If you’ve completed secondary (high school) school, the chances are you have a vague understanding that the Earth and Planets orbit the Sun in a series of concentric rings. You may also know of solstices (winter/summer) and equinoxes (spring/autumn), which are markers for Earth’s seasons. What you may not know is “precession”, which is described […]Read More The World is Falling!
As with all gematria there are many levels of interpretation and understanding in numbers. Each level is unique and cannot be conflated with another level. Hopefully you will soon understand what this means… The number 666 is infamously called the number of Evil. Not because there is any evidence of this attribute, but the conflation […]Read More 666 Decoded
The length of a degree is in a ratio to the radius of a circle. (The centre of the circle is the eye! The viewing device). Whatever length of unit is used to define one, equally dictates the other. Earths radius of 3963 miles produces a degree length of 24887.64 ÷ 360 = 69.13 miles. […]Read More A formula for finding the length of a degree.
Data used for calculating moons distance from earth: Earths dimensions: Wikipedia Moons rise/set times – Time and Date Moons location above earth: Sub Solar/Lunar Point The diagram above shows the minimum distance for an object to be seen by half the planet simultaneously. Any farther, then like the sun, half the planet […]Read More The moons distance revisited
Morality and Ethics. By their definition, they are subjective concepts, like beauty. No matter the logic, the philosophy, the fame of the author, any description is merely their opinion. More important is the purpose of morality/ethics. When seen as the foundation of a society of people it had an altogether different meaning. In this instance, […]Read More The purpose of Morality
You have to discover God in you. That which keeps you alive is God. That which knows you cannot die is God. God is indefinable by the fact that definition requires boundaries. God has no boundaries. When you know that everything you see is real, then you get a sense of God IN you. Seeing […]Read More Being in God
Our Sun really is the physical aspect of our Heavenly Father. Without our sun there could be no life as we know it. Granted, our description of life is limited and paradoxical. Without our sun we could not have the sense of time that we experience that gives us an interpretation of the physical world […]Read More The Sun, our Great Father
Free will implies the ability to manifest reality. If this is a fact, then reality is an abstract construct. We imagine the laws, rules, and above all patterns. We construct reality from our awareness of cycles. Repetition, to be observed, requires the ability to separate foreground from background. To do this we have to imagine […]Read More Choosing Reality
The experience of physical reality requires the human sensors to feel “pressure”, be it the photon of light from a star, or the crushing weight of a huge stone, or even the sounds of rain – all experiences are the result of pressure on a sensor. This pressure is the equivalent of hell, the fall, etc, […]Read More Heaven and Hell
The second diagram below shows the minimum distance for an object to be seen by half the planet simultaneously. Any farther, then, like the sun, half the planet would see the object and its distance could not be calculated using rise/set observations. But the moon cannot be observed simultaneously over 180˚. For example, when it […]Read More The moon’s distance – calculations explained