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In the Beginning – FLAT EARTH

This is just a quick posting of some recent (re) discovery of published works over centuries past – that prove that the GEOCENTRIC/HELIOCENTRIC debate NEVER ended.

In or around 1931 a scientist by the name of Auguste Piccard (yes – a French-man) was the FIRST MAN to go into the stratosphere – in essence making him the first man into space.

He traveled into the upper atmosphere – via a balloon – inside a metal gondola. the effort was published in Popular Science in 1931 – here is a PNG file of the scanned magazine article.

 

A channel that I subscribe to – THE TRUTH IS STRANGER THAN FICTION – published a video today that talked about a book titled:   FIFTY REASONS,Philosophy and Vain Deceit Or True Science? Which is Right? : the Bible and Practical Astronomy, Or the Babel of Theoretical, Poetical Newtonian Fiction : Here are Fifty Reasons for Believing the Bible  —- 

Quite a title –  isn’t it?  The book was published in 1915 and authored by F.E. Pasche –  You can download the PDF here:

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Pastor Dean Odle – from Fire and Grace church in Raleigh, North Carolina – http://www.deanodle.org/  – has been speaking for some time on proper Biblical Cosmology.

more to come…

Jesusfreak

RADICALLY - a Christian, Constitutional, Conservative who is married with children. When I became a Christian, I had no clue what God had in store for me. I once prayed that God would show me "the secret things" - Holy Spirit very soon after showed me the coming "alien deception" - and the proverbial levy broke! - This website demonstrates a small portion of what a life spent listening to the still small voice of Holy Spirit - has opened my eyes to. I am a professional, award-winning musician, composer and a leader in technology - having worked for 12 years at NASA. I also paint and draw, build things like chicken coops and arbors - and believe that a man who doesn't know how to fix anything or has no "handy-man skills" is going to be in BIG trouble in the coming years.

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