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The authors of Civilization One return, bringing new evidence about the Moon that will shake up our world Christopher Knight and Alan Butler realized that the ancient system of geometry they presented in their earlier, breakthrough study works as perfectly for the Moon as it does the Earth They found a consistent sequence of integer numbers that they can apply to every major aspect of the Moon no such pattern emerges for any other planet or moon in the solar system In addition, Knight and Butler discovered that the Moon possesses few or no heavy metals and has no coresomething that should not be possible Their persuasive conclusion 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 objectan idea with profound implications....

Title : Who Built the Moon?
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ISBN : 1842931636
ISBN13 : 978-1842931639
Format Type : Paperback
Language : Deutsch
Publisher : -
Number of Pages : 273 Pages
File Size : 562 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Who Built the Moon? Reviews

  • Dave C.
    2019-04-24 17:52

    After reading this book I am utterly 100% convinced that our Moon is an artificial construct. The evidence is right there, has been right in front of our faces all along, and has been waiting for us to make the seemingly obvious connections pointing to the irrefutable proof that the Moon was engineered by intelligent design and not simply by random chance or accident. There are far too many "coincidences" that cannot be dismissed by current academic and scientific theories for the creation of our moon such as:

  • Hertzair
    2019-05-01 20:36

    Not just a theory, as the author’s demonstrate the mathematics of the Moon, Earth and the Sun to prove that the moon’s position and movements are beyond is amazing to me that the moon’s peculiarities never received more attention from science. But since science refuses to explore anything outside of what must be a random, natural, “accidental” event, the miraculous characteristics of the moon were glossed over. Ever wonder how the moon just happens to be the right size and the right distance from the Earth and the sun so that we have a solar Eclipse? Because the moon just happens to be 1/400 the size of the sun and 400 times closer to the earth than the sun, that’s why! What are the odds of that happening by chance?

  • John Harris
    2019-05-18 20:41

    The best book I’ve ever read on the subject of extra-terrestrial “tinkering” in earthly affairs! What I most appreciate is the long succession of mathematical facts about the moon and its relationship to our Earth and the sun. In their entirety, these minutely balanced ratios simply cannot be the result of chance—the possibility of such a series of accidents would be truly astronomical. There’s no, “Could it be that...” or, “We have to wonder if...” in the tendentious style of ANCIENT ALIENS. The occasional ironic indulgence of a religious perspective struck me as a bit condescending, for there ARE believers who do not consider Genesis a science textbook and feel comfortable yielding unto Caesar what is Caesar’s; but I can also understand the temptation to be a tad snarky in that direction, since the other kind of believer can be pretty overpowering. The main carry-away here is just that our remarkable satellite’s dimensions, her location, her rhythms and motions (the authors steer clear of mentioning the controversial “hollow gong” supposedly registered when NASA deliberately crashed an orbiter into the lunar surface)... all of this ineluctably points to a phenomenon that cannot be perfectly natural and accidental. Most other “ET” books do a disservice to this thesis by advancing evidence that invites ridicule. This one faces us with facts that can’t be explained away.

  • a300fo
    2019-05-06 17:55

    Great book full of things you never knew about the moon but probably always wondered why it had such strange and magical properties. The maths involved with its size, shape, distance, spin around the earth and how it regulates so many things here is fascinating and didn't happen by chance, the odds are crazy. This helped join some of the dots for me with other books like Fingerprints of the Gods which delves into so many things for example the sacred geometry of the Giza pyramids, their dimensions relative to the polar and equatorial circumferences, size, shape and location on the Earth. And for a real head spin to join all the design together I recommend looking into music and how all the numbers inter-relate to another.