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The Crossing Down

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Lunar Perigee Alert May 27, 2064



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.


I understand that when the Moon is at perigee this is the time when the Moon exerts it's maximum gravitational force on the Earth. What happens to all of these forces when the speeding Ancient Object is crossing through this smaller distance between the Moon and the Earth? Is the potential for possible negative effects increased? I can only guess that the answer has to be yes. I would think that the forces that our planet would encounter should be higher than for example in 1972 when the Moon was at apogee. A smaller distance between the Earth and the Moon has to also mean a smaller distance between all three bodies, the Earth, the Moon, and the Ancient speeding celestial Object that rolls down through between them. What are all of the implications of this potential situation.

Is it possible that this upcoming perigee situation may be the exact thing that causes the Changed and Lasting Light event to happen to it's maximum potential or ancient glory if you will. The closer proximity of the Moon provides for a big background area reflecting light from the sun back towards the Earth. This combined with a higher level of combined gravitational forces from the Moon, the Earth and the crossing Object might be enough to trigger the oval shaped area of the Moon's Lasting Light to be carried forward or brought forth, the third stage of the Changed Light event. Combined with the possibility that the crossing Object should or could be in it's potential closest crossing distance from to the Moon and also it's shortest distance from the Earth. The collision of the Earth's and the Moon's gravitational forces with maybe even gravitational bow waves or something similar forces emanating from the massive speeding Ancient Object could trigger the Lasting Light event to happen in it's entirety. The very ancient thing I believe we are all actually really waiting for. The very event the Maya and all the other ancient people and civilizations are actually really pointing at.

According to the Date Difference calculator I link to on this page the approximate 46 years and 1 day time period between Return dates is a match in most cases , and the day count calculation is 24 hours out of sync in some examples. I am guessing that there are many calendar and orbital factors that could account for these various discrepancies.

I am certain that the orbit of the Object I saw will be described and understood one day and at that point there won't be any discrepancies anymore. I don't have the background or training, the knowledge necessary to be able to understand the orbit of the celestial object I saw and am trying to report.

Does the Ancient Object ever return 4 or 2 nights before the full Moon instead of 3 nights before?
Does the orbital period of the Ancient Object vary as a natural part of an overall pattern or cycle?
In 2064 it appears to me that the Moon will be at perigee when the Object returns and crosses down. Is this the point that marks the end or the beginning of a cycle?
It appears that when I saw the Object the Moon was at full apogee.

I don't have many answers to these questions. I may have all of this incorrect if my dates are incorrect. At this point this is the most accurate information that I have. It will be up to other people to study the Object's orbit and figure everything out. Yes we all need some experts to lead the way for the rest of us. That does not appear to be happening today but this situation will be changing very soon.


To display the date, time, and distance of lunar perigees and apogees for a given year, enter the year in the box below and press “Calculate”
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Libration is manifested as a slow rocking back and forth (or up and down) of the face of the orbital body as viewed from the parent body. Libration is closely tied into understanding when the Ancient Object crosses down in front of the Moon.
Even though the forward rolling 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."
 


The orbit of the Ancient Object will be described one day.
Someone's going to figure it out.
I think of this Object and it's orbit as being the ultimate most relevant and important thing in astronomy to know about and then study and describe because of the Object's influences and impact in shaping the Moon and the Earth and especially life on Earth.


YEAR PERIGEE NUMBER OF DAYS
IN BETWEEN PERIGEE AND THE OBJECT'S RETURN
3 NIGHTS BEFORE FULL MOON THE OBJECT RETURNS FULL MOON NUMBER OF DAYS
IN BETWEEN APOGEE AND THE OBJECT'S RETURN
APOGEE

2064 May 27   0 Days May 27  May 30   16 Days  May 11
  June 23    Object Returns       June 8

The total number of days between Saturday, May 26th, 2018 and Tuesday, May 27th, 2064 is 16,803 days
This is equal to 46 years and 1 day


 2018 May 17 9 Days  May 26 May 29 20 Days May 6
  June 14   Object Returns       June 2

The total number of days between Thursday, May 25th, 1972 and Saturday, May 26th, 2018 is 16,802 days
This is equal to 46 years and 1 day


 1972 May 12 13 Days  May 25 May 28 0 Days May 25
  June 10   Object Returns       June 22

The total number of days between Monday, May 24th, 1926 and Thursday, May 25th, 1972 is 16,803 days
This is equal to 46 years and 1 day


 1926  May 7 17 Days  May 24 May 27  5 Days  May 19
   June 1    Object Returns      June 16

The total number of days between Friday, May 21st, 1880 and Monday, May 24th, 1926 is 16,803 days
This is equal to 46 years and 3 days

 1880  May 24 3 Days  May 21  May 24 10 Days  May 11
  June 22   Object Returns       June 7

The total number of days between Monday, May 19th, 1834 and Friday, May 21st, 1880 is 16,804 days
This is equal to 46 years and 2 days

 1834  May 20 1 Day  May 19  May 22 18 Days  May 4
  June 16   Object Returns       June 1

The total number of days between Saturday, May 17th, 1788 and Monday, May 19th, 1834 is 16,802 days
This is equal to 46 years and 2 days

 1788  May 9 8 Days  May 17  May 20 4 Days  May 24
  June 5   Object Returns       June 21

YEAR PERIGEE NUMBER OF DAYS
IN BETWEEN PERIGEE AND THE OBJECT'S RETURN
3 NIGHTS BEFORE FULL MOON THE OBJECT RETURNS FULL MOON NUMBER OF DAYS
IN BETWEEN APOGEE AND THE OBJECT'S RETURN
APOGEE

 

 




*1926*1972*2018*
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



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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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