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The moon's crookedness is caused by our going toward the center of the galactic plane
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[quote:Sungaze_At_Dawn:MV8yMDEzOTI1XzM0NTc5MDAwX0RCRjRGRDhB] [quote:Anonymous Coward 27374412:MV8yMDEzOTI1XzM0NTc4ODY3X0E1NjVGOTcy] [quote:Sungaze_At_Dawn:MV8yMDEzOTI1XzM0NTc4NzgzXzM3RDc1N0Q4] [quote:Karlos:MV8yMDEzOTI1XzMzODc4NTY3X0Q0ODQ0Nzcx] [b]<In our EU, everything has a polarity, North and South. The Sun has such a polarity. Earth being made of an Iron core then is also magnetized to North South poles. It's what accounts for our orbit around the sun,>[/b] Er-r-r-m nope! That would be gravity [b]<You're the kind of gal>[/b] Since when was 'Karlos' a Gal's name? [b]<You likewise haven't also formulated any intelligent response proving that we are going away from it, besides for a few links that you are not the Author of. So wherewithwhich are your evidence?>[/b] I provided links to studies on the subject - Up to now you still have provided NOTHING but misconceptions and hear'say [b]<The Calendar that I base my assertions have no contemporary equal within modern day science,>[/b] What calendar would that be then..? [b]<See my comments already above in regards to the North and South polarities. Strong EM forces hold us together, not the weak Gravity of which you mighty and dear, of which of all the mass on the Earth I can still counteract it by lifting my foot of the Earth and planting it in another spot.>[/b] Way to show that your understanding of gravity is very weak. The Sun exerts much more gravitational influence than Earth - and the earth's mass also contributes a little to the effect. You do understand that EVERYTHING exerts some gravitaional effect don't you? [b]<Someone who doesn't do much skywatching perhaps doesn't ever see any signs, that much is probably true.>[/b] I do FAR more skywatching than most - including you, I'm willing to bet. I'm out with a scope EVERY night the sky is clear - as I type this I have a scope outside cooling to ambient temperature so I can get the best from it later tonight. [b]<So says you, but we already know what you are about, and countless others have lain testament to this very fact, despite so much of the ridicule to the contrary>[/b] No, those who think there's a problem with the Moon, have very little knowledge/experience of viewing it - Any experienced observer understands field rotation. [b]<To compound your unenlightened shame further, you also are not aware of the great twistings of the polar currents of the Sun?>[/b] I am perfectly aware of the Sun's cycles and currents - I'm also perfectly aware that the way the Sun is acting is nothing that it hasn't done before - and we are still here. [b]<Modern Academia is well-known for being riddled with producing Group Think and Yes Men and other terms for the same thing[/b] I can't speak for other countries - but in this country, if you go on to a University degree in a science subject, you do A LOT of your own research, verifying the principles you are taught - We don't just blindly believe what is fed us, we verify the priciples and laws with our own experiments. [/quote] Whether we are approaching the plane itself, ie. Earth heading away, or earth approaching, is significant. Very much so. And mainstream science is not going to have the answers, in addition there are already different scientists who have said the opposite, ie. The Horizon Project. We have a library of records on earth as well, both geophysical such as La Violette's studies and in ancient records of the people. But, most of what you're saying seems to rely on the flawed model/theory/postulate that many scientists put forward as if its a factoid, though they know its a theory, not an altar to worhsip on, their not the priests worshipping on an altar, its a theory that has already been disproven by actual experiential and field time observations. Those field time observations, for example, ie NASA's studies on comets, that weren't the dirty iceballs they maintained, but were very clean, emitted Xrays, seemed like capacitors, and while they called this mysterious, every finding was already predicted by the EU theorists. We're in an Electric Universe. Gravity is a lesser force than EM. There are no black holes. A lot of their theories are errors. I'd watch this, NASA was wrong on comets and the only fit for them is EU. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dotIv6bJemE[/youtube] 1/6 Comets - Not What We Expected The sun isn't what is conventionally thought either. Theres a lot more planets with heat and an atmosphere of sorts in our solar system. EU changes everything. But what I don't understand about EU is how it all relates to the Galactic Plane. And what if this cycle isn't Galactic Plane, but La Violette's energy output, the one is a 26 000 cycle relating to the core. But is the galactic plane a 26 000 year cycle. We're not being told the truth so how would we know. And something our official scientists, as opposed to black op, don't study is SOUL. and Our own magnetism, and what really caused earth tilts. Its not the galactic core!!!!!!!!! Good Planets don't Tilt! They don't suffer as many disasters overall. Cycles can be Lions or Lambs, depending on negative/positive charge of people. [/quote] Wow, I had not considered that before. There are indeed two basic fundamental charges, which in my opinion are just the direction of their spin. Perhaps on this world we require both polarities, the yin and yang, but just as the new discovery has recently been made, that of a single polarity occurring in the Universe, there can go our own Souls to a Future where we need NOT of a negative! [/quote] We're not really meant to maintain the balance, ying/yang. That is the starting point, entry into the school, game. But with practice at riding without training wheels, gaining in positivity and advancing to higher levels, is the goal, upward progression to nice places. There is nothing at all to fear in all of this, ie. striving and yearning for a wonderful equal world and striving to live with positivity and integrity and love creates the next step, its interactive. But no matter what happens here, this is for all intense and purposes a dream state, experiences here are temporal. But what we see, and strive to become, yearn for, and do, is more important. CME's seem to be feared alot, alot of doom threads. I've only had really positive, awakening, experiences, with more memories when they hit. But then there was an earthquake off of Vancouver Island. So it may be how we see things, what degree of polarity we have that relates to what can happen. If there is a big cycle going on, are there theories that earth will move out of orbit? If the sun generates planets for example, don't they move out? Isn't it all like a giant clock with gears? [/quote]
In our EU, the usual nearer and stronger EM forces of the sun keep us oriented--usually.
However as we approach galactic center, the forces there are so strong that we tilt even moreso sometimes (given whatever conditions we pass through at any given time), giving that mushroom smoking Cat like grin to the moon we witness, sometimes, even out of season.
Not to mention the polar disarray the sun is also going through not only with its own solar cycles (of which are bad enough), but--again--approaching galactic center.
These are signs of our impending pole shift.
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