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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:Anonymous Coward 11946116:MV8yMDEzOTI1XzM0MjU4NDY3X0NCQkE2M0NF] [quote:Anonymous Coward 25480060:MV8yMDEzOTI1XzMzODc0NTgzXzdCQzExNUU=] [quote:Anonymous Coward 25480060:MV8yMDEzOTI1XzMzODczNDMyX0Y1QUFBOEQ=] [quote:Natagee 8422550:MV8yMDEzOTI1XzMzODczMzU0X0I1MkNCRUJC] Night before last, driving home I noticed the constellation Orion was huge,the stars where normal brightness but the space it occupied in the sky was at lest twice as big as normal.An atmospheric lens effect. [/quote] Now that you mention it, it did seem rather bigger to me too, but I couldn't swear by it. The spacing in the belt seemed about right. However if our atmosphere changes, certainly our perception of how it looks will change, and there's ample evidence that our atmosphere has also changed in its density not to mention composition. Thanks for the thought in this direction. [/quote] You know, I was thinking more of your words, and I have to say that you are RIGHT on the money. When I was looking at Orion and the other stars in the sky, I noticed how utterly peculiar that the night sky had such a small dome look to it. More than 20 years ago, you could look up at the sky and never notice it, just there would be all that vast sky and endless sea of stars for you to peer at while you lay back on the earth, if you were so inclined. Even a shooting star came into view, and how incredible was its short curved arc! The solar winds and the other plasmas entering our path has definitely taken a Huge bite out of our planet's apple of air. Now our atmospheric eye around our earth is smaller, and the stars are so tightly wrapped about us, that of course they seem much bigger! So thank you. ~~~ Another thing I've been pondering on, has been the number three. I've recently re-read LOTRs which conistently uses 3 everywhere, from his Fellowship of companions, to the ages, etc, and also Moby Dick where 3 is also used, such as in the number of Harpooners on board. What is the significance of the 3? I think it's from the fundamental coordinates in space, X, Y, and Z axis. Again we come to the cross again. And probably something they won't tell you in class, but which I've concluded, is that the White Whale, Moby Dick, is the Sun. . There's even a whole chapter on how sometimes abhorrent is the Whiteness of something, and alludes at least one time to the Whale being like the Sun. He has struck Ahab once at the beginning, and who is Ahab? It's the very ones like in this thread that Refuse to acknowledge the truth...that would rather Bury the truth of Reality than to acknowledge the Beast is far Greater than himself, and bring everyone else down with him. It's no wonder then that the movie 2012 also featured a copy of this book, because it also of course describes the very compelling and devastating reality of Water. WATER! Yes there will be lots of it everywhere when the Shift occurs. [/quote] been a 'skywatcher' all my life and must say that the moon looked brighter and more unusual (and lower) than I've ever seen it nov 1 and a bright star (planet-maybe jupiter?) high above it. stunning. your explanation is facinating. [/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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