OUR FLAT DOMED CLOSED SYSTEM EXPLAINED

Allegedly Dave is a wonderful spokesperson for the FE Movement.

3 thoughts on “OUR FLAT DOMED CLOSED SYSTEM EXPLAINED

  1. Pat from Canada May 23, 2016 at 3:47 pm Reply

    This is not a comment, it is a question. I am new to this research, so I need some help. Please explain to me how in Africa that you can see exactly the same configurations of stars in they sky as we do here in Canada…. the kite, the big dipper etc. It seems to me to be only possible with the flat earth teachings. How would the Heliocentric teachings explain it, or can’t they?

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    • Adam May 23, 2016 at 9:32 pm Reply

      That is absolutely only possible on a flat Earth. I have no idea how the heliocentrists would explain that away, but I know they’d have some pseudoscientific explanation that cannot be tested or verified.

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  2. bodhimoss May 24, 2016 at 4:36 am Reply

    Mr. Murphy claims that the FE means we (earth) are it, there are no other planets, no universe, no alien civilizations. Why can’t the universe be filled with other planes and domes and civilizations? Why does the dome have to be impervious? We don’t even know what it is made of, but flat eathers seem thrilled to turn earth into a prison planet.

    I am new to this subject and so far I have no theoretical issues with FE per se, except that everyone seems to believe it proves the existence of god, that humans and earth are his special pet project and totally unique. (No mention of Gaia Sophia, a.k.a Mother Earth.) This sounds like just more religious dogma.

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