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Pillars of fire on the moon

Post by Patrick O'Callahan on July 8, 2010 at 10:22 am |
July 8, 2010 10:23 am

When you work at a newspaper, you have lots of people coming at you with, shall we say, interesting takes on reality. Here’s a sample. I’m not going to identify the author, because I don’t want to encourage him.

For all of you who are newcomers to my Local Cosmic Catastrophe letters, I often mention the fact that the entire earth is mirrored on the moon (front facing side only) and vice versa. Both formations were created by a cosmic auger, called Electrone (biblical “Pillar of Fire”). – you can emulate this celestial auger by placing a pencil between both surfaces  and follow the pattern of whatever you are copying. This produces the mirror effect.

Notice the huge crater on the moon’s image of Italy. This crater can barely be seen while you are travelling the country itself, only the center spot of the huge crater is all that is apparent on the NASA satellite photo.  Craters, like this one, and meteor Crater, Arizona, were created by Electrones, not by meteors, not by asteroid – by Electrones. Think of the Electrone funnel having a mouth in the shape of a wheel with a hub in the center.

Now watch Tapioca boil. You will see the boiling substance forming a crater having a hub in the center, being created from heat coming from below, heat caused by eddy currents flowing down the funnel into the Earth’s crust, rising up, melting it or boiling it, making the permanent craters, or craters in the boiling pudding, also seen in the boiling mud around the geysers at Yellowstone National Park. …

Meteors and Asteroids never struck the moon. Likewise they did not strike the Earth. They burn up very quickly in the atmosphere, and only very few meteors are seen hitting the ground, but mostly in very small  pieces less that the size of a football. No where does the hub-wheel crater appear where a meteor did hit the earth. 

For science to say that a meteor formed Meteor Crater, Az, is an erroneous assumption along with the rest of their academic theories. 

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