posted on May, 10 2016 @ 09:47 AM
Did you know that:
The Moon takes 29.5 Earth-days to complete one revolution around the Earth.
Saturn takes 29.5 Earth-years to complete one revolution around the Sun.
Just a coincidence, nothing to worry about.
The force of gravitation on the surface of the Earth is the same as that on the surface of Saturn. Another coincidence, I'm sure. Now, according to
most mainstream scientists studying Einstein's Theories of Relativity, we experience the rate flow of time in proportion to the strength of the
gravitational field we are in. The stronger the field we are in, the slower it flows.
- - Spoilers ahead! - -
This was demonstrated artfully in the movie, “Interstellar” (2014) by the elite's insider and symbolic film-maker, Christopher Nolan, in which
the protagonist goes into the centre of Saturn's symbolic equivalent, Gargantua, in order to access other dimensions and change the gravitational
field of a specific place on earth at a specific time in the past. He did this from a point inside Gargantua (Saturn!) from where he could access any
place he wanted to at any time in its
Could it be that the emanations from Saturn are causing us to experience the flow of time in an unnatural manner?
In the movie, the protagonist used gravitational anomalies to send coded messages to a particular place and time on Earth, since he discovered that
“The force of gravitation transcends space and time”. It seems as if the antenna-like disk of Saturn is utilizing the gravitational force of its
surface as a 'carrier wave' to transmit its schizoid information, so that it affects the people/organisms on the surface of the Earth the most, since
that is where the gravitational field resonates the best.