The context is “The Cosmos”, Neil deGrasse Tyson's series on National Geographic of the same title (which I didn’t see.) A Baker’s Dozen less three, short work it does make for me.
1. Is our Universe like Heaven in size, in that it has no start point and no end point?
C: “Greetings, Michael, your name we use in the hopes you do not mind we use it here, for others to know of it. For your questions come from a person and good to know of him by his name, as this applies very much with us, to always know sources. The human concept of anonymity, literally no name as the word means, is not a Heaven concept. First because we use names not, we are identified always by our signature of energy, and the issuance of a question carries its asker’s identity automatically and always. Separation there cannot be.
You are accurate, there is no starting point, and no end. We suggest Heaven and the universe be seen, from the human perspective, as layers and the extensions not involving a beginning. There is depth, and through layers and levels, Heaven and the universe are as high or as deep within as can be imagined. There is no limit to expansion or contraction of any one thing. There are no edges or limits, no boundaries or frontiers.”
2. Was the Universe started (a la Big Bang) or has it just always been – evolving?
C: “Always evolving and always now. The movement of celestial objects seen to be a continuance of the effects of a Big Bang are an illusion, but accurately perceived if the illusion is assumed true. It is not, however and what movements are detected are more correctly called, in human words, a lap. Galaxies and objects within are groupings appearing to swirl and move relative to one another but in reality, only follow laps and rounded, returning courses and paths.”
3. Similarly is the Universe as it exists now in our understanding - without an age in years?
C: “This is accurate. There is no such concept as age. It is purely a planetary, dense vibration notion that results from daylight and dark cycles. Earth is not the sole experience; there are millions of planets and civilisation in just the quadrant or quarter sector of the Milky Way as you call your galaxy, with this effect from rotation of a planet in orbit about a central star.”
4. Why was the Universe created as such a vast space? (no pun intended)
C: “It was not created, it is and its vastness is only a perception born of the limited view and movement certain experiences and vibrations create. Vast by relatively reduced ability to traverse points and places without the notion of time. Remove the timeline sequence and perception of straight courses that must be followed this way, and the notion of vast reduces.”
5. Where is the nearest 'Habitable Zone' similar to earth?
C: “Sirius, by your perception of the speed of light.”
6. What is what we know as 'Dark Matter'?
C: “The substances in parallel dimensions or realities, when compared the one occupied by the observer or examiner. Yours is likewise dark matter, from that view towards your reality.”
7. Do any events that take place in our Universe like Supernova's or Black Holes have any effect on the spirit world?
C: “Yes, all have effects yet they are not physical as would be felt and experienced on Earth, by its human, animal and plant inhabitants.”
8. Are there any artificially made planets in space like the Death Star?
C: “Yes, however planet is not a proper name, as understood by human language use of the word. These are simply another form of space vessel or ship.”
9. You once, albeit briefly touched upon some alien races having the ability to destroy planets. How do they accomplish this?
C: “Your race has this ability yet does not know it. The force used is what you might call magnetism. Simply cause like poles or charges to collide. Magnetic fields of sufficient strength, to cause electricity flows to collide.”
10. Where did our Moon come from?
C: “It is a former satellite of Jupiter. It was brought and placed in the orbit of Earth after the destruction of the fifth planet, the remains of which form the asteroids. Its purpose is to create a balanced elliptical orbit around the central star, and stabilise Earth’s relative position. The distance Earth maintains from the sun is crucial to energy reaching the surface and maintenance of life as it exists. It could be changed or altered yet this disruption in evolution and biology would not serve the interests of the souls wishing to incarnate in a life upon Earth. It was an easy matter to bring what is now Earth’s moon and place it in orbit about Earth. The loss of the fifth planet removed the energy field and stabilisation which contributed to Mars’ loss of its atmosphere and threatened Earth with a shift in orbit also. The planets of the solar system balance each others’ orbits. The shift or loss of one, affects all.”