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We are told the moon has been here since before the dawn of man and is either a part of the Earth itself or a vagabond captured by our world eons ago. But is this true? There are many theories for the existence of the moon, but all have been proven wrong. The moon is far older than previously acknowledged by science, quite possibly older than the Earth or the sun. Our moon is not a solid object; it is indeed hollow and is the only moon in the solar system that has a stationary, near-perfect circular orbit. Ancient cultures have stories of how the moon came to be in orbit. Why are there unexplained geometric structures on the moon's surface that correlate to the structures found in ancient Egypt and other primitive locations on Earth? How is it that by miraculous chance the moon perfectly eclipses our sun? The mathematical probability that the sun and moon would align perfectly for a total eclipse to appear on Earth is zero. Astoundingly, the distance of the sun to the moon and the moon to the Earth that allows for the synchronized and complete and perfect coverage of the sun is impossible unless the moon were placed precisely where it is. Only an intelligence could do that. Did an alien intelligence place the moon in orbit, and do they still reside there today? Learn astounding facts and shocking revelations that prove we are not alone.

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  • Stephen Atkinson
  • 12-14-16

To short

To short good thought, makes you think but gives no hypothesis of its own just statements.