posted on Nov, 16 2017 @ 10:21 AM
"I don't understand the issue here. I think Salvador still qualifies as "Eastern Brazil". "
LOL! Now you're saying that you don't see an issue with the showing of a greater eclipse occurring just slightly West of easternmost edge of Brazil.
So as long as its still "technically" 'EAST' Brazil no harm done in showing a substantially greater eclipse. Maybe you just didn't click both my
links. Certainly you don't believe that the eclipse grew in size further west?
That's even worse than what you keep repeating about how it has to be a perfect technical full moon moment to have an eclipse. Regardless of anything
else, we saw it, and Google Sky Map confirms it. I don't know if the dorking around with the time zones is how they pulled this off or simply cutting
out of the list all eclipses that occur more than 7 hrs after the perfect technical Full Moons. Perhaps it was a couple of tricks such as how they
got the speed of light and lucky pi as the Great Pyramid coordinates. Yes they changed definition of meter and rearranged things to get it at the
I figured MANY things out the hard way, and I don't easily get distracted with all the papering over on things here nor elsewhere.
One way to check if there is something tricky going on is to evaluate multiple sources. Such as if other sources appear to oddly kink the ecliptic
line or make the moon so small it misses all but the most perfect eclipses. Or in the case of the pyramid coordinates, check Google vs Microsoft.
Heh...yeah, I found everything by connecting the dots of the holy grail of a trail (yeah that trail indicates 2 more tunnels under the pyramid btw)
and believe it or not I've recently discovered an ancient indian ceremonial ground that people have missed for untold number of years. This all
within weeks of lunar eclipse. 42 hidden things I've since discovered in plain sight. Was I abducted by aliens on August 7th? I don't feel that
special. Maybe I just decided to open my eyes. Honestly, this is getting tiring, and I know history is not kind to those that rock the argha Noa.
I'm fairly certain it was the last eclipse that could be cloaked.
Btw- looking at your last two links, specifically the last few seconds of each, you can see the shadow falling on different areas. It wasn't a simple
rotation of view. I don't know what to make of that, but perhaps someone else can stand on this step of facts and see even further.
Or, mods, just delete the thread.
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