Saturday, February 28, 2015
Earth's "Other Moon", and the Great Design
The "Tallbloke's Talkshop" site has a post on "Earth's Other Moon", concerning a so-called "quasi-satellite" of Earth (actually, it's just a very small body orbiting the Sun, in an eccentric orbit that goes from Mercury's orbit out to beyond Mars's orbit, but with the same orbital period as Earth). In the context of the "Great Design of the gods" I found, the following is my response:
The facts, that it orbits the Sun in a smooth ellipse (indicating it feels only the Sun's attraction), that it doesn't get close enough to the Earth to be affected by Earth's gravity, yet it has a sidereal period "almost exactly the same as Earth's", all imply that its orbit was designed--just as the whole solar system was deliberately re-formed, to a new ecliptic orientation, in fact, (a mere 17,000 years ago). This is the new paradigm--the study of the design(s) of the "gods" of ancient worldwide testimony (in myths and other religiously passed-down texts)--that my unprecedented research into the "ancient mysteries" has revealed. Cruithne's orbit, it is already clear to me, indicates something of importance for Earth-bound man to know about the former constituion of the solar system, and probably about specific changes that were made to the planetary orbits and how they were made. Cruithne's orbit is similar to what I deduced from the ancient data Immanuel Velikovsky uncovered for a former eccentric orbit of Venus (implied in ancient observations, specifically in the so-called "tablets of Ammizaduga")--although Velikovsky's work was meant to show that the "Worlds In Collision" he studied (specifically, among Venus, Mars and Earth) occurred in the second and first millennia BC, much later than the general reformation of the solar system (circa 15,000 BC) my findings reveal (a reformation, I might add, that was memorialized in Greek myth as "the birth of the new gods", and "when the twelve were produced from the eight" in ancient Egypt's ancient sacred tradition). Venus's present nearly-perfect circular orbit is another clue that design was involved in it (especially if one takes the "tablets of Ammizaduga" seriously, as evidence of its former, quite eccentric orbit--as well as the present resonances between Venus's orbit and those of Mars and Earth, and other clues as well). Cruithne would not be so clearly tied to the Earth by its orbital period if it didn't involve real changes made to the Earth and Earth's orbit (and any such "horseshoe orbits" tied to other planets, like that mentioned above for Saturn, likewise would involve changes involving the specific planet). These "horseshoe" orbits offer yet another independent line of study into the detailed unfolding of the design--what actually happened, as revealed by the objective physical facts of the design.