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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.
Go to your right...
Size Scales In Our Solar System And The Crossing Object

At this point as best as I am able to determine it was the evening of May 25, 1972, when my good friend Mike invited me over to look at the Moon through his new small backyard telescope
  "A small Tasco 3" achromat model popular at that time." Mike T.


Thanks to Mike, I had seen the Moon at least once and it was my turn again. Now instead of seeing the Moon in it's place I found myself staring directly at the central region of the moon coloured forward rolling speeding celestial Object I describe on this website. As it traveled basically towards me while completely eclipsing the Moon I had no sense whatsoever that the Object was going to miss me as it continued to gracefully roll forward towards me. Gradually as it progressed I realized it was actually moving from the left to the right while it slowly sank down towards the bottom of the view finder. The Object's sink rate in the view finder is approximately 50% less than it's rate of motion from the left to the right.

My view of the Object lasted approximately 45 seconds up to possibly as long as a minute but I think it will turn out that I saw for less than a minute. Many things confused me during and after my view of the Object. In fact I know I was in some sort of shock and a sense of real almost physical confusion that lasted for days that was a direct result of the effects of seeing the Moon's Changed Light.

Concerning looking at the hard ground of the Object as opposed to seeing the Moon's Changed Light, my visual senses or perceptions where completely thrown off because of the fact that I was looking at the moving Object through a telescope. At that point in time this led directly to a situation where although I knew the Object was going to miss me I had no reason to suspect that it was going to land down on the Earth any further away than maybe over in Clarkson next to where I lived in Lorne Park Mississauga Ontario Canada.

Over the years I was always aware that there was a problem with the way the Earth together with the Moon are depicted and shown together in pictures, tv, books etc. I knew this because with the way the Earth and the Moon were always depicted there would be insufficient room for the Object I saw to cross through on it's flightpath angle or trajectory without actually really hitting the Earth, which it obviously never does.

Also another thing that was very obvious to that kid that night was that in comparison to the crystal clear view of the crossing Object a normal in focus view of the Moon looks blurry. This added to the sense and the incorrect way I perceived the Object's position to be very close directly overhead traveling down to the Earth where I was standing. Over time I understood that in fact the Object was actually at a great distance while I saw it crossing down through between me and the Moon.

Because of the above situation in 2005 or so when I created the Basic Flight Path image I wrote the following description or explanation to go with the image in an effort to help people understand as much as possible about the Object I saw.

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."

 

Illustrating the crossing Object's orbital path down through between the Moon and the Earth with 100% accuracy is not possible. However in general with a slight adjustment, The Basic Flight Path image is exactly what the forward rolling Object's orbital crossing angle looks like.

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


Recently I found this very interesting page: Size Scales in Astronomy

I know you astronomer types will laugh and that's ok. I'm not an astronomer so there's lots of basic things that I don't know about space and our solar system. Finding this Size Scales in Astronomy webpage really helped me to see a much bigger clearer overall picture of what happens and what it looks like when the speeding Ancient Object crosses down.

Earth/Moon System Scaled to 16-inch Earth, and a 4.4 inch Moon.

Earth (diameter) 12,756 km 16.0 inches
Moon (diameter) 3,476 km 4.4 inches
Moon (distance) 384,400 km 40.2 feet
Sun (diameter) 1,392,000 km 145.5 feet
Sun (distance) 150 million km 15,700 feet = nearly 3 miles

Scaled down, if the Earth is 16 inches in diameter the Moon would be 4.4 inches in diameter and they would be 40.2 feet apart!
Now that makes 100% perfect sense to me!





*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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