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posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 12:12 AM
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hi all, i love you


i know that we are not alone and so do you, remember? you will eventually


this video is cool
hugs


i heard our moon was towed here from the Orion star system a long time ago....
it makes a great spot to watch life on Earth does it not?

i love our moon, i send our moon love, heh i send all souls love!





The film that challenges anyone to prove that the Moon is grey. This film proves the Moon is a full color celestial body and that there are incredible structures and towers built by "someone"



www.youtube.com...




posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 12:16 AM
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posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 12:24 AM
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posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 12:25 AM
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Why would it be desirable or necessary to tow the moon all the way from Orion? Anyone with such technology could have built it onsite and saved themselves a hell of a lot of effort. Or why not just nudge an existing large asteroid into that spot?

Other than that I have no argument with you....



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 12:34 AM
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Oh hang... and I thought you were going to say it was really made of cheese!



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 12:37 AM
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Because the moon is not an asteroid, in fact, if it wasn't orbiting a planet, and instead orbited the sun alone, it would be a planet. It is the largest moon in our solar system.

The moon earth relationship in astrophysics terms, is not a planet moon relationship, it is a planet planet relationship.

Our planet and its satellite are quite unique from any discovered planet satellite relationship.

Also the moon has a very high titanium content, many times higher than anywhere on earth, as well as several other interesting features that lead to the questions of it origin, such as the fact that NASA itself said it "rang" like a bell from the impact of the lunar landers.

Not just "rang", but "rang" "like a hollow body with shock absobing struts inside". NASA's words, not mine.

Also, it would be much easierf to construct it where the necessary infrastructure exists, and then tow it to the location.

We already do this on earth now, we don't build ships on site, we build them at the ship yards and tow them into place, just like oil rigs, massive floating cranes etc.



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 12:40 AM
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Originally posted by Ex_CT2
Why would it be desirable or necessary to tow the moon all the way from Orion? Anyone with such technology could have built it onsite and saved themselves a hell of a lot of effort. Or why not just nudge an existing large asteroid into that spot?

Other than that I have no argument with you....



it is very easy to tow a moon when you can manipulate time and space..


the technology that exists makes star trek look like childs play



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 12:43 AM
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Because the moon is not an asteroid, in fact, if it wasn't orbiting a planet, and instead orbited the sun alone, it would be a planet. It is the largest moon in our solar system.


No it isn't.....our moon is the 5th largest moon in our solar system, Ganymede, Jupiters moon, is the largest at three times the size of our moon.



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 01:20 AM
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posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 01:41 AM
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posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 02:27 AM
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Originally posted by cornucopia

Originally posted by Ex_CT2
Why would it be desirable or necessary to tow the moon all the way from Orion? Anyone with such technology could have built it onsite and saved themselves a hell of a lot of effort. Or why not just nudge an existing large asteroid into that spot?

Other than that I have no argument with you....



it is very easy to tow a moon when you can manipulate time and space..


the technology that exists makes star trek look like childs play


Can't wait to see it!! Where is it?

But it makes it look like childs play... where is it??




posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 02:37 AM
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My apologies, as I miss spoke.

I should have said largest of any rocky planet in our solar system.

It is common knowledge that the gas giants, more specifically jupiter act more as microcosim systems vs planets.



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 04:27 AM
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All the moons in this solar system are rocky. Ganemede is rocky



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 12:47 PM
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I believe it is possible that earth's moon is an artifact.
Some of its properties certainly are puzzling. One such being that it rings like a bell as another has posted.

I didn't watch the video, it was too long. However, looking at the moon with naked eye doesn't show much color.
What NASA hasn't shown us could be very interesting.



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 03:14 PM
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Originally posted by winofiend

Originally posted by cornucopia

Originally posted by Ex_CT2
Why would it be desirable or necessary to tow the moon all the way from Orion? Anyone with such technology could have built it onsite and saved themselves a hell of a lot of effort. Or why not just nudge an existing large asteroid into that spot?

Other than that I have no argument with you....



it is very easy to tow a moon when you can manipulate time and space..


the technology that exists makes star trek look like childs play


Can't wait to see it!! Where is it?

But it makes it look like childs play... where is it??





lol, i sense sarcasm..


when we stop all wars and choose peace then we will be shown amazing stuff



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 08:58 PM
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i know most folks here find Billy Meier"s story a bit hard to swallow, but allegedly his ET pals told him that tens of thousands of years ago, Earth actually had two moons. more intriguing, they said that neither of those is the one that's up there now.

regarding the moon's coloration, or lack there of, it's well known these days that NASA, for whatever reason, doctored the coloration of early Mars photographs to make them much redder than reality. for people to think that we're being told all that is known about Luna is pretty naive imo.



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 09:18 PM
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I love this debate the arguments are very interesting.
I all ways found it amazing that the moon is the just the right distance and just the right size to match the sun for perfect eclipse.
Our moon does not spin we always see the same side of the moon
Another thing a lot of people don't know is the we have a second moon :-)
And NASA has lied big time about images
I just did a thread showing how good I can take pictures of the moon with a IPhone and a $600 telescope.
www.abovetopsecret.com...

And I'm supposed to be impressed with NASA photos
The moon is a strange mass indeed



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 09:35 PM
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Originally posted by jaffer44
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I love this debate the arguments are very interesting.
I all ways found it amazing that the moon is the just the right distance and just the right size to match the sun for perfect eclipse.
Our moon does not spin we always see the same side of the moon
Another thing a lot of people don't know is the we have a second moon :-)
And NASA has lied big time about images
I just did a thread showing how good I can take pictures of the moon with a IPhone and a $600 telescope.
www.abovetopsecret.com...

And I'm supposed to be impressed with NASA photos
The moon is a strange mass indeed


These things mean absolutely nothing and keep getting repeated so often it irritates me.

First of all, the fact that the same side of the moon always faces us is not special or mysterious. It's very simple tidal locking and it's NOT the only moon in the solar system that is tidally locked, so nothing special going on there.

As far as the Moon's size and distance relating to the Sun, more balooney. They appear very close in size to us when we look at them during an eclipse, but two things: FIrst, they aren't "exactly" the same size in appearance by any means, and second it's a fact the Moon is moving AWAY from the Earth. Which means, in the past the moon was closer, so the moon was BIGGER than the sun, so your correlation between sun and moon apparent sizes didn't exist in the past. In the future the moon will be much smaller compared to the sun in appearance, so again the correlation disintegrates.

Basically, by saying that there is some meaning or purpose behind the sun and moon appearing similar in size from Earth's prospective you are saying that the only important time on Earth is NOW, not the future and not the past. Because in both the future and the past, the sun and moon were not similar in apparent size at all.

If it was towed here, when it first arrived the whole size correlation didn't exist. It only exists now, and in the future will disappear. People will say "Hey, did you know way back in the day, the moon and the sun looked the same size?" And someone will say "Yeah, and before that it was the opposite of now, bigger moon smaller sun"

So is your lifetime more important than a past or future human who will observe the moon and sun being very different in observable size, just because during your lifetime the moon happened to be similar in apparent size to the sun? I realize humans weren't around when the moon was way closer but just imagine for argument sake.

As far as the "ringing like a bell" thing, that's not unique. There are many examples of solid objects that "ring" when struck. It's just harmonics, your just making the planet vibrate, this is zero evidence of it being hollow, or made my intelligent beings, or anything else other than that the moon follows the same physics as everything else we know so far does.

Then they go on to say that the moon is NOT gray? Really? Hmmmm..... that's really odd because millions of people have seen the moon fairly close up with decent telescopes. I myself have been to those astronomy gatherings where people bring their scopes and let others look at stuff. I got a incredible look at the moon with a large-reflector scope and I can assure you it's gray. There are variances in color of course and some shades may be a little more blue, a little more green, a little more red than others, but it's pretty much just a gray rock.

People say the Earth is blue and green, basically seeing the oceans and the plant life from space. But every color we are aware of exists on Earth, doesn't mean Earth isn't a blue and green (and white, forgot clouds) planet.

Other than those easily debunked claims, got anything else? Not trying to attack you here or anything, there was a time I was pulled in by these videos and ideas but after thinking and researching I found their claims fell apart horribly.



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 10:19 PM
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Lol I know the moon and sun arnt the same size in fact there not even close what is amazing is the mats tics that makes it look like they are.
I never agreed with his moon idea I just mentioned some interesting facts about the moon so stop acting like a dock and thinking your better then everyone else.
What I did agree with is that NASA is not giving us all the facts
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posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 10:52 PM
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Originally posted by jaffer44
Lol I know the moon and sun arnt the same size in fact there not even close what is amazing is the mats tics that makes it look like they are.
I never agreed with his moon idea I just mentioned some interesting facts about the moon so stop acting like a dock and thinking your better then everyone else.
What I did agree with is that NASA is not giving us all the facts
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I never accused you of saying the sun and moon were the same size, just that they APPEAR the same size from the perspective of Earth, which IS what you said.

I didn't know stating facts that debunk silly claims was me being a dork. I don't come here for imaginative writing seminars I come here to read about and discuss truth. What this thread proposes seems to lack truth so I tried to inject some. That's how things work here.

Either ignore my post or find factual errors, but insulting me because I'm suggesting something contrary to you is pretty ridiculous.






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