De platte aarde gekte ontrafeld

flat earth

Tegenwoordig lees je niets anders meer op het internet. Het loopt er bijna van over. De aarde zou plat zijn. Diegene die dat geloven, komen met 100-den “bewijzen” af.

Ze hebben echter één iets vergeten. Ze zijn vergeten om Eric Dubay, de man die de theorie nieuw leven ingeblazen heeft, onder de loep te nemen.

Hieronder lees je waar de theorie vandaan komt, en waarom die werkelijk werd gelanceerd.

Over de hele geschiedenis van die theorie gaan we het hier niet uitgebreid hebben. Kort samengevat:

Het begon ca 6000 jaar geleden met de Sumerische beschaving. Op deze website lezen we: “The Sumerians regarded the universe as consisting of heaven and earth. The Sumerian term for universe is an-ki, which translates to “heaven-earth.” Earth was seen as a flat disk surrounded by a hollow space. This was enclosed by a solid surface which they believed was made of tin. Between earth and heavens was a substance known as lil, which means “air” or “breath.” The moon, sun, stars, and planets were also made of lil, but they were also luminescent. Completely surrounding the an-ki was the primeval sea. The sea gave birth to the an-ki, which eventually gave rise to life.”

Probleem met dat geloof is dat het slechts een geloof is. Het is geen wetenschap.

Vanaf de 16de eeuw werd die theorie weer opgerakeld door een zekere LUDOWICKE MUGGLETON (1609-1698). De rest van die geschiedenis kan je hier lezen. Het komt er eigenlijk op neer dat de hele geschiedenis van die theorie sinds de 16de eeuw doorspekt is door vrijmetselarij, ook wel freemasonry genoemd.

Eric Dubay had, of heeft nog, een oom: James Mays. Volgens deze website zou die oom een vrijmetselaar (geweest) zijn.

De Flat Earth Society, opgericht door Eric Dubay, is een genootschap die zwaar gefinancierd is door de CIA.

De laatste die toegaf dat deze planeet bolvormig is, was het Vaticaan. Op deze website lezen we:

The Catholic Church grew up alongside Western European Culture. At the time of Christanity’s formation, most culturally aware people understood that the Earth was a stationary sphere at the center of a set of crystal planetary spheres inside another sphere of stars. It had all been figured out by the Greeks centuries before, particularly by a man named Ptolemy. The model had also been approved by Aristotle, and eventually proved to be a good fit with the Christian theology of the Middle Ages. There were problems with the model. Some planets changed course in their orbits, but the mechanistic minds of medieval scholars came up with solutions that they called “equant circles”, smaller circles that allowed planets to appear to move faster and slower in their orbits around the Earth.

Then, in 1543, Copernicus published “De revolutionibus orbium coelestium”, a treatise that proposed a simpler explanation of planetary orbits by placing the sun near the center, not the Earth. It was based on an idea by an other ancient Greek, Aristarchus, who had largely been forgotten. Copernicus’s model was not perfectly heliocentric, but it was a vast improvement on the Ptolemaic system. However, it did not gain wide acceptance. There was too much invested in the motionless Earth notion that both the Bible and ordinary observation supported.

In the early 1600s, Galileo started fooling around with a telescope, discovering that Venus had phases like the moon, which had mountains and craters. When he looked at Jupiter, he was stunned to find tiny moons orbiting around it. Ptolemy said there was no space between the spheres, so how could these things work? He was forced to adopt a heliocentric system full of empty space.

Galileo got an even more hostile reception when he published his observations in 1610, but none more severe than that of Holy Mother Church. By his assertions, Galileo was undermining the order of the heavens and diminishing the importance of Earth, and of Man. His eccesiastical advocate, Robert Cardinal Bellermine, urged Galileo to treat heliocentrism as a theory, a mathematical trick to explain appearances, but Galileo wanted to be able to publish what he knew to be true. The Roman Inquisition tried him in February 1610. It was a draw. Heliocentrism was condemned, but the book, while removed from circulation, was not actually banned.

Pope Gregory XV died, and the new pope, Urban VIII, seemed more friendly at first, but then became distracted by court intrigues, finally turning colder toward Galileo. Purportedly, Urban ordered Galileo to include Urban’s arguments against heliocentrism in any book on the subject. Galileo published “The Dialogue” in 1632, a discussion between a Copernican, a stuffy Ptolemaicist, and a witty moderator. It was a popular hit, then it was banned because it appeared to mock the pope. In 1633, Galileo was tried and found “vehemently suspect of heresy”, and was remanded to house arrest for the rest of his life.

These events started other scientists re-examining their presumptions and slowly ushering in the Age of Enlightenment. In 1758 the Catholic Church dropped the general prohibition of books advocating heliocentrism, but not the sentences of Galileo, The Dialogue, or Copernicus’ works. By 1835, the books had disappeared from the Index of Forbidden Books. In 1990, Cardinal Ratzinger (our current pope) defended the Church against Galileo, saying the Church had been protecting society and ethics from the implications of Galileo’s work. But in 1992, Pope John Paul II took Galileo’s side, saying the Church had been too devoted to Biblical literalism. And in 2000, JPII issued a formal apology to Galileo. So far, Galileo has not responded, but a lot of academics are angry with Pope Benedict XVI.”

Echter, heliocentrisme is volgens mij ook niet helemaal juist. Hieronder een video die volgens mij wel juist is:

(Onderstaande zijn sterke vermoedens, dwz er zijn niet meteen bewijzen te vinden in het openbaar. Ze zijn er wel, maar dan zal je inbreker moeten spelen. Vermoedelijk in de verborgen archieven van het Vaticaan)

De leiding van CIA zijn bijna allemaal vrijmetselaars oftewel freemasons. (bron)

De top van de freemasons staan onder controle van de Jezuïeten. Ook wel de Jesuit Order genoemd. De vroegere naam was Society of Jesus. Deze staan vandaag onder leiding van Arturo Sosa.

De huidige paus Fransicus is niet toevallig ook een Jezuïet. Dat is een bewezen feit.

Op deze website worden heel wat zogenaamde “bewijzen” van platte aarde onderuit gehaald.

Hier lees je waarom aan die theorie opnieuw aandacht werd besteed.