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-Remember how it used to be once that the moon during solar eclipses would block out the whole sun save the corona...that is, a total solar eclipse? I don't EVER remember annular eclipses happening this frequently or with so little obstruction from the moon.
We cannot teach people anything; we can only help them discover it within themselves.
Some days I feel like, ah heck with it, I'm not going to try and PROVE something to anyone's satisfaction, you know? That's the beauty of free will and free thought. I can think anything I want to.
-Science is notorious for double speak of course. They'll say the moon's craters are from vulcanism that once existed many millions of years ago on the moon, but yet they'll say oh sure those are impact craters too.
-Guess what? Most of those craters aren't impact craters. How often does an asteroid hit something at a perfect 90degree angle so that the crater is perfectly circular? Those are huge electrical discharges like Mars had too within our Electric Universe during one of our catastrophes of the past. Sorry, fellas but you can't cover this one story up. It's plain for all to see. Notice the huge white lines from Tycho? Those are electric spark discharges.
-We all know how the moon's cycles correspond to women's. That's just an oddity in itself.
-Ever wonder too why the full moon and crime is related? I used to think that it was because of the extra light that gave rise to more crime, but that doesn't really make any sense does it? A cover of darkness would be better. No, if you believe that light has mass like I do, and that the moon is really a hollow shell, when the sun's light strikes the moon, a low resonance vibratory frequency is given off that is most pronounced when the moon is full, and that in turn affects us at the base level of our psyche. Hence some start to get a little more nuts than usual. Me, I don't need such an excuse.
-That the moon is proportionally the same size to us as the sun can also be explained during the eons of lunar eclipses, where the EM radiation has slowly baked away the crust of the moon being focused around our Earth to the moon during said eclipses.
-If you went to the moon I guarantee you you wouldn't find your foot landing in sand. Do you realize how hot it is up there? The main thing that regulates our temperature is our water. Up there? It's full on no protection HOT! The surface of the moon is going to be hard as glass no doubt about it. You think we could go to the moon being this hot? Not a chance. Remember Kubrick admitted in the Shining that he faked the moon landing.
-That sideways looking grin of the moon too, akin to Alice in Wonderland...maybe a tell-tale sign that we are now tumbling down the rabbit hole? Even in winter, it's never been so common as today. It's not normal.
-The orientation of the moon too, or the visible side of the moon that we can see at any one time is greater and different that it's ever been.
-Remember how it used to be once that the moon during solar eclipses would block out the whole sun save the corona...that is, a total solar eclipse? I don't EVER remember annular eclipses happening this frequently or with so little obstruction from the moon. .
-The moon doesn't have a solid Fe core, so this could also be the reason for its tilt. Meaning we are the ones tilting as we go to the galactic plane..
-The moon is seen more in broad daylight that it once used to, and this is another indication that the sun is brighter and that our atmosphere is shrinking.
-Field rotation only explains the objects in our sky that are not revolving around us and so far away, like the stars. The big difference is that the Moon REVOLVES around us.
-You know there's some talk on the internets too that we have 2 moons. (shrugs)
Well that's about it that I can think of atm I guess. I can't help thinking that we might be better off without the moon.