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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|Total Lunar Eclipse Oct 8 2014|
The evening before the eclipse I got my small backyard telescope set up. Along with the lawn chair and a few other items like a heavy coat I was ready for my alarm to wake me up when it was time to go outside early the next morning. I knew that the Earth's shadow was going to be seen first in the upper left area of the moon although I had not thought much about this detail before hand. It turned out that knowing ahead of time I was going to see the Earth's eclipsing shadow in the upper left area of the Moon gave me no sense of the impact that seeing that shadow's first appearance was going to have on me.
Suddenly the curved edge of the Earth's shadow was covering the Moon. The incredible fact is this! The exact same area of the Moon's surface is covered first by both by the Earth's shadow during this eclipse and by the crossing Object I saw possibly saw the night of May 25, 1972. Then as I watched the Earth's shadow cover more of the Moon I was suddenly realizing that somehow this has to be significant in understanding the Ancient Object's orbital behavior.
the Earth's shadow does basically exactly what the Object does when
it returns and covers the sight of the Moon starting with the the
Moon's upper left region. One day the significance of this fact will
be studied and understood and explained by science. For me today all
I can say is this observation is important. Beyond this point I have
From my page, The Formation Of The Moon
October 8, 2014 I observed a full lunar eclipse with my small backyard telescope.
The Ancient Object returns and rolls down from the region of space above and to the left of the Moon. The Object first covers the moon's upper left corner as seen from the earth.
The area of the Moon's surface that is first darkened by the Earth's shadow is also exactly the same area of the Moon that is the first area of the Moon that is obscured from view before the crossing Object totally covers the sight of the entire moon from view as I describe many times here on this website.
I know that this is important and a significant indicator of something however I have no idea what this would mean to a solar system scientist who actually stopped to consider this observation I have made along with and in comparison with what they know about how the rest of the solar system functions. I realize that there may be no one today in our time who might see this as a clue or even slightest bit interesting. On the other hand I also know that because what I am describing here is in fact an accurate observation a solar system scientist might be able to realize right away that what I am noting and highlighting here makes sense suddenly to them to whatever certain point. This is why I am pointing this out. Past this point I have to say that although I am able to report my observation I have no overall understanding regarding the true importance or significance of what this observation actually indicates other than to say that it is obviously directly related to the crossing Object's mysterious fantastic orbital behavior and that after all is the basic reason why I decided to write about that morning when I had a great experience watching the Earth's shadow traveling across the lunar surface. So now while looking through a small backyard telescope I have seen both the Earth's shadow cast into the Moon's light and the crossing Object's shadow cast within the Moon's Changed and Lasting Light! A fantastic thing! I am very lucky
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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