Solar Eclipse Equinox

This Friday 20/03/2015 sees an unusual Lunar event, being a total eclipse of the Sun, occurring at the Spring Equinox. This rare event has seeming significance which has brought out the doomsayers and harbingers of global catastrophe.
What timing eh? Mr Putin has been returned to us and puts his military on exercise next to the NATO exercises in Norway. Satanyahoo has been re-elected despite the odds on God’s good Earth being against. And the Pope is on a zero hours contract.
Are they all following the same script or being guided by the hand of a hidden choreographer?
And then there are the anomalies of the Moon itself. Geologists have determined it ‘rings like a bell’ – it’s hollow? It’s size is way too big for it’s mass – a ‘natural’ satelite of Earth should be at least a quarter size of the Moon, other satelites in our solar system are indeed very much smaller than their planets, and it should be closer to us if indeed it is our gravitational field that links us.
The moon revolves at EXACTLY the same speed as Earth, so we are only ever presented with one face and never see the ‘Dark Side’. The full Moon is EXACTLY the same size as the solar disc of the Sun and at eclipse covers it PERFECTLY. What are the chances that we on Earth can see our satelite perfectly cover the disc of the Sun from where we are?
We are told that the twenty-eight day cycle of the Moon is what governs many cycles on Earth. The Sun has a seven day cycle – maybe multiples of seven is the real governing cycle. Is it really the gravity of the Moon which pulls our surface water around?

Crrow777 has done much research and observation of the Moon. He’s got many interesting things to say, especially about the holographic Moon (check out his YouTube channel)


4 Responses to “Solar Eclipse Equinox”

  1. Gordon says:

    The link refers back to the article for some reason but I’ll get back to commenting shortly.

    • 137) Another assumption and supposed proof of Earth’s shape, heliocentrists claim that lunar eclipses are caused by the shadow of the ball-Earth occulting the Moon. They claim the Sun, Earth, and Moon spheres perfectly align like three billiard balls in a row so that the Sun’s light casts the Earth’s shadow onto the Moon. Unfortunately for heliocentrists, this explanation is rendered completely invalid due to the fact that lunar eclipses have happened and continue to happen regularly when both the Sun and Moon are still visible together above the horizon! For the Sun’s light to be casting Earth’s shadow onto the Moon, the three bodies must be aligned in a straight 180 degree syzygy, but 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. Therefore the eclipsor of the Moon cannot be the Earth/Earth’s shadow and some other explanation must be sought.

  2. freebornman says:

    My neighbor keeps a couple of ponies, I spotted three guys in the yard where he keeps them. they had opened the shed where the horse-box is stored. I put them to ground with my big torch and saw them leave shortly after. Possible sacrifice for friday? Keep your eyes peeled if you have animals outdoors.

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