Be light made. And light was made. And God saw the light that it was good; and he divided the light from the darkness. And he called the light Day, and the darkness Night; and there was evening and morning one day. GnWhere did this created light go? This light that was created on the first day of creation has never been seen by men. Where did it go?
The Sun is the source of the light that men experience every day. The Sun was created on the fourth day:
And God said: Let there be lights made in the firmament of heaven, to divide the day and the night, and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days and years: To shine in the firmament of heaven, and to give light upon the earth. And it was so done. And God made two great lights: a greater light to rule the day; and a lesser light to rule the night: and the stars. And he set them in the firmament of heaven to shine upon the earth. And to rule the day and the night, and to divide the light and the darkness. And God saw that it was good. And the evening and morning were the fourth day.GnSo we have two created lights - one created on day one that no man has witnessed and the other light that was created on the fourth day. These are two separate lights. These lights are not the same.
God did not destroy the light that was created on day one - it is somewhere. A very tiny fragment of this light is on the surface of Ceres.
Other explanations of this light on Ceres:
Several theories are currently being touted for what these mysterious bright white spots are on Ceres.
The Hubble Space Telescope has found more than 10 on the surface, but Ceres has found that the two most prominent - 'spot 5' - are in a crater about 57 miles (92km) wide.
One theory is that they are salt flats that are reflecting sunlight, left on the surface by saltwater.
Another theory is that they are regions of ice, again reflecting sunlight. Ceres is thought to have plenty of ice beneath its surface, which could be exposed when a asteroid or comet strikes the surface. The fact these bright spots are in a crater - where such an impact occurred - supports this theory.
Another possibility is that they are cryovolcanoes - volcanoes that are shooting out water or ice. However, the lack of a raised area around the spots consistent with a volcano suggests this might not be correct. And they could even be water vapour ejecting from a liquid reservoir under the ground, although again current observations - namely a lack of additional material near the spots - suggests this is not the case. Daily Mail Read More>>>>Or for whatever reason the light is a remnant of the created light that was created on day one of creation.
God has given men a heads up on what's to come from the light that was created on day one.
According to Our Lady of Fatima:
"When you shall see a night illuminated by an unknown light, know that it is the great sign that God gives you that He is going to punish the world for its crimes"This unknown light has not happened yet.
The unknown light is not from the Sun or Moon or any star but is the light that was created on the very first day of creation. This light is so bright that it will blot out the light from the Sun Moon & Stars.
This unknown light on Ceres is the very light that all the world will witness one day. Only the whole world will be engulfed by this Unknown light.