Monthly Archives: July 2019

Sea Serpents From the Sky

In New Lands, Charles Fort speculates that the sea serpents may have fallen from the sky. Things are always falling from the sky in Fort’s collections of obscure data. For example frogs falling from the sky, for which the scientists … Continue reading

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Trump Forgets Cyrus

President Donald Trump tweets (July 29th) that Iran has never won a war. He forgets though Cyrus the Great. This is ironic since, in 2016, Trump was being compared to King Cyrus. “Cyrus” in Hebrew is “Koresh”. Cyrus Teed, known … Continue reading

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Trump Puts Lights In the Firmament

On Friday, July 26th, the Supreme Court OK’d Defense funds for the border wall, a.k.a., the Firmament. Included in the Wall (Firmament) will be lights for at night. Hence, Donald Trump puts lights in the Firmament. In the old Copernican … Continue reading

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Meaning Of “the Firmament”

“Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven,” says the Almighty in Genesis 1: 14. And so the Moon and Sun were placed in the firmament. The stars also were placed in the firmament. (Genesis 1: 16-17) What … Continue reading

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The London Triangle

The term “Bermuda Triangle” first appeared in 1964. Mysteries associated with a region having vertices at Miami, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda were first noticed in 1950. [1] Yet decades earlier, in 1923, Charles Fort had coined a similar term: The … Continue reading

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La Junta Elf Beckons To Us

Suppose Christopher Columbus’s “discovery” of New Lands in 1492 had been treated like the June 2019 discovery of the La Junta Elf. Amazing news has reached Europe. Christopher Columbus, Italian explorer, announces he has reached India by sailing west! The … Continue reading

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Rectilineator Proves Concavity of Earth?

Geodesy involves mechanical and other means to measure the Earth’s surface. It includes measuring Earth’s general contour, whether it be concave, flat, or convex and also the amount of curvation at any given point. Commonly the engineer’s level is used … Continue reading

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We Live On the Inside

A wider view of the La Junta Elf brings in questions of cosmogony. Maybe the Moon is much closer than we have been told. In 1905, Cyrus Teed offered his own unique cosmogony which rejected the Copernican system. The curvature … Continue reading

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Dealing With the Publisher

“I have been working on a book about the La Junta Elf,” revealed Ersjdamoo in the previous blog entry. That short book was completed yesterday and submitted to the potential publisher. The publisher has now advised me that “During our … Continue reading

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Much Moon Talk

There has been much talk in the “news” about the 50th anniversary of the 1969 moon landing. And in a way, we did go the the “moon” (whatever the “moon” is). There is something called “The Gegenschein.” The Gegenschein, says … Continue reading

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