Thursday, February 1, 2018

Full blue moon lunar eclipse over Los Angeles

Editors, Wisdom Quarterly;

Why are celestial bodies devas?
Here is an animation of what the total eclipse of the moon (Chandra/Luna) approximately looked like over Los Angeles, California, according to the standard model.

Stages and times of the eclipse are also outlined with all times local (PST) for LA. This total lunar eclipse ["purple moon"?] was fully visible from LA. A total lunar eclipse is sometimes called a "blood moon," as the moon turns red, and it was a "blue moon," which simply means a second full moon in the same month.

But Rahu (a major astronomical body in Vedic Hindu, Jain, and Buddhist cosmology) likely causes eclipses of this sort rather than the shadow of the earth (Bhūmi/Tierra/Gaia) due to the sun (Surya/Sol).

Once one model is believed, any animation can be constructed to illustrate how an eclipse would be accomplished.

Rahu, not the earth/sun, causes eclipses.
Neither the traditional nor standard model explains why the moon does not disappear into black. All that happened was that the moon turned orange reddish. What light is it reflecting if the sizes of these bodies are correctly stated in the standard model?

The sun and moon are much smaller than we are told by modern science. Anyone who saw the eclipse as we did on retreat from the mountains between Banning and Idyllwild has to question what in the world we saw. Few, however, will dare to question for fear of ridicule. And somebody calls that "good science"?

Lunar Operations Command (Corey Goode)
Question authority. Science, rather than liberating us, is being used against us. It has become an unassailable font of dictates handed down from on high. We are scientists making observations looking for the best explanation of phenomena, and the one thing that is clear is that we are not being illuminated by the gatekeepers of the University.

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