posted on Aug, 27 2011 @ 06:18 PM
While i agree that moon does move on its own path throughout the year. I can semi-verify this from a couple weeks ago. perhaps a month and a half.
This one night, it was dusk and i look out. I see the crescent moon hanging above the city across the harbour, it was beautiful, and large. I thought
nothing of it until about a week or two later when i got off work at nearly midnight, look up in the sky and bam, there is the moon.
Now, i dont know how much the moon moves in our sky in a two - three week period. But it was certainly a drastic change in position. While i cannot
exactly verify the timeline as my memory is not the greatest. But from being just above the city on the horizon one day, and a few weeks later, in a
completely different position. Different times yes, but it doesnt make much sense.
How could the moon be above the horizon at sunset one day, and directly above 3 weeks later, several hours AFTER sunset? The direction the moon moves
makes it impossible for it to raise from the position i saw, and up into the sky.
Unless i imagined the whole thing, or my memory is not correct.