To the Moon!

NASA supposedly landed on the moon six times between 1969 and 1972. While that is debatable, there is a lot to learn by understanding that awesome bright nightlight in the sky. Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven Six is a number that pops up a lot when examining the moon: We landed on it six times. The moon supposedly has about 1/6th the gravity of Earth. Its diameter is 6! + 6! + 6! in miles. That is 720 + 720 + 720   (2160) 2160 is also 6 x 6 x 60 Remember this is according to NASA (not. a. scientist. around.) The number 27.3 is also a lunar phenomenon A square behind a circle has exactly 27.3% more area. 27.3 is the number that *squares the circle The moon is 27.3% smaller than Earth according to NASA (need. another. seven. astronauts.) i.e. they could just be…

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Spherical Refraction – The Magnetic Relationship Between Light and the Universal Shape

:by: Clay Taylor A principle question that arises in the study of geometry and the study of light concerns the behavior of light upon the sphere. The sphere itself is nothing less than the universal and perfect shape. It is in a way the first and last possibility of the great miracle of dimension- the one great marriage of singularity and infinity, the unification of polarity and the prime cause of the 3 base dimensions of triangulated space. It is at once a single point, a single surface and yet a container of infinite points. It is infinitely divisible, has complete curvature that expresses every angle and both convexity and concavity is built into it. Clearly, to describe its characteristics is to employ words that seem paradoxical and contradictory… It is by means of the sphere that man and his science may come to truly understand…

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Is Google Evil?

Everyone knows Google’s motto: “Don’t be evil”. But do they take this seriously or just pay lip service to this sound advice? Is Google really evil? You decide. Gmail Google’s email is called Gmail… how original of you, Google.  Half of you reading this right now probably have an account; it’s intuitive and free, why not? I do, but I am deleting it.  I recommend Proton mail, which is also free, but they aren’t evil, I don’t think. Gmail’s logo is undoubtably the Freemasonic apron. Why would they choose this as their email logo? Sure, the icon looks like a letter that we’d receive in the mail but there might be more to it than that… The “G” that is used between the compass and square in Freemasonry has long been questioned of its significance and meaning.  What does the G stand for? Some…

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