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originally posted by: awareness10
I remember reading something about the Sumerians and Tiamat smashing into the planet, i could be wrong though. Let's wait for the Anunnaki to return and ask them!
originally posted by: CovertAgenda
a reply to: klassless
I saw Ike's presentation recently, an an entertaining and thought provoking 12 hour experience it was.... anyone else here seen it yet? Do I believe it....?
Much more entertaining and thought provoking than the poop peddled day in and day out by Karl and Lisa via the Today show.... anyone else here watch it? Do I believe it....?
originally posted by: Springer
I met David a few years ago, had a nice talk with him that was thankfully devoid of hollowed out moons and lizard queens. He's a genuine thinker whether you agree with his thoughts or not, I'd also say that he handled the presenters of the Today Show pretty well.
originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: klassless
So, someone dragged 73,476,730,900,000,000,000 tons of rock and balanced it in orbit around the Earth (even if it is hollow it needs to have this mass to maintain its orbit).
That'll teach us because... wait a minute, what was the reason for it?
originally posted by: frenchfries
So I understand that it's all explainable by introducing Tectonic plate movement into the eqotation
Actually, no. Plate tectonics has nothing to do with the Moon.
There is some evidence to support your position.
The Sumerians have to sit this one out because it predates them considerably.
When the Earth was Moonless
Giordano Bruno (a 16th century Italian philosopher) is reputed to have written in De Immenso: (Bk IV, x, pp. 56-57): “There are those who have believed that there was a certain time (as our Mythologian says) when the moon, which was believed to be younger than the sun, was not yet created. The Arcadians, who dwelt not far from the Po, are believed to have been in existence before it (the moon).” “Theodorus writes in his first book that the moon had appeared a little while before the war which was fought by Hercules against the giants. Aristochius and Dionysius Chalcidensis, in the first of their works, confirm the same.” “Mnaseas said that the Arcadians were born before the moon, and so they were called ‘proselenian’; meaning, ‘before the moon’.”