Black Holes: The Enigma beyond the Event Horizon

Aayushi Vaish
3 min readMar 29, 2020


Since the very first image popped up of a Black Hole almost an year ago, there has been a lot of buzz behind what lies beyond the Event Horizon.

Could it all be just what we know? or maybe there are things beyond our wildest dreams

The supermassive black hole at the core of super giant elliptical galaxy Messier 87

What do we know?

A black hole is a region of spacetime exhibiting gravitational acceleration so strong that nothing — no particles or even electromagnetic radiation such as light — can escape from it. The theory of general relativity predicts that a sufficiently compact mass can deform spacetime to form a black hole. The boundary of the region from which no escape is possible is called the Event horizon.

What Actually is the Event Horizon ?

The ‘event horizon’ is the boundary defining the region of space around a black hole from which nothing (not even light) can escape. In other words, the escape velocity for an object within the event horizon exceeds the speed of light.

So once you have crossed it there is no going back , Indeed! but here is the interesting part . Theory of relativity suggests that time to cross the event horizon would be Infinite . So from the observer’s point of view it will be exactly like a frozen screen or a video which is still buffering endlessly .

Well there could be a lot more than that……

The Possibilities

1:- The White Hole Theory

What actually is the black hole in our Universe, could be a white hole in a Parallel Universe.

In general relativity, a white hole is a hypothetical region of spacetime and singularity which cannot be entered from the outside, although energy-matter and light can escape from it. In this sense, it is the reverse of a black hole.

So, beyond event horizon there could be path to infinite worlds or more peculiarly path to one of the infinite worlds.

2:- Einstein–Rosen Bridges

Maybe not a Parallel Universe but it could also be a gateway to another place in our Own Universe.

Yes ! A Wormhole !

According to general relativity, the gravitational collapse of a sufficiently compact mass forms a singular black hole. In the Einstein–Cartan theory, however, the minimal coupling between torsion and Dirac spinors generates a repulsive spin–spin interaction which is significant in fermionic matter at extremely high densities. Such an interaction prevents the formation of a gravitational singularity. Instead, the collapsing matter on the other side of the event horizon reaches an enormous but finite density and rebounds, forming a regular Einstein–Rosen bridge.

Let’s get back in time to see what Ancient Studies feel about Black Holes

Black Holes and Mandalas:-

The word Mandala originates from the Sanskrit and means holy, magical, or sacred circle.

They have been used for thousands of years in Earth’s known history and eternally in Cosmic Time, as all of creation is a mandala.

What it suggests that beyond event horizon lies the gateways to go beyond places where time is a fundamental dimension.
means it can take us further or backwards in time.

Black holes at the center of galaxies could also be the gateways through which energy emerges and give spark to life as we know it.

We will be diving deeper into these facts with both eyes , Science and Mythics.

Universe is full of Uncertainties , infinite worlds means infinite possibilities and we have barely just scratched the surface.



Aayushi Vaish

An Explorer of the Infinite Multiverse . MS - Physics , Northeastern University.