6. The duration of lunar phases caused by the sun, and the quality of those aspects formed with the other planets and stars of the ecliptic at the same time, show that the Earth is not moving. The Moon is running
too deep, going from east to west as much as the stars, yet too close to Earth to be going the wrong way, from west to east, and the earth is not spinning away into the east from underneath the direction of signs.
The phases of the moon are caused by the sun and moon both orbiting the earth, in the same direction, with the sun always traveling faster from further away; and they last much too long for the earth to be spinning away in view
of them. The moon is much closer to earth than the sun and stars, and going the same direction, from east to west. The daily changing angle of the aspect between the Sun and Moon causes the lunar phases, and from day to day, over each twelve to twenty-four
hour stage of any lunar phase, the Earth never rotates under the line of the aspect any more than from an eclipse.
The moon is in a sign for only 2.333 to 2 ½ days, because it cannot
keep up with the fixed stars in the distant background that are traveling around the Earth much faster, from their spheres. Whereas the sun is in a sign a month, Mars close to two months, and Jupiter in a sign for a year: Saturn is the planet orbiting the
earth from furthest away, and of the seven classic planets it goes the fastest, from its sphere, and is in a sign for about 2 ½ to 3 years, and a golf ball dropped from the orb of Saturn may take 120 years to land on Earth, et cetera.
All the stars and planets of the ecliptic more distant than the Moon are gradually catching up to it, and passing
it in circles through the days, and all orbiting the earth from East to West but much faster.
Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn follow great orbits in their spheres and all transit to a full 180
degrees opposition from the sun, far away on the other side of the Earth. This shows that they are not orbiting the sun as the sun orbits the Earth, but that they are orbiting the Earth from far away and beyond the sun. In contrast, Mercury and Venus are never
more than two signs, or more than 60 degrees, away from the sun, and often are in a neighboring house, orbiting the sun as it orbits the Earth, but none of it between them all is because of Newtonian “gravity”.
Mercury and Venus are the only two planets orbiting the sun. They are never more than two signs, or 60”, away from the sun, and often are in one of the two houses neighboring the sun, or in the same one as the sun. For this reason
Mercury has been known as the messenger of the gods; and Venus as the star of the morning, or the star of the evening, depending whether it is in front of or following the sun. These two planets orbit the sun as it orbits the Earth, traveling in weaves. The
weaving patterns of Venus in front of and following the sun through the years have been the basis of the pentagram, for instance, and the cyclical patterns of Mercury around the sun the basis of the hexagram.
Besides adding to the proof, e.g. v=wr, that the moon travels slower when closer to Earth, and faster when further away, the seven traditional planets and constellations show that the Earth must be at the center of the ecliptic and, therefore,
of the cosmos as well, for where the planets wander from sign to sign, the Earth by contrast is in all the constellations of the ecliptic all the time always.
The Moon and the Sun may appear bigger on
the horizon, not because they orbit the Earth in an ellipse, but because of stereo-optical illusion and the perfectly spherical curvature of the Earth, and what can be the affects of some lensing refraction from the Earth's atmosphere. The apparent
size of the sun and moon at the ascendant or descendant, where they rise and set, compared with the midheaven, is affected by the curvature of the Earth and the distance that their light has to travel, through the variable mediating conditions
of the atmosphere. The curvature of the Earth and its atmosphere can have a lensing effect which can magnify images of the stars, the sun, and the moon along the horizons.
Also, when the Sun and Moon are just rising, in the line of section where they appear, they may seem to be close to the ground, just grazing the horizon, where there
are things like mountains, trees, and buildings to compare and frame their size. When they are way up hign in the sky at midheaven, there is nothing around them to compare and frame their
size except the vast and deep empty-looking sky. There is an affect like "Ebbinghaus Illusion", where identically sized objects appear to be different sizes
when placed in different surroundings. Differences in background, and visual effects from the frame of the horizon, and the spherical curvature of Earth and space, can make them
appear bigger when they are low to the horizon. Also, it seems that on the horizon blue light is scattered more than red light, and there is a greater index in density of refraction, causing the Moon and Sun to appear flatter and wider.
The sun and the moon appearing to be bigger and closer when on the horizon than at midheaven is an illusion; it is not due to actual distance but to differences in the depth interval and binocular disparity. Since it is an optical illusion, it is not part of an example for an ellipse.
The objects surrounding another object have an effect on the brain.
For example, smaller circles surrounding an object make it appear bigger than when it is surrounded by larger circles. The affect of the horizon is like smaller circles, which make an object seem larger; and the affect of deep sky is like larger circles,
which make an object seem smaller.
Also the brain is used to objects that are moving towards the horizon becoming smaller, like birds, planes, ships, and clouds etc.; but when the moon suddenly
appears, it is not going away but coming around and toward the observer by its orbit. This adds something to the affect of apparent largeness in space.
size of the full Moon in the sky can vary between 36 arc minutes (0.6 degrees) at perigee, and 30 arc minutes (0.5 degrees) at apogee; but this difference occurs only in the
periodisation within an accumulation of lunar orbits, not over the course of one night or one semi-circle, as the Moon rises and goes around.
The full moon rising in the horizon over Jacskonville, Florida at 81.66 W, for example, may appear bigger there in the evening than at midnight over Genoa, Italy, at 8"55"58 E, where it is at the same time, when it would be at the same one place in space vis-a-vis the earth --- as it always is in one place at a time, and going only one speed at a time, as much
as the sun and the other planets and all the stars --- but the object is not superficially closer to Jacksonville than Genoa, and not for the sake of an ellipse.
The shortest distance between two points is still a straight line, and from a universal technicality of geometry it is actually closer to Genoa than Jacksonville at that time. Yet wherever it is in the sky, the center of the Moon or the Sun, or of any star, is only one distance away from the center of the Earth at
a time. If for a little while the Moon, or Venus, or Jupiter seem bigger when in the skyline, it is because of the earth's atmosphere and the effects of an optical illusion.
For all that, a high level Freemason from NASA administration or the Bohemian Grove may raise objections, and say that if the earth does not orbit the sun, it could be orbiting clouds or Jupiter by relativity, and nobody could ever tell, because indeed
the Moon going around the earth goes slower when it is closer, and faster when it is further away.
Because what the moon is doing proves that the earth can revolve at different speeds at once along its many
latitudes. If the moon goes slower with less radius from the center of the diagram, then so does the earth; and, therefore, it is true that the equator is spinning and spinning faster than the 40th parallel --- the one running through the Kansas-Nebraska state
line, Manhattan, and Spain, etc. --- since the equator is further from the center. If it were only a matter of fire and smoke and a bag of confusion around the old owl at the Bohemian Grove, maybe so --- but not really.
The supposed rotational velocities for Quito, Ecuador and New York City can be figured with the formula for angular velocity, as well as by dividing circumeference of parallel by the 24 hour day. For instance, v = wr, where omega becomes pi/12=.261799387,
and the radius of parallel at the equator is 3963 miles, which brings a speed of 1038 mph. The radius of parallel at the 40th longitude north is 3035.658 miles, which yields a rate of 794 mph, and so forth. So when the moon's orbit has less radius it goes
slower, but then so does the rotation of the earth, in terms of its radius from the center, as less radius is naturally less velocity for the moon, so it is with the terrestrial factors of the earth.
Yet this is
a false comparison, a false objection by fallacy of composition. The parts of circular velocity have characteristics such that, all other things being equal, as radius decreases velocity decreases, but the whole matter of X for speed of lunar orbit between
the earth and the moon is different from the latitudes of earth as latitudes of earth. The whole picture of the elements involved is different from the qualified parts, because each orbit of the moon is unique ab origine, whereas the earth is simply condensed
all together at once.