Category Archives: Ancient Cosmology
Really Good Dot Connecting and historical Flat Earth narrative by Richard. Learn and enjoy
The aim of this post is to present an accurate and comprehensive picture of what the stars are and how they move in the night sky, as simple observation tells us that they are not at all what NASA tell us that they are.
It is also my hope that this post may inspire you to look upon the night sky with new eyes and with renewed child-like curiosity.
Note to new readers:
If you are new to this blog, please note that this is article #27 in a series of articles that have been presented as a chronological and logical narrative.
That being the case, you may find it useful to read from the start (follow the links in the header above), or to at least check out the Table of Contents page for a “spark-notes” summary of previous material discussed in this blog, before continuing here. The recap below might also offer some useful guidance.
This post will build upon material presented in earlier posts, particularly what was presented in Post #16 through to Post #24.
Here is a quick summary to refresh your memory of what was covered in those posts:
To round things off, here’s a quick summary of what we’ve looked at in this post:
To start, we saw that the sun is not a star, and that the stars are not at all what we’ve been told.
You were then shown some videos involving cymatics, sonoluminescence, superconductivity, and quantum levitation, which go a long way to explaining what we are seeing in the sky.
We then moved on to deconstructing the parallax lie, before taking a dreamy look at star trails and the amazing astrolabe, which led us to study the astroplate.
In other words, a lot of awesome stuff that proves that we’ve been lied to about the stars.
This post has shone plenty of light on the lies we’ve been fed by these guys…
… but what you’ve seen so far doesn’t even scratch the surface of the knowledge being hidden from you.
Rest assured though, we’re going to be slicing through many more of their lies and hidden knowledge like a hot knife cutting through butter, so stay tuned! 🙂
As T.S. Eliot put it:
We think of the key, each in his prison
Thinking of the key, each confirms a prison