posted on Apr, 15 2011 @ 01:59 PM
Hello everyone on ats who like me have questioned and discussed the idea there is something strange with the behaviour of the moon. I myself first
started questioning its behaviour in November when I kept noticing the moons line of shadow kept changing angles through the night as if it was
spinning. Its a fact that if the moon rises on the horizon using a half moon as an example. It will rise with a vertical line of shadow, through the
course of the night this line of shadow will rotate to the right. It will go from vertical, rotate to the right until horizontal and continue rotating
until its almost vertical again before dissapearing below the opposite horizon.
Now i have read many threads on here from others on here questioning the moons behaviour and we get the same answers apparently from people in the
know telling us this is normal, this is how its always been. My argument has always been that the moon was never like that. That if a half moon was to
rise on the horizon with a vertical line of shadow it would travel the sky and its shadow or the moon would not rotate. Its line of shadow would not
alter at all during its journey across the sky. Im a 39 year old man who has always watched the skies and this is not normal. However when I argue my
point I practically get ridiculed by those apparently in the know.
Well I just came across a fantastic web site that shows timelapse videos of the moon, particularly half moons that will remind you and show you how
the moon always behaved in the past compared to present day. Which according to the people in the know is impossible.
Im new to making threads on here and am having a bit of trouble so only leave the site address
I hope this helps answer and open a few questions.