The Moon Explained

The more I watch these videos,  the more I realize that we had almost no discussion on the solar system, especially the sun and moon. I think it’s the same today.

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4 thoughts on “The Moon Explained”

  1. This video is a great example of fake science. Throw a little bit of real observation with fantasy such as a suddenly appearing black celestial body. They don’t need proof, they just say a thing and then act as if it is reasonable.

    It is not reasonable to suggest that the the moon phases are somehow involved with a suddenly appearing black celestial body that appears the same size as the moon. He gives no proof of such.

    The moon phases are slightly complicated so this is a good subject with which to use to confuse people. Shame on the video maker.

  2. The more I watch Flat Earth videos, the more I realize these people aren’t even interested in science. They’re actors performing cut-and-paste word salad. It’s like the concepts in these videos are being churned out by computer – probably the same basement clunker that generated the 9/11 cartoons shown to us as news.

  3. What if the pilgrimage to circle the black cube (often described as Saturn symbol) in Mecca 7 times counterclockwise creates the eclipse?

    The date of Hajj is determined by Islamic calendar (known as Hijri calendar or AH), which is a lunar year….This makes it possible for the Hajj season to fall twice in one Gregorian year, and it does so every 33 years.

    I bet that pilgrimage resembles the counterclockwise hexagonal alleged storm on Saturn.

    Funny enough the supposed 3rd orb causing the eclipse is called the same thing that Saturn is in many circles, the black sun.

    Here’s the ifer/Dubay offering:

    “The Newtonian hypothesis involves the necessity of the Sun, in the case of a lunar eclipse, being on the opposite side of a globular earth, to cast its shadow on the Moon: but, since eclipses of the Moon have taken place with both the Sun and the Moon above the horizon, it follows that it cannot be the shadow of the Earth that eclipses the Moon, and that the theory is a blunder.” -William Carpenter, “100 Proofs the Earth is Not a Globe” (57)

    “That the eclipsor of the moon is a shadow at all is assumption–no proof whatever is offered. That the moon receives her light from the sun, and that therefore her surface is darkened by the earth intercepting the sun’s light, is not proved. It is not proved that the earth moves in an orbit round the sun, and therefore, by being in different positions, conjunction of sun, earth, and moon, ‘Day some-times occur.’ The contrary has been clearly proved–that the moon is not eclipsed by a shadow; that she is self-luminous, and not merely a reflector of solar light, and therefore could not possibly be obscured or eclipsed by a shadow from any object whatever; and that the earth is devoid of motion, either on axes or in an orbit through space. Hence to call that an argument for the earth’s rotundity, where every necessary proposition is only assumed, and in relation to which direct and practical evidence to the contrary is abundant, is to stultify the judgment and every other reasoning faculty.” -Dr. Samuel Rowbotham, “Zetetic Astronomy, Earth Not a Globe!” (301)

    “According to the globular theory, a lunar eclipse occurs when the sun, earth, and moon are in a direct line; but it is on record that since about the fifteenth century over fifty eclipses have occurred while both sun and moon have been visible above the horizon.” -F.H. Cook, “The Terrestrial Plane”

    As early as the time of Pliny, there are records of lunar eclipses happening while both the Sun and Moon are visible in the sky. The Greenwich Royal Observatory recorded that “during the lunar eclipses of July 17th, 1590, November 3rd, 1648, June 16th, 1666, and May 26th, 1668 the moon rose eclipsed whilst the sun was still above the horizon.” McCulluch’s Geography recorded that “on September 20th, 1717 and April 20th, 1837 the moon appeared to rise eclipsed before the sun had set.” Sir Henry Holland also noted in his “Recollections of Past Life” the April 20th, 1837 phenomena where “the moon rose eclipsed before the sun set.” The Daily Telegraph recorded it happening again on January 17th, 1870, then again in July of the same year, and it continues to happen during lunar eclipses to this day. Therefore the eclipsor of the Moon cannot be the Earth/Earth’s shadow and another explanation must be sought. Some olden days flat Earthers posited a third dark body, the same size as the Moon/Sun, and perhaps this passes affront the Moon during lunar eclipses? Could it even be the “mythic” Black Sun?

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