• The Flat Earth Activist, Second Edition

  • A Guide to Dismantling the Globe-Paradigm
  • By: Tim Ozman
  • Narrated by: Stephen Floyd
  • Length: 2 hrs and 48 mins
  • 3.3 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Flat Earth isn't merely a matter of topography and the conspicuous lack of curvature or detectable movement. Flat Earth is the absence of delusion. It is a cleansing of the doors of perception, allowing us to see reality as it is, infinite. The Flat Earth Reformation has already begun in the minds of those who unplugged from that blind faith in the official interpretations of reality and recognized how the Globe-Paradigm is a mental and religious construct which binds humanity in a toxic and codependent relationship with power.

©2017 Tim Ozman (P)2018 Tim Ozman

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My only issue is the conspicuous omission of what a flat Earth implies - that of a Creator. I understand hostility toward established religion and dogma, but in my opinion (and in my belief), a geocentric, stationary expansive plain suggests that it is created. If one refuses to accept the globe model (which I do), then that stands to reason that one should also look skeptically at the "therory" of evolution. Like the heliocentric globe model, evolution is not backed up with any scientific evidence, and has been essentially debunked over and over. If one is to believe in evolution, then as he accepts the globe on faith, so to must he accept evolution by faith. So, while I have come to dismiss the globe model, I believe that life on Earth, and that plain on which we live, is the creation of God. There is, I believe, room under the flat Earth tent for people who share my stance.

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At least, if not more than flat earth advocacy, the author’s strong agenda is anti-religiosity. He rails against religion of all kinds, supposedly for comparison to the cult of globism. I find this ironic as the reality of a flat earth argues far more for (at least) theism than does a belief in a spinning sphere born of the Big Bang. A flat earth can be no accident of cosmic dust over time but screams an intelligent designer. If you’re mildly religious you’ll find this book more irritating than informative.