Quote# 80825

(Astronomers are Illuminati pawns)

That means, somewhere down the line, the astronomers who publish all this astronomical data know quite well, the Seleucid Period astronomical texts as represented in Ptolemy's canon are fake. Even so, they are playing the game of representing those fake lunar times as reasonable and scientiic, which distracts from the revisions for this period. Thus it would seem the "Illuminati" has a vested interest in suppressing any credible scientific evidence of these revisions and have influenced the academic world to the point of publishing correct solar eclipse times, but fake lunar eclipse times.

At least that is the "conspiracy theory" as it stands now.

So in practice, in case you didn't follow, when I find an astronomical text that references a lunar eclipse, I adjust it to the true time, based on 16:14 distortion for the SK400 in 541 BCE. That's for every single lunar ecilpse. I subtrct 16 hours and 14 minutes, adding or substracting a few minutes based on the delta-T variance from 541 BCE. But when it comes to solar eclipses, I don't make any adjustments at all!

So there must be a conspiracy to project the lunar times adjusted to the revised records of the revised chronology, while maintaining the accurately projected locations and times of solar eclipses.

Now that is an extremely desperate focus to prevent accidental discovery of the Persian Period revisions.

But too bad we've already discovered it.

Maybe, at this time of "freedom of information" it still is too big of an embarrassment to astronomers who sold out under the pressure of the Illuminati or whomever to misrepresent lunar times in their canons. Thus correcting the timeline to what it originally was opens up too big of a can of worms, so scholars can't respond to the new evidence. They have to protect old lies.

Oh well.

At least we know the level of desperation and infiltration into academic disciplines the Illuminati has sunk. Redating the 1st of Cyrus to 455 BCE, apparently is not an option for them. They've dug themselves in way too deep at this point. The international community would be outraged to find out this level of deception. It's best to just keep on lying, apparently.

Lynn47, CARM 20 Comments [4/25/2011 3:43:02 AM]
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Whatever. Most people who profess to study "paleoastronomy" are charlatans. Andis Kaulins (lexiline blog) is their high priest of whargarble.

Here's an amusing article on ancient astronomy/astrology:

4/25/2011 5:43:13 AM

Pule Thamex

Absolutely riveting ideas! Super-important news of top-notch relevance for all of humanity! Disclosures of the utmost import! These startling revelations will mean that ... er,...um, ... what the fuck do they mean, anyway?

4/25/2011 6:24:07 AM


Umm...What would the Illuminati gain by misreporting the time of lunar eclipse?

It's not like there's some kind of magic that is dependent on accurate timing of lunar eclipse, right?

4/25/2011 6:29:25 AM

Raised by Horses

4/25/2011 6:39:31 AM


I'm with WhiteNoise on this one. Even were this conspiracy theory true... so what? Also, it's really easy for you, at home, to go out and verify the times of lunar eclipses all by yourself! Well, were you not living in a padded cell it would be easy. I can see how being in a straight jacket would make it difficult to open the doors, go outside at night, look up and check your watch.

4/25/2011 6:42:48 AM

Doubting Thomas

tl;dr after Illuminati. Inserting "Illuminati" anywhere in your beliefs = instant tinfoil hat candidate.

4/25/2011 7:33:33 AM


This is one of the lamest conspiracy theories i've seen here.

4/25/2011 8:02:25 AM


WTF is this conspiracy theory even attempting to say? o_O

4/25/2011 8:13:14 AM


Um.. yes..er..ok..but.. could I have some content with that word salad.

4/25/2011 8:49:54 AM

Um ... what?

4/25/2011 9:36:58 AM


I 'WTFed' this. Nothing else seems necessary.

4/25/2011 9:40:14 AM

I wonder if that person has bothered to learn ancient Greek to see if their claims are credible.

4/25/2011 10:36:37 AM

Brendan Rizzo



*Tears own hair out.*

4/25/2011 11:43:39 AM

Argle Bargle

Man, those Illuminati sure take great steps to hide even the lamest secrets.

4/26/2011 6:20:00 AM

Kat S.

Ok. I'm glad you have been able to find the supposed real dates of lunar eclipses and that you may now may be able to find the real dates and facts to human world history. Once that happens, I bet you think you will be ready to thwart the Illuminati's plans for world domination once and for all. I'm happy for you, Lynn74.

*Beckons the nurse to come over*

4/26/2011 10:20:24 AM

I'm extremely tempted to figure out what he's talking about.

4/27/2011 1:37:29 AM


4/28/2011 8:38:36 AM


Yeah, except for the fact that astronomy is a popular hobby around the world and not terribly difficult to learn if you have the interest.
Boom! There goes another moronic conspiracy theory.

4/29/2011 1:52:53 PM


Um, what? There's a massive conspiracy to cover up the fact that some astronomer made a mathematical error centuries ago? I'm sure it can't really be as lame as it sounds.

4/30/2011 7:13:37 PM


So they created an elaborated and hundreds of years long conspiracy that could be disproved by simply looking out of the window at the right time?

Sounds plausible.

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