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Title: OMG - WHAT HAPPENED TO OUR MOON?
Post by: admin on May 11, 2011, 12:49:09 PM
PLANET X SPECIAL REPORT WITH MARSHALL MASTERS

Tuesday, May 17, 2011
5 PM PST / 8 PM EST
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GUESTS: Executive Producer Richard Shaw (pinlight.com); Host and co-producer LA Marzulli (lamarzulli.net)

We grow up in the moonlight of a world we've come to see as a permanent fixture in our lives and yet, we're blind to the alarming change in the orientation of our moon to Earth. This according to Richard Shaw and LA Marzulli, co-producers of the popular Watchers documentary series, from PinLight.com productions in Hollywood.   

In the newest installment of Watchers 2: Signs in the Heavens and the Earth, they present video evidence of obviously disturbing changes in our moon - as predicated in the Holy Bible for these times!

What's equally disturbing is that the scientific community is afraid to about what is happening to our moon. Is their excuse video quality? Or, in other words, are Richard's exclusive videos of the Moon strong enough to serve as unquestionable proof? 

A good question for those accustomed to the grainy and blurry cell phone videos we often see on YouTube, who likewise wonder if this is just more of the same? If so, know this, with Watchers 2, Richard used a Red One camera to video the moon sequences.  The very same camera system used to film blockbusters such as The Book of Eli, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, Green Zone and Knowing, just to name a few.

So why is it we cannot see the truth hanging above us in the night sky and why are  scientists are terrified to comment?   In this vital interview, Richard Shaw and LA Marzulli will give you the answers, and beware, they will be disturbing to say the least. 

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/yowradio/2011/05/18/omg--what-happened-to-our-moon
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Post by: noproblemo2 on May 11, 2011, 12:50:31 PM
As always looking forward to the show.
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Post by: Linda on May 11, 2011, 05:21:17 PM
I hope I can make this show, had to miss the last two, but will be there for this one.
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Post by: Hammerhead on May 11, 2011, 06:09:33 PM
 :o Sounds like a great show, thanks Marshall!
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Post by: noproblemo2 on May 17, 2011, 03:20:55 PM
BUMP, 5 PST
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/yowradio/2011/05/18/omg--what-happened-to-our-moon
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Post by: VillageIdiot on May 18, 2011, 06:39:02 AM
That was an EXCELLENT show last night. I need to download it and listen to it again since I was 'distracted' in the chatroom during pieces of the discussions  :-X
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Post by: ASEEKERTOO on May 18, 2011, 06:46:36 AM
I have GOT to set my alarm clock for Marshalls shows. When it goes off I'll know to get my butt in here
to fire up the Yowusa Radio Show. I listened to the archive about an hour after the show. Sounds like
I missed some great Chat too !     Good Show Marshall, Enjoyed it. I'm thinking the Red One Camera
doesn't lie.   
Title: Re: OMG - WHAT HAPPENED TO OUR MOON?
Post by: Yowbarb on May 18, 2011, 01:59:41 PM
Sorry I missed that one too focused on cooking cleaning up and etc. all family stuff...Belatedly logged on and listening now
Barbofsouth on Blogtalk
Title: Re: OMG - WHAT HAPPENED TO OUR MOON?
Post by: Ed Douglas on May 19, 2011, 09:41:54 AM
As many of you might be aware, I originally started being active here, when, as I was monitoring sun and moon positions in the sky, that I found about a 20 to 30 degree discrepancy. And then, later, we saw the face of the moon rotate. By the way, they were higher in the sky than predicted. Being as the moon is the only object in space, that I know of, that doesn't revolve, opens for speculation that it is not just a "moon". Terral might explain all of this better than I, but I'm not sure what kind of location a gravitational field would have to be, to 'spin' the observed 'face' of the moon. The moon has many strange characteristics, including the possibility of being hollow. We watch it rise and set, all our lives, and never really give it two thoughts. It has always had my attention. I lost a lot of data about this when I lost my other computer. Oh well.   ed
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Post by: Ed Douglas on May 19, 2011, 09:47:02 AM
The show, with Mr. Masters and the 2 gentlemen, was very informing. They have done their homework and are fluent in recent research speculations. I enjoyed it.   ed
Title: Re: OMG - WHAT HAPPENED TO OUR MOON?
Post by: inselemel on May 19, 2011, 10:09:30 AM
It's probably just me but i thought the time from new moon to half moon had decreased (the last new moon from this date) i.e. it got bigger sooner than it should have. As i say it's probably me, and just didn't pay attention to the dates.

 I love looking at the moon tho' a lot of the time here in Scotland there are too many clouds and I for one have always paid attention to it.

Would appreciate any info from those more scientific than me.

lol melanie
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Post by: Ed Douglas on May 19, 2011, 10:23:41 AM
Melanie, as we know, the phases of the moon are only what part of the reflection of the sunlight hitting the moon, that we see at any given time. Yes, it has been noticed. When(and if) the moon was not in the correct position, or the face was observed to be incorrectly placed, shows because the reference is the reflecting light from the sun. If I am asked, the moon and sun, both, have been out of 'whack', for some time now. Science has refused to discuss this. That usually means gov't involvement.   ed
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Post by: inselemel on May 19, 2011, 01:30:10 PM
Thanks Ed, much appreciated.
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Post by: Yowbarb on May 19, 2011, 08:26:52 PM
It's probably just me but i thought the time from new moon to half moon had decreased (the last new moon from this date) i.e. it got bigger sooner than it should have. As i say it's probably me, and just didn't pay attention to the dates.

 I love looking at the moon tho' a lot of the time here in Scotland there are too many clouds and I for one have always paid attention to it.

Would appreciate any info from those more scientific than me.

lol melanie

I also have been noticing for a couple years now changes in the moon. Unfortunately I didn't write it down, no notes or photos, just my subjective perceptions at the time. What I see is the moon waxes sometimes really fast... it doesn't ;'t seem to be a slow steady progression like I remember the moon to be. I have been looking up at the moon since I was about four and tend to be a skywatcher. It is only in the past four years - mostly more recent - that I noticed anything different. The moon waxes faster then it seems to be full longer than it should. Then it is full again pretty soon. Again it's all subjective. Also never in my life do I remember the moon being so very high up in the sky, where I get a crick neck looking at it. It is usually a couple hands lower at least.
Well nothing scientific... just what I perceive.
Title: Re: OMG - WHAT HAPPENED TO OUR MOON?
Post by: augonit on May 20, 2011, 07:19:20 AM
I've noticed no changes in the moon over the span of my life.  It's just as big, bright and beautiful as it's always been.  It also is not unusual for it to be high in the sky, every night.  I remember looking straight up to watch lunar eclipses as a child, and when the moon is just as high, I don't think that's unusual.  It's normal.
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Post by: Jimfarmer on May 20, 2011, 08:30:53 AM
"I've noticed no changes in the moon over the span of my life."

It does not necessarily go so far out of annual range as to be noticed by a casual observer, but if you measure where it is at convenient times such as moon-rise or moon-set, and then access Internet sources to see where it should be, as seen from your location at that time, then you will occasionally notice that it is in the wrong place by up to 30 degrees, especially during certain phases of the moon.

I will get some more info to you when I have more time.

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Post by: Yowbarb on May 20, 2011, 08:56:13 AM
I've noticed no changes in the moon over the span of my life.  It's just as big, bright and beautiful as it's always been.  It also is not unusual for it to be high in the sky, every night.  I remember looking straight up to watch lunar eclipses as a child, and when the moon is just as high, I don't think that's unusual.  It's normal.

What I posted is very subjective and I have no proof. All I can say is I am 67 years old now, always been tuned into the natural world. Been looking up at the that moon all my life. I see the face turned slightly to one direction and I see it way higher in the sky... Speeds and slowdowns in the waxing/ waning.
Everyone will perceive something different so we need to nail down the evidence. I think Ed and Jim have posted or will soon post, evidence.
That may not be so easy to do... I wish everyone luck in coming to definite conclusions.
 ;)
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Post by: Jimfarmer on May 20, 2011, 09:30:31 AM
"I've noticed no changes in the moon over the span of my life."

It does not necessarily go so far out of annual range as to be noticed by a casual observer, but if you measure where it is at convenient times such as moon-rise or moon-set, and then access Internet sources to see where it should be, as seen from your location at that time, then you will occasionally notice that it is in the wrong place by up to 30 degrees, especially during certain phases of the moon.

I will get some more info to you when I have more time.

OK.  For Sun and Moon altitude and azimuth data, see  http://www.usno.navy.mil/USNO/astronomical-applications/data-services/alt-az-us (http://www.usno.navy.mil/USNO/astronomical-applications/data-services/alt-az-us) .

For sighting reports, search for "Moon out of place"  in  https://www.zetatalk.com/ (https://www.zetatalk.com/) .

Differing opinions have been stated in this forum before.  For example, see https://planetxtownhall.com/index.php?topic=1487.msg17554;topicseen#msg17554 (https://planetxtownhall.com/index.php?topic=1487.msg17554;topicseen#msg17554) .


Title: Re: OMG - WHAT HAPPENED TO OUR MOON?
Post by: ASEEKERTOO on July 15, 2011, 11:32:28 PM
Wonder if anyone knows this about the moon. I've known for a long time but
it just never occurred to me to post about it.
   The moon does have a rotation period. Even though it presents only one
side to us at all times; it does rotate. Can anyone guess how long it takes
the moon to orbit the earth ? ..... tick tick jeopardy music tick tick.
27.3 days. Since the moon is TIDALLY locked with the earth its rotation
period is tick tick tick 27.3 days..... that is why it always presents one side
to us.
http://www.universetoday.com/19699/does-the-moon-rotate/ (http://www.universetoday.com/19699/does-the-moon-rotate/)
 
  Now, for the kicker. There are reports that the Moon does not look right or
that sometimes it shows more of what used to be a 'dark part' of the moon.
The only way that could really happen in my humble opinion is either the
moon has altered its Rotation speed or the EARTH HAS........... So, if it can
be proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that the moon is showing a different
face then one of the other scenarios is going on. Considering the fact that
Science has already admitted that the earths rotation has changed a little
bit because of earthquakes then i would vote for a change in the earths
rotation causing the phenomena; assuming the moons face has changed.
Just thought I'd drop a note on how the moon really does rotate... :)
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Post by: Alfred Williams on July 16, 2011, 05:07:57 AM
Well Asseekertoo That does sound right to me. I am not educated in the subject like I should. The amount of the earth shifting to cause a different face to be seen. It just seems like the few inches they talk about would not be enough I don't think. It would be a real ticker if it suddenly developed a magnetically induced spin with all the hot plasma ribbon the solar system is passing through{{:>)
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Post by: errrv on July 16, 2011, 06:34:38 AM
This makes sense to me:


The Moon’s orbit has been noticeably out of place, even to the casual observer, for almost a year. This is best described using an analogy of a man with a broad brimmed hat on his head. For a normal Moon orbit, this hat is almost exactly positioned over the tops of the ears, evenly spaced over each, with only a slight tilt. That the Moon’s normal orbit is close to the Earth’s middle, the Ecliptic, is exemplified by the solar eclipse, where either the Moon casts a shadow on the Earth or vise versa, with the Earth casting a shadow on the Moon, periodically. Nevertheless, the hat is positioned almost equally over both ears. What has been observed since the Summer of 2004 is a hat tilted high over one ear, and low over the other ear, often most noticeable as a face rotation.
http://zetatalk.com/index/earthm44.jpg


The current odd Moon orbit is beyond what the Earth wobble would support, where the Earth is wobbling to allow the N. Pole to evade the hose of magnetic particles coming from Planet X by swinging away from view, the head twitching a bit under the hat. We have stated that the Moon has allegiance to the Sun as well as the Earth, and thus its orbit could be expected to attempt to stay astride of any gap as the Earth wobbles or tilts, but the current odd Moon orbit is also beyond any attempt to stay astride of the Earth’s middle as well as the Sun’s middle. It in fact is more to the extreme of that, reaching beyond the middle of both. The Moon, as a bead on the edge of the hat rim traveling around the hat, is seen in the extreme North during one part of the month, and at the extreme South two weeks later. Why?

We have mentioned that Planet X has captured both the Earth and Venus and the Earth’s Dark Twin in the eddy current in the particle flows that blast from the Sun toward Planet X and around Planet X. They are trapped, by all the forces that push planets into their orbits and hold them there, to remain there. Particle flows, a tiny fraction of which mankind is aware of, flow out of the Sun’s poles and return to her middle, flow out evenly from the surface of the Sun as the solar wind man is aware of, flow out of her North pole and return at the South pole as the magnetic particles man is aware of, or chose their flow patterns to fit in niches not otherwise taken. That all the planets line up in the Ecliptic, around the Sun’s middle, is due to the immense number of particles that chose the first route, returning in force at the Sun’s middle, washing in from above and below. The planets are held at bay, away from the Sun, by the gravity Repulsion Force, yet another particle flow.

What forces is the poor Moon dealing with? The eddy currents coming around Planet X are flowing outside their bounds, coming in from the top and bottom, and rushing to fill voids. Nevertheless, the press is for all to align with the Ecliptic, whether within or without the eddy current. Venus remains in her position, closer to the Sun and Planet X. The Dark Twin, sharing the Earth’s orbit, is pressing the Earth from the side. As the particle flows rush around Planet X and into the eddy, they encounter the Earth and her sister planets, and eddy around them as well. A turmoil, mostly present at the Ecliptic, which the Moon normally rides. The easy out for the Moon is to avoid the crowded lane, which it does by being too high, and then too low, for the majority of its orbit. It rides high and low as it does as this was the tilt of its orbit before the Planet X drama started, now simply become more extreme to avoid the middle road, the crowded lane.

Signs of the Times #1352
Time and again there have been posts about the rotation of the moon during one nights travel, but no one ever seems to have a camera handy. Well, I had the luck of a clear sky last night [Feb 27], so I took my cheapo 3.3 megapixel with 10x optical zoom and snaped some pictures of the moon. First at 0.55 CET, second at 4.17 CET in the east of the Netherlands. Both pics were taken with a horizontaly held camera and 10x optical zoom. I took the 2 moons, the pics full pixelsize from the cameraimage, and made a composite today, and did some image prosessing to clear up the features of the moon and stuff like that. The rapid rotation can be clearly seen. http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=65862 [Note: extreme rotation of the Face of the Moon has been noted for months, indicating the Earth tilted under the Moon's orbit.]
Title: Re: OMG - WHAT HAPPENED TO OUR MOON? Volcano?
Post by: Carolyn Simpson on July 26, 2011, 04:27:18 PM
"Recent observations made with (LRO) Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter cameras have allowed scientists to see rare silicic volcanism forcing scientists to modify ideas about lunar volcanism.  The Moon cooled quickly and never developed rock-recycling plate tectonics like those of Earth's.  July 24 advance online issue of Nature Geoscience."    Physics.org
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Post by: steviecarrick6 on September 06, 2011, 02:34:19 PM
im hoping this is the right topic to post this .   i live in carrickfergus northern ireland, and posted several comments on the moon.  i live and drive past the sea every day and have noticed ridiculously high tides again and again.    ive also noticed way out bottom tides. on the rocks at this time i have recovered lost fishing tackle.    the reason i write now , tonite is because of the peculiar appearance of the moon.   its shape tonite, is rugby balled shape, normally at any time since i was a child, the earths shape cutoff was always a particular shape of bannana to full moon - if you like - what i mean is there is something not adding up.   these are my own observations only.   stevie
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Post by: augonit on September 06, 2011, 02:59:31 PM
Weird.  If it wasn't so dang overcast here, I'd be looking at the moon myself!  But, could some of these changes you've noticed, like the tides, be part of the regular changes of seasons?
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Post by: Thehumbleman1 on September 06, 2011, 03:15:37 PM
Didn't notice that last night, I veiw it every evening, stare right at it for a moment of concentration.  I can see something in it, but I don't know what really, could just be my eyes playing with me, did draw something yesterday that turned into a moon shape.  I'll look in 5 hours when I can see it.  I'll post if its the same as what you said for sure.  One week till its full again. Sept 12th.
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Post by: nrsvend on September 06, 2011, 05:51:31 PM
Looking forward to it.
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Post by: Thehumbleman1 on September 06, 2011, 06:30:11 PM
Ok I can see the moon now, well for about 30mins or so.  Sky is still bright blue here, sun sets in about 30mins behind the mountains, it'll be light to some degree atleast another hour.

I see the shape you said but to me here it doesn't look out of sorts.  It's pretty bright for a daytime moon though.  I do notice that "hooded face" it points towards the sun.  It looks like 3 craters high on the se side, top.  The rest is smooth.  That looks out of sorts.  Another thing I noticed while concentrating on it is I started seeing "stars" dancing around, not too much unlike when you get up too fast.  So I looked around, they are everywhere in the sky, no clouds here.  I look at the trees or ground, nothing, thought maybe my eyes are playing tricks on me. 

Taking a break from it, rest my eyes to be certain, then doing it again.  They're everywhere, moving about or "dancing".  Fun times, I'll look in an hour or so see if it just my eyes, I doubt it since it only happens looking at the sky, no where else.

Mike
Title: Re: OMG - WHAT HAPPENED TO OUR MOON?
Post by: Ed Douglas on September 06, 2011, 07:04:57 PM
It is my belief that the inner solar system is full of electric plasma, and energized particles. We will see if it has an effect on the Comet Elenin.   ed
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Post by: errrv on September 06, 2011, 07:16:19 PM
Ed do you remember reading about the "local fluff" that got everyone all worked up 2 years ago. Is this or could this be the plasma you are referring to?
Erv
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Post by: The Heritic on September 06, 2011, 07:46:04 PM
I'm just South of you in the Seattle area. The Moon doesn't look like it did some months ago but I would say it is over a half moon, maybe a 5/8s moon but looks OK from here.

And It does seem rather bright for this time of day.
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Post by: Thehumbleman1 on September 06, 2011, 08:08:21 PM
Ed that may explain what I am seeing, funny enough I went back outside, the sky was white all of a sudden, except in the east, pinkish red there.  Couldn't see the "particles" again though.  I'll try tonight in the dark skys.

The Heretic I'm only 400miles north of you, I think the moon is actually bigger than last year, always seems that way, others here say the same.  Could explain the tides nvrsend is speaking of, but sea level has risen a few feet in the last few years too.

I did have one experience I remembered about a year or more ago.  I fell asleep on the couch.  I woke up and it looked like the sun was up, or coming up.  I actually got mad at myself for not going to bed.  Went to the kitchen to make coffee, stepped out for a smoke on the deck.  It wasn't sunrise, it was 3:30 am, it was the moon.  Huge, bright and surrounded by blue, so much so the birds were even singing like dawn.  Just remembered this today.  Still no idea what I saw really just a huge, blue moon with "wings" in a way the light came off it.  Directly east. 

The sun is setting off course again, I use a compass everyday, its moved back south a bit.  I was late to get an accurate reading, I'll get one for sure tomorrow.  The cliffs here make it easy to see it change spots, obvious really when you look daily for years, I use the sun as a watch.  Rising in the same spot though, I'm up before sunrise each day.  We're not in Kansas anymore Dorothy, lol.

Mike
Title: Re: OMG - WHAT HAPPENED TO OUR MOON?
Post by: Ed Douglas on September 07, 2011, 09:29:58 AM
The 'fluff' might be playing a major role in all of this.    ed
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Post by: terrypat on September 07, 2011, 05:22:06 PM
I have to concur the moon is similar in appearance to the July sightings during a full moon faze. It has the tilted look to it. The pic I just took 10 mins ago just doesn't show the detail I see from the binocs. Clear as a bell in The Mohave tonight. Last night was cloudy. 
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Post by: augonit on September 08, 2011, 08:31:59 PM
im hoping this is the right topic to post this .   i live in carrickfergus northern ireland, and posted several comments on the moon.  i live and drive past the sea every day and have noticed ridiculously high tides again and again.    ive also noticed way out bottom tides. on the rocks at this time i have recovered lost fishing tackle.    the reason i write now , tonite is because of the peculiar appearance of the moon.   its shape tonite, is rugby balled shape, normally at any time since i was a child, the earths shape cutoff was always a particular shape of bannana to full moon - if you like - what i mean is there is something not adding up.   these are my own observations only.   stevie

OK, tonight I got to see the moon for the first time in days.  At first, it looked like it had a point in the SW part of it.  There were clouds present, but I just stood there looking at the moon.  Then the clouds dissipated enough so that I could see it clearly. It was still round.  When you saw the rugby shape, where there any clouds in the way?
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Post by: steviecarrick6 on September 09, 2011, 08:39:11 AM
hi auginot - on that night a slight haze - yes - i spent time trying to figure out how the shape could happen - im only a layman when it comes to this,  what i mean is i assume what we see of the moon at night time is basically the suns rays reflecting back with the earth creating a blackened cut off?  which at anytime surely must be concave and not convex?  could it have been a trick because of light cloud maybe. but strange.