The moon map, further studies
Once we see the REAL layout of our known world, we can see why plane flights go in the direction they go and why on the fake globe map, these flight paths make no sense.
More than that, we can see also there was a war in heaven at one time. The marks of it are all over the world and on the moon. The world is filled with craters that the nephilim claim were meteors (though in almost every case, no remains of the alleged meteor have ever been found, ever. See the meteor crater in southern Arizona for example.
In the Libyan, Gobi, US, and Sahara deserts are vast areas of vitrified sand, creating green and blue glass. Same as what we find in the Nevada proving grounds after they set off one of those big firecrackers. These all provide evidence-as well as hieroglyphics shows nukes and detonations-that someone was definitely throwing down in the antediluvian era to destroy not only certain civilizations, but someone sent nukes up to the plasma disk, which has its own raqia which reveals the covering of the plasma disk was once attacked, by obviously hundreds of rather large electric dipole weapons. The cratering on the moon disk is shallow, as evidenced by the absence of a deep crater which every ground burst nuke creates. However, electrical arcing produces just such LARGE SHALLOW CRATERS that we see on the moon raqia or firmament.
One can easily find these enormous craters on earth all over YouTube; however, they lie and say they are meteors. Compare those photos with the photos of Bikini lagoon and the marshal islands were we detonated HUGE NUKES at Crossroads, Ivy Mike, and dozens of other bursts. They are identical.
Ironically, most of these areas where these large craters exist on earth are also in areas of Judgment; places where nothing grows, and there is very little life. To this very day.
Since Roe vs Wade, 1.7 billion children have been slaughtered to Moloch. I believe this is a world record, as far as recorded history goes. One can just imagine the judgment coming against this country.
For example. Here are a few.
2. Manicouagan Crater: fifth largest known impact crater. This crater is located in Quebec, Canada. Now, it is an ice-covered lake about 70 km across. The original rim of the crater, though now eroded away, is thought to have had a diameter of about 100 km.
3. Chicxulub Crater, third largest and possible dinosaur killer. The third largest nuke crater lies mostly underwater and buried underneath the Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico. At 170km (105 miles) in diameter.
4. Aorounga Crater: possible triple crater. The main Aorounga Crater in Chad, Africa, visible in this radar image from space, shows a concentric ring structure that is about 17 kilometers wide. But, this crater might have been formed as the result of a multiple nuke event. A second crater, similar in size to the main crater, appears as a circular trough in the center of the image. And a third structure, also about the same size, is seen as a dark, partial circular trough on the right side of the image.
5. Clearwater Craters: two for the price of one. Twin, lake-filled impact craters in Quebec, Canada. The larger crater, Clearwater Lake West has a diameter of 32 km, and Clearwater Lake East is 22 km wide.
6. Barringer Crater: well preserved. While this crater isn’t all that big, what’s most impressive about Barringer Crater in Arizona (USA) is how well preserved it is. Measuring 1.2 km across and 175 m deep.
|See how shallow it is according to width. This was no ordinary kaboom weapon, but energy plasma arcs.|
7. Wolfe Creek Crater, well preserved, too. Another relatively well-preserved meteorite crater is found in the desert plains of north-central Australia. Wolfe Creek crater is 880 meters across and and about 60 meters deep, another shallow nuke crater. It’s partially buried under the wind-blown sand of the region, and although the unusual land form was well-known to the locals, scientists didn’t find the crater until 1947.
8. Deep Bay Crater: deep and cold. Deep Bay crater is located in Saskatchewan, Canada. The bay is a strikingly circular 13 km wide impact crater and is also very shallow(220 m).
9. Kara-Kul Crater: high altitude crater. This crater was formed about 10 million years ago, and is located in Tajikistan, near the Afghan border. In total, the crater is about 45 km in diameter and is partially filled with a 25 km-wide lake. This might be the “highest” nuke crater, almost 6,000 m above sea-level in the Pamir Mountain Range. It was found only recently from satellite images.
10. Bosumtwi Crater: built of bedrock. The last crater on our tour of impressive impact craters is this located in Ghana, Africa. It is about 10.5 km in diameter. The crater is filled almost entirely by water, creating Lake Bosumtwi. The lakebed is made of green glass bedrocks.