Firstly, I already understand the basic premise of the Sun & Moon basically moving around the surface of the Flat Earth in a circular fashion. There must be points therefore on the Earth's surface and on the oceans when both luminaries in their separate movements, are at any one time directly above an observer standing on the flat plane. So my question is; does the Sun and/or Moon look different to someone who is directly underneath as compared to someone who's several hundred miles away? If they always look the same even at the furthest reaches of visibility compared to an observer standing at an angle of 90 degrees the what does this say about the shape, markings on the Moon or qualities that the Sun & Moon have? For example, if the idea is true that the Moon is a translucent disc, would we not see it differently from a more acute angle? Thanks.
Post by aplanetruth.info on Jan 5, 2016 10:33:38 GMT -8
Hey AJ, we are still figuring out to best post these type of answers.
Moon always shows the same face to all, no matter what part of the world we are on. Moon is said to spin on its axis just like Earth at 10.3 mph, yet is also said to be in perfect sync, yet the Earth is spinning at some 1,000 mph, yet we never can see the backside? even though it does a full rotation over a 27.5 day period. How can this be so?
Yes. I have been suspicious of Synchronous Rotation since I was 11 years old. The moon if it's moving in a circle only 3000 miles from the surface of Earth still means though I suppose that the differences would be minimal to observers 3000 miles apart..even with high powered telescopes..? I don't have a telescope or know someone else with one that I could do the experiment with..Maybe someone else will though. I'm was never a huge fan of Crow 777 holographic Moon but maybe there is some truth to those findings after all? A hologram on a flat surface looks the same from any angle. I'm still not sure if the moon is inside a barrier or in between barriers or inside a different realm or what. The videos of the clouds behind the Moon are very intriguing though. He he.. I'm sure it'll get less confusing as I do more research into this many layered topic . Thanks for the response. Cheers!
Post by tysonvandepoele on Feb 9, 2016 16:47:00 GMT -8
This puzzled me for a while as well but one thing I did find (by accident) was; I noticed a piece of jewellery; a pendant that had a picture with a clear domed lens over it. As I looked at it from different angles it still seemed to show the face straight on. I then started moving it above my head, passing over like the moon haha. its seemed to work like I suspected, so I was thinking it could either have a domed lens(but there is no high light or glitter point) or possibly could be the aether being fluidlike would make it appear is if it was submerged in water causing the emulation of a lens, unless its higher up into the celestial waters of the firmament... I don't know, just food for thought.