Celestial energy of the Star Ways comes from a medieval term that refers to stars and other radiant bodies in the universe beyond earth. A celestial body has to be naturally occurring to qualify. Celestial bodies are listed and described in the following link.
Since the term ‘celestial’ was first conceptualised, knowledge of outer space has expanded. The earth can technically be included as a celestial body. Thus, in the setting of the Star Ways the Milky Way and all its radiating atoms (that make up its celestial bodies) are considered endowed with celestial energy. The phrase ‘celestial energy’ was coined especially for the Star Ways.
Celestial energy is the frequency that causes atoms to first surge into the Star Ways. This purer energy must also conform to the perpetual re-creative motion of the Star Ways.