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Originally posted by Overtime
reply to post by NewAgeMan
Thanks for making me wonder about the moons origins, I hadn't considered it for a while but I am very skeptical a bunch of rocks from a planet collision with Earth happened to collect at that exact distance to make all that possible.
Originally posted by NewAgeMan
It is only now in Earth history, however, when man has fully evolved and is capable of observation, that the moon perfectly eclipses the sun.
This fact, that the moon perfectly eclipses the sun while being eclipsed by the shadow of the earth could be seen by man not only as evidence of super-intelligent design pointing to him somehow, but as an allegory of man's relationship to the creator (first father of creation).