Each golden hexagon in the telescope is a cosmos replicated from Saturn's Hexagon. Saturn's hexagon in the northern hemisphere of planet Saturn is the cosmos of the universe, now magnified into a multiverse and captured by the lens of the James Web Space Telescope.
Man is the universe, and the creation of the universe is the development or evolution of the human body. The cosmos is the heart of the universe, which means that Saturn's Hexagon is the heart of a man who is a new universe. The man who is a new universe and whose heart is the new cosmos is Jesus.
The appearing of Saturn's hexagon is the manifestation of the sacred heart of Jesus, the temple of God. The birth of Jesus is the birth of a whole new universe, and the sacred heart of Jesus is the cosmos of the new universe (the new heaven and the new earth).
The kingdom of God Jesus spoke about is the cosmos. When he said that the kingdom of God is within you, he meant the cosmos is in your heart.
No one will say, 'Look, here it is!' or, 'There it is!'; because the kingdom of God is within you. (Luke 17:21)The kingdom of God: the cosmos
The kingdom of God is within you: the cosmos is in you
The cosmos dwells in the human heart and man must see the cosmos like he sees into himself. He must look inward in order to understand the mystery of God and creation. This means that the cosmos is the wisdom of God or Divine Wisdom or Holy Wisdom in our hearts.
The central hexagon in the James Web Space Telescope is the cosmos (the sacred heart of Jesus), and the other hexagons surrounding the central telescope are the sacred hearts of other people who are the replicas of Jesus.
This means that the cosmos is a web of human hearts like a honey comb. Each person is a universe and all the people constitute the multiverse captured by the James Web Space Telescope.
Since the cosmos is a honey comb, the stars in the cosmos constitute pure honey. The honey is holy wisdom in the hearts of God's people.
The new NASA space telescope is itself the structure of the cosmos. The discoveries the scientists are hoping the telescope will uncover are already portrayed by the telescope. We are the ones they are trying to discover. We are here on earth.
Humans gazing at the sky hoping to uncover something new are like a man looking at himself in a mirror hoping to find someone else. The sky is a mirror over our heads. We are the ones visible in the sky whenever we gaze at the sky. We are the images in the golden mirrors of the new NASA James Web Space Telescope.