Here at my galaxy you call IC342 (I think I liked it better when you used mythical names, but admit that there are lots of galaxies–still, you could start in on the Hindu pantheon), there are dark lights. See those bright pink orbs? Really black holes, larger than the usual stellar ones, lying out in the suburban spiral arms. Invisible, dark, except to an X-ray telescope, where they are bright. So, it’s all how you look at things, isn’t it? And there is actually greater energy in the dark (black hole) than in the light you usually see, but it can’t get out. It’s trapped by gravity.
Ever have one of those days when all seems dark and you feel trapped? And yet, if you looked with x-ray eyes, you’d see such brightness as you’ve never experienced before. Believe in the light on the other side; it will be there when you find your x-ray eyes. Start looking…inside.
Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/DSS