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The Crossing Down

In days to come you will have good use of this
such are the things you will see you who will come here.
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Effects Of Earth Shine Plus The Star Bursting Object On The Infant Moon

As I understnd it researchers have theorised that after Theia struck the early Earth causing the formation of the Moon the extreme heat from the recently impacted Earth would have still been tremendous for a period of time after the Moon cooled. They have also determined that the infant Moon formed rapidly in an orbit that was much closer to the Earth compared to it's present day orbit. In an effort to explain the fact that the crust of the far side of the Moon is thicker compared to the crust of the near side of the Moon the scientists have come up with a very interesting theory that has gained acceptance. EARTHSHINE ON A YOUNG MOON: EXPLAINING THE LUNAR FARSIDE HIGHLANDS

I find the Earthshine Theory very interesting. Although I don't understand the details of the chemistry and the math I do get the idea of the Earthshine Theory and it makes sense to me. Unfortunately at this time the fact that Theia continues to orbit down through between the Moon and the Earth from the time of it's collision with the early Earth up until the present day is unknown to science. Reasearchers are unable to factor the crossing Object's powerful forces and influences into the equation. and what would be a powerful influence into their Earthshine Theory.
Earthshine on a Young Moon: Explaining the Lunar Farside Highlands

One reason why the Earthshine Theory makes sense to me is because the hot Earth cooking the near side of the faster cooling Moon while it was orbiting at it's intial close distance seems as if it could or would be a likely possible senario or logical outcome of the collision between Theia and the early Earth.

Add the crossing Object into the equation. I read that the heat that the Earth was giving off was like that of a star because after the impact with Theia the Earth was in a type of molton hot state. I am

Earthshine on a Young Moon: Explaining the Lunar Farside Highlands


I believe it may have been May 25, 1972 when we were looking at the moon using a small backyard telescope and when it was my turn to look at the Moon again I saw the astronomical object that I describe instead.

The Object travels at a tremendous speed through between the Moon and the Earth in approximately 5 minutes give or take. Certainly the Object takes less than ten minutes to travel this distance. I used to think it was more like 2-3 minutes but I have at least partially reconsidered and it may actually take up to 5 and even 5 1/2 minutes to travel this distance considering that the crossing angle itself adds distance and time. Could the Object take as long as 6 minutes and a couple seconds to cross through? I have to say maybe because that may actually be the case however less likely 6 minutes or slightly more seems to me. Writing this page caused me to realize that the Object's crossing time could be at least slightly longer than 2-3 minutes.
Size Scales In Our Solar System And The Crossing Object

The Object's top to bottom sink rate of motion is approximately one half of the Object's left to right crossing rate of motion as seen from the Earth.

The Object's forward roll rate is difficult to determine but I'm going to guess it's probably approximately one forward roll per 45 - 65 seconds. Similar to when I'm trying to guess how long it takes for the Object to travel the distance between the Moon and the Earth my guesses concerning the Object's forward roll rate also vary slightly and you will find examples of this throughout all of my writing.

The Basic Flight Path                         

Even though the Object crosses at a point well out in front of the Moon towards the Earth, it also crosses at a point that is well out from the Earth towards the Moon. I am mentioning this point because I realize that this point can help a person to better understand the image; "The Basic Flight Path." I created my basic flight path image in 2005 with a couple of styrofoam balls and a pipe cleaner when I started my website about the Object.
A Basic description of the Object

Illustrating the forward rolling crossing Object's orbital path down through between the Moon and the Earth with 100% accuracy is not possible. However in general with a very slight adjustment, The Basic Flight Path image is exactly what the forward rolling Object's orbital crossing angle looks like. Unfortunately there's no way that I know of that would allow me to properly illustrate the Object's incredible speed. Take the Indiana Jones boulder and slow it down and look at it directly in the middle from close up and that does simulate the effect you see when you see the Object however a big difference is that the Object is the size of a small planet and that does have a profound effect on the perspective that viewer has especially when using a small back yard telescope the way I saw the Object.

Adjustment: The left to right crossing angle and the top to bottom sink rate shown might be slightly high. Slightly reduce the left to right crossing angle. Also very slightly reduce the top to bottom sink rate angle and this may be a closer approximation than the angles across and down that are shown in my Basic Flight Path Image.

The Object's colour matches the colour of the brightest areas of the Moon. The Object rolls forward in it's direction of it's travel. The Object is slightly taller the way that it rolls with the rotating side I saw having a slightly flattish look with no craters compared to the bulging middle of the forward rolling Object where there are hundreds of fantastic stunning craters each ringed with massive towering vertically standing crater rim pieces. It appears as if the vertical crater rim pieces were originally surface crust now bent upwards at their bases. They are not broken or fractured like regular surface rock would be. I saw hundreds of craters and I didn't happen to notice a single crater that was missing even just one vertical rim piece. It seems very obvious to me that tremendous subsurface pressure caused the formation of the craters and their massive towering crater rim pieces when surface crust was blasted upwards. The bent bases of the crater rim pieces does definitely say something about the composition of what was atleast once a very geologically active astronomical object. The forward rolling Object travels at a tremendous speed forward across and down through in front of the Moon towards the earth and then down into the earth's shadow on it's way pass the earth going towards the area in space beside and below the sun on it's way out of the solar system again. Message To Solar System And Planetary Scientists And Astronomers

The Object should be back crossing down May 26, 2018 then 46years and 1 day later it will be May 27, 2064.

May 27, 2064 the Moon is at perigee the same night that the Ancient Object should be back again crossing down through between the Moon and the Earth. This situation does raise many questions, concerns and possibilities.


Time Has Nearly Run Out. When will the Object return?
May 26, 2018

Mii maanda niigaan da-ni-giizhgak ge-mno-aabjitooyan
Mii maanda sa ge-waabndameg giinwaa waa-bi-zhaayeg
Ezhi-gchi-nikaayan ni-izhaan


Familiarize yourself with the details and the sequence of events that I describe.
Numbered 1-5 combined these five separate Return Viewer Guides
describe what a viewer sees actually happening when the speeding forward rolling
Ancient Celestial Object returns and crosses down in front of the Moon.

Even if you decide that you are not going to read anything else, if you read Return Viewer's Guide #1, you will know
the basic idea of what actually happens when the ancient Object returns & crosses down in front of the Moon.
Find in point form Return Viewer's Guide #1, approximately 20% of the way down the page;
Return Viewer's Guide For Use With Or Without A Small Backyard Telescope

print Out The 5_ReturnViewerGuides.pdf

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