions at the same time requires the universe to have at least four different dimensions through which to move.
We understand the 3 dimensions of:
- Length – back & forth
- Breadth – left & right
- Depth – up & down
In a 3 dimensional world we are unable to see or describe the 4th dimension of movement but logic makes us aware of its existence.
In an expanding Universe the 4th dimension of Space is the ‘in & out’ motion of expansion and contraction. Its expansion is directly opposite its direction of contraction, which is towards the point at which expansion was created.
In a finite universe there is one universal centre. In an infinite universe there are infinite universal centres with infinite dimensions and infinite possibilities for everything.