Trillion Theory (the new theory by founder/theorist/author Ed Lukowich) is summarized in this book. This new Trillion Theory depicts its estimated ancient trillion year age and origin for our cosmos. Delving deep into humongous galaxies, TT examines the work done by the galaxy builders, which TT purports to be black holes. At the hub of each and every galaxy is a Supermassive black hole which controls all of the millions of solar systems within the galaxy, along with the millions of black holes doing their dutiful tasks of recycling the solar systems for each new 15 billion-year generation. TT says, 'That is why it is near impossible to spot a sun older than 13-14 billion years.; and why astronomers have been mistaken in estimating the age of our cosmos at only 13.7 billion years when viewing the current generation crop of suns and solar systems.' TT states that an ancient Supermassive black hole at the hub of galaxy may have started building its galaxy as far back as 800 billion years in the trillion-year cosmos. While the Supermassive black hole is ancient, its occupant solar systems die and spawn new solar systems once their star reaches the 10-14 billion year age and goes supernova. Our cosmos is akin to a forest which recycles old trees and spawns the next generation of trees. Quadrillions of black holes, varying in a multitude of sizes, are both the builders and the controllers of the solar systems and the galaxies of our immense cosmos. TT says, 'We indeed have plenty to discover and prove about our universe. Trillion Theory is pointing out the direction to be taken.'