A disc and not a sphere: this is the moon 

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The disc of the moon is behaving as a body moving inside an electromagnetic Moebius strip trajectory. This can certainly be an astonishing explanation of the movements of the moon.

But let’s go deeper into our consideration of the flat Earth model. In this post, I will explore some different facet relative to the moon.  I will present a few details that should check the validity of the reference framework we have developed. So, as I hope, I will prove, once and forever, that this flat Earth model is apt to describe all sort of astronomical phenomena.

Always the same face of the moon

Astronomers always say that the moon and the earth are spinning around their axis in a perfectly synchronous movement.  As a consequence humankind has always seen the same face of the moon. Official science explains that the Earth and the moon move in resonance spin-orbit.  This occurs due to the fact that the ratio between the two periods is the same. It means the period T when the moon revolves around the Earth corresponds to the rotation period τ  around its axis.  T and τ express the same duration, that is T= τ=27,32 days.  But…just a moment, kids! I’m looking at something that I can’t absolutely believe! I wonder how that incredible spell keeping the moon and the earth in such a synchronous movement could work!

Astronomers explain this resonance can stabilize the tracks of celestial bodies. That means protecting them from the disturbing gravitational influence of other orbiting bodies. As surely you remember,  gravity doesn’t respect the principle of conservation of energy. Hence the moon has no gravitational mass and shows always the same face.

Moebius Strip and the phases of the Lunar Disc

Why shouldn’t we consider the track of the moon as a simple movement inside a huge Moebius strip? This hypothesis could explain a lot about the lunar disc. First, it would perfectly tell why the moon always appears showing the same face. Second, it would explain the reasons for the many changes within the monthly lunar phases. And this will be a totally new, astonishing explanation.

Galileo somewhere, when talking about the moon, describes a particular phenomenon as Luna Incandita, i.e. illuminated by the Earth.  It is a phenomenon that regularly repeats in the same and cyclical way. It shows and creates a particular light of the moon you can sometimes see by night. This phenomenon can provide more in-depth understanding.


A conical trajectory for the lunar disc

I have already depicted the lunar astronomical reality as a conical trajectory the moon runs in 27,32 days, up and down.  But pay attention. With conical trajectory, I don’t mean an ellipse that is a conical figure obtained by cutting a cone with a plane. The moon trajectory is really a cone run with a spiral movement from the Capricorn to the Cancer Tropic

This trajectory allows, in the course of time, to see a bigger portion of the face of the moon. Mainstream science posits that this is due to two reasons:

  • The rotation axis of the Moon is tilted of 1°31’ in respect of the ecliptic axis.
  • The moon orbit is eccentric with an elliptical shape in which the Earth is one of the focuses.

In reality, the reason is that the moon runs this enormous cone in a relatively short time. The orbit of the moon to be run in one day is thus a part of a spiral with a quite great eccentricity. This generates what seems to be an ellipse with a tilted axis. The different height of the moon during the weeks is the reason why you gradually see its different shadow. What I mean to say is that in the course of time the face of the moon looks a little differently than before.

Moebius strip and epicycloids of the lunar disc

Sometimes astronomers have described the trajectory of the moon as epicycloids around the sun.

Look at the figure below.

Actually, there are no proofs to say that the moon has this trajectory. This is maybe a theory based on an imaginary geometry. But this theory wouldn’t be incompatible with a Moebius-strip-like lunar track.  The sun is near to the Earth and the fact that its rays are divergent and not parallel proves it. Consequently,  we understand that the moon is not far from the sun.

Near the phase of the new moon, you just notice it already looks like a very narrow sickle. Then sometimes it could happen to view that the rest of the lunar disc can be visible although not fully illuminated. As a matter of facts, it turns to a gray color, also known as the Moon’s ashen glow. Sometimes English speaking people refer to it as the old Moon in the new Moon’s arms.

The moon is not a sphere but a disc

Astronomers often explain this weak luminescence as it was the earth reflecting the light of the sun to the moon. Immediately the moon would reflect this same light again. So the sickle would be the part of the moon that the sun directly illuminates. I wonder however how this illuminated part could present such precise boundaries with no gradual shading. In fact, it appears just as a sudden change from light to shadow. The question, so, will be the following: Is the moon a simple disc and not a sphere?  It is certainly an inquiry to evaluate.

This is actually what you should see, was the moon a sphere: a passage from the highlight, to light and then shadow. Anyway, this is something it doesn’t happen.

I tend to believe that, most likely, the moon, which is self-luminescent,  illuminates due to an electromagnetic interaction between the Earth and Sun. We should remember that at the northern center of the earth there’s a polar electromagnetic column exercising a big influence on the moon and all the system. You can detect its activity when observing the amazing beauty of the Northern Lights show.

We will see next week what will be the resulting interaction among the moon, the sun and the earth and what is the origin of the eclipses. Bye, Bye.

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