2 More Simple Visual Observations Debunking Heliocentric Theory; Moon Phases

Should not the 1st and 3rd quarter moons  show a curved shadow and not a straight line if the Moon were lighting half the moon when we are partially obscured from our perspective on earth?  How can it be a straight line?  Note curves on waxing and waning 1/4 moons.


moon phases diagram


And How can Sun’s rays splay out (as opposed to the depiction above) if it is 93 million miles away.  (think of a flashlight at distance)


STRAIGHT Line Bisecting Moon. The Curved Sun should be reflected on the Moon, like on Crescent moons, but it is not. hmmm.

If It is a straight line at half moon, why is it not a straight line at crescent moon????
STRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIGHT, Like is Being Blocked by  a Flat, Plane!!!

The Story of the Black Sun, Rahu

See also:

How Does the Moon Show Us the Same Face if it Rotates?

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

How Do Eclipses Occur When Sun and Moon Are Overhead?



One thought on “2 More Simple Visual Observations Debunking Heliocentric Theory; Moon Phases

  1. rodney March 22, 2016 at 6:58 pm Reply

    I had an idea pop into my head today, which may be another way to substantiate the obvious. Does the Sun and Moon leave an invisible foot print? What I mean by this, are there any invisible energies that are not seen by the human eye, such as magnetism or radiation that may be used to help prove one way or another, what is the true reality.


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