Is the origin of the cosmos truly due to gravity?

I think that we won't be able to unlock the mysteries of the universe until we separate gravity into two components.

I believe that our universe is created as a result of the presence of two or more different types of gravitational particles.

Even though gravity is thought of as a weak force, there is a significant difference in gravity between the constituents of space and empty space.

For example, when we look, the gravity present in space appears much weaker than the gravity present in the black hole.

For this reason, I believe that there are many different particles that combine to form the gravitational particle, rather than just one.

I think that the only two factors that combine to create waves, making a big bang-like event probable.

I have no idea if my position is correct or incorrect; all I know is that any possibility can exist, regardless of whether my position is correct or not.