Welcome to the flat earth intel, this is an educational and information site on learning how to determine earths true shape.
Welcome to the flat earth intel, this is an educational and information site on learning how to determine earths true shape.
Updates on the following areas;
Welcome, there is a lot of content on this website and it can be a bit overwhelming. To make it a little more easy, this is about using the sun to determine whether the earths surface shape is flat or curved. And yes it's the "BIG" deal as to creation or cosmic accident. Specifically measuring the suns height (vertical angle) will give us the answer to this question. Starting out what we need to know the order of the process. Much of this information is the WHY and HOW this process works. Keep in mind this is a knowledge share with the intent purpose of self discovery process for the individual, take it in small steps :)). it may take a few times of reviewing the information and steps, for some this is the case so don't feel discouraged. After all we weren't taught this in our education system. What we need to know when testing the models (globe and flat earth);
Understanding the 9 step geometric validation process using the sun, military science and geometry. Using the sun to determine earths surface shape is the most logical and practical choice. This is because the sun is at 90 degrees to a person, place or thing every single day of the year, 24 hours a day. From that we can measure vertical angle or suns height which will give us the answer to earths surface shape. Use of the sun clock time, lean how to set in a sun survey point using the Marx sun survey positioning device to obtain correct earth to sun alignment. Learn the process and application of Solo Timed Observation (STO) and Simultaneous Observation (SIMO). This site is frequently updated. The updated step by step process is in the information section.
I've been asked this question several times; What would of convinced you the earth is a globe? My answer, if during Operation Resolute Time 2020 the vertical angle measurements to the sun would have stayed at about 41-42 degrees at a mile above sea level during the summer sun season and solstice. But this didn't occur, the opposite happened with readings exceeding 51 degrees.
On the subject of military science some may wonder if military science reveals the earth to be flat wouldn't they just come out and say it? The answer is no, military science supports the civilian government of our time. This is to say that it will not come out and announce "And by the way the earth is flat in case your wondering, next question". Military science recognizes the impact on such a paradigm changing event. Change will come about all in good time. Military science does the *NEXT* best thing it puts heliocentric science in a safe place or in the NON FACTOR Zone. In other words it makes it a "non factor" in any calculations, and is never applied in its science such as firing solutions for weapons systems. Charts and diagrams are shown in some of the manuals but there never applied they are merely window dressing, it's the best and safest thing it can do for now.
One of the toughest questions I ask those who believe in the heliocentric globe model; What is the angle of the observer to the object of reference at the time of observation? And whats the limit with regards to the measured vertical angle to this object?
Completed: Operation Resolute Time 2020 - Kabul Afghanistan from 7 February to 8 August 2020. (81 STO tests performed)
Concluded: Operation North American Sun 21-21 (STO testing from the North American Continent). Began July 25th 2021 to 31 July 22.
Current: Operation North Star using the star Polaris (STO Night Testing)
Using Sun Plot Tables and 45 degree sector FAN (easterly and westerly) coverage. (completed)
Videos on; The SSP explained setting the geometric edge and its importance.
Video on; The difference in maps (digital globe and Gleason's flat earth map), declination explained.
Current Operation; Operation Golden Compass sun azimuths, direction and timing 2023 and their application to the Gleason's Flat earth map. Some initial testing has already begun. Testing of sunsets will be included in this operation which started March 30.
Oak Island North Carolina test conducted on 16-17 May 2023.
Operation Resolute Time 2020 performed in Kabul Afghanistan provided solid evidence of flat earth with 81 tests performed flat earth passed 100% of all testing while the globe model suffers 57 of 81 tests a 70% failure rate.
Updates on the 45 degree sector test have been provided, this is listed in the information section under test requirements section. Verbiage change from prime meridian zone to equatorial plane the suns operation zones within the tropics. Identify 45 degrees in distance for the globe model using latitude and longitude ; distance will be applied against timing which is set at 3 hours in sector. Timing at the OS will verify this.
A task list which will break down each area by specific task is currently in development. This will be in support of the future flat earth educational workshops which will start this year in 2023.
Task SSP-005: Checking Timing at the Sun Survey Point (SSP). Operator will emplace consecutive solar day survey points using the Marx device and compass. This task has 4 actions within the task.
Action 1:Emplace consecutive day sun survey points at the same time during summer sun season and note the difference in distance between consecutive day survey points.
Action 2:Emplace survey points prior to, and during solstices, consecutive day sun survey points should be emplaced to check for direction at the same time for each survey point. Note the distances between survey points as compared to mid-summer sun season. For some days on or near the solstices there may be no difference at the survey point distance
Action 3: Emplacement of survey points after solstices (winter and summer) note the change in survey point directional movement from east to west and west to east.
Action 4: Using the same survey point set the Marx device over the exact survey marker. Ensure device is level and monitor shadow line as it moves to center. Once sun shadow is center-line record time as solar noon. Observer may perform this action on or near the solstices as well and note the timing difference between consecutive day survey points from mid sun seasonal points.
After Action Observation Review: Operator will become familiar with timing at the sun survey point and the difference of survey points from consecutive days during mid-sun season and the solstices (survey marker movement east-west and west-east). Position of the sun survey point equates to timing. Because the vertical angles to the sun exceed the globe model, this is the suns orbital path difference and the reason for timing difference and position of each survey point over a flat terrestrial earth.
Current observations for the winter sun movement at the sun survey point are being conducted as a apart of Operation Golden Compass 23.
In a recent 5 hour conversation via web with a college professor of science what we learned from this conversation and what mainstream science (heliocentric) is missing. And why there are accountability issues with heliocentrism. The meeting was very cordial and he was a very polite and professional host. The professor was provided with a copy of Operation Resolute Time 2020 testing data and 20 pages of information (process and applications) on using the sun prior to the meeting to analyze it. First time I ever heard a college professor say "wow that's a lot" :)).
This is also not to say the Professor is unintelligent, he is indeed an intelligent man. Main stream science has ill prepared them for modern fields of science. Example if your still using sticks and shadows to prove the earth is a sphere your going to end up in trouble. Why on earth in our modern day would you not just measure sun height? Because this exposes the models weakness if you know how to test it. Again, because they were never taught the correct process and applications (timing, surface angle, position and alignment process). And it is why they will struggle (heliocentric science) against modern day military science which is a heavyweight in the field of science.
1. Manual alignment and the sun survey point. (SSP) Did not understand the manual alignment process. Information data was given on ORT 2020 and tried to apply wrong location city center, not the actual location to the exact sun survey point. Kabul being approximately 15-20 miles across. Again major error on location and process, which the professor was using the program sun calc. In our review of topics prior to the meeting the professor conceded the sun survey point. Now I didn't tell him at the time but this is checkmate. If you don't understand positioning with regards to technical measurements such as vertical angle you'll miss the main point. It also identified lack of field experience in this critical area something which is a major problem with heliocentrism. Which basically says the earth is a sphere but doesn't want to account for the surface angle. How ironic.
2. Could not identify the heliocentric models limit for the 45 degree sector test. In other words what measurement (height to sun) exceeds that models limit at distance of 45 degrees. If you don't know your models limit how do you know its valid. Three weeks later he sent me an email acknowledging it is important to know the limit ( I kept pressing this issue with him). Did identify suns size at 1 degree for heliocentric model which is the 45th degree in the 45 degree sector test, and why 46 degrees and above exceeds the globe model limit.
3. Could not identify 45 degree surface distance between sun survey point OS and the suns position in the tropics (using latitude and longitude-this is also surface angle). Would not identify observer angle to the sun based on this distance. *Note* denial isn't a good way to prove your point.
4. Admitted sticks and shadows is an ambiguous test when testing earths true surface shape. He got that one right :)). However still using it as a process in teaching (experiments).
5. Timing, major issues with timing based on location his data given exceeds 45 degree sector in timing or 3 hours. Where is this additional timing coming from? Perhaps a 25 hour clock. The professor lacked field experience, in other words doing actual timing experiments using the sun at an exact position on earth. Where you actually see the suns position change day by day to a designated point on ground, then stay the same on the summer solstice. To actually see this happen is truly amazing.
6. Elevation was another problematic area for the professor, meaning the effects of high elevation on test readings for ORT 2020. The test site was at 5963 feet above sea level meaning measured sun height angles should be MUCH lower because you are higher in elevation to the object or reference the sun. Sun height measurements should have been 40-41-42-43 degree range at best (instead of over 50 degree) due to the test site high elevation, right at a mile above sea level. Earths true surface shape at sea level is the base.
7. Struggles with applied geometry process and applications, again this is a major weakness of modern (heliocentric) science. This lends into the validity of the models orbital mechanics, if the sun is out of position in the sky (to high in the sky at 45 degree sector) your orbital mechanics will fail. This means the earth is not orbiting the sun, but rather the sun is orbiting the earth.
8. And if your unable to do the simple vertical angle computation (surface angle + measured sun height) using the sun this calls into question both process and application within that field of science and the validity of it "knowing the limit".
Operation North American Sun 21 started with the first sun survey point emplaced at 13:01 hours (1:01 pm) eastern standard time. Testing in the North Carolina Sandhills region has started. The first test completed at 16:01 (4:01 pm) the measured sun angle of 52.2 degree has exceeded the globe model by 7.2 degree, while falling within tolerance for the flat earth model. Testing has concluded on 31 July 22, and data is being evaluated. Test data will be available in excel spreadsheet form.
With more testing being conducted confirming vertical angles are out of tolerance for the globe model. June tests exceeding 45 degrees up into the 50 degree range. Additionally the use of two survey points to compare straight magnetic and grid north readings. Grid north being for the globe, and straight magnetic for the flat earth model. June is the optimum month for testing in the northern hemisphere because of the suns location as it nears its maximum northward push to the Tropic of Cancer. It also represents the toughest testing period for the globe with regards to vertical angles (suns height) as the sun is far closer in the northern hemisphere testing site.
The 2022 flatoberfest was another major success, lots of new faces! Congrats to Karen B for all her effort and hard work along with all the others who made the big US conference a very positive event. The flat earth movement continues to grow with more and more people learning about the shape of the place we live on. Look for flat earth workshops to be held this coming year on using the sun hosted by myself also discussions on other topics as well. Some of the FE areas will be covered on using the sun are;
and more to be announced later......
A video on how to use the Gleason's FE map is now available and how to figure solar declination using the timing ring. We must remember that the Gleason's FE map is a sun position map that's why the timing ring was input on the map, understanding how to use it and NOT a compass to figure the suns position is key. Using a compass to measure the suns azimuth on the Gleason's FE map is taking the map out of its design and context. An example of how to use the timing ring and calculate solar declination is provided. Let the timing ring do the work for you :)). The first step is obtaining geometric alignment with earth sun and sky to learn how to watch the sun survey point video.
A video on how to use the Gleason's flat earth map and the 45 degree sector test diagram on the map is shown.
A video on how to use the Gleason's flat earth map solar declination or solar declination angle (SDA) is now provided. An example is given and what it means.
On 1 June initial testing has started on directional azimuths and the suns location when using the Gleason's flat earth map. This testing will continue into 2023 under Operation Golden Compass with the main effort in collecting data and its application when using the Gleason's flat earth map. One of the major test data collection areas will be measuring directional azimuths at the extremes from the observer OS sun survey point (sun-rise and sun-set). Also of major effort will be the suns movement and range in degrees with regards to timing in daytime hours with hourly readings recorded. Other areas to be studied will be the lensing and refraction effect at lower angle readings (directional azimuth) during each sun season and their differences. Lensing and refraction effects could range up to 25 degrees in directional azimuth readings based on atmospheric and weather conditions and initial readings already collected in the summer sun season. More to follow.
Understanding the geometric shape form is an essential first step in the discovery process of how to test and understand each models limit (globe-flat earth). It is how we can now perform a geometric validation (step by step process) of earths true surface shape.
Whether upright or on its side the globe model breakdown by 45 degree sector is the same. This gives us a better understanding on how and why we can test using the 45 degree sector test. The geometric rings of the suns operating range and position can be used to test vertical angle to the object of reference the sun in validating earths surface shape. This model has the earths rotation as it creates the movement of the sun in the sky.
The globe model having eight 45 degree sectors to complete the 360 degree circumference. Testing the 45 degree sectors can now be accomplished by measuring vertical angle to the sun to verify surface shape whether flat or curved.
The flat earth model basic form much simpler and having a major advantage being a flat surface. This means a higher sun height measurement can be obtained over 45 degrees and well above 60 degrees. The suns operating range also shown for this model also having rings of operating area with an orbiting sun over the flat earth.
Test results may support a more oval shaped sun path, this is something we will look more closely at. It may give us more insight and evidence of more terrestrial lands. This is a result of measure azimuths from the OS that are elongated as shown in the diagram. This also supports a flat earth model. The elongated azimuth readings whether easterly or westerly may give evidence of where your located in the oval shaped sun path circuit.
Testing and observations may support the more oval shaped race track sun path which align more with the continental layout on a flat earth.
Once the geometric form is shaped and how the sun is positioned to each models form. The lolli-pop method can be used to understand the WHY the 90 degrees is the limit. Like a lolli-pop on a stick whether upright or on its side for both the flat earth model or globe earth model, 90 degrees is the limit. For the globe model this means the measured sun height 45 degrees + the observer angle to the sun which is at least 45 degrees at three hours prior to and three hours after solar noon. Equates to 45 + 45 = 90. For the flat earth model the observer is at 0 degrees giving a far greater sun height tolerance which exceeds over 60 degrees.
Study of the Winter suns movement shows a far more erratic pattern just after the Winter solstice. This may give more insight as to warmer winter pattern in January also known as the January thaw. The greatest distance measured between two consecutive days were 28-29 January with almost a 2' difference in survey points. This may lend evidence as to the suns path going through a orbital calibration as it does the seasonal change. Will continue to study the winter suns movement and its activity with regards to positioning on ground.
Study of the sun sun survey marker field can tell us many things. The health of the sun primarily, if its marker field is one direction and uniform during one sun season (winter or summer) this is a healthy sun. Uniform meaning distance at the consecutive survey marker points on consecutive days as shown in the diagram above left side. This also tells us the 45 degree sector is in tact because distance is very close right at 2" between survey points. When survey markers are at the exact point on consecutive days this is usually during the solstices , this also means complete orbit and the 45-degree sector is intact. On the right side there is an erratic survey marker field. Meaning markers are going west to east, then east-west back and forth at greater distances 12-15 feet between survey points. This also means greater than 45 degree distances in sector either east or westerly. And it is why we take readings from both directions or two 45-dgree sectors. This can also mean there is an issue with he suns orbital movement or the suns "field integrity" has an issue giving erratic orbital movement OR it maybe going thru a sort of self calibration generally between major sun seasons (winter-summer). Currently the sun survey field is similar to the later example, will continue to monitor this with interest as we come into the summer sun season in the northern hemisphere. During ORT 2020 the sun survey field was as shown on the left side of the diagram above, with uniform movement pattern.
This section was added to give better understanding and insight on each models geometric form. And how we can break it down to test each model and the suns position in each model.
1. How many 45 degree sectors are there in the globe and flat earth model? There are eight 45 degree sectors in each model. Eight x 45 = 360 degrees.
2. What information does testing the 45 degree sector measuring the suns height tell us? Several things, the first surface form whether your measuring from a flat or curved surface. This is because in the 45 degree sector test the sky for the heliocentric model is limited to 45 degrees maximum sun height for that model.
The second it tells us whether the sun is orbiting the earth or the earth is orbiting the sun. This is because the test forms a grid in the sky and the suns position or height in the sky will give us these answers. A high sun test result or over 45 degrees measured sun height means that earths surface is flat and the sun is orbiting over this flat surface. A lower sun height measurement can mean the surface is flat or curved and that the sun may orbit over the spherical earth.
3. How do you know if your 45 degrees to the sun during the test? This is done by using the sun survey point it verifies the observers position to the sun based on timing and sun position. We can tell if a complete orbital rotation has occurred by looking at two consecutive 24 hour survey point markers on the ground. The distance between markers is right at 2". This equates down to a 1/4" per 45 degree sector Understanding the first marker position from the second marker position being east or west of the first marker verifies this. During the solstices there are days where there is no difference or separation between survey points.
4. What is meant by timing failure? This is an on ground survey position which doesn't complete the the orbital path in sector whether you believe the earth is rotation or the sun is orbiting earth. In other words the sun returns to the sun survey point. The sun has 3 hours to clear each 45-degree sector to complete the solar day at 24 hours. For the globe model this is also distance especially longitude in the 45 degree sectors. Timing equates to distance. We can now compare this when looking at the globe model longitude distance in degrees to see how far the globe model is actually off.
5. Will the 1/4" difference on ground in sector make a difference in sun height readings to help the globe model? No tests show using the same survey point over several days yielded no help in passing the globe model, even at 2" difference. We must remember survey points move back and forth between solstices (east-west, west east). The globe model vertical angle is to far out of tolerance. This also is a testament to the heliocentric science communities failure to understand vertical angle measurements and use of the sun in the process to determine surface angle, an error on a grand scale.
6. Does the sun survey point ever stay the same on consecutive days? Yes, on or near the solstices dates even past 2 weeks, there is no or very little change on some days and some consecutive days. Example of this on 5-6 Jan 2023 survey points were exactly the same.
7. The firmament, how high does it go in the flat earth model? The height maybe much closer than 5,000 miles or lower. A lower ceiling would give the effect of a much more limited distance strangely enough while giving the effect of a "greater distance". This would give the illusion of much different sky distance as we look farther out to the horizon line. This simply means a sun would set at distance while still being elevated in the sky, and limit the night time view of constellations.
The 3D version of the 45-degree sector test box clearly shows the 45-degree angles both in distance and sun height measurement. Hence why it’s called “the 45-degree sector test” for these reasons. With the heliocentric sun being 1 degree in size it is at the 45th degree or lower at the time of testing. All higher measured angles (+46 or more) exceed the globe model limit. It is the definitive test in determining earth’s surface shape once you fully understand the process and applications of using the sun. Note the sun position1 and 2 and the 3-hour timing between the sun’s positions from the OS. We must remember that timing is key to answering what we actually see or are presented with not only in testing but how the far globe model is really off. The sun survey marker lets us know the 3 hour mark is correct for the sector when we emplace consecutive day survey points giving a 2" difference on ground which means a 1/4 per sector (is the difference in terrestrial landmass) for 24 hour period (8 sectors). During the solstices some days the consecutive survey points will have no difference at all. And it is why the globe model must be at 45 degrees or more to the observer at the 3 hour mark or fail timing. Once the linear alignment at the sun survey point OS is set the time starts and the clock is running.
The test box worksheet as shown. There are two sun positions 1 and 2. Sun position 1 is alignment at the OS which starts time, and sun position 2 is the 3 hour mark time to measure the suns height at 45 degree distance or more. Note the location of the orienting station (OS), all measured angles and alignment to the sun are from the OS. #1 shows the complete test box worksheet including sun positions, the OS, angle of the observer to the sun is the lower number, with the top number being the measured sun height angle from the observer at the OS. Sun position 1 is solar noon alignment on the line of magnetic at the OS. The observer uses a compass and Marx device to achieve this which is called the sun survey point (SSP). This sets the geometric edge from which to take measurements from both sun height and directional azimuths. #2 this is the timing test which is 3 hours (sun position 2) and at 3 hours measures the suns height from the OS. There are 3 hours in each 45-degree sector for total of 24 hours. This is by far the hardest part of the test for the globe to pass. #3 is the angle of the observer in degrees which is minimum of 45-degrees or more depending on OS location on earth. #4 is the measured height to the sun in degrees from the OS by the observer. #5 is the sum total which is the observer angle + the measured sun height by the observer from the OS. #6 Remember the limit is 90 this is the suns position on earth for both the flat earth and globe model.
The test box worksheet examples. Shown are two examples of the test box worksheet; the first has observer angle at 45-degrees and measured sun height of 42-degrees with total sum of 87 which passes the test. The second example of the test box worksheet has observer angle of 45-degrees and measured height to the sun of 52-degrees for total sum of 97 which fails the test. Remember 90 is the limit. Which means at 45 degrees you can only achieve a reading of 45 degrees in sun height to be within the globe models tolerance (45 + 45 =90). It is also why the heliocentric sun at 1 degree in size is at the 45 degrees or lower.
Manual alignment at the OS to the sun is paramount in setting up to test and measure earths surface shape using the sun. Note the observer position to the sun is at 90 degrees (side and forward view). The use of the Marx device and a compass achieves this correct linear alignment. Performing this act sets the geometric edge. Once this is accomplished test measurements of both easterly and westerly can then be obtained from the OS.
Defining the limit and why a measured sun height if 45 degrees is the limit for the globe model. Note the observer angle at 3 hours and the mark at 45 degrees on the protractor as shown. Its why knowing the sun being at 90 degrees is an important part of understanding the entire process, and why 90 degrees is the limit.
The globe model earths tilt and the 90 degree position (summer sun season). You will note the no tilt when the sun is at the equator what is called the Equinox. The solstice times are when the earths tilt is at maximum in the northern hemisphere at the Tropic of Cancer and in the southern hemisphere at the Tropic of Capricorn. These can be the best times to test the globe model as the sun is at its exact position as well as maximum position during solstices. Any testing during the opposite solstice (winter) must include an additional tilt away angle. At the winter solstice an additional 23.5 degrees must be calculated in. Example 45 + 23.5 = 68.5 now must be added to a sun height measurement from the OS at winter solstice. The math; 90 - 68.5 =21.5 maximum sun height reading. The maximum sun height reading would be 21.5 degrees from the OS at Winter solstice at sea-level.
Identifying your location is a critical step in the entire process and understanding the effects this has on testing. Distance from the suns operation areas withing the tropics has helped camouflage the heliocentric models weakness. The standard for the 45 degree sector test is 45 degrees at distance from all locations on earth. The closer you are to the sun the harder this becomes for the globe model to pass. And it's why it fails at closer distances. Timing is the key element with 3 hours being the *set* time standard for each "45 degree sector," eight sectors in all for a total 24 hours as the sun survey point confirms this with a distance between two sun survey point 24 hour days being only 2" on ground. During the solstice days there is no difference. This accounts for the different angle between days for the heliocentric globe model or suns new orbital path for the flat earth model. And this is why each 45 degree sector only has 3 hours.
Timing within sector is set at 3 hours, this exploits another major fault in the heliocentric models timing, with the sun in each sector having just 3 hours in a total of 8 sectors for 360 degree, 24 hour coverage. Timing must be done by manual setup to accurately validate this at the exact OS position. Use of such programs as sun-calc are designed for the globe model. Sun position in directional azimuths will not be a full spread as measured this is because of refraction and convergence of the projected sun within the firmament but also because the sun path movement may be moving linear away from the observer at that angle into a deeper drift. Example if this would be a westerly azimuth reading of 261 degrees at 3 hours from the OS. The sun is at the end of the 3 hour sector, however because of slower sun movement or sun drifting out farther this is a shallow reading or not at the 270 degree mark. This is verified by the suns 90 degree position to the OS at time of synchronization of (timing and suns directional azimuth) at the survey point. This also is evidence of failures in the globe model timing (not a complete orbital rotation in 3hrs), as a manual process has not been taught within the field of heliocentrism. If it had you would see timing device such as the Marx device along time ago, and not sticks and shadows another major failure of heliocentrism. How to account for 3 hr timing failures, this would affect both easterly and westerly time readings and WHY we do both. however azimuths to the sun must still be measured to verify this.
Whether on the FE or globe model linear manual alignment remains the same within the 45 degree sectors. The observer will test sector 1 which is the westerly sector, and sector 8 which is the easterly sector.
Once solar noon is set by linear manual alignment the clock is ticking for each sector. With a total of eight 45 degree sectors each sector only having 3 hours for 24 hour solar day. Timing also sets the azimuths (easterly and westerly) what is within the limit and what is out of the limit. From this we can distinguish how much the globe model is out of tolerance in sector as shown in the previous slide. This can also tell us how the Globe model may have been restructured from the Gleason's FE map.
The distance difference at the OS survey point in a 24 hour period is the different path the sun takes each 24 hour period form the last one. Or in the heliocentric model this would be the earths tilt difference in 24 hours. This is also why there are only 3 hours in each 45 degree sector with the sun returning to the survey point in the 24 hour period. There are some days at the solstice where there is no difference between consecutive survey points at all.
1. What is solar declination? Also known as solar declination angle (SDA) is a correction factor angle applied the the observable sun at its measured azimuth from where the observer sees it to where the timing ring places based on time places the sun at azimuth. The timing ring on the Gleason's flat earth map must be used to help compute the SDA. The observer must establish solar noon from this observation position *manually*. Example of an SDA would be measured azimuth at 6 am of 70 degrees from the observer position, by timing the suns position should be 45 degrees this results in a negative correction factor of -25 degrees at the designated time of observation. The Gleason's flat earth (FE) map must be used to determine the SDA for each observation.
2. Does the SDA change based on time or different locations? Yes in both cases the observer must utilize the timing ring on the Gleason's FE map for each individual observation to obtain the SDA at the time and location of observation.
3. Why does the sun only have 3 hours in each 45 degree sector? Knowing the distance in each 24 hour period is part of understanding the why. You must first learn the manual process of emplacing the sun survey point to see how it occurs on ground at the sun survey point. This requires setting the geometric edge first by emplacing a suns survey point on ground from which to test and measure sun height and azimuths. The line of magnetic is required as a line of accountability it is a reference line. Without this setup and process, measurements are ambiguous at best.
4. Why doesn't the sun reach a full spread of 90 to 270 degrees in the 3 hour time span? This could be because of two reasons; the first the sun is moving away from the observer at a straighter angle or deeper drift linear from the observer position, meaning the sun is still moving. This is also dependent on how deep the observer is in the 45 degree sector. The second could be because as we view the sun within the firmament we experience refraction and convergence of this celestial object the sun. However the sun is a 90 degree directional azimuth at the time of survey (solar noon) which sets timing and the standard. The fact that we visually see refraction happening is truly amazing when its measured to see how much. Understanding the SDA or solar declination angle (SDA) helps with this understanding why. Observer location is also important how far the sun is from us distance plays a key role in this as well, this is because distance changes observer viewing angles. We also must remember observer position how far in (north or south) the observer is within the sector.
5. Does this refraction occur at vertical angles or just directional azimuths? As far as testing and from military science practices of celestial survey there is a smaller refraction occurrence at vertical angles, less than 1/3 degree. However military science has been setup on the globe model with sun-tables synchronized to the globe grid reference system. Where as directional azimuths experience upward of 25 degrees refraction. Use and understanding how the Gleason's flat earth map is required.
6. What makes the Gleason's Flat Earth map scientifically and practically correct as it is as it states on the map? It is the alignment of solar noon or the suns 90 degree position on earth at every single location from the suns operating areas within the tropics. The sun is 90 degrees to a person, place, or thing, every second, of every minute, of every day, of every year on earth.
Understanding how to do the manual alignment process is key.
7. Is the solar declination angle a sign of intelligent design? It most certainly is, and probably why you'll hear in some circles that refraction (for directional azimuths) is only so much (a lot less than what it really is 25 degrees or more in some cases). I would label it as the "Hallmark" of intelligent design. It is part of the why in the famous quote from the bible; Psalms 19:1 "And the firmament sheweth his handywork".
Testing on both sides of the terrestrial earth using the sun reveal earths surface as flat. Test conducted in Kabul, Afghanistan and in North Carolina, United States. Tests in Kabul being the most significant because test elevation was at 5,963' (right at a mile) above sea level which should have yielded far lower measured sun height (42-43 degrees) but did not, the opposite occurred with measured sun height over 50 degrees.
How to emplace and set up the sun survey point using the Marx device, compass and watch. This example shows using grid north for the globe model. If we are testing the flat earth model Gleason's map we want to use straight magnetic north. Understanding the three north's (true, grid, and magnetic) and the differences is important.
How to use the 45 degree sector test diagram on the Gleason's flat earth map. This map is an excellent training tool to identify how the 45 degree sector test works.
With the variance in the northern magnetic field, this allows for expansion of the globe model mapping. The difference between the Gleason's flat earth map and the globe. This also identifies the 25 hour clock which is used by heliocentrism and the 15 degree difference = that additional hour.
This video shows the manual process how to figure solar declination using the timing ring and a compass when measuring directional azimuths to the sun. The observer will now be able to see how the actual refraction and convergence occurs when performing this process as shown. This is why the purpose of the timing ring and how solar declination occurs and in understanding how this map actually works when measuring directional azimuths to the sun.
The firmament low sky facilitates or assists in limited viewing or lensing of our sun in the daytime sky. Meaning as the above example if the observer is at position 1 they will first see the sun at azimuth of 70 degrees. This sun however is at an actual 45 degrees from position 1 (must use the Gleason's FE map timing ring). The lensing effect of the firmament low sky creates this visual effect. The difference in azimuths is 25 degrees from position 1. The sun at position 2 is in a solar noon to position 1 but is to far out to be seen at 45 degrees from position 1, The sun is however visible at 70 degrees or a side view. within the firmament from position 1. A video will be made to show exactly how this works. The example diagram above show more or less a flat surface face to the firmament which is layered and maybe several miles thick. This barrier may consist of several elements to include water and a more rigid barrier beyond.
1. Is the SDA used for the globe model? It should have been originally, however magnetic declination was used instead because the globe middle earth had been "stretched" beyond what we actually live on so a correction factor is required to account for this its called magnetic declination. The other main factor being in the south being shrunk down when it was actually the most largest area. This created huge navigational issues when going south this can be found in some of the old ship log journals. As navigation using the glove model was off by over 12 -16 degrees.
2. I don't understand magnetic declination how does it work and why is the map (globe) different? Military Science has an easy way of breaking it down they taught it in basic training long ago. There are three north's, TRUE North, GRID North, and MAGNETIC North. Magnetic north is what YOU actually navigate on by use of compass whether mounted or dismounted navigation. Grid north is actually Globe North or the MAP you use to navigate. When reading and navigating military science uses this simple method; Grid=General in rank, Magnetic=Major in rank. When going from General to Major in rank you subtract the GM angle. When going from Major to General you ADD the GM angle. The GM angle is tied to compass declination. What does this all mean? Simple when your looking at a map your looking at an enlarged area or expanded beyond what your actually on so to do actual navigation or when you use the compass you shrink it down to actual size, subtract the GM angle; (this is why you get easterly and westerly +/- numbers in declination). General to Major is demotion so take away the GM angle, Major to General is promotion so ADD the GM angle. On the CLEVER scale this tops out at 100! Some expert navigators would miss this trying to over think it :)). The SDA is for use with the FE Gleason's Map.
3. Why with a low sky would it limit our visibility of the sun? Visual perspective, (the viewing angle) in other words your location to the sun at distance will effect how you actually see it. The beauty and intelligent design work of the creator within the sky we view both day and night holds many wonders some we may never figure out, the ambiance and beauty of it all, those are the great mysteries of the creation works.
4. On the diagram you show more or less a flat surface face of the sky and the sun about the same width is this accurate? This diagram is to depict how the sun would fit in a low flat surfaced sky, the firmament maybe much much thicker maybe several hundred miles in layered thickness. The FE model sun is about 50 miles in diameter.
5. Would the SDA change daily or by position of the observer? Yes it would.
The test box work sheets are used to compute the recorded data from measured sun angle experiments. Each model is shown in this section as well as the simple math computation addition and subtraction required. The "Test Box Work Sheet" globe model is simple. Take the observer angle + measured sun height angle and (ADD them together) for the sum total. This number cannot exceed 90. This is because the sun is at 90 degrees in the tropics (summer sun season). Numbers exceeding 90 exceed that models limit for both the globe and and flat earth models. Example; Surface angle 45 + Measured sun height angle 50 = 95. This exceeds the model by 5 degrees. This is because you are now 5 degrees beyond line of parallel to the sun (over the top of the sun). This is obtained through a right triangle calculation. See right triangle calculation examples below for step by step instruction and data entry.
The "Test Box Work Sheet" FE model is simple. Take the observer angle + measured sun height angle and (ADD them together) for the sum total. The FE model differs as the surface angle is 0. This model has a major advantage because of the zero degree surface angle. This models limit also cannot exceed 90. Numbers exceeding 90 exceed this models limit as in the globe model. Example; Surface angle 0 + Measured sun height angle 50 = 50. This is well within the models limit. For the FE model limit to be exceeded the observer would have to measure a *back angle* to the sun which exceeds the line of parallel for this model.
The "Test Box Work Sheet" data as shown. Simple math calculations and then subtraction from the sun at 90 degrees. Its why there is a 90 degree limit which is the sun at 90 degrees in the tropics. Any numeric number greater than 90 as a result of the sum exceeds both models limit or line of parallel. Numeric numbers 90 and below are within each models limit. In the example shown the limit is exceeded by 5 degrees this number is angle a< =5 in the right triangle calculation. But to keep it purely simple any number exceeding 90 exceeds both models limits.
The "45 Degree Sector Test Box" 3-D version defined. At a distance of 45 degrees in 3 hours the suns height is measured from the OS. Alignment at the OS starts the time from sun position #1. Then at sun position #2 the suns height is measured. Whether you believe your on a sphere or flat surface the models limit will be checked against the result to determine this. In some cases the observer maybe more than 45 degrees in distance from the sun. The observer must be cognizant of their location and the suns location in the tropic on the equatorial plane. The two main test areas are a). sun height (vertical angle), and b). timing.
Alignment at the OS is the first step. The observer must emplace a sun survey point (manual alignment). Sun height or vertical angle of the sun at 3 hours is measured from the OS. Line of parallel or the "limit" occurs at 90 degree. The observer must add the measured suns height plus the observer angle 45 degrees to the sun. Example measured sun height 45 degree plus observer angle 45 degrees (45 + 45 = 90) This reading of 45 degree is within the models limit of line of parallel. The sum total cannot exceed 90 degrees for both models (flat earth and globe). At a measured sun height of 46 degrees or more for the globe model you are no longer on the sun, in other words the suns measured height goes over the top of the sun or exceeds the globe model.
Distance between the sun and OS is obtained from measuring latitude and longitude between the OS and sun in the equatorial plane. This is called a sun plot. Distance in latitude and longitude also denote surface angle for the globe model. This must be accounted for as the observer angle to the sun.
The suns height in our daytime sky will tell us earths true surface shape, understanding the 45 degree sector test is the key to this answer. Each angle within the 45 degree sector is identified in the diagram. We must understand that the position of the OS as it increases in distance from the suns equatorial plane or suns primary operating area the effects on measured height to the sun. Any increase in this distance using the globe model will result in increased curvature angle in *ALL* directions (for spherical objects). Curvature not only runs east and west but also north and south (globe model). For the flat earth model OS increased distance will result in lower measured sun angles or sun height. The OS is located along the line of magnetic and can be anywhere along this line as long as the sun is able to be observed to measure its height. The sun survey point is located at the OS. Of important note that the observer at the 3 hour mark will *traverse* onto the sun from the OS sun survey point to make the measured vertical angle (suns height) at the time of observation. In military science this is what is called a "Graphic Traverse" in survey operations. Where the observer is traversing onto the object of reference (the sun). In this act the sun becomes the "end of the orienting line" (EOL). This is established from the line of magnetic using the suns alignment with the observer using a compass and the Marx device.
The 45 degree sector test 3D version for the globe model. Of key notes the 45 degree sector is set by the east to west distance of the sun in sector from the line of magnetic at the sun survey point, known as survey control point, (SCP)). The suns operating zone the "Equatorial Plane" as shown. Sun angle measurements are made across the 45 degree sector measuring the suns height or elevation at the Orienting Station (OS) which is along the line of magnetic. A Marx Device is used along with a compass to emplace the survey control point. This creates accountability as well as uses timing within the process and application. The 45 degree sector in green on this diagram is north of the equatorial plane, however this can be more linear, northerly or southerly depending on the location of the OS. For the globe model the observer at 3hrs is oriented already at 45 degree to the sun which only leaves 45 degree of measured height to the sun or line of parallel. This is the globe models limit at the 3 hour mark. Any measured height angles above 45 degree puts the globe model into geometric failure. This is based on the heliocentric models sun size at said distance. This can be checked using a range fan (the measured angle exceeding 45 degree) example 1 degree or 46 degree measured angle height to the sun at distance equals 1,638,664 miles. This exceeds the suns actual size and radius. We must remember we are measuring sun center mass in the line of sight at its height.
Additional diagrams and information regarding the 45 degree sector test. Note the location of the OS along the line of magnetic, this is the observer position, this position maybe anywhere along the line of magnetic as long as the observer is able to see the sun. Understanding the farther north or south the observer is from the equatorial plane or band the lower measured sun angles will be this is because based on distance and the increased angle exceeding 45 degree (globe model). The equatorial plane or belt is the suns primary operating zone at which the sun is 90 degree contact point whether you believe the earth is spinning as in the globe model or orbiting the surface of the flat earth. Exceeding the line of parallel happens when the observer measures 46 degree or more in height to the sun. This is because you have now exceeded the suns *said* size at *said* distance in the heliocentric model. The heliocentric model actually works against itself in the aspect (farther distances) unfortunately for that model. Another key essential understanding of why a survey control point is used it *pins* the observer to that position. Meaning the observers line of sight is always center mass to the object (sun) when measured as they traverse onto the sun to measure its height. At 46 degree or more this pulls the observer off the sun at distance and its size. This is verified using a geometric range fan. Range fans are heavily used in the field of military science gunnery with regards to live fire weapons impact areas. They are geometric diagrams used to determine safe and accurate impact of rounds into a designated impact area, this in the process and application is (accountability).
The flat earth model 45 degree sector flat earth model diagram as shown. It is much more simple because of the flat surface. All measure angles to the sun are effect by observer distance to the sun. The farther we are from the sun the lower sun angle will be, and the closer we are to the sun the higher sun angle will be. It really doesn't get much more simple than that. Other effects will be the observers altitude. Increased altitude will decrease measured sun angle, and lower altitude will increase measured sun angle. The flat earth model has a major advantage in this test this is because it has a greater "range" of measured angle (vertical angle) to the sun. Where the globe model only has 45 degrees at the 3 hour mark, the flat earth model far exceeds this exceeding 80 degree of allowable measure angle to the sun. This is also because the sun in the flat earth model is much smaller in size. Current estimates of the suns size somewhere in the 50-70 mile range. This is still being formulated and studied.
The 90 degree sun position as shown in the diagram for the globe model. When testing/measuring sun height (vertical angle) we must understand the suns position for the globe model and in its respective sun season. In the respective Summer sun seasons and when the sun is at the Equator as shown in the (green sphere) the sun is at 90 degrees (vertical) for the globe model in both hemispheres (the only time). The suns position and earths tilt in its season identifies the maximum measured height angle to the sun for this model at 45 degrees for the 45 degree sector test because the observer is at 45 degree surface angle to the sun at the time of measuring the suns height (vertical angle). The sum must then be calculated which is 45 degree surface angle + 45 degree measured height = 90 degrees (maximum limit). The earth for the globe model must tilt to be in compliance of 90 degree for its respective season. The off axis tile is also identified in this diagram which is more or less the Winter season in respective hemisphere. Because of this "off axis tilt" off 90 degree alignment occurs in the opposite hemisphere (Winter season). To account for this off axis tilt a *correction factor* based on the suns position either north or south of the equator (for tests in winter sun season) will be required, When the sun is at the equator no correction factor will be required.
Understanding "Line of Parallel" the globe models limit. When testing the globe model we must understand its limit with regards to the suns height in the 45 degree sector test. We must also remember that observer line of sight (LOS) is center mass to the sun. The observer measured vertical angle (height) of 45 degrees at 3 hours along with the angle of the observer now sets the combined sum (measured angle + observer angle) at 90 degrees or line of parallel with the sun which is at 90 degrees. You now have two lines in parallel. Any measured angle by the observer exceeding line of parallel +46 degree or more exceeds this models limit when we apply it against the heliocentric model's said sun distance at the suns said size. . This model then goes into geometric failure. We can check this using a right triangle calculation (range fan). See the "Range Fan" data slide in this section. Measuring the suns height will give us the answer.
The "Range Fan" Right Triangle calculation as shown. This range fan data is from Operation Resolute Time 2020. Line of parallel was exceeded by 6.6 degrees. Using the heliocentric models said suns distance at the time of measurement. The heliocentric models sun distance varies from 91 to 94 million miles depending on the sun season. The fans distance for this data result is over 10 million miles. This results in severe geometric failure for the globe model because you are now off observer sun alignment line of sight (LOS) center mass to the sun. Based on the suns said size information. Range fans are heavily used in military science gunnery live weapons ranges for both direct and indirect fire determining range safety impact for different types of munitions/rounds.
The "Tilt" angle correction factor (globe model) applied on the summer/winter solstice days sun angle is measured in their respective hemispheres as shown. This tilt angle away from the 90 degrees (winter sun season) is now applied (accounted for) when measuring vertical angles (sun height) from the OS. The example shown is 23.5 degree or maximum tilt angle. The maximum sun height on this day would be 21.5 degrees as shown in the test box. For each day prior and after this number will change with respective tilt in degree.
Observer angle is probably the most difficult for many to understand when I mention at 3 hours on the globe model. You the observer are at 45 degrees to the object of reference the sun. This is sun position time synchronized with clock time at the sun survey point at the first reading (Westerly). The last reading will be Easterly the next day at 3 hours prior to sun survey time. This can be verified as accurate by checking the distance between sun survey points in consecutive days using the same clock time which should move the sun survey point 6-12 inches apart for good survey. Of additional importance is the north to south angle of the observer as well, if the observer is in deep distance wise in the 45 degree sector this angle could exceed 45 degrees. A correction factor for this is being developed. This would give lower sun angle at the OS. We must remember sector distance is set at the suns east to west operating area within the equatorial plane (belt) for the globe and flat earth models. To understand observer angle and line of parallel better try this "Hand and Arm Pointer Practical Exercise" at home. Take an object your able to hold in your hand this would represent the sun. Hold it straight above your head with arm extended upward 90 degrees. Now with your other hand elevate it up half way to the object at 45 degrees, this is the observer angle you the observer are now at. Now the last 45 degrees raise your hand to point at the object in your other hand overhead (this is the measured angle) you are now at line of parallel or the limit of the globe model (pointing at the object *sun*). Any measured angle (46 degrees or more) beyond that exceeds that models limit and points away from the sun. It really doesn't get much simpler than that :)).
The updated 45 degree sector test a little more three D version. In listening to the flat earth community with regards to the older diagram, members were asking questions with regards to the diagram, hopefully this helps out and thanks to all the those with input as well. Noted changes the Winter/Summer Solstice *correction factor*. This accounts for off axis tilt for the globe model. An additional correction factor will be required for *depth* (North - South) of the OS along the line of magnetic. This is still being developed. To understand observer angle and line of parallel better try this "Hand and Arm Pointer Practical Exercise" at home. Take an object your able to hold in your hand this would represent the sun. Hold it straight above your head with arm extended upward 90 degrees. Now with your other hand (as a pointer) elevate it up half way to the object at 45 degrees, this is the observer angle you the observer are now at. Now the last 45 degrees raise your hand to point at the object in your other hand overhead (this is the measured angle) you are now at line of parallel or the limit of the globe model (pointing at the object *sun*). Any measured angle (46 degrees or more) beyond that exceeds that models limit and points away from the sun. It really doesn't get much simpler than that :)).
1. Why use 3 hours as a set time with regards to the test? This is because both models are broken down in to sectors. This is based on a solar day and using "sun position time" at the emplaced sun survey point. The globe having eight 45 degree sectors as well as the flat earth model giving full 360 degree. This equates to eight 3 hour sectors encompassing the model. This is verified by the survey control point using the sun at the OS. The sectors can then be tested with regards to surface angle based on sun position in the sky at 3hrs. Again we must understand OS location as well. Additionally if the earth is not a perfect sphere this will work against that model as angles become more severe. Currently two sectors within the globe model have failed geometrically, one in Southwest Asia and one in the North American Continent.
2. In looking at your diagram wouldn't the OS be more than 45 degrees if located outside the equatorial plain? You are correct, and this would be an additional correction factor, which is still being worked out. However the suns height is soo far off in vertical height for the globe model when physically measured in the summer sun season it is mute point really. This would however affect more northerly or southerly OS positions say like from Canada in the northern hemisphere or New Zealand in the Southern hemisphere, where a correction factor of say 8 to 12 degrees or more maybe required. I don't understand why the 90 degrees is important? It is critically important for various reasons, first with regards in being linear in other words we want to be in alignment with the sun at the OS, meaning straight on alignment out from the OS. A compass is used to create this line along with the Marx Device. We then have correct observer to earth to sun alignment. This sets the geometric edge from where we will make a measurement in height to the sun at 3 hours. This means the measurement is not ambiguous, it creates accountability within the process and application. Think of it more or less as placing a L between you and the sun at the set time both lines are at 90 degrees. Secondly the 90 degree mark is the limit for both models meaning from the OS a measured height reading combined with the observers angle to the sun cannot exceed 90 degrees. Once the sum total (measured height to sun and surface angle) exceed 90 degree (line of parallel) that model goes into "geometric failure." This is also why the *test box* diagram as two numbers in each test box for the appropriate model they are that models limit.
4. Is the sun always 90 degrees in the equatorial plain? Yes its the contact point to the earth as in the globe model as it spins or in the flat earth model as the sun orbits over the surface.
5. What about earths axis tilt does it effect the test? Tilt is actually required to get the sun at 90 degrees "within" the equatorial plane or the *belt* which encompasses the globe model. So, yes its required for that model to actually work for the sun to be at 90 degrees and its maximum height for the globe model. However the sector distance is set by the east to west distance in timing at the OS. The observer then traverses onto the sun at the OS and measures sun angle or elevation across the 45 degree sector at 3 hours. Now the Winter testing "tilt away angle" will require a major correction factor for Winter readings, this is something that will be required to be developed in the future. This could effect Winter test readings by up to 20 degrees or more based on observer location.
6. Timing, what is meant by "sun position time"? This is the suns position to the observer at the OS. For each 24 hour solar day the sun can be marked (emplace survey marker) using a compass and a Marx device. The 24 hour solar day can then be segmented based on sun position for each models size. The sun is truly an amazing celestial body learning how to use it as military science does is a higher knowledge process.
7. Whats the hardest part in understanding the 45 degree sector test? Observer angle, it really throws people off, especially using the globe model. Easiest way to understand this is what I call the "Hand and Arm Pointer Practical Exercise" at home. Take an object your able to hold in your hand this would represent the sun. Hold it straight above your head with arm extended upward 90 degrees. Now with your other hand (as a pointer) elevate it up half way to the object at 45 degrees, this is the observer angle you the observer are now at. Now the last 45 degrees raise your hand to point at the object in your other hand overhead (this is the measured angle) you are now at line of parallel or the limit of the globe model (pointing at the object *sun*). Any measured angle (46 degrees or more) beyond that exceeds that models limit.
8. What do the test results mean or tell us? The information identifies major issues within the heliocentric model. The first being the suns size at said distance. This is identified by the very large distance fan "spread". It also identifies the surface angle is incorrect. So it s a multitude of failures which combine for the large range fan spread in distance. This occurs from the vertical angle measurement (height) to the sun within the test range (45 degree sector). If the heliocentric model where to be close then measurements would have been in the low 40s even into the 30s in degree during Operation Resolute Time 2020. This is because of the distance and effect of high altitude, but this did not occur in fact the opposite where sun angle readings were in the low 50s. If the sun measurements would of remained low even in the summer sun season it would have convinced me that curvature did exist. The range fan for the heliocentric model would then work as it does not exceed line of parallel. However test results showed different in providing more solid evidence of flat earth. We must also remember that each model must past the test not just in specific locations but all all locations, and the testing should be nearest to the surface of the earth for accuracy.
ORT findings for the 4th of July 2020 for the *Globe Model* with a westerly measured sun height of 48.3 degree and easterly measured sun height of 50.1. The 45 degree sector FAN as shown for 4th of July 2020. As I continue to work through some of the FAN (measured azimuths to the sun) information from this 6 month operation provides some interesting information on the 45 degree sector FAN data. With the suns position just on the inside of the Tropic of Cancer in the first week of July. The test box changes based on observer position location to the tropics. This is due to location of the landmass and survey point closer to the tropics in one direction but farther in another direction. These are significant for both easterly and westerly readings. This is the case for the ORT 2020 test box. The test box is closer in its fan to the tropic of Cancer in the west (FAN) the surface angle is now 35 degree which gives a higher tolerance for measured angles for westerly readings. But at 35 degrees is a timing failure of 10 degrees (short) at 3 hours. The easterly test box is the opposite, the eastern FAN is farther in distance. This is more significant with the observer angle now being at 55 degrees to the sun. This results in the easterly readings far more out of tolerance and closer to 15 degrees which is what was expected for testing in the tropics. Result being massive geometric failure for the globe model. This also represents a timing failure as well of 10 degrees (longer) at 3 hours. Updates for this slide are now posed. Further case study on the 45 degree sector test for ORT show timing failures for the globe mode. What does this mean? For the globe model it means the earths orbital rotation is uneven within the sectors, with some being longer others being shorter, hence one sector being 55 degree (longer) and other sectors short (35 degrees at the three hour timing mark. Result being timing failures for the globe model, this difference in sectors would result in an faster orbit in sector then slower in the next sector. Imagine the metric tonnage of earth trying to speed up and slow down while rotating all in every 45 degree sector. Will continue to update more information as I investigate and process more of the FAN data. Again another reason for measuring both easterly and westerly and its significant importance. Reading times (measurements of sun height) were 0900 hours with azimuth 1580 mils (88.7 degrees) for easterly and 1500 hours with azimuth 4600 mils (258.4 degrees) for westerly. This also gives information on places where the 45 degree sector test maybe too close in location to the suns operating area (tropics) at an angle where the test boxes are far below 45 degree. Something to be cognizant of in future testing. With the adjustments to the test box all readings and measurements for the *Flat Earth Model* are well within tolerance. Google earth Pro map used.
Initial assessment and tests. Understanding the 45 degree sector timing failures and what they really mean when we look at the globe and flat earth models. A lot going on in this slide, the 45 degree sector with GREEN lines representing sectors with timing issues which means adjacent sectors will also have timing issues. This means the sun or orbital earth rotation of earth will have to go faster or slower in rotation in these 45 degree sectors. This creates a huge timing issue for the globe it means the globe has to physically speed up or slow down in 3 hour periods all while spinning at 1000 miles an hour at the equator. The GREEN lines indicate sector issues either longer or shorter sun in sector timing (3-hours). This is done by comparing measured azimuths to the sun on the globe model at 3 hours and comparing the (sun plot). The difference between the two (3 hours and sun plot). You can see how this represents a major problem with timing for the globe. It would be like trying to stop a speeding locomotive train on a dime and then telling it to speed up into the next sector. This back and forth act speeding up and slowing down creates major issue with the orbital rotation of earth in the globe model. Will continue to monitor and do timing testing into this year. Initial reports look to have the globe model with only 2 out of 8 sectors with normal timing. As for the flat earth model with the sun being a projected object orbiting the flat earth its speed can be adjusted in sector. This could facilitate climate control based on the suns time in sector. The major issue in timing for the globe is that the earths orbital rotation would have to increase, decrease, and stay the same in some sectors doing all of this in a 24 hour period because the the orbital rotation or suns movement can be tracked at the sun survey point only being approximately 2" in difference in a 24 hour period.
There are two main elements to timing, the first is the timing on the sun survey point. The second is the timing of east and west azimuths within the 45 degree sector fan. The sun survey point markers (stakes) shown above. Of importance are the sun survey marker and its 24 hour difference, something of interest to many as well as myself. These markers were from 18 and 19 January 2022. The distance being 2 inches form a 24 hour period shows the importance of the Marx device along with a compass and its accuracy when emplacing the sun survey point. This is also an indicator of excellent timing at the sun survey point. Something I am looking to do in the future using tracking board for daily changes and marks during each sun season. This data will be of great importance for future use.
The second part of timing has to do with the azimuths (east/west) within the 45 degree sector fan area. Directional timing is based off of the observers OS position to the suns operating range within the tropics. Timing and synchronization with the directional azimuths at the OS is a important factor the observer must be aware of. Easterly readings should be near 90 degrees and 270 degrees for westerly readings. This however may not occur due to several factors, refraction or convergence of the sun as its measured within the firmament. Also the OS position location in relation to the suns operating zone. This means your measured azimuths will reflect this. Example; a westerly reading azimuth of 258 degrees at the 3 hour mark. This also has to do with the sun moving at that azimuth or linear away from the observer and the sun making a deeper path along that directional azimuth . Timing must be adhered to, and can tell us how far off the globe models timing really is. This can be achieved by orienting the OS at these respective headings *prior* to the 3-hour mark 90 degrees for easterly reading and 270 westerly. The observer should mark time and sun alignment. This can be verified by performing a *sun plot* from the OS to the suns location within the tropics. This difference must be measured to be "known". Again the sun plot is checking the globe models accuracy within the 45 degree sector. By this act we can tell how far the globe model was expanded and see it based on 3-hour timing in sector.
As data is analyzed and reviewed, some notable differences in maps such as Google earth pro, ArGIS, azimuth equidistant and Gleason's 1892 maps. If the google earth pro mapping (globe model map) is used, distances seem to increase vs the Gleason's 1892 (FE model) map. Noticeable differences of close to 15 - 18 degrees. This also explains the heliocentric 25 hour clock, in other words the suns movement at 15 degrees an hour equates to this model using 25 hours and not 24 hours. Something I will continue to look at as it applies to test data. In initial assessments the Gleason's 1892 map looks to be more accurate with distances and directional orientation (azimuths) with the sun.
Knowing the information requirements is the first step. All measurements are from the Orienting Station (OS).
The model limits for both flat earth and globe model forward vertical angle (sun height) measurements. As shown the globe model is far more restrictive and limited due to its surface angle. Surface angle makes the BIG difference. Some examples shown for the globe model (line of parallel-exceeding line of parallel-within line of parallel). Line of parallel can not be achieved for the flat earth model unless the observer were to be located inside the tropics and positioned to a "back angle" to the sun. The sun being 1 degree at approximately 3000 miles from the flat earth (52 miles in size).
Exceeding the line of parallel for the flat earth model is simple. The observer would have to be located in the tropics to a back angle to the sun. This is because for the flat earth model the sun is much smaller at approximately 52 miles in size at 3000 miles from earth. This equates to 1 degree in measured size at distance. All measured *forward* angle measurements are based on location to sun, distance, elevation, and suns location in the tropics.
Identifying surface angle when using the globe model for many can be overlooked. It is however a very important factor if we are to believe this model is valid. The above example shows a surface angle of 40 degrees. Each box or latitude and longitude square shown represents 10 degree each in surface angle. Surface angle not only runs from east and west, but also north and south. This angle must be accounted for when making any measurements of the suns height at distance. Surface angle is identified in the "test box" worksheet as the bottom number. For digital representations of the globe model latitude and longitude boxes can be made larger or smaller based on the viewer distance when panning in or out.
Now from the same example used in determining surface angle using latitude and longitude we can now do a "sun plot" based on the suns determined location in the tropics from the observer.based on the sun season. In the same example the surface angle for this sun plot has a surface angle of 40 degrees, and a measured directional azimuth from the observer to the sun of 88 degrees. Note the observer position to the sun and its location. Again this example is for a observer who is located within the tropics. The sun plot is determined by the measured directional azimuths to the suns position in the tropics both easterly and westerly by the observer at the time of measuring the suns height. The best times for this are when the sun is the equinox or solstice times. However other times can be used.
The "Sun Plot" 45 degree sector range fan as shown. You will note the azimuths from the OS to the suns location in the tropics (Equator to Tropic of Cancer). The fans azimuths should be 45 degree in distance from the OS at the directional azimuth headings to ensure timing is synchronized with distance. A sun fan plot should be constructed prior to testing to ensure timing and azimuths along with the suns location meet the 45 degree sector distances from the OS. You will also note the 23 degree differences in the measured azimuth ranges from the OS. This ensures proper coverage of the fan this is because the distance between the equator and tropic of cancer is 23.5 degree. The observer may not always have a perfect easterly or westerly heading, this is based on the OS location to the tropics. The fan should resemble a "Bow Tie" form as shown. The sun will spend around 182.5 days each side of the equator with 91 days in one direction then 91 days back, this equates down to .25 degree azimuth heading difference a day.
Using the test box worksheet as shown above can be used to determine sun height measurements as well as surface angle data by the observer. Example above is a surface angle of 45 degrees and a measured sun height of 45 degrees this would represent a pass in the test using the sun. The other example given is is a surface angle of 45 degrees and sun height reading of 50 degrees which represents a failure for the globe model using the sun. We must remember that line of parallel is the limit for the globe model. The first line being the sun at 90 degrees, and the second line in the line of parallel is the sum of the surface and and measured sun height with 90 degrees being the maximum number. Any sum value exceeding 90 degrees puts the globe model into geometric failure or exceeds the line of parallel.
Using the test box worksheet as shown above can be used to determine sun height measurements as well as surface angle data by the observer. Example above is a surface angle of 45 degrees and a measured sun height of 45 degrees this would represent a pass in the test using the sun. The other example given is is a surface angle of 45 degrees and sun height reading of 50 degrees which represents a failure for the globe model using the sun. We must remember that line of parallel is the limit for the globe model. The first line being the sun at 90 degrees, and the second line in the line of parallel is the sum of the surface and and measured sun height with 90 degrees being the maximum number. Any sum value exceeding 90 degrees puts the globe model into geometric failure or exceeds the line of parallel.
Examples of the "Test Box Worksheet" as shown for both within the line of parallel and exceeding line of parallel or the globe models limit. Note the sum readings for each example which are; observer surface angle and measured sun height.
Examples of the "Sun Plot Grid Azimuth Table" as shown for an OS. The sun plot grid azimuth tables give the observer a relevant directional azimuth to the sun at a specified date of observation. It must be remembered that each 24 hour period a new sun survey point maybe emplaced by the observer for more accuracy. Each new survey point will affect the sun plot azimuths each day a new survey point is emplaced however this affect is very minimal and the sun plot tables area guide for the observer. Each 24 hour day the directional azimuth changes approximately 1/4 of a degree. The observer should review the OS position each planned observation day to ensure the *FAN* 45 degree coverage from the OS is obtained. The best time to construct a sun plot table are the known or approximate dates of the equinox or solstice dates. From these dates the suns position can be accurately plotted by each day within the suns operating zones the tropics. The observer must then convert the grid azimuths to magnetic azimuths based on the OS location to orient the OS platform on magnetic azimuth (easterly or westerly) direction and record the suns height. Allowing the sun to move into the observers view at the time of observation.
The solid foundational processes and applications in the development within using the sun, military science and geometry are shown in the diagram. Understanding the process and application requires some study, it is a higher developed knowledge. The processes and applications are layered and interlocking within the entire system. It is why the sun, military science and geometry are the foundational base and can be used to determine earths true surface shape. Understanding the 9 step geometric validation process (explained in the information section) encompasses all the foundational work. Do you the individual need to know all this information? Certainly not, it took me the better part of 35 years to understand all of this and 4 years to put this all together. What you will see on this website are the more simplified applications and processes gained from my experience and using this foundational work to develop the process using the sun. Understanding the use of the sun is the real answer. Welcome to the science of flat earth.
Heliocentrism is in decline as more and more information, testing and experiments are conducted providing solid evidences against "heliocentrism" are brought to light. It is living on borrowed time. despite the billions of dollar's poured into this model to keep it afloat. And when it does collapse, it will come sudden as the wind to ones face in a storm. And if you don't know it yet, there is a storm raging, and there will be those who will go down with that heliocentric ship in the storm. They are the casualties of heliocentrism. Don't be THAT casualty, join us! The flat earth community welcomes you. Share "your experience", help us build a better world and understanding for all. I understand that people can be put in a very difficult situation based on biases, beliefs and ostracized within their field of study or work. Taking that first step can be a daunting barrier. For those that are in this position we have "compassion" for you and understand it takes time. Just know that having the courage to do it, opens up a whole new world for you. We will be waiting for you when you do decide to come into the light :)).
The globe model suffers geometric failure in its first night test conducted near Bismark North Dakota. Corey taking a angular measurement to the North star (Polaris) near Bismark, North Dakota on 7 October 2021. The North star is advertised as being right around 44 million miles (22 million mile radius) in size. Position of this OS was at latitude 46 degrees giving the globe model 44 degrees to line of parallel. Time measurement was taken was 00:32 am, elevation at the OS was 1708 feet. OS station height was .5 meter (half meter). The reading from this station was 47.2 degrees which exceeds the globe models tolerance or line of parallel by 3.2 degrees. or in miles terms 334,929,029,958 miles off line of survey (grid magnetic North). With the north star at around 6 trillion (twelve 0's) miles or in some reports as near to 3 trillion miles. This measurement falls well within the flat earths model tolerance. Operation North Star will continue with more readings coming in from different locations.
Test data for Operation North Star's first test near Bismark North Dakota. It is important to remember elevation in testing and its effect. The higher in elevation the OS is the lower the measured angle reading will be. In determining earth's true surface shape for the globe model to be valid, sea level is closest to the geometric true shape (form) of that model. If the globe model is failing at higher elevations in testing this is of major significance because it only gets worse as elevation decreases for that model. Additionally location of testing the globe model will require it to pass testing from ALL locations not just specific ones for it to be valid. The flat earth model has passed its first night time geometric test using the North Star (Polaris).
The Flatoberfest 2021 flat earth festival was another great flat earth conference event. Held in Spartanburg, South Carolina on 23/24 October. Guest speaker Corey presents Flat Earth INTEL.
A special thanks to Karen B for all her hard work to make the festival event a major success!
Using the sun to determine earth's true surface shape as flat.
Those mighty men of old, the giants. The grave site soil is said to have healing powers which residents rub on them to be healed from illness. The smaller grave site next to Mir Sayed Ali Agha is believed to be the spouse.
The remnants of the giants are all over the world and this one located in Bagram, Afghanistan.
The subject of giants which has always fascinated me, and originally got me into flat earth. While in Afghanistan I had talked with a few of my interpreters on this subject and the stories abound. Not all Afghans know or believe in giants, typically those in more rural areas of Afghanistan are the ones with stories.
A brief context on on of my favorites simulation theory and how it all "may" work. I'll keep it brief and to the point. This is based on military sciences heavy use of simulation.
Step one; is creation of the soul, you become an eternal being by the creator.
Step two; placement and training; once your created you will be required to go thru series of life experiences, one of these is on a place called earth.
Step three; to go to earth your going to need a suit or a "body" you will be paired for the experiences and yes you'll be required to take care of it or you'll check out early.
Step four; the setup emplacement on earth your going to be exposed to cosmologies, religions, war, sciences, education, biases, and family life. You will have decision points and require and develop critical thinking along the way in exposure to this and many other things while on earth. You may accept, question, develop beliefs or denial in your discovery process and journey. Within this are a complex designed simulation system of organic NPC's they maybe doctors, lawyers, professors, congressmen all designed to support the systems simulation at maximum effect, they may even be a pet animal. These support NPC's have a limited critical thinking ability enough to not seem robotic. Organic meaning they are human like. There will be rules emplaced or guidelines, laws and yes religious as well such as the bible.
Step five; whats MY purpose? that's part of your discovery process in all of this but also, you'll have to LIVE it, and live through it, understand love, conflict, loss of life, the joy of creation, and birth (live love learn). The natural order. You cant just check the block. You can be a part of the system, but you can't run the show, you wont be allowed to. As you may try to significantly alter the simulation to your own need. There are limits as well as benchmarks for civilization.
Step six: evaluation, your going through it daily how you interact, your love, your conflicts, your reaction and understanding of others, the humanities. In this process you may have limited interaction with what are called OC's or observer controllers. OC's are heavily used in the field of military science simulations. These OC's will assess and evaluate you and your reaction to crisis, compassion, conflict, conflict resolution. They maybe a person on a street corner begging for money, or an interview team at a convention, a doctor someone you would have limited interaction with. They are not allowed to identify themselves as part of the simulation. Are you a game changer? They will identify this as well, and the simulation maybe altered.
Step seven; graduation pass or fail in any event your leaving this place one way or the other, you cant stay.. Then its on to the next level or perhaps recycle.
1. Why use simulation as a learning tool? One of the most effective ways really, having to go thru this life and experience cosmologies, religions, war, love. It goes to your very core fundamental being. Military science uses it heavily and with great effect.
2.Is heliocentrism a setup for us to work through? I believe so, we have to work through the falsehoods of it, and other things such as biases, peer pressure as well. It separates us from the NPC's within the system. Humans have far greater ability on critical thinking than a programmed non-player character (NPC). Which is how WE maybe able to identify them as such.
3. You mentioned religion and the bible as being part of the setup or guideline are you saying they never really happened? We have to look at it from a creators standpoint, in other words guidelines will be needed in place to assist in the development of a civilization. This is not to say it never happened but is used over and over to develop a civilization. Earth is more like a sandbox with civilizations coming and going, you only get so much time and then you have to move on. Again, God the creator is very efficient. They are designed as a part of the history here. History may only be 500 years old again were "presented" with much information, and we already know there are issues with the carbon dating system. Religionists may have a hard time with this one.
4. What about the pineal gland and how does it play a role in all of this? I call it the God chip. The creators programing use in humans is littered through out the bible such as in the tower of babel use of changing language, Cain and Abel story are just two examples. God or the creator is a programmer. Also the movement of animals to the ark two by two are another example of this programing in "animals" as well. In other words God can not only read your mind but induce programing in it as well. This would play right into simulation theory. In the bible pineal or (peniel -biblical spelling) means the face of God.
5. You mention NPC's being "organic" or human like, we can't replicate that here, how is it possible? And probably will never achieve it here at our level as much as we think we'd like that. This is a far advanced stage or level of creation of organic nature. Just because "we" cant replicate it doesn't mean it doesn't already exist.
6. What would be one of the most perhaps strangest twists in all of this? Hollywood, and movies would be a prime example. Meaning how many times have we seen truth in movies as sort of a hidden message, an extension of this thru the art of cinematography. Movies can also be used to support a false cosmology. It's an extremely useful and effect tool. Would this include NPC's? Definitely. This is not to say all of Hollywood is, just certain elements of the entertainment industry. Again remember humans can be "part" of the systems in place.
7. What about crime or felonies such as murder, how do you see it resolved in all of this in the BIGGER picture? I believe that's for the creator to decide, I do feel its probably something that may lead to a forfeiture of ones soul. There may also be a so called wash of the soul once you leave this place. Meaning all memory and acts are forgiven and washed from memory going into your next life journey. However we must remember all life is precious.
8. You mention heliocentrism as part of the system emplace, what happens to those who continue to believe in it? Unfortunately, some may succumb to the programing and belief and develop bias. These are the casualties of heliocentrism. This goes with how the simulation is setup and designed to develop critical thinking skills. There will be those that fail unfortunately. I do think for the most part most will see through it eventually. It takes time, it's not a 10 minute conversation. And in the end of the simulation all maybe revealed to us as part of an after action review (AAR) process or lessons learned.
9. What about time how would it work for simulation theory? Our time here very short limited. Time in the big picture is irrelevant, meaning this is timeless. There is no specific time frame from when your created to the finish. Haven't you ever heard the saying don't you want to live forever? My answer to them would be how do you know we don't already. Meaning once the soul is created its eternal. The body were placed into is merely like a suit were paired with when we come into this life (liken it to pairing blue-tooth device :)). In the BIG picture there's never been a beginning or ending just an always was. It's the way it's always been done. This maybe a hard concept to understand for some because of the association of books and movies all having beginning and endings for stories. This is on an entirely different level of understanding :)).
10. Do NPC's know they are NPC's? No they believe they are just as human, being organic, it's why the systems so effective and real. However their capacity for rational thinking and cognitive reasoning is limited, their program defines this in them from birth. Example of this would be a NPC being a rocket scientist, ever wonder why he always wanted to be a rocket scientist? Programming.
11. You mention military sciences use of simulation, what are some examples? They use on ground in the field opposing forces for war game simulations as well as air and naval assets. These are called OPFOR or opposing forces. Also within these exercises and training events civilians on the battlefield are used their called COB's as actors in the simulation. Table top exercises are also used in war game simulation. These are just that a table top computer simulation event. There are also situational training exercises (STX's), this are situational based simulation training events. All simulations have whats called a (MEL) Mission Events List. This is time based events for the simulation and interaction of events.
12. Did testing the sun give any information that led you to believe or cement your belief that you are in a simulation? Very much so, sun position. I'll explain, first sun position in testing at high elevation should have been different than lower elevation (same sun season summer at same distance). Example in the summer solstices both test at high and low elevation were nearly same at around 51 degrees. at latitude 34 degrees Geometrically this is impossible. coming from around same latitude location Meaning your viewing the sun as simulation at a certain position there maybe subtle changes in seasons but elevation is key and a dead give away. This maybe a programming error within the simulation or lack of understanding vertical angles and the effect. Or its left as a hint :)). I liken this to the double slit experiment results.
13. Are there dangers knowing your in a simulation? Unfortunately yes, some may chose to exit early (suicide). In other words I don't like the hand I was drawn I'm going to check out early. However I believe firmly that facing these challenges develops your character and defines you in the face of adversity or when things get very difficult. The measure of your character isn't when things are going all peachy keen, but when the road gets more challenging. Facing those challenges "are defining moments" in ones life here.
14. Do you think modern science supports simulation theory? No, although they did the double slit experiment, simulation doesn't fit in with Heliocentricism or evolution. In my conversation with a college professor of science this was also reiterated as I asked him the question on simulation theory. His answer was shocking to me and rather quick as randomness or garbled mush. A predictable answer though *denial*.
15. It took awhile for this one. How does simulation theory work within the context of biblical theology? Probably easier than one thinks and it works extremely well and very precise. It was there all along. The bible mentions judgement day or a day when we will be judged by God for all our acts. Your reliving it right now, you are going thru your judgement day each and every moment, hence why reality is being rendered before your eyes.
~ God is great, all knowing and everlasting and sent his only son Jesus Christ to die for our sins~