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There Are No Satellites in Space! Just balloons above the Flat Earth

Published on Jan 2, 2017

The origins of satellites came from the mind of famous science-fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke. He wrote The 1945 Proposal by Arthur C. Clarke for Geostationary Satellite Communications. Arthur C. Clarke was a high level Freemason as well as a homosexual and self-professed pedophile, throw in satanism and you’ve got a heck of a guy. Arthur C. Clarke was writing science fiction stories along with other notable sci-fi writers Philip K. Dick, Robert Heinlein and L. Ron Hubbard. Arthur C. Clarke did initially claim to know Hubbard, however later he denied that statement and thought L. Ron Hubbard to be completely crazy. That link to Hubbard had to be broken, all out rebuke works well.

There is a seven year overlap between 1945 to 1952 when Jack Parsons, L. Ron Hubbard and Arthur C. Clarke were all alive and were witness to the Science Fiction industry exploding into the eager minds of young people. I find the Roswell crash in July 1947 quite timely and it certainly propelled the interest in space to mania levels.Hollywood didn’t miss the cue since they’re owned by the Khazarian Rothschilds. Hollywood started cranking out sci-fi movies by the truckload. At the top of the Sci-Fi movie heap was the great undiscovered frontier — Space

The Khazarians saw an opportunity to make a ton of money by pushing the space meme. At some point a scheme was hatched to fake launch satellites into space for profit. NASA also became a tool to constantly remind humans of our insignificance in the boundless cosmic order. NASA has been beating the divinity out of us with pseudoscience, propaganda and spiritual delineation. In other words “control” Pre-NASA had accumulated and assimilated the intellectual property from Jack Parsons to the point where he was no longer needed or wanted. Sputnik 1 was launched first in 1957 shocking fooling the world and Explorer 1 soon followed in 1958 the year NASA was created. NASA was also created to militarize space and the atmosphere below it, but why?

Simple, in order to conceal the deceptions of the Khazarian Mafia and their Freemason minions, the Khazarians needed to “secure” the perimeter and operate above any jurisdiction. All information above our heads skyward was now in the hands of NASA as the “official” source, in other words the propaganda machine was created. It’s laughable when you realize we’re solely reliant on just one source for all information regarding the cosmos–NASA. Along with the Controlled Major Mass Media NASA is free to dispense as much GGI/Pixar/Photshop fairy tales as fast as we can gobble them up. I guarantee the satanists of NASA have been laughing along time about their ruses, however they’re being exposed more than ever as incompetent pseudoscience degenerates when real scrutiny is applied.

Seemingly unrelated, in 1959 the Antarctic treaty was signed and is now totally off limits backed by military force. The North Pole is also militarized, though no formal multilateral agreement exists. Still any attempt to traverse either will result in immediate military expulsion and possible jail-time. To date no human has ever traversed Antarctica, EVER!! Think about that for a moment and consider the absurdity of it. There’s still a continent that has never been explored and we’re not allowed access to it! Why?

More Proof Satellites Don’t Exist

GPS Simulator Technology Revealed. Satellites Don’t Exist

Proof Satellites Don’t Exist II

Satellites Don’t Exist

Flat Earth and flat Agartha sphereship

WE are Energy Beings; So is Earth

As the Flat Earth movement picks up steam, many questions have been addressed but still more remain.

The elegant simplicity of the electromagnetic dome does not require any more understanding than a few basic principles and an eager and open mind.

One of the more perplexing questions is the fact that earth is roughly 75% salt-water. In retrospect, it doesn’t make a whole lot of sense since humans and most animals need fresh water to survive and maintain bodily functions.

What use could the salt-water possibly have that relates to us? As you will see in this short video primer, salt-water has everything to do with powering the earth and it’s biosphere. It just so happens that salt-water makes a really effective electrolytic solution to conduct electricity and move electrons from the anode (+) to the cathode (-). In other words, the Arctic Circle is the anode and the Antarctic Ice shelf is the cathode. Note: (the anode and cathode (+) (-) seem to be interchangeable and exact configuration is unknown at this time)

The only thing needed are electrolytic metals and an external power source. The metals can be Zinc, Magnesium, Copper, Nickel, Gold, Aluminum, Iron, Brass and others in various arrays and percentages. The external electrical charge is the earths Schumann Resonance which is 7.83 Mhz and provides the power to create a chemical reaction whereby electrons from Zinc for example, will peel away and move to copper. This process is called Oxidation and Reduction.

The following rules hold true for both electrolytic and galvanic/voltaic cells.

  1. Anode is always the place where oxidation happens.
  2. Cathode is always the place where reduction happens.
  3. Anode shoots out electrons, Cathode takes in electrons.
  4. Ions = electrolyte.
  5. Electrolytes conduct electricity by the motion of ions.
  6. Without electrolytes, there won’t be a circuit because electricity won’t be able to travel.

It’s this chemical reaction that creates electromagnetism, the Aether and the electromagentic dome we call home. Charles Augustine De-Coulomb, J.J. Thomson and the great Nikola Tesla were onto this fact and were buried by the powers that shouldn’t be. The quote by Nikola Tesla below encapsulates the unseen and unheard primary importance of electromagnetism and our very existence.

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FE 101; What Makes the Earth Spin at 1,000 mph???

A question few in Flat Earth Nation even ask is what makes the Earth spin, according to Heliocentric Theory?  So perfect does it spin each and every minute and second, of each day, the spin is so perfect it only needs a second of adjustment every now and then, along with a Leap year, every 5 years.

According to Nasaholes, and Astro-frauds, the Earth rotates perfectly on its axis for the past 4.5 billion years because of “Axial Movement” where their is no drag, and no friction to slow EArth down more than a microsecond every now and then, WTF?

New Year delayed by one second

The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) – responsible for the UK’s national time scale – uses the atomic clock to provide a stable and continuous timescale.

Along with other clocks across the globe, it provides the world with its coordinated universal time.

NPL senior research scientist Peter Whibberley said: “Atomic clocks are more than a million times better at keeping time than the rotation of the Earth, which fluctuates unpredictably.

“Leap seconds are needed to prevent civil time drifting away from Earth time.

“Although the drift is small – taking around 1,000 years to accumulate a one-hour difference – if not corrected it would eventually result in clocks showing midday before sunrise.”

What Makes the Earth Spin?

The Earth spins at such perfect revolution that the timing of each days Earth rotation can be measured down to hundreds of thousands of seconds with minimal change.

“One hundred years from now, a day will be about 2 milliseconds longer than today. Two milliseconds is 1/500th of a second, or how long it takes a car going 55 mph to travel only 2 inches.”

That is how precise the rotation is. Yet what makes it spin?

Strangely, the answer is very, very hard to find and even harder to believe.

The basic summary is:

The beginning of our spinning revolution is said to have been caused some 4.5 billion years ago by the Big Bang and only confirmed by Copernicus in the late 1500’s”

“According to Newtonian Physics and the Big Bang Theory it is that the Big Bang set us in motion spinning and creating our angle of tilt. And if there is no change in the angle of the tilt, it will spin in ‘conservatory inertia’ forever, in perfect sync.”

“When no external torque acts on an object or a closed system of objects, no change of angular momentum can occur.”

To sum up, the Earth rotation began because of the big bang and due to zero resistance (conservation of inertia) and the back tilt of the Earth (angular momentum), it spins in perpetuity and near perfect rotational speeds for hundreds of centuries now, and well into the future.

That’s it.



From Physlink, Ask the Experts:

Once an initial spin was established for the Earth, the same conservation principle says that its angular momentum will continue unless it can be transferred to another object. With no significant frictional forces to allow that to happen, the Earth can continue to spin indefinitely without any further prodding.



Why do Earth and the other planets rotate at all? It will help to understand how our solar system formed. Almost five billion years ago, our solar system had its beginnings as a vast cloud of dust and gas. The cloud began to collapse, flattening into a giant disk that rotated faster and faster, just as an ice skater spins faster as she brings her arms in. The Sun formed at the center, and the swirling gas and dust in the rest of the spinning disk clumped together to produce the planets, moons, asteroids, and comets. The reason so many objects orbit the Sun in nearly the same plane (called the ecliptic) and in the same direction is that they all formed from this same disk.

While the planets were forming, there was not much peace in our solar system. Clumps of matter of all sizes often collided, and either stuck together or side-swiped each other, knocking off pieces and sending each other spinning. Sometimes the gravity of big objects would capture smaller ones in orbit. This could be one way the planets acquired their moons.

How Earth's Moon may have formed.

Scientists think that a large object, perhaps the size of Mars, impacted our young planet, knocking out a chunk of material that eventually became our Moon. This collision set Earth spinning at a faster rate. Scientists estimate that a day in the life of early Earth was only about 6 hours long.

The Moon formed much closer to Earth than it is today. As Earth rotates, the Moon’s gravity causes the oceans to seem to rise and fall. (The Sun also does this, but not as much.) There is a little bit of friction between the tides and the turning Earth, causing the rotation to slow down just a little. As Earth slows, it lets the Moon creep away.

The Moon is drifting farther from Earth.

We can use extremely accurate atomic clocks to measure exactly how much the rotation is slowing down. One hundred years from now, a day will be about 2 milliseconds longer than today. Two milliseconds is 1/500th of a second, or how long it takes a car going 55 mph to travel only 2 inches–in other words, much less than the blink of an eye. So, if you live to be 100, you can’t complain that the days are getting shorter! At this rate, though, you don’t have to worry about the days getting enough longer to change things very much.


From “Ask the Astronomer” at Cornell.Edu

As a father and a science lover I was dumbfounded when my 7yr old son asked me “What makes our earth turn (rotate) ? He then asked “Did it start a long time ago and it just keeps turning or is something pushing it to turn”? How does the Earth continue to rotate around its axis? Where does the energy to keep it moving come from?

Wow, what a neat question. I think it is related to the effect that we have seen when a skater who has arms extended and is slowly spinning suddenly pullls the arms into the body surface. The result is that spin rate increases. To even spin faster the skater will be standing straight with the arms up over the head. This makes the distributions of mass as close toe the spin axis as possible and makes the spin as large as possible.

The main idea is that angular momentum is conserved , ie, cannot change. Angular momentum is the product of the spin rate adn the moment of inertia ( a measure of the distribution of the mass about the axis of rotation) The product is constant.

If mass is widely dispersed as before condensing into a planet, and is very slowly rotating, then when it condenses into a planet (making a small moment of inertia) the rate of rotation could be large. So condensing amplifies whatever rotation there was initially.

But for the Earth rotating on its axis, there is no force working to counteract the rotation (except the tidal effect of the Moon, but that’s working very slowly), so you don’t need to have any input energy to keep it spinning.

Now, what are the chances of something not rotating exactly before it condenses? Apparently, very small since everything seems to have some rotation. I am not sure this gets to your question of why, but it has been a great question to think about. Thanks.


From Wiki:

That the Earth rotates is a vestige of the original angular momentum of the cloud of dust, rocks, and gas that coalesced to form the Solar System. This primordial cloud was composed of hydrogen and helium produced in the Big Bang, as well as heavier elements ejected by supernovas. As this interstellar dust is inhomogeneous, any asymmetry during gravitational accretion results in the angular momentum of the eventual planet.[38] The current rotation period of the Earth is the result of this initial rotation and other factors, including tidal friction and the hypothetical impact of Theia.

This is due to the tidal effects the Moon has on Earth’s rotation. Atomic clocks show that a modern day is longer by about 1.7 milliseconds than a century ago. Not until Nicolaus Copernicus in 1543 adopted a heliocentric world system did the earth’s rotation begin to be established.


Angular momentum

In physics, angular momentum, moment of momentum, or rotational momentum[1][2] is a measure of the amount of rotation an object has, taking into account its mass, shape and speed.[3] It is a vector quantity that represents the product of a body’s rotational inertia and rotational velocity about a particular axis. The angular momentum of a system of particles (e.g. a rigid body) is the sum of angular momenta of the individual particles. For a rigid body the angular momentum can be expressed as the product of the body’s moment of inertia

For example, the increase in rotational speed of a spinning figure skater as the skater’s arms are contracted is a consequence of conservation of angular momentum.

Figure skaters can reduce their moment of inertia by pulling in their arms, allowing them to spin faster due to conservation of angular momentum.[7][8][9][10]  Over millions of years, the rotation is significantly slowed by gravitational interactions with the Moon; both rotational energy and angular momentum are being slowly transferred to the Moon: see tidal acceleration

Conservation of angular momentum

The law of conservation of angular momentum states that when no external torque acts on an object or a closed system of objects, no change of angular momentum can occur. Hence, the angular momentum before an event involving only internal torques or no torques is equal to the angular momentum after the event.

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Flat Earth Books in .pdf

Adrian Galilio Lady Blount (Zeteo) 1989-01-01 Book 153 2010-01-01
Can You Speak Venusian? (excerpt) Sir Patrick Moore 1972-01-01 Book 10 2010-01-01
Earth Not A Globe! An Experimental Inquiry into the True Figure of the Earth Samuel Rowbotham (Parallax) 1865/01/01 Book 235 2014-02-07
Eccentric Lives and Peculiar Notions (except) John Mitchell 1984-01-01 Book 3 2010-01-01
Foundations of Many Generations E. Eschini 1940-01-01 Book 50 2014-02-07
Heaven and Earth Gabrielle Henriete 1956-01-01 Book 77 2014-02-07
Is Newtonian Astronomy True? William Carpenter 1895/05/01 Book 50 2014-02-07
Kings Dethroned Gerard Hickson 1922-01-01 Book 110 2014-02-07
Midnight Sun, The (Handwritten) Albert Smith (Zetetes) unknown Book 180 2014-02-07
Museum of Science and Art (Vol. 1) Dionysius Lardner 1854/01/01 Book 458 2014-02-07
Sea-Earth Globe and and its Monstrous Hypothetical Motions, The Albert Smith (Zetetes) 1905-04-01 Book 44 2014-02-07
Square Pegs: Americans Who Dared to be Different, The Irving Wallace 1957-01-01 Book 364 2014-02-07
Zetetic Astronomy Lady Blount (Zeteo), Albert Smith (Zetetes) 1904-01-01 Book 80 2014-02-07
The Enlightenment of the World John G. Abizaid 1912-08-06 Book 21 2016-28-07

Celebrating When the Great “Helio-into-your-head” Massive 500-yr. Lie Began; Galileo

This from “higher education” (read: higher indoctrination).  So, Why then has the Catholic Church been the longest and largest owners of telescopes and observatories since the 1600’s?  Copernicus’ book was dedicated to Pope Paul III.  Newton’s final edition of “Principia” was edited by Jesuits, Einstien’s Big Bang Theory was written by Jesuit Priest, Father Gorge Lamaitre, etc. etc. etc..



Today virtually every child grows up learning that the earth orbits the sun.

But four centuries ago, the idea of a heliocentric solar system was so controversial that the Catholic Church classified it as a heresy, and warned the Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei to abandon it.

Many people believe that Galileo was hounded by the church for almost two decades, that he openly maintained a belief in heliocentrism, and that he was only spared torture and death because his powerful friends intervened on his behalf. But an examination of the fine details of Galileo’s conflict with church leaders doesn’t bear that out, according to English department distinguished research professor Henry Kelly.

In an article published this month in the journal “Church History,” Kelly clarifies some popularly held notions around Galileo’s travails with the church.

“We can only guess at what he really believed,” said Kelly, who for his research undertook a thorough examination of the judicial procedure used by the church in its investigation of Galileo. “Galileo was clearly stretching the truth when he maintained at his trial in 1633 that after 1616 he had never considered heliocentrism to be possible. Admitting otherwise would have increased the penance he was given, but would not have endangered his life, since he agreed to renounce the heresy — and in fact it would have spared him even the threat of torture.”

This year marks the 400th anniversary of the beginning of the Catholic Church’s investigation into Galileo.

When first summoned by the Roman Inquisition in 1616, Galileo was not questioned but merely warned not to espouse heliocentrism. Also in 1616, the church banned Nicholas Copernicus’ book “On the Revolutions of the Celestial Spheres,” published in 1543, which contained the theory that the Earth revolved around the sun. After a few minor edits, making sure that the sun theory was presented as purely hypothetical, it was allowed again in 1620 with the blessing of the church.

Sixteen years after his first encounter with the church Galileo published his “Dialogue on the Two World Systems” in 1632, and the pope, Urban VIII, ordered another investigation against him. This time he was prosecuted, following the usual methods of the Roman Inquisition.

First, on April 12, 1633, before any charges were laid against him, Galileo was forced to testify about himself under oath, in the hopes of obtaining a confession. This had long been a standard practice in heresy proceedings, even though it was a violation of the canonical law of inquisitorial due process, Kelly said. However, the interrogation was not successful. Galileo failed to admit any wrongdoing.

The cardinal inquisitors realized that the case against Galileo would be very weak without an admission of guilt, so a plea bargain was arranged. He was told that if he admitted to having gone too far in his treatment of heliocentrism, he would be let off with a light punishment. Galileo agreed and confessed that he had given stronger arguments to the heliocentric proponent in his dialogue than to the geocentric champion. But he insisted that he did not do so because he himself believed in heliocentrism, Kelly said. Rather, he claimed he was simply showing off his debating skills.

After his formal trial, which took place on May 10 of that year, Galileo was convicted of a “strong suspicion of heresy,” a lesser charge than actual heresy.

“In sum, the 1616 event was not the beginning of a 17-year-long trial, as is often said, but a non-trial,” Kelly said. “Galileo’s actual trial lasted for only a fraction of a single day, with no fanfare at all.”

Kelly also noted that by the practice of the time, Galileo’s guilty plea, which denied actual belief in the heresy, triggered an automatic examination of his private beliefs under torture, a new procedure adopted by the church around the turn of the 17th century. Galileo was never tortured, however. The pope decreed that the interrogation should stop short with the mere threat of torture. This was a routine kind of limitation for people of advanced age and ill health like Galileo, and it should not be attributed to the influence of the scientist’s supporters.

Ultimately, Galieo’s book was banned, and he was sentenced to a light regimen of penance and imprisonment at the discretion of church inquisitors. After one day in prison, his punishment was commuted to “villa arrest” for the rest of his life. He died in 1642.

In his later years Galileo insisted on the truth of the geocentric solar system, Kelly said. The story that after he formally renounced the motion of the earth at his sentencing he muttered, “And yet it moves,” is a romantic invention of a later generation.

“If he had ever come out and said he believed in heliocentrism after swearing it off, he would have been liable to receive an automatic death sentence,” Kelly said.

The church, however, made efforts to ensure their version of Galileo’s scientific beliefs were prevalent.

“The most unusual aspect of the proceedings was that the sentence was ordered to be widely publicized in scientific circles,” Kelly said. “The cardinals asserted that Galileo had always been orthodox in his belief concerning the cosmos and had never believed in or affirmed the heliocentric heresy.”

Critical Knowledge; The Legal Ownership of All Souls by the Vatican..since 1306

NASA and The Vatican’s Infrared Telescope Called (LUCIFER) PT 1

Why Is the Vatican the Largest and Longest Owners of Telescope Observatories, Including the Newest Named L.U.C.I.F.E.R.?

Flat Earth: The Vatican City Is A Lunisolar Clock

How The Vatican Created Islam, by Former Jesuit Priest, Alberto Rivera

Science Find of the Year;, “Gravitrons”…Ha, Ha, Ha…No, There Really Serious This Time…


  “It has been a great year for scientists associated with the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO). In February, and then again in June, researchers at LIGO — which consists of two detectors, one each in Hanford, Washington, and Livingston, Louisiana — announced that they had discovered gravitational waves created by two black holes colliding 1.3 billion light-years from Earth”.


1,300,000,000 Light Years =

7,642,212,985,138,690,050,107 Miles

So they finally found gravity, called ‘Gravitron’s’ using tiny RF, and light beams sent quadTRILLIONS of miles out and back…and detected readings so small, a lot gets lost in translation…..but yea, team, they found the smoking gun, finally of Einstiens theory…who’s Big Bang Theory was written by Father Gorge Lamaitre, a Belguim Jesuit Priest who attended M.I.T. in the early 1900’s. hmmmm. They just make this shit up.



Currently, all we know about the cosmos is what we have gathered from electromagnetic radiation such as radio waves, visible light, infrared light, X-rays and gamma rays. As a result, a lot of information remains hidden because such waves get scattered as they traverse space-time, and because the universe, in its infancy, was opaque to electromagnetic radiation

Since then, the LIGO collaboration has earned several accolades, including a $3 million award given to its researchers by the Breakthrough Prize Foundation, the journal Nature naming LIGO spokeswoman Gabriela Gonzalez to its list of “10 people who mattered this year,” and the magazine Physics World — published by the London-based Institute of Physics — naming  the gravitational wave discovery the “Breakthrough of the Year.

Now, the significance of the discovery has been acknowledged once again — this time by the journal Science, which also named the discovery the “Breakthrough of the Year.”

“The achievement fulfilled a 100-year-old prediction, opened up a potential new branch of astronomy, and was a stunning technological accomplishment,” the journal said in a statement.

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As Albert Einstein demonstrated in his theory of general relativity, the gravity of massive bodies warps the fabric of space and time—and those bodies move along paths determined by this geometry. His theory also predicted the existence of gravitational waves, which are ripples in space and time

“With this discovery, we humans are embarking on a marvelous new quest: the quest to explore the warped side of the universe—objects and phenomena that are made from warped space-time,” Caltech theoretical physicist Kip Throne said in a statement released by the LIGO collaboration in February. “Colliding black holes and gravitational waves are our first beautiful examples.”

The discovery of gravitational waves opens up an entirely new way to look at the universe — one that could, in theory, allow us to see farther back in time than is currently possible.

Currently, all we know about the cosmos is what we have gathered from electromagnetic radiation such as radio waves, visible light, infrared light, X-rays and gamma rays. As a result, a lot of information remains hidden because such waves get scattered as they traverse space-time, and because the universe, in its infancy, was opaque to electromagnetic radiation.

 With enough gravitational wave detectors, scientists would be able to study objects and phenomena that would otherwise remain hidden from view, providing us with a “gravitational map” of the known universe.

“Physicists are eagerly anticipating what may come next, because gravitational waves promise an entirely new way to peer into the cosmos,” Science magazine writer Adrian Cho wrote. “First, physicists hope to spot many more events. LIGO already has detected a second black hole merger and a third, weaker signal. The interferometers resumed taking data last month, and if they can reach their design sensitivity, they may eventually see a black hole merger on average once a day.”

And soon enough, LIGO’s two detectors will not be the only gravitational wave detectors in the world. Another one named Virgo, in Italy, is likely to be switched on sometime next year. Researchers from the European Space Agency have also demonstrated the technology needed to build a space-based detector that would hunt for gravitational waves far removed from any ground-based interference.