The next eclipse is due in 2017. Not everyone will be able to see it, and not everyone will want to see it. I’m more concerned with the moon itself, the large object that illuminates the night sky.
Let me throw some questions your way along with some convincing statements, based on science. Firstly, how can the moon, being as large as it is, still be circling the earth? The moon is absolutely huge compared to other planet moons. The ratio of size to earth is small, so why hasn’t such a large mass object collided with the earth yet? The earths gravity is strong enough to have pulled the moon into it, but it hasn’t. Scientists may claim the moon is getting further away, but how is this possible? The gravitational field of the sun is enough to keep it from flying away. Interesting.
Next question, is the moon a satellite? A human construct designed to be an intergalactic radio station. Again scientists conducted an experiment. They sent an object flying at the moon, and upon impact, they observed a hollow ringing noise. So how can a moon be hollow? It doesn’t make sense, but it makes sense if the moon is a satellite. People will be inside, observing the earth and space in general. They may even be there to intercept any alien life forms messages and divert them.
Thirdly, is the moon a space weapon? Photographic evidence from NASA and google images can clearly identify structures on the surface. This image isn’t the evidence, just a reconstruction.
Considering the fact the moon is such a large object, it would be ideal as a space station for the military. It could have been a weapon base for two reasons: to defend earth against aliens invaders, or to hold a nation to ransom. Which is more likely? I think the moon could be used to house nuclear weaponry, which in turn could be dropped on a nation unsuspectingly. Or even worse, the moon is the last resort in a nuclear war. The moon would destroy earth using highly advanced thermonuclear lasers. Again this seems far fetched but somehow believable considering what governments have done before.
If humans haven’t turned it into a military base by now, then something else has. I wonder why the moon hasn’t been explored in 40 years? The last question, was the moon being mined by extraterrestrials? They set up base thousands of years ago, and left behind workers to continue to monitor the operation and prevent possible intervention by humans. Let’s face it, we are the closest to the moon and the biggest threat to alien life. They were probably mining for the vast mineral resources that the moon has. No nation on earth can own the moon or its resources, but that might be because it’s already taken. The Moon has water, helium-3 and rare earth metals (REMs). Earth is getting low on REMs with China owning about 90%, which will be depleted in 20 years or so. As for helium-3, this is an extremely valuable resource to humans because it can help with nuclear power.
‘Helium 3 (He-3) is a light, non-radioactive isotope of helium with two protons and one neutron. Its presence is rare on Earth, but it is sought after for use in nuclear fusion research. It is also used in MRI scanners and in sensors to detect smuggled plutonium.’
An alien life form may already be mining it, for power for their ships or bases. As the following photo shows:
So, have they been mining it for weapons? Or for a massive collection of energy capable of powering their bases and ships?
As for the eclipse, it can only mean one thing, a moon that is not really a moon. But a religious symbol. It blocks out the sun.
“Immediately after the distress of those days “‘the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give its light; the stars will fall from the sky, and the heavenly bodies will be shaken.”‘
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Your pic on the left reminds me of the millennium falcon.
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