The Moon

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HarsinVol

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"Once upon a time" or approximately 4.6 billion years ago, the original information of our solar system was:
• our Sun as the central Star;
• Mercury;
• Venus;
• Mars, (no Moon),
• a fourth planet larger than Earth (which did not exist at this time) with many moons
including a large moon;
• Jupiter,
• Saturn (trio ring),
• Uranus,
• Neptune
• and the planet you now understand to be Pluto was a satellite of Saturn at that time.

Approximately four billion years ago, a planet [Nibiru] from another location came into our still-forming solar system, in a retrograde orbit. Intruding into our solar system in the opposite direction, it had a great impact upon the arrangement of the world in the following way:

This incoming planet was also surrounded by it’s own Moons. It arrived in approximately the same orbit as the fourth planet that then existed - the one beyond Mars (Mars at that time was the third planet) shattered this planet [Maldek] creating what we now understand to be the Asteroid Belt. The molten remains cooled once again, moved into a tighter orbit around our Sun and became what you now understand to be our planet of Earth, and brought with it the large Moon of the fourth planet and that is why you still have our large Moon in orbit around the Earth.

This explains why our Moon is so large compared to the parent planet. The Moon originally formed around a larger planet of which our Earth is only a part. The Earth is approximately 67% of the former planet. The water came with us, in that there was much water on this planet, but it reformed over time into a spherical shape once again and the rift where the shadowing took place is what is now become our Pacific Ocean area.

You will remember that all of your land was on one side of your planet at one time, and through continental shift, moved and closed in around the Pacific Ocean making it much smaller than it used to be. But the Pacific Ocean is basically the site where the impact occurred that shattered that planet into the asteroid belt and your earth.

This planet [Nibiru] was also responsible for shattering the Moons, causing Saturn’s rings, and for turning Uranus on it’s side, giving it a very highly inclined axis, and also through gravitational perturbation wrested Pluto away from Saturn, placing it in it’s own orbit as an independent world. This planet which caused all of this re-arranging is still part of your solar system now in a highly elliptical orbit. It is in that sense your tenth planet, but it’s orbit encompasses what you would
call 3,600 years. Every 3,600 hundred years it comes back around. It is approximately half-way, 1800 years before it re-enters the immediate neighborhood of your solar system.

Thus the solar system as you generally understand it was created in that formation. So in the beginning this was the arrangement of the solar system.
 
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"Once upon a time" or approximately 4.6 billion years ago, the original information of our solar system was:
• our Sun as the central Star;
• Mercury;
• Venus;
• Mars, (no Moon),
• a fourth planet larger than Earth (which did not exist at this time) with many moons
including a large moon;
• Jupiter,
• Saturn (trio ring),
• Uranus,
• Neptune
• and the planet you now understand to be Pluto was a satellite of Saturn at that time.

Approximately four billion years ago, a planet [Nibiru] from another location came into our still-forming solar system, in a retrograde orbit. Intruding into our solar system in the opposite direction, it had a great impact upon the arrangement of the world in the following way:

This incoming planet was also surrounded by it’s own Moons. It arrived in approximately the same orbit as the fourth planet that then existed - the one beyond Mars (Mars at that time was the third planet) shattered this planet [Maldek] creating what we now understand to be the Asteroid Belt. The molten remains cooled once again, moved into a tighter orbit around our Sun and became what you now understand to be our planet of Earth, and brought with it the large Moon of the fourth planet and that is why you still have our large Moon in orbit around the Earth.

This explains why our Moon is so large compared to the parent planet. The Moon originally formed around a larger planet of which our Earth is only a part. The Earth is approximately 67% of the former planet. The water came with us, in that there was much water on this planet, but it reformed over time into a spherical shape once again and the rift where the shadowing took place is what is now become our Pacific Ocean area.

You will remember that all of your land was on one side of your planet at one time, and through continental shift, moved and closed in around the Pacific Ocean making it much smaller than it used to be. But the Pacific Ocean is basically the site where the impact occurred that shattered that planet into the asteroid belt and your earth.

This planet [Nibiru] was also responsible for shattering the Moons, causing Saturn’s rings, and for turning Uranus on it’s side, giving it a very highly inclined axis, and also through gravitational perturbation wrested Pluto away from Saturn, placing it in it’s own orbit as an independent world. This planet which caused all of this re-arranging is still part of your solar system now in a highly elliptical orbit. It is in that sense your tenth planet, but it’s orbit encompasses what you would
call 3,600 years. Every 3,600 hundred years it comes back around. It is approximately half-way, 1800 years before it re-enters the immediate neighborhood of your solar system.

Thus the solar system as you generally understand it was created in that formation. So in the beginning this was the arrangement of the solar system.
I can dig it.
 
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"Once upon a time" or approximately 4.6 billion years ago, the original information of our solar system was:
• our Sun as the central Star;
• Mercury;
• Venus;
• Mars, (no Moon),
• a fourth planet larger than Earth (which did not exist at this time) with many moons
including a large moon;
• Jupiter,
• Saturn (trio ring),
• Uranus,
• Neptune
• and the planet you now understand to be Pluto was a satellite of Saturn at that time.

Approximately four billion years ago, a planet [Nibiru] from another location came into our still-forming solar system, in a retrograde orbit. Intruding into our solar system in the opposite direction, it had a great impact upon the arrangement of the world in the following way:

This incoming planet was also surrounded by it’s own Moons. It arrived in approximately the same orbit as the fourth planet that then existed - the one beyond Mars (Mars at that time was the third planet) shattered this planet [Maldek] creating what we now understand to be the Asteroid Belt. The molten remains cooled once again, moved into a tighter orbit around our Sun and became what you now understand to be our planet of Earth, and brought with it the large Moon of the fourth planet and that is why you still have our large Moon in orbit around the Earth.

This explains why our Moon is so large compared to the parent planet. The Moon originally formed around a larger planet of which our Earth is only a part. The Earth is approximately 67% of the former planet. The water came with us, in that there was much water on this planet, but it reformed over time into a spherical shape once again and the rift where the shadowing took place is what is now become our Pacific Ocean area.

You will remember that all of your land was on one side of your planet at one time, and through continental shift, moved and closed in around the Pacific Ocean making it much smaller than it used to be. But the Pacific Ocean is basically the site where the impact occurred that shattered that planet into the asteroid belt and your earth.

This planet [Nibiru] was also responsible for shattering the Moons, causing Saturn’s rings, and for turning Uranus on it’s side, giving it a very highly inclined axis, and also through gravitational perturbation wrested Pluto away from Saturn, placing it in it’s own orbit as an independent world. This planet which caused all of this re-arranging is still part of your solar system now in a highly elliptical orbit. It is in that sense your tenth planet, but it’s orbit encompasses what you would
call 3,600 years. Every 3,600 hundred years it comes back around. It is approximately half-way, 1800 years before it re-enters the immediate neighborhood of your solar system.

Thus the solar system as you generally understand it was created in that formation. So in the beginning this was the arrangement of the solar system.
But how to you explain the existence of Antichthon(the counter earth that Aliens come from) and the Nemesis star?
 
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"Once upon a time" or approximately 4.6 billion years ago, the original information of our solar system was:
• our Sun as the central Star;
• Mercury;
• Venus;
• Mars, (no Moon),
• a fourth planet larger than Earth (which did not exist at this time) with many moons
including a large moon;
• Jupiter,
• Saturn (trio ring),
• Uranus,
• Neptune
• and the planet you now understand to be Pluto was a satellite of Saturn at that time.

Approximately four billion years ago, a planet [Nibiru] from another location came into our still-forming solar system, in a retrograde orbit. Intruding into our solar system in the opposite direction, it had a great impact upon the arrangement of the world in the following way:

This incoming planet was also surrounded by it’s own Moons. It arrived in approximately the same orbit as the fourth planet that then existed - the one beyond Mars (Mars at that time was the third planet) shattered this planet [Maldek] creating what we now understand to be the Asteroid Belt. The molten remains cooled once again, moved into a tighter orbit around our Sun and became what you now understand to be our planet of Earth, and brought with it the large Moon of the fourth planet and that is why you still have our large Moon in orbit around the Earth.

This explains why our Moon is so large compared to the parent planet. The Moon originally formed around a larger planet of which our Earth is only a part. The Earth is approximately 67% of the former planet. The water came with us, in that there was much water on this planet, but it reformed over time into a spherical shape once again and the rift where the shadowing took place is what is now become our Pacific Ocean area.

You will remember that all of your land was on one side of your planet at one time, and through continental shift, moved and closed in around the Pacific Ocean making it much smaller than it used to be. But the Pacific Ocean is basically the site where the impact occurred that shattered that planet into the asteroid belt and your earth.

This planet [Nibiru] was also responsible for shattering the Moons, causing Saturn’s rings, and for turning Uranus on it’s side, giving it a very highly inclined axis, and also through gravitational perturbation wrested Pluto away from Saturn, placing it in it’s own orbit as an independent world. This planet which caused all of this re-arranging is still part of your solar system now in a highly elliptical orbit. It is in that sense your tenth planet, but it’s orbit encompasses what you would
call 3,600 years. Every 3,600 hundred years it comes back around. It is approximately half-way, 1800 years before it re-enters the immediate neighborhood of your solar system.

Thus the solar system as you generally understand it was created in that formation. So in the beginning this was the arrangement of the solar system.
God?
 
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So, a gargantuan space phoenix dropped a huge bolus on a pass through our solar system during its formation. This coalesced into the moon at just the right space and time for it to be captured in orbit around earth. Yes, the moon is in essence a giant bird dookie.
 

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