What's Up With The Moon Redux
by Georgia Woods
Back in February of this year I wrote an article for this site called, "What's
Up With The Moon?" Since that time there's been a lot of chatter on this subject,
some that I've been privileged to read. There is still no official explanation
of the now almost daily phenomenon in our skies.
Not everyone is a skywatcher. In our high tech. world, skywatching is generally
confined to pictures and videos and sky software on the internet. Here, prepackaged
explanations with easy to understand renderings, give us a seeming knowledge of
the sky that just going outside and looking up can't do. Chemtrails/contrails and their
continued aftermath of haze have also obscured the night sky for many and made it
difficult to view objects within their context.
Many of us, even if we saw Planet X or a companion sun, would pass it by because
the ready explanations drilled into us from the internet would whisper to us that
this was something else...a sun dog or a lens flare or a trick of light and shadow.
These explanations are so much neater and nicer than having to prepare for coming
earth changes which are, actually, already upon us. Our governments have known that
changes are coming since the 1960's. In the early 1980's, these changes were verified.
Since that time, every effort has been made to dumb down the public - average Joes - and
it's been easy to do because astronomy and astro physics are not subjects easy for
everyone to understand.
Still there are heavenly sights that are not interpretable but clearly point to changes
in orbits. This past year I had occasion to view the moon directly overhead from a
mid-latitude location. The moon can be seen directly overhead at the equator. In its'
cycles, it can also be seen, predictably, overhead, at some distance from the equator in
the tropics and sub-tropics. It should never be seen directly overhead from my location.
The zodiac also appeared directly overhead this past year from my location.
When I go outside, at night, and look up...there is at first an uneasy feeling that some-
thing is not right. It's hard to pinpoint a feeling. Some study, well a lot of study, starts
to give an indication of WHAT is wrong. Orbits have changed. Not just the moon, but the
earth as well and the other planets within the solar system. This indicates the approach
of a massive object.
For each one of us to, separately, educate ourselves in astronomy and astro physics, at
this point, in order to properly understand what is happening seems ridiculous. Recently
I read an article by an astronomer with a grant to study a certain peculiarity with the moon,
who, just by chance, had noted something else wrong. He, himself, admitted that looking at the
heavens can become so specialized and the view so narrow that except for an accidental glance he
would not have seen the forest for the trees.
What we can do is fairly simple. We each have a friend or a friend of a friend, with some
knowledge, who could be consulted. Stay away from official sources - that path is littered
with dead astronomers. Take some time to prepare, spritually, for coming events. God bless
and God speed.
by Georgia Woods...October 9, 2012
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