posted on Jun, 24 2012 @ 05:26 AM
reply to post by symbolon
I persevered until the native indian said that navigation by the stars had changed because the stars were in different positions. Well if our solar
system has moved rapidly to another place in our galaxy maybe !!!!!!!!!!!
The "sun sets on the highest peak" said one........yes at exactly one day in the year !!!!!!!!!!!!!! otherwise it sets within a range on the
horizon. This is why ancient monuments show where the sun sets on the winter and/or summer solstice. This only works because the setting sun is in a
different place on the horizon depending on the time of year.
Now if global warming causes the seasons to change and natives without watches "assume" a certain time of year dependent on the weather then their
estimate will be off. This is not a "fact" but a reasonable explanation before assuming the whole world has tilted and thousands of scientists and
amateur astronomers (with pre - programmed navigating computers attached to telescopes) haven't noticed.
Oh and finally, yet again lens flare becomes Nibiru...........oh and I forgot to add Nibiru is the mythical invention by Sitchin years ago who
mistranslated texts and sold lots of books to the naive.
How many times do we have to go through this........