Absolutely, I believe there is something strange with the appearance of the moon. Its not necessarily the moon that would be the cause. I believe it
is more likely another factor, earth wobble, pole shift to some degree, or slowing or speeding up of some entity. But I do believe the moon is
behaving differently in appearance to how I have always seen it from where I am in London, England. On our planet we have been getting battered by
global earthquakes. from a lot of information I have studied there is a strong connection to the solar flares, CMEs, and sun spots. If the sun can
have such an effect on earth, surely the moon and other planets must feel the same effects, if not more so. I have read a few articals with photos
showing that many of the planets we share our solar system with like us have ice caps at the poles and it has been proven that they too are shrinking
Exactly that, and I have been watching the moon every opportunity I have had since I first questioned something is different with the moons appearance
since November 2010. You see I was always into watching the moon and stars since a boy. Im nearly forty and I have never seen the moons shadow rotate
to such an extent in the course of one night, every night.
Ok, seriously, I took one look at the moon last night and it didnt seem right. The shadow of the moon was almost horizontal. Very odd. Also the big
dipper looked extremely close. Way bigger than usual up here in ontario
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