The Andromeda Galaxy: Little Known Facts
THE ANDROMEDA GALAXY
The Andromeda Galaxy, commonly referred to as Messier 31, M31, or NGC 224, is a spiral galaxy that is located roughly 2.5 million light-years from Earth. It is the largest galaxy that is located closest to the Milky Way.
The name of the galaxy comes from the part of the sky where it can be seen from Earth; specifically, it can be seen in the Andromeda constellation. In spite of their shared names, the Andromeda Galaxy and the Andromeda Constellation are not the same thing at all; rather, they are two distinct asterisms that may be found in quite separate parts of the universe.
ANDROMEDA AND THE MILKY WAY
At a solar mass equivalent of a trillion, the size of the Andromeda Galaxy is comparable to that of our own Milky Way Galaxy in terms of order of magnitude. Although it is impossible to provide an accurate estimate of the size of each galaxy, it has been widely held for a long time that the Andromeda Galaxy is much more massive than the Milky Way.
Because the Andromeda Galaxy has a diameter of around 220,000 light-years, it is the biggest member of the Local Group in terms of extension, even if it is not the largest in terms of mass.
It is believed that the Andromeda Galaxy is home to one trillion stars, which is nearly twice as many as are thought to reside in the Milky Way.
It is anticipated that the Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies will collide in around 4.5 billion years, resulting in the formation of a massive elliptical galaxy.
Because it has an apparent magnitude of 3.4, the Andromeda Galaxy is one of the brightest of the Messier objects. As a result, it is one of the Messier objects that may be seen with the naked eye from Earth on moonless evenings, even when seen from places with moderate levels of light pollution.
My research in the Akashic Records has shown that the Milky Way Galaxy originated from the Andromeda Galaxy many millions of years ago as part of Source’s process of initiating a split into a dualistic consciousness. This occurred as a result of the Milky Way’s formation.
Because of this, I sometimes refer to the Andromeda Galaxy as “the mother galaxy.”
The Andromeda Galaxy and the Milky Way Galaxy were able to communicate with one another once the Antares stargate, a star gateway, was constructed.
Many etheric (non-physical) entities from the Andromeda Galaxy traveled via this portal to come into the Milky Way Galaxy in order to initiate the new cosmic experiments into a more tangible reality.
On occasion, I do Akashic readings for a small number of people who were born on Earth as starseeds but whose origins are in the Andromeda Galaxy rather than in the Andromeda constellation.
These folks are here because they are committed to aiding in the ascension of Earth to the fifth dimension, despite the fact that they have a tough time acclimating to the heavier frequencies of planet Earth. It is understandable that this is the case.