So this is a picture of the moon I took this night. The moon, the lesser light of the two great lights. The moonlight is a cool light whose light is cooler in its light than in its shade.
I write about the moon a lot from my other blogs, yet can we talk too much about the moon? People dream of landing on the moon, but can we really land on light?
People want to rocket to the moon, but can we really break through the firmament which is strong as a molten looking glass? These are questions to ask.
Another thing to ask is, has any human seen the other side of the moon? As we see only one side of the moon. Isn't that interesting that we only see one side of the moon?
If we only see one side of the moon, could the moon be a flat light and not a sphere? Remember I am only questioning the way the world taught us of the moon. Yet who are they?
Did they really go to the moon? Could it have been faked? Has the government ever told us a lie before? Is it not good to question the teaching?
Could we not solve problems better with a better understanding of a subject? If one can understand a certain subject, could one just question the teaching, if it does not add up?
Could one even question the agenda of a certain lie?
Well, will we ever get to the moon? One would have to figure how to get through the firmament. Yet, the world doesn't want us to acknowledge the firmament.
Does anyone at NASA acknowledge the firmament? Why do rockets start off flying straight up then they level off after awhile? Are they afraid that they will hit the firmament?
Let's end with a scripture, as it is written, And let them be for lights in the firmament of the heaven to give light upon the earth: and it was so. Genesis 1:15.
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Thank you, David.
Image is mine, taken with my Moto G.