19. What Goes Around, Comes Around

Last post I showed you that

  • no matter high up you go, the horizon is always flat;
  • mathematical calculations for the curvature of a globe do not match what we see in reality;
  • the reason why ships and buildings appear to “be hidden by the curvature” is due to perspective; and
  • perspective shows us that the sun is close, and not actually changing height.

 

 

In this post, we’re going to shift our gaze off the horizon, and go take a closer look at the sun…

 

 

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A quick question before we start sun gazing:

 

 

As this person found out, laughing about this subject can be rather short-lived…

 

 

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A couple of friendly reminders before we take a look at the sun:

 

  1. Suncream

 

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… and

 

2. Sunglasses.

 

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All set?

 

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Let’s get down to business then!

 

 

First, get out your measuring tape…

 

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Distance to the Sun

 

To start, can anyone tell me how far away from Earth the Sun is?

 

… Don’t all put your hands up at once!

 

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*checks wikipedia*

 

 

 

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“It’s 150 million km (93 million miles) away!”

 

 

 

 

Park that number for a second, and tell me what your eyes see here?

 

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How about now?

 

 

What do your eyes tell you?…

 

… That the sun is 150 million km (93 million miles) away?…

 

 

… or that it is considerably closer than that?

 

 

 

If the sun really was actually 93 million miles away, you’d see parallel sun rays like these instead:

 

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Parallel rays would look like this to you – with all the rays parallel to one another and moving in the same direction:

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This illustration shows this more clearly:

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However, as shown above, there is nothing parallel about the way we actually see sun rays, as they diverge and radiate in many directions:

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Any child can see that the sun rays behave in a similar fashion to any local lamps, like street lights for instance…

 

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So clearly, our eyes tell us that the sun is not 93 million miles away,…

… but rather, that:

 

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Here is a great 5 min video for those who’d like further explanation on the sun rays:

 

 

 

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Furthermore, as you can see below, the moon’s light rays behave in exactly the same way as sun rays…. that is, they are not parallel either, showing that the moon is close too…

 

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Notice how in the photo above the moon reflects in the same way in water as the sun does, as shown below…

 

 

… Reflections like these could only be physically possible if the sun and moon were above the water, which wouldn’t be the case if they were millions of miles away… as shown clearly in this 5min video:

 

 

Don’t forget the horizon either… which we covered in depth in Look Around, It Will Astound You

 

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Not enough visible proof for you?

 

Well, lets take a look at…

 

 

Sun and Moon Spots

As you can see below, the sun is clearly above the clouds – not 93 million miles away – which is why we can see a hot-spot reflected ON the clouds.

 

 

 

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The photo above is taken from this awesome 3 min video, check it out:

 

Notice that the exact same effect can be seen with the moon, as the moon’s reflection can be see on top of the clouds here:

 

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Here’s a great 1 min video summarizing sun and moon spots:

 

In a nutshell,

 

 

So, how close is the sun then?

 

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Let’s find out!

 

Calculating the Distance to the Sun

“Science” tells us that the sun is 92.96 million miles (149.6 million km) away from Earth…

 

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Funnily enough, our trustworthy scientists have changed the story numerous times…

 

 

… but never mind that, they only changed their approximations by about 100 million miles…

 

 

 

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So,… how close is the sun actually then, if it’s not a hundred gazillion billion miles away?

 

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Well, with some simple geometry we can calculate it!

 

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Allow me to do it for you…

 

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We start by selecting two places that are located on the same latitude; wait for the noon sun to be exactly in between them; and then measure the angles between the ground and the sun in each of the two locations exactly at that time.

This is easily done, and is in fact often used to measure the difference in the sun’s height in winter and summer…

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Fortunately this can be done on a computer to spare us having to do this manually…

 

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In the example below, Macapa, Brazil and Malabo, Equatorial Guinea were chosen, to keep things simple as they are both on the equator (i.e. latitudes of 0.2°N and 3.4°N respectively).

They are 4 hours apart, and the sun was at its highest point in between them at 12:33pm on the day of the measurements.

In both Macapa and Malabo the angle between the ground and noon sun (at 10:33 and 14:33 local times) were measured to be 60°.

Thus, we conveniently get an equilateral triangle between the Sun, Macapa, and Malabo (though you don’t necessarily need an equilateral triangle to calculate this, only two equal angles on the ground).

 

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As we know the distance between Macapo and Malabo (4,138 miles), solving for the height (x) is a matter of some simple geometry, again using Pythagoras theorem… (you could also solve using trigonometry if the triangle wasn’t equilateral).

 

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Thus, the Sun is only around 3,500 miles above the Earth!

 

Problem solved!

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Here is a great 2min video illustrating the obvious fallacies with believing that the sun is 93 million miles away, and the moon considerably less (384,000km). We’ll cover the moon in more depth later on.

 

Furthermore, if the sun was 93 million miles away, do you really think that it would change size (relative to you) as much as it appears to do every single day?!…

 

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So,… how big is the sun then?…

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Lets find out!

 

Size of the Sun

 

“Science” tells us that the sun has a diameter of 1.3914 million km (900,000 miles):

 

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This can easily be disproven, and we don’t even need a calculator this time…

 

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Calculating the Size of the Sun

 

Instead of a calculator, we’re going old-school, by using a sextant…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A sextant is an instrument used to measure the angle between any two visible objects. Its primary use is to determine the angle between a celestial object and the horizon which is known as the altitude… 

This is how seafarers could navigate in the old days…

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The way it works with regards to telling how big the sun is, is as follows:

 

If a navigator neglects to apply the sun’s semi-diameter to his observation at sea, he is 16 nautical miles off in calculating the position his ship is in.

A minute of arc on the sextant represents a nautical mile, and if the semi-diameter of the sun is 16 nautical miles, the diameter is of course 32 nautical miles.

As such, as measured by the sextant, the sun’s diameter is 32 minutes of arc – that is, 32 nautical miles in diameter…

… and 32 nautical miles is…..

 

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… 36.8 miles (59.3 km).

 

That measurement is easily provable (if you own a sextant), and it’s some way off the 1.3914 million km diameter we are spoon-fed by NASA, Google, Wikipedia, etc…!

 

So to the “scientists” I say…

 

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Moving on…

 

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Movement of the Sun

So far we have seen that the sun

  • is only about 3,500 miles above us;
  • is only 36.8 miles (59.3km) in diameter; and
  • only appears to change height (i.e. to set) due to perspective.

 

With that in mind, I’m sure you’re curious to find out more about how the sun actually moves…

 

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First of all, for those of you who are still questioning whether the Sun actually moves  (rather than the Earth as NASA say), here’s a very simple reason why the heliocentric ball model obviously doesn’t work…

 

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Here’s another issue…

 

 

 

 

So, what does the Earth actually look like then, with regards to the sun (and moon)?

 

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Allow me to outline the model in more detail…

The videos included below will provide you with a much better explanation, but I will nonetheless outline some of the basics for you.

 

A day has 24 hours, and as it happens, a circle can be divided into 24 equal parts to create the 24 time zones…

 

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… which makes an awful lot more sense than the time zones we have with this silly map:

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Incidentally, old clocks seem to have been designed with the same principles as the flat earth map, and still work perfectly to this day!

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Anyways, we know from earlier that the sun moves, relative to the Earth…

 

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… and from simple observation we can see that it moves in a circular path around us… (the alternative being that the Earth moves around the Sun, but we’ve already dismantled that silly theory)…
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We thus get this model, where the sun travels from east to west (i.e. clockwise):

 

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Now, it is common knowledge that the sun stands higher in the sky in the summer than in the winter…

 

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Recalling what we learned about perspective (in Look Around, It Will Astound You), this means that the sun is actually further away in the winter and closer in the summer…

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Thus, we know that the circular path that the sun takes varies throughout the year…

 

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As the sun is visibly lower in the sky in the winter – as illustrated here…

 

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… we can deduce that the sun circles closer to the North (the inner ring) in the summer, and closer to the South (the outer ring) in the winter:

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This is why we get our four seasons….

… and this also explains what the Tropic of Capricorn and Tropic of Cancer are… that is, they are the sun’s paths at the winter and summer solstices!

As for the Equinoxes (in Spring and Autumn), they occur when the sun is travelling around the equator (spiralling inwards or outwards)…

 

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This 6 min video will better explain the path of the sun and moon:

 

For a more thorough look at how the sun moves throughout the year, watch this video:

 

Here is an illustration of why we see the sun “rising” and “setting” at different heights and locations in the sky throughout the year:

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With regard to the illustration above, remember that when the sun is closer (i.e. travelling along the inner circular path) we will see it higher in the sky… and when it is further away (i.e. travelling along the outer circular path) we see it appear lower in the sky…

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Incidentally, this is one of the things the “scientists” like to propagate as visual “proof” that we live on a ball, but that is simply a myth…

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This video does an excellent job explaining the path of the sun as relates to “sunrise” and “sunset”…

 

Speed of the Sun

Another thing to note, is that the distance of the sun’s circular path is shorter in the summer than in the winter, as illustrated below: 

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Now, this is a bit tricky to explain (and won’t give you the full picture yet), so bear with me…

We know that the sun always completes one revolution in 24 hours, no matter which part of its yearly cycle it is in…

… which means that the sun will travel faster in the winter than in the summer, given that it needs to cover the same angle/time zone, while travelling a greater distance (i.e. arc length).

Thus, as the sun travels slower in the summer, its “spotlight” (area of light coverage) will be smaller in the summer than in the winter when it moves faster, as illustrated here…

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Naturally though, as the sun travels slower in the summer months, this means that its light will be more intense in the locations it travels over than in corresponding winter months…

This also means that daylight hours will be longer in the summer (in the northern hemisphere), given that the sun moves slower.

This is also why the sun will set much faster in the winter time than in the summer.

 

Please note that the sun’s light coverage doesn’t actually look exactly as the circles shown in the illustration above.

The 3 min video below will help you visualize things a bit. Notice in particular how the yellow dot (the sun) travels slower centrally, and faster further out:

 

 

 

Here is another awesome 4 min video that summarizes everything we’ve discussed until now that I highly recommend:

 

 

We can calculate the speed of the Sun around the equator as being 1,036mph, which funnily enough is the speed that NASA gives for the the spin of the Earth… they conveniently just flipped it to being the speed of Earth instead of the speed of the Sun!

The calculation for the speed of the sun is outlined below, and you can find the video explaining this here:

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“Shape” of Sunlight Coverage

A visual that will show you more accurately what shape the sunlight coverage has at the solstices can be found on map below…

It is a Flat Earth map printed in 1892, found in the Boston Public Library. You can see a high-quality version of the map here).

As you can see, there are two solar diagrams in the bottom corners…

The reason for the weird shape of the sun coverage will become clear a little later on in this post, but for now, notice that these diagrams show how the sun can provide 24 hour sunlight to the northern Arctic regions in the winter, but no sunlight in winter.

To give you an example, below is a timelapse of the sun taken in the summer time at Nordkapp – the northern-most point in Norway.

As you can see below, the sun only partially sets (i.e. moves further away, as we discussed in Look Around, It Will Astound You), and then rises again… without completely setting, because it is always close enough that it never disappears below the horizon.

 

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If you were at the North Pole there would never be an apparent change in height during a 24 hour period…

In the the middle of the summer , the sun would only appear to circle overhead without setting, and in the winter you would never see the sun.

In fact, the distance to the sun at the North Pole would remain pretty much the same throughout the day, so it would never appear to rise or set in the sky.

The midnight sun is explained in more detail in this video:

 

 

 

Now, how can we explain the 24 hour winter sun in Antarctica?

It doesn’t appear to make any sense on the flat Earth map, and so it is actually one of the points skeptics like to use to “debunk” the flat earth model with, as seen by this video for example:

 

 

24 hour Daylight in Antarctica

On the surface, skeptics do have a good point…

… because how can the sun provide 24 hour sunlight around the outer edges if it travels around like this?…

 

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So, does the Flat Earth fall flat on its face here?…

 

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Many videos will suggest one of two explanations:

 

  1. the 24 hour daylight in Antarctica is a hoax; or
  2. there are two suns (here’s an example of such disinformation)…

 

… both of which are the

 

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So how does it work?

To answer that, we need to first recall what we learned in The Torus and Ancient Cosmology

In that post, we derived a mathematical model for the universe using mathematics – including magnetism, sacred geometry, the golden mean (phi), and vector equilibrium:

 

 

We also saw how ancients all over the world saw the Universe…

 

 

 

If we combine the toroidal model (based on magnetism, mathematics, and nature), with the ancient cosmological models and the Flat Earth map, we get this:

 

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Now, with what you see above in mind, what conclusions can you make about the sky?

 

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Let me give you a hint…

 

 

 

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For more dramatic effect, here’s what Hollywood says… (… the truth in plain sight again…)

 

 

Now, the existence of a dome upon which the sun can reflect will perfectly explain how the sun can provide 24 hour sunlight in Antarctica…

 

 

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To start to understand how 24 hour Antarctic daylight is possible on the flat earth, first watch the video below.

 

As you can see, the existence of rainbows suggests that there is a reflective dome above our heads…

Incidentally, rainbows only appear when a light source is shined at vapour at a 42° angle… the significance of which we will cover in a later post.

 

Another visual confirmation of a dome is the appearance of “sun dogs” in the sky…

 

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Here is how wikipedia explains sun dogs:

 

Sun dogs (or sundogs), mock suns or phantom suns, scientific name parhelia (singular parhelion), are an atmospheric phenomenon that consists of a pair of bright spots on either horizontal side on the Sun, often co-occurring with a luminous ring known as a 22° halo.

Sun dogs are a member of a large family of halos, created by light interacting with ice crystals in the atmosphere. (…)

Sun dogs are commonly caused by the refraction of light from plate-shaped hexagonal ice crystals either in high and cold cirrus or cirrostratus clouds or, during very cold weather, drifting in the air at low levels, in which case they are called diamond dust

The crystals act as prisms, bending the light rays passing through them with a minimum deflection of 22°. As the crystals gently float downwards with their large hexagonal faces almost horizontal, sunlight is refracted horizontally, and sun dogs are seen to the left and right of the Sun. Larger plates wobble more, and thus produce taller sundogs.

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Does anyone actually believe this stuff?

 

 

I mean, “ice crystals” that are “members of a large family of halos” and called “diamond dust” are said to have “large hexagonal faces” and “bend the light rays” while “gently floating downwards“…

Oh, and don’t forget that the “larger plates wobble more” … that’s a crucial detail.

 

Seriously, these guys must have been smoking some pretty strong stuff to come up with this rubbish!

 

 

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Anyways, once you’ve gathered yourself from the ridiculousness above, watch this short video showing you a sun dog in the sky.

This video also talks about sun dogs as relates to the dome if you want to see more.

 

Here are some photographs showing the suns reflection on the inside of the dome…

 

 

Worth noting that the internet is full of videos saying that this “second Sun” is Nibiru/Planet X coming, but that is completely false.

The “second Sun” only ever appears behind the actual Sun, so the only logical explanation for it is that the sun is reflecting on a curved firmament.

 

Here is an illustration of what is happening:

 

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Now, you’ll recall from above that the diagrams of the sunlight below have some odd shapes (considering that the circular sun radiates light evenly).

This is because the light is “contained” below the domed sky, and reflected accordingly… as you will come to see clearly below.

 

With this in mind, what is happening to produce the 24 daylight in Antarctica is as follows.

 

As you know from above, the sun travels in a circular path…

In the summer the sun travels closer to the center (along The Tropic of Cancer), and in the winter it travels in a wider circle (along the Tropic of Capricorn).

 

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Thus, if there is a dome above our heads (the existence of which is evident due to rainbows and sun dogs, as discussed), then the sun will be closer to the the dome in winter…

 

Therefore, one would expect that the sun’s reflection in the dome would be stronger during the winter months, and weaker in the summer…

 

Now, remember this illustration from earlier…

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… As you can see, there is plenty of sunlight “outside” the map from the winter sun…

This “extra” sunlight will be reflected on the dome,… and at just the right angle (i.e. when the sun is nearest the dome) it will reflect around to give Antarctica 24 hours of sunlight in December!

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Thus, the size and “shape” of coverage of sunlight will vary throughout the year, depending on where the sun is relative to the dome.

The following illustration shows this more clearly.

It shows the position of the sun at midday , along with sunrise and sunsets (as taken from timeanddate.com), on the first day of each month from 1st January to 1st December. For more details see this video, which has done a great job of explaining the motion of the sun (with particular focus on Australia).

 

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Here is a second illustration, taken from this video:

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Any domed reflective surface will exhibit the same effect when a light is shined on it, so you can try it yourself with a flashlight and the inside of a metallic salad bowl for instance…

Here is an example of someone doing this experiment for themselves:

 

 

By the way, you should be noticing that everything that is physically true with the flat earth model can be easily repeated with simple scientific experiments, most of which any 10 year old child can replicate…

 

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If a child wasn’t “taught” that they were living on a ball, do you think they would believe that themselves? …

… Or would they find the truth with their own eyes and with simple experiments?

 

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Apparently scientists seem to have forgotten about the scientific method, as they have been so deluded by the complicated maths taught to them in school!

 

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Anyways, we will now move on from the dome, and continue our study of the sun by looking at Solar Analemma.

 

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Solar Analemma

 

The Analemma is a diagram plotting the sun’s position in the sky throughout the year, as seen here:

 

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Notice that the loop between August and April is much larger than the loop in the summer months.

This happens because between August and April the sun is “outside” the equator, and the Flat Earth is wider outside the equator.

 

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You can see this clearly in the illustration you saw earlier. Note the “figure 8” that the sun does in its relative motion throughout the year:

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The “scientists” say that the analemma occurs because…

…”Due to the Earth’s axial tilt and orbital eccentricity, the Sun will not be in the same position in the sky at the same time every day.

“[The analemma] has the form of a slender figure-eight, and can often be found on globes of the Earth.”

As any 10 year old can see, any model with two identical halves (like the globe earth, which says that the southern hemisphere is just as large as the northern hemisphere) cannot physically correlate to the analemma as seen in the sky (that has one loop larger than the other)!

 

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Here are some examples from around the world:

 

The reason why the analemma varies from place to place is due to perspective, as explained here:

 

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This video outlines the motion of the sun and especially analemma very well:

 

Another way we can track the sun is through sun dials.

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I won’t go into detail here, but this is a useful video if you’d like to understand why sundials prove the flat Earth model.

What I find most interesting is that the sun’s shape will mark out the yin-yang shape when measured over an entire year:

 

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The yin-yang represents the opposing but complementary energies of the sun and moon:

 

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More on the yin yang a bit later, but first we’re going to shift our attention to the moon for a bit, so you can safely take off your sunglasses now 🙂

 

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The Moon

As you’ve already seen above, the moon behaves in the same way the sun does…

Just like the sun, the moon reflects on the top of clouds…

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Moon rays diverge, just like sun rays…

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The moon occasionally reflects on the dome, just like the sun…. (photo from here)…

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… and the sun and moon both reflect over water in the same way too:

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Speaking of reflections, here’s something else about the moon that NASA overlooked…

 

 

Now, the diameter we are given by NASA for the moon is 3,474 km, which is almost exactly 400 times smaller than the sun… (more on that later on).

Just like we did for the sun, we can also calculate the size of, and distance to, the moon, using similar methods…

Measurements show that the moon is the same size and distance away as the sun… that is, around 3,500 miles in height, and 32 nautical miles in diameter.

… I’ll spare you the mathematical details though, as it should be pretty obvious from photos of the moon above that that is indeed the case (feel free to calculate it for yourself though!).

 

Time lapse photography of the moon path compared to the sun path also makes it obvious that the sun and moon share almost identical circular paths:

 

Here’s what Nikola Tesla had to say on the moon’s path…

 

 

The axis he is talking of is the one at the center of the flat plane, around which the sun also “orbits”…

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Now, as you know, the moon has phases that vary as it proceeds through its 30 day cycle relative to the sun, as shown here:

 

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The lunar phases on the Flat Earth are illustrated in this astronomical calendar:

 

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Now, allow me to point out that although the moon changes phase depending on its position relative to the sun, the moon is a most certainly NOT reflecting the suns light.

We know this for several reasons; here are three:

1. As seen by the naked eye, moonlight and sunlight behave the same way. For example, we can see moonlight reflecting on water, and light rays from the moon diverge in exactly the same way that sun rays do:

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Incidentally, the reflection that we see would not be possible on a globe, for obvious reasons:

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2. Moonlight produces its own heat – and interestingly enough it has the complete opposite properties to sunlight, as shown in the video below, which incidentally also supports the fact that the sun and moon have opposite electromagnetic energies.

3. If the moon was a sphere only reflecting the suns light, we would expect to see the middle of it to be brighter than the edges, given that light shone onto a sphere wouldn’t all be reflected in the same direction. What we see in reality is that the moon is lit up equally all over its surface.

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Clearly, the fact that the moon’s light changes according to its own position relative to the sun does NOT mean that it is reflecting the sun’s light. The moon light is independent of the sun, even though its phases changes correlate to its position relative to the sun.

Now, there are several things relating to moon phases that the globe model can’t explain, such as the waning/waxing quarter phases, shown here:

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Here is an illustration of how we see the moon at different geographical locations:

 

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This is the reason why the moon is “upside down” when viewed from the southern hemisphere compared to the moon as viewed in the Northern hemisphere…

The observers are simply looking at the moon from a different angle…

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The textbook explanation for this effect is this…

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… though we know this is false for many reasons, one of which is the daytime full moon…

 

 

Now, according to the heliocentric model, the full moon occurs when the moon is in its furthest point away from the sun in its orbit…

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This would mean that the only place you could see a full moon, is on the dark side of the Earth… i.e. at night!

The side of the ball Earth facing the sun (i.e. the side with daytime) would never be able to see a full moon.

 

In other words, the people at “A” in this diagram (where it is daytime), would never be able to see the full moon, as it would be in observable only from point “C” (where it is nighttime)…

 

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Thus, the full moon in daylight is impossible on the globe!

 

 

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Another fun fact about the moon is that we always see the same side of it, hence why we get the term “the dark side of the moon”…

This 4 min video will make it very clear that we only see one side of it, and suggests that the moon is a 2D disc:

 

 

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According to NASA the reason why we always see the same side is because it rotates on its axis at exactly the same speed as the Earth completes one revolution…

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That’s another nice little coincidence for NASA’s made up model…

 

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… and speaking of coincidences, let’s talk about…

 

Eclipses

Solar Eclipse

 

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“Scientists” say that

  • Diameter of the Sun = 1,391,400 km
  • Diameter of the Moon 3,474 km

Thus, the sun is 400.5 times further away than the moon (ie. Diameter of sun/Diameter of moon = 400.5).

They also say that

  • Distance to the Sun = 149,600,000 km
  • Distance to the Moon = 384,400 km

Thus, the sun is 389.2 times bigger than the moon (i.e. size of sun/size moon = 389.2)

So, these two celestial objects just happen to have almost identical ratio’s of distance and size, which is what enables them to perfectly align to form perfect eclipses…

 

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Apparently, of all the moons and planets in our solar system, our sun and moon are the only ones where this happens…

Think about how small the odds would be for the moon to perfectly block out the sun, if the sun, moon, and Earth are all spheres millions of miles apart…  and all of which have just randomly formed…

 

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Don’t forget that the overlap would have to happen in 3 dimensions as well, not just in 2D as you see in pictures….

… Those odds… shrinking further…

 

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… and then on top of that, consider that Eclipses happen multiple times per year…

 

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Here is the real explanation for eclipses:

 

 

 

Lunar Eclipse

 

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Before we delve into the lunar eclipse, allow me to point out that this is one of the trickiest aspects of the Flat Earth model to figure out, and there are numerous theories out there as to how it works.

Nonetheless, I’ve done my best to collate the information I think gives the most logical answer, though this particular section does involve an element of speculation as information on this subject is rather limited (and those who do possess the information – eg. NASA, will never disclose it).

As such, I recommend that you supplement what you read below with your own independent research, in order to exercise your own judgement with regards to how lunar eclipses work. 🙂

 

 

First off, note that predicting when lunar eclipses will happen is simply a matter of keeping track of the motion of the sun and moon, and recording the dates and times of all eclipses.

Once you know how long it takes for each cycle it becomes fairly straightforward to predict eclipses. Chinese astronomers were particularly good at it, and their records go back thousands of years.

We also know from solar eclipses that the moon can travel in front of the sun (to block it out), and that could only happen if they aren’t at exactly the same height.

 

Now, based on evidence documented by astronomers for centuries, it would appear that the moon is a translucent disc…

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This is due to the fact that astronomers have in fact documented that they have seen stars THROUGH the moon, as is discussed in this 13 min video:

 

 

So the moon doesn’t reflect the suns light – meaning that it has it’s own light source, but appears to be translucent, suggesting that the moon itself isn’t the source of it’s light…

… With that in mind it’s quite logical to conclude that a mechanical setup like this is probable:

 

 

 

This 14min video also outlines numerous examples of what astronomers have documented with regards to the moon:

 

As mentioned in the videos above, based on ancient astronomy and the observable sky, there appears to be another transparent celestial object causing lunar eclipses…

Ancient vedic astronomers referred to this as Rahu, or the Black Sun, and you will find evidence for it in many other astronomical archives too.

The video below does a nice job explaining the moon in relation to Rahu, and also suggests that the moon’s light appears to be coming from behind the moon, with the translucent moon disc acting as a sort of light filter.

 

 

 

This short 2min video does a nice job summarizing the material on lunar eclipses above:

 

For anyone who wants to continue their research regarding the moon, Sun, Moon, and Stars Prove the Flat Earth is a great 24 min video providing a good overview of many of the things we’ve talked about in this post.

I also highly recommend Flat Earth Advanced – The Moon by Mark Knight, which is the most comprehensive study of the lunar eclipse (from a FE perspective) that I’ve come across. It is a 96-pages-long pdf, but is actually a very quick and easy read with lot’s of great illustrations:

 

Now, I’m sure you’re wondering how the sun and moon can just magically travel around in the sky like they do…

 

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For that we turn to Nikola Tesla and magnetism again…

 

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Electromagnetic Levitation

 

Recall from The Torus and Ancient Cosmology what Tesla had to say about the Earth…

 

 

The sun and moon are powered wirelessly with the electromagnetic field“…

 

Well, that would make sense, because as you’ve seen above (and in The Torus and Ancient Cosmology) our Universe is a giant magnetic field…

 

 

… “This field also suspends the celestial spheres with electro-magnetic levitation“…

 

Here you see the sun and moon suspended inside the torus field:

 

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Thankfully, we have already covered magnetism in detail in Magnetism: Tesla’s Key to the Universe as well as in Crop Circles and Ancient Power Plants,…

… so we won’t have to cover any more of that technical stuff here…

 

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This video will show you exactly what is going on here:

 

 

 

So the sun and moon are behaving according to electromagnetism…

 

Does this then mean that they each have some sort of electromagnetic energy?

 

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Well, you saw earlier that the moon and sun have opposite heat properties (i.e. in this video), and you were also briefly introduced to the yin-yang earlier, which represents the perfect balance of positive and negative energy…

 

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Positive and negative doesn’t necessarily mean good and bad, it just means that they are opposing, like the north and south poles of a magnet.

Why is this interesting?

Well, the opposing energies of the sun and moon have a huge effect on when you can catch the best waves bro!

 

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Tides

As pertains to tides, I will let the two videos below do most of the talking, but in a nutshell, tides work like this:

Water is diamagnetic – that is, it tends to to become magnetized in a direction at 180° to the applied magnetic field…

Think of it like this:

If the water is positively charged, and you introduce a large body that is positively charged (like the sun), the water will be repelled (since positive charge repels positive charge)… meaning that it will be pushed away from the sun above and up onto the sea shore…

In contrast, if the negatively charged moon comes near, the positively charged water will be attracted to it, thus moving away from the sea shore.

When the sun and moon are aligned, the electromagnetic energy increases and thus we see high tide.

 

 

The two awesome  videos below will explain this in more depth:

  • Flat Earth: Tides & The Electromagnetic Energy of the Sun & Moon (Part 1):

  • Flat Earth: Tides & The Electromagnetic Energy of the Sun & Moon (Part 2):

 

 

Weather Patterns

Another interesting thing to take notice of as regards the path of the sun and moon are their effect on weather.

Weather patterns make A LOT more sense with an Azimunthal Equidistant (i.e. flat earth) map, as the video below shows.

Air flow, ocean currents, temperature, etc… all follow a perfectly circular pattern, as if they were following the motion of the sun and moon…

 

 

You can play around with that weather tool for yourself at:

https://earth.nullschool.net/#current/wind/surface/level/overlay=temp/azimuthal_equidistant=0.00,90.00,100

 

Now, comparing the flat earth model to the one presented to us by “scientists”…

If the Earth was tilted (at a 23.4° angle as they say), then surely the hottest “temperature” band wouldn’t be around the equator, but rather it should be at a 90° angle to the sun…

Yet again, the globe model just doesn’t fit with what nature tells us…

 

 

With all of the above in mind, which of these two temperature maps do you think make the most sense?

 

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Now, compare the map plotting wind on the globe Earth,…

 

… to the wind on a FE map:

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Now, you saw this earlier:

 

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… here is that pattern overlayed on a map of cyclone activity…

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Notice that cyclone activity also follows a circular path, so is no doubt affected by the motion of the sun and moon.

Notice also how the two most pronounced areas of bad weather within the in the northern hemisphere (ie. inside the equator) occur near the points of vernal and autumnal equinoxes.

 

 

 


 

Conclusion

To wrap up, let me remind you what we have learned here today about the sun and moon:

  • they are both only 3,500 miles away;
  • they are both 32 nautical miles in diameter;
  • they only appear to change height due to perspective;
  • they travel in a circular path above the Flat Earth (FE) plane;
  • the sky is dome-shaped;
  • the 24 hour sun in both the Arctic and Antarctic are accounted for by the FE model;
  • the lunar phases are perfectly explained by the FE model;
  • eclipses make perfect sense on the FE model, but would be practically impossible on a globe;
  • the sun and moon levitate due to electromagnetic levitation;
  • the opposing energies of the sun and moon are responsible for the tides;
  • weather patterns (including termperature, wind, currents, etc) correspond perfectly to the movement of the sun and moon on a FE map.

 

All the evidence from looking at the sun and moon clearly suggests that the Earth is flat!

 

 

And on that bombshell, that concludes my study of the sun and moon.

 

 

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Now, if there’s anything in this post that you don’t agree with…

 

 

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Just kidding!

 

Feel free to get in touch if you have any feedback or questions, and also don’t forget to share this if you enjoyed reading it. 🙂

 

 

 

With that said, it looks like my work here is done.

 

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To be continued

 

 

 

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