Architecture over the flat earth-The dome part 3

(The image on the cover is  a vertical section or lateral view of the flat earth with its underground layout  and the upper dome different layers.)


Architecture of the dome: a brief summary

Architecture is necessary to build a cupola. I have already touched, and more than once,  the theme of a dome over the flat earth. First of all, we have proved the necessity of a solid vault to hold back the atmosphere. Without it,  the atmosphere would diffuse in the empty space of the cosmos. We have actually given evidence of the fact that the atmosphere gets stratified because of the presence of a ceiling. It stops the lighter gases from dispersing in the outer space.

In the second part of my discussion, I have considered the fact that the Dome and the Earth constitute the two plates of an enormous capacitor. This is a system charged with chemical reactions between the Earth components (for instance iron and silicates) and the graphene and silicates of the dome. The electrolyte will be performed by the sea water.

In this third session, I want to investigate some more characteristics of the dome. I hope that all these new ideas will become stronger and better defined in the course of time. Since the beginning of this inquiry, two years ago, incredible ideas have grown up being implemented by always new incoming concepts. In this way, as a consequence, you will find on this blog a continuously updated description of the flat earth. On the other hand,  on the net, the same description still appears to be extremely nebulous and fragmentary. We intend to suggest always more detailed hypothesis of how the real shape of the Earth and of the Dome can be designed.

Some important question

We want, now, to give an answer to some important question:

-If a division between waters is made possible by the existence of a vault, how can we describe the whole geometric, architectural system of the dome?

– Is the dome rotating? Of course, it is, but what enables it to avoid the terrible friction that such a big spinning could transmit to the Earth?

– If stars are all inside the dome, how could we explain the fact that spectroscopy measures different distances for each star?

The geometry of the dome

Let’s consider now the geometry of the dome. In the article “The seven pillars and foundations outside our earthly ponds”, we have discussed a solid hemispherical basin. It is a solidity able to contain the continents and the waters of the oceans. Its diameter has to be 26640km long and  6660km thick. For sure, in the future, we’ll have to understand what is the role of this basin in sustaining the magnetic field of the earth.

We can imagine, thus, that the upper dome is a very similar but inverted hemispheric basin. It will be made of different materials and positioned as a cover in the upper part of the earth. The consequent idea is that of a sphere, made up of two hemispheres, one of the silicates downward and one another of silicates and graphene upward. The earth is a plane in the middle.  In the same time, we can think of a chalice that grows up from the basin below to retain the upper waters. They could be contained in a sort of inter-space between the stationary dome made of glass and the first mobile.

Architecture made of  two glasses

It is like having a smaller glass inside a bigger one, as in the picture.

Here you can imagine a basin reinforced by six lateral columns giving strength to the external container of the waters. Can you remember the seven columns of Proverbs 9:1? ” Wisdom has built her house; she has hewn her seven pillars.” English Standard Version. In architecture, you should talk of a cupola reinforced by six pendentives.

Where could be set the seven pillars? The seventh of them should obviously be set inside the center of the earth, at the geographical north pole, while the other six can be imagined as the vertexes of an imaginary hexagonal geometric figure. Each column should have a 9 kilometers diameter. This will be a consequence of the particular geometry of the platform. The crystal dome is on top. You should imagine the bigger glass as being a hemisphere covering the “Bucket”. You could try to verify the validity of my hypothesis by using two different glasses and performing the experiment. You could notice the fact that the smaller glass is able to seal the waters below, separating them from the waters above.

So, in my imagination, I couldn’t think to the waters as suspended over the entire platform of the Earth but rather contained in special interspaces. The internal glass contains the Earth and the lower waters while the bigger bucket contains the upper ones, as in an inter-space between two rings, one is a stationary layer maybe made of glass, pure radiance of light, and the other is a mobile crystal dome filled with stars. The smaller glass is the inner, solid wall of the dome that makes, upstairs, a division between the two waters.

The magnetic, gaseous, aeriform column on the northern pole could be the opening the Bible mentions in Genesis 7:11 “On that day all the springs of the great deep burst forth, and the floodgates of the heavens were opened”. (New International Version). It’s just there that I have imagined being set the pearl-gates mentioned in Revelation 21:21 and considered in my last week article on the blog.

Architecture and many wonders inside a bucket

You should certainly remember what Isaiah 40:15 states: “Surely the nations are like a drop in a bucket…”, and there the prophet seems to refer to our cosmos as a container filled with waters.

So, for now, we have finally tried to show the possible geometry of the system. (By the way, here the implicit science is known as geodesy.) Moreover, let’s say something about the rotation of the dome. The stars rotate with a speed similar to that of the sun, only about one degree faster each day. While the sun performs a complete round in 24 hours, the dome performs it in  23h 56′.  As a consequence, when supposing the stars as nested in the dome, we have to conclude that the dome rotates.

The first objection you will think, however, is that, if the external glass rotates, it could be difficult to seal the upper waters. But we really need to avoid their flowing inside of the dome, flooding the earth. Moreover,  we have to consider that the stars rotate and that stars do not all appear at the same distance in the thickness of the dome. So, let’s try some hypothesis. We could consider the dome as composed by different hemispherical layers.

Let’s say  there are two main layers, the interior one made up of glass, pure irradiation of light, stationary, forming the internal structure of the dome and one exterior, outside the furthermost extremity of the earth, auto-moving (as it would have an automatic pilot incorporated), made of crystal,  and nestled with stars.

Anyway, one of these main layers should be fixed to the Earth. It would constitute the structure that seals the Earth, avoiding the upper waters to flood it. To say something more, the second layer should be moving and filled with stars. How can this external layer move, winning the friction that generates from the different status of the two layers that are not working in the same way, that is to say, one is moving and one is stationary? Remember the internal space made up of waters and obviously much more else(graphene, hydrogel, etc.). What is then the cause of the movement?

With this bewildering question in the mind, I leave here my reader. Let’s say goodbye with a song. Bye, bye, my reader, so long goodbye.


Time passes by, direction unknown
You’ve left us now, but we’re not alone
Before you know it your cups overflown
You measured no one that I’ve ever known

And it’s quite alright
And goodbye for now
Just look up to the stars
And believe who you are
‘Cause it’s quite alright
And so long, goodbye

We always knew that it’d come to this
It’s times like these I forget what I miss
Matters of heart are hard to address
Especially when yours is full of emptiness

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