The World is Falling!

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 […]

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666 Decoded

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 […]

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Is this magic?

The Radius of an Orbit found from the Radius of the Orbiter. This only applies to orbiters having axial rotation. An experiment: A bicycle with wheels of 10″ radius cycles round a velodrome and completes the course in 740 turns. This makes the radius of the velodrome track 10″ x 740 = 7400″ (or 616.6 […]

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The moons distance revisited

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 […]

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Distance to the Sun

DATA: Earth’s circumference is 24887.64 miles( 40044.2 km) 24887.64 x 365.25 cycles= 90900210 miles The radius of this circle is 1447485.7miles, the distance to the sun The sun appears to be 0.5degrees The length of the circle divided by 720(360×2) will give the real diameter of the sun 90900210/ 720 =12625miles( 20313.6 km) You may […]

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The Speed of Light

It was not until man began to explore the universe with telescopes that he began to consider the question of the speed of light. In the early seventeenth century, the famous Italian scientist, Galileo, first attempted to measure the speed of light, unsuccessfully. But, about fifty years later, the Danish astronomer, Ole Römer, in 1676, measured the speed of light by […]

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