Flat Earth Sunbeams


how can a Sun produce a “hot spot” on the Ocean from 93 million miles away???

~ Credit to My Perspective

The Sun is said to be 93 million miles away. At that distance, light would be greatly diffused and the ray beam, spread and wide, yet that is exactly the opposite we observe when looking at the Sun filtered through clouds or water. Why?  A: Because the Sun is only a few thousand miles above us, not such beyond comprehension distances of tens of millions of miles away.  This is also why the Sun feels these days like a hot spot on your skin (that and the fact we’ve blown a whole in the Ionosphere allowing deadly UVB rays to penetrate the Earth)

5 thoughts on “Flat Earth Sunbeams

  1. Albino Galuppini October 31, 2015 at 9:04 am Reply
  2. Gavin November 3, 2015 at 8:02 am Reply

    Using the Sun beams angles from two fixed points at the same time I am ninety percent sure that is how they gave the Sun to be 700 miles up in the Zetetic astronomy book (read it a while ago now .?)


  3. Gavin November 30, 2015 at 8:35 am Reply

    I have caught this over belfast harbour email me and I will send you the photos can not find your contact details ?


  4. AINSOPH777 November 7, 2017 at 9:27 pm Reply

    hey jamie The sun is not 3200 miles up, that was pushed by the freemasonic zeteics. The fact that the sun is repetitively observed behind clouds and that the human eye can only render out 3 miles distance to the horizon proves to me that the sun is 3 miles up or closer. Birds have been filmed behind the sun…. I love the site tho and all of youre work namaste


  5. EvidencePlease December 2, 2017 at 5:31 am Reply

    AINSOPH777 – What supports comparing the sun overhead with the horizon, as far as distance is concerned?


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