Who Built the Moon?  

somethingelse40 74M
2738 posts
7/30/2006 9:06 am

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9/8/2006 1:47 pm

Who Built the Moon?

God, ET, or Us?

And [ I AM AND SO AND SO ] made two great lights; the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night: he made the stars also. ~Gen.1:16.

If by now you’re getting considerably bored, intolerable, or impatient, believe me, I understand: skip the BS and go ahead and vote your conscience. Do your civic duty: marry, vote, and comment on my blog early and often.

This, of course, is a question that many of us never thought to ask and indeed hoped we would never have to ask.

So imagine my surprise when I opened my cranium to find a review of a book with such a title. To my utter amazement this wasn’t some new management-speak-business-guru-lifestyle-advice-flavour-self-help-of-the-month; no. It was an entirely different beast.

Who Built the Moon? takes a look at numerological [otherwise considerably unreal and ostensibly highly unlikely but indeed quite factual and in your face types of unbelievably uncanny] relationships between the sun, moon and Earth and argues that they are evidence of a message for Human Kind (HK, viz Us).

What sort of message? I thought you’d never ask:

The message is that future humans (FH, not to be lightly confused with FF OALP, future fuckers on a living planet) conquered time and/or inter-dimensional travel and went back as prehistoric humans (PH or PH-square) to construct the moon to ensure Earth orbits in precisely the right alignment to the sun to encourage the evolution of humans (Us) [ostensibly to encourage the emergence of any sort of life whatsoever as we commonly envision it].

Keen observers will have noticed the exciting and, perhaps, fatal paradox [not one but two doxes] this creates. How did they become “future Humans (FH, FF)” if they didn’t evolve in the first place? But this of course is a minor quibble in what is clearly a marvelous pseudo-intellectual endeavor and indeed a considerable stretch into tour de force dimensions [i.e., other dimensions, my liege, simply simultaneous dimensions.]

The book appears to be an entirely original journey to the fringes of crackpottery and/or into multiple simultaneous universes pottery and home again in time for whale omelets. [No shit!]

Enjoy poking fun at it with your friends. Alternatively, enjoy poking your friends!

Here I am again … back in uncertainty.

artificial sweetners …

Could it be that the Moon is artificial? Could it even be hollow … a seeming impossibility for a natural planetary object? Extraordinary claims indeed. But keep an open mind [hopefully not so open that everything keeps falling out] and read the compelling arguments based on scientific evidence and irrefutable logic ‒ arguments that will completely change the way we think of our world. [ Whose world? ]

Why does the Moon have little or no heavy metals, and no core? Why do many specialists suspect that the Moon is hollow when that should not be possible? And why did the Apollo lunar teams at NASA report on several occasions that the Moon rings like a bell when struck? [ perhaps with a ball peen hammer or some similarly striking device ]

Why is it that the Moon revolves at exactly one hundredth of the speed that the Earth turns on its axis?

And why is the Moon exactly 400 times smaller than the Sun and precisely 400 times closer to the Earth?

Why do we find a consistent and beautiful sequence of integer numbers [everyday whole and queerless counting numbers with no fractions or decimals] when looking at every major aspect of the Moon, whereas no pattern emerges for any other planet or moon in the solar system?

And why does an ancient system of geometry and measurement used in the Stone Age work perfectly on the Moon? [The metric system? God forbid! Did the original computers have ten fingers and ten toes.]

If our Moon did not exist ... nor would we. Experts now agree that higher life only
developed on Earth because the Moon is exactly what it is and where it is! [Perhaps the jury is still out on lower life forms.]

Does the Moon really exist through some happy accident or collision in a random game of space skittles, or is some designer wear blueprint and logo implied, apparent, or more likely‒ and if so, who was the friggin’ architect? The conclusions revealed in this masterpiece are astounding!

Scientifically speaking, the Moon should not exist. It doesn’t obey the rules of astrophysics and no theory of its origin explains the known facts. While studying the ancient system of geometry and measurement they researched and wrote about in their previous book, Civilization One , the authors discovered that the system also works perfectly on the Moon. They found a consistent sequence of integer numbers when looking at every major aspect of the Moon. No such pattern emerges for any other planet or moon in the solar system. They also discovered that the Moon possesses few or no heavy metals and has no core – in fact, many specialists suspect that the Moon is hollow, which should not be possible. The authors argue persuasively that if higher life only developed on Earth because the Moon is exactly what it is and where it is, it becomes unreasonable to cling to the idea that the Moon is a natural object – an idea with profound implications.

Christopher Knight and Alan Butler have also co-authored the book Civilization One , a fascinating account of a mysterious ancient system of geometry and measurement used in various Stone Age constructions.

Who Built the Moon?
God
ET
Us



rm_smosmof2 67M
3240 posts
7/30/2006 11:19 am

Tralfamadorian work at its finest.....


somethingelse40 replies on 7/30/2006 6:34 pm:
No doubt there must have been incredibly invisible and green toilet plunger-shaped Tralfamadorian fingerprints moving forward while also looping back all over the crackpottery.

moonfire2u 69F
2602 posts
7/30/2006 2:06 pm

You are so funny in relaying this amazing story...I get my crockpottery at Crate and Barrel...you're too funny...

kind thoughts,
Moonfire


somethingelse40 replies on 7/30/2006 6:50 pm:
Did you get a feeling that this one might have been concocted as a raging and sterile crockpottery tribute in honor of your all consuming and moon fiery screen name?

EvilEvilKitten1 61F

7/30/2006 2:36 pm

Gravity is to blame.

N


somethingelse40 replies on 7/30/2006 6:17 pm:
Gravity sucks, my liege. The impertinent scoop is that remote controlled black holes were somehow devised by some of your ancestors (possibly even you) to literally suck up the surface of the Earth principally from an area where the Pacific Ocean now lies. However it is uncommonly thought that after the scoop was sucked up then gravity took over and commenced to coalesce all of that stuff into the one big glob that we now know as the moon. So in fact you do get partial although quite infinitesimal credit for your brilliant answer.

sugarbabyhhh 43F

7/30/2006 11:36 pm

ur wacky


somethingelse40 replies on 7/31/2006 3:47 am:
Did you do it?

wickedeasy 66F  
25469 posts
7/31/2006 5:14 am

wag the dog

it's all just a play within a play

You cannot conceive the many without the one.


somethingelse40 replies on 7/31/2006 10:43 am:
Surely you're not denying the moon its rightful authenticity? Which came first: the chicken or the moon? Or did they cum together?

somethingelse40 replies on 7/31/2006 10:46 am:
The sweetest form of revenge is to win the love of your adversary.

wickedeasy 66F  
25469 posts
7/31/2006 11:25 am

    Quoting NaughtyBlonde78:
    Questions: If the moon is indeed hollow, why didn't the planting of the American flag by the astronauts pierce and deflate it? How thick is the shell of the moon? What is inside the moon? Dusty air? Gases? Did astronauts actually land on the moon? Was that just a hoax perpetrarted by the government on the general population?

    As for who built the moon... my money is on US. (or some version of us)
like i said, "wag the dog"

great movie - hugs

You cannot conceive the many without the one.


somethingelse40 replies on 7/31/2006 3:54 pm:
I haven’t actually read the book yet either but I did listen to a mp3 podcast recording of a rather lengthy radio interview with George Noory of late night c2c fame of the Wednesday, December 7th, 2005 show, where the authors Christopher Knight and Alan Butler of civilizationone.com shared their theory that the moon is artificial and that it was deliberately engineered to sustain life on Earth. The moon is precisely designed "like a Swiss Clock," and built to a "mathematical blueprint," said Butler.

The material the moon is made out of came from the surface layers of the Earth, likely drawn from there using a series of small black holes that were placed in orbit around the planet, they explained. Butler & Knight presented three possibilities as to who was behind this operation.

(1) God could have created the moon. But knowing that the Sun and Earth already existed first, why wouldn't this superior being have created the moon at the same time?

(2) Alien beings, highly advanced in technology, could have spotted our planet as a likely place for seeding life, and left their calling card (an obviously artificial moon).

(3) Human time travelers created the moon at some stage in the future, realizing that this needed to be done to incubate humanity in the past.

They believe that the time traveler explanation is the most valid. Humans would have the highest degree of interest in carrying out such a monumental task, said Butler, and time travel appears to be increasingly a real possibility, added Knight.

Previous theories on the moon's formation have suggested that a chunk of the Earth was pulled out by the sun's gravity, that the moon was a wandering planet caught in our orbit, and that the moon and Earth formed together at the same time. Most recently, the "Big Whack" theory (QuickTime animation) has come into vogue, positing that a roving planetoid smacked into the Earth, and the resulting debris created the moon.

Perhaps this will somehow begin to satisfy your rather obviously roving and bustling appetite and curiosity for crockpottery. For even greater detail and perhaps an even bigger whack this book and other similar works of advanced crockpottery should be readily available by now and in some public libraries.

When and where did you see such a movie?

somethingelse40 replies on 7/31/2006 5:04 pm:
Check this out: the man in the moon Revisited ....

MaggiesWishes 59F

8/1/2006 11:51 am

I'm content to just know it's there and shines on me

warm huggies 2ya
very intersting analogy


somethingelse40 replies on 8/1/2006 4:30 pm:
If you must keep mooning and swooning, please try to do it in a rhythm I can dance to.

Shine on, shine on harvest moon up in the sky.
I ain't had no lovin' since January, February, June, or July.
Snowtime ain't no time to stay outdoors and spoon, so shine on,
shine on harvest moon for me and my gal.


Holy crackpottery, that one may be older than the man in the moon.

BadAssBlonde1 56F
4989 posts
8/4/2006 9:25 pm

Vote Casted.

After all the sex is gone, there is the mind - Lady Hunter / BAB

Copyright © House of Lady Hunter 1998-2009


somethingelse40 replies on 8/5/2006 8:12 am:
We're in this together, but there's always room for the man in the moon.

somethingelse40 replies on 8/5/2006 8:13 am:
Do you believe in chemistry at first sight?

papyrina 51F
21133 posts
8/6/2006 7:16 am

i thought it was made of cheese and the little mans sits there every night and waves at me


I'm a

and
i'm here to stay


somethingelse40 replies on 8/6/2006 9:55 am:
If I was him I’d wave at you every night and day and give you all the cheese you want. I would naturally prefer chemistry, but it seems I will have to settle for hope. I can't admit that my problems are my own fault ... that never gets me any sympathy.

Etherealbreeze 54F

8/22/2006 5:49 pm

You'll pardon that I don't vote...well, whether you do or don't it's really irrelevant, because I won't. I object to the word "built", as in constructed, architect with blue prints...loll.

RozCanadian

I am Roz , a rose that's ephemeral and rare. Yet always here! Hugz!


somethingelse40 replies on 8/23/2006 2:43 am:
Roz, Surely you don’t think the moon was devised without blueprints or without Microsoft XP, Project and Visio, PowerPoint, Word, and Excel? Impossible!!! There’s only one way to find out: ask Bill Gates. Every time I trust myself I know I’m taking a risk. Besides why should I let anybody tell me what questions to ask myself? For God’s sake, tell me what to think.

Etherealbreeze 54F

8/23/2006 4:19 am

Trying very hard to be caring here, once again...Shall we try going by process of elimination? Don't think Bill Gates was around way back then, so set your mind at ease (IF it ever is... ); trudging on, thus far we've eliminated all software, Bill Gates; now, blueprints certainly is a possibility (hum bug!!!, do you need blueprints to construct a sphere?!; okay moving on, The moon was there before the aliens got here, it stands to reason.....what else would attract them to this planet?
I'm a very honest person, I was thinking more along the lines of it having been "created"...don't want to confuse you further .Shall I leave you with the thought and you can mull it over, then take one of your favourite potshots???
You like me don't you? Funny thing is I like you , too. Will wonders never cease????

ROZ

I am Roz , a rose that's ephemeral and rare. Yet always here! Hugz!


somethingelse40 replies on 8/23/2006 3:24 pm:
Why yes of course ROZ but we must remember that time travelers from the future went back to the past to build the moon so either you and/or Bill Gates could well be/have been the principle culprit/s. So what we really need now is a space elevator that goes all the way to the top for dining on the moon, huh? Would you care to join me? Their specialty is green cheese omelets. Why is there no monument to the unknown moon builders? Perhaps it’s hidden on the other side of the moon with all of the names inscribed on potshots? When the whole world becomes one Universe it will be the greatest Universe in the whole world.

mary1025 47F

9/8/2006 8:55 am

let it be and it was
how does it rule
can it pull me too


somethingelse40 74M
14676 posts
9/8/2006 1:42 pm

    Quoting mary1025:
    let it be and it was
    how does it rule
    can it pull me too
I'm thinking of quitting all my activities, in order to devote full-time to your question. I am torn by conflicting apathies.


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