Okay, so we have covered the First Law.
The Second Law of Magnetic Attraction attracts not like to like, but unlike to unlike, thus, forming molecules which cluster together and form compounds. Let us take an abundant one and make an example. How about water? H2O. That means two star systems/atoms with 1 planet/electron coming together and also attracting one star system/atom with 8 planets/electrons (the element called Oxygen). Basically, you have the First Law working in 100 different ways (the star systems/atoms from Hydrogen to Fermium) and the Second Law working in infinite ways (the man-made, temporary compounds of the table after the 100th element, Fermium, which disintegrate basically as soon as they hit the air or atmosphere). This Second Law is what creates EVERYTHING! Like, for example, a book, or a soft drink, or a ring, and, yes, even Human Beings.
Now, what I have said in relation to the Modern theory of "Creation" may shirk you (as it did me some time ago) because you will realize its truth. I said that the universe is really no more than the one new, still forming, planet earth at its every new inception. So, that is where the modern lie of the Big Bang comes from (their version of it). They say that the universe at its inception was no bigger than a small ball which then EXPLODED with such force that it filled the rest of the universe with stars and planets. So, there it is. At the beginning of each universe there really is only just the one forming earth made of the atoms (star systems) of the previous universes from the perspective of the only One Person (Consciousness/God) that there is. So modern science (which is complex and so less advanced) is in line with ancient science (which is simple and thus more advanced). However, modern science complicates things to such a point that there appears to be no real answers.... THAT is the greatest myth. There are ALWAYS answers, there are ALWAYS absolute Truths.
What does this mean? It means that science is proposing what they know cannot be true. If every universe is created out of the atoms of the first, then each successive universe must always be bigger than the last. Therefore, if it is jut a ball which explodes, then you do not have any more matter than you originally started with. So this explosion which creates more and more star systems is really nothing but a theory not to be taken literally. You can only increase if you add matter which was not there previously, which means you have to make it out of nothing.... what in the universe is powerful enough to accomplish such a feat?... Where do these new star systems come from?...