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In 1846 Ellen White was shown in vision a panoramic view of the planets, stars, and galaxies, although she personally never wrote any detail about this vision, sea Captain Joseph Bates, who

had spent a lifetime studying the stars to help sail his vessels, was present at this meeting and rising to his feet, stated that Ellen’s description of the ‘opening heavens’far

surpassed any account he had ever read from any author.

Two years later in 1848, Ellen White described in vision the location of this ‘open space.’

“Dark, heavy clouds came up and clashed against each other. The clouds parted and rolled back; then we could look up through the open space in Orion, where God’s voice came from. Heaven will come down through that ‘open space.’”

Adapted from: Early Writings, p. 42.

This picture of Orion’s nebula is one of the largest pictures ever assembled from individual images. Not until the Hubble space telescope was launched has such a spectacular color panorama of the center the Orion nebula been available. For the first time since Ellen White’s vision we can catch a glimpse of the wonders God revealed to her well before space travel or space telescopes were imagined or ever dreamed of.
Orion Nebula
See a really cool video clip of Orion produced by NASA!
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