All it is and ever was opens up a documentary about space & time, known as Cosmos. The story about us from cave times to now times, the narrator describes that a spiritual approach to the sciences, while in a round about way, points to the eternity of such spatial heavens. While many reside upon a more cosmic plane, a few individual martyr heroes through time died just in time to make a way for new discoveries. In short, when it comes to space, the evidence that a God greater than us created the place no longer comes, whether the apocolypty of what the big bang really was, which truly only the orgasmic reception of spirit to creation, that and the blossom of the bloom if you will. As of course to should not is only to deny your very own existence on the face of the earth, however bad or good, and of course you should. Believe in the creation of space, us and the universe the direct and result impact of a being a greater power and obviously a greater love than us. The narrator who speaks one moment of orphans cast away from another star, and another seems to walk right into the brightest star, flies on a carpet more supernatural than magic across the stars, and upon the clouds. Where we balance as angels from another world, everyone knows angels don’t just ride around on clouds and do nothing, as the narrator says, this is likely because and as the subject of a huge milky-way of real reality he guide us to, even the most psychotic and spastic among us, fail every time to deny the great impactual & eternal meaning of a world without end. The knostic has no power whatsoever here. This realm is a realm which no one can lead, guide or direct. A being greater than you are according to the findings of our first major hero, Geonardo Bruno, a monk who found ancient documents which described space as eternal, attested through his testimony, however occidental or of inadvertant intention. His message of words he found, gave an unspoken message that man is not in charge of this realm. This infuriated that present day church of his time and era, shortly only ten years before the Galileo who would soon vindicate him ~ and sadly a Bruno hero was led to the gallows of fire and burned alive for refusing to confess to at least three different churches, of religious value that is, that his findings about space and the universe were not of an infinite God. Separation of church and state stem from such medieval belief systems, which ironically while calling themselves church, actually served to deny the very reality of a present and living God. “Why was the church going to such extremes to torment Bruno?” Questioned the narrator though, about the historical situation.