[Home]  [Headlines]  [Latest Articles]  [Latest Comments]  [Post]  [Mail]  [Sign-in]  [Setup]  [Help]  [Register] 

Targeting Families: Former Sex Educator Exposes Horror Aimed at Children

Exclusionary Inclusionism

The Evil of the Political Left Is Rooted in Their Exploitation of Tragedies

Biden’s hypocrisy on unions: Everyone else pays but him

Americans Can't Pay Energy Bills – Biden Gives $53M to Restore Ukraine's Energy

Large Number of Criminal Juveniles Entering US Through DACA

Zeldin RNC Bid Gains Momentum as Party Leaders Line Up Behind Him (Replace RINO Ronna Romney McDaniel)

Lawyer Who Sought to Defend Trump Dies Suddenly at 48

Florida Takes $2 Billion Away From BlackRock Due To Firm's Activist Investing Standards

DEROY MURDOCK: Electing Herschel Walker Is More Important Now Than Ever

Report, Ronna McDaniel Pulls Ground Resources from Arizona Motivated by RNC Power Challenge

Hired by the RNC, Harmeet Dhillon Teams Up with the Mitch McConnell Contracted Enforcer Who Destroyed the Tea Party

America-Last RINO Kevin McCarthy Attended State Dinner With Hunter Biden and Emmanuel Macron

What does the Bible say about cryonics or cryogenics?

(Warning this article is by a loon)By 2030, We Will be able to Prevent Most Disease And Arrive on Mars, the New Earth with No Seas

4. The Murder Rate and O.D. Rates Will Double In Most U.S. States

Zelensky Says EU's 18 Billion Aid Is What "True Solidarity" Looks Like

Oops! $20B Sent to Ukraine Is Unaccounted for

20 NATO States "Pretty Tapped Out" After Weapons Transfers To Ukraine

Two Oath Keepers, Including Founder Stewart Rhodes, Found Guilty Of Jan. 6 Seditious Conspiracy

US Tech Workers Kiss More Jobs Goodbye -The Eagle Act's Back

Democrat Adam Schiff Suggests Complying With Subpoenas is Optional, Now

Zero Republican Professors Found Across 33 Departments at Seven Universities: College Fix Analysis

Kristi Noem Bans TikTok Use On South Dakota State Devices

Arizona Official Certifies Election 'Under Duress', Says He's Under Threat of Arrest If He Doesn’t Comply

Martin Luther King Jr.'s Niece Lauds Herschel Walker Ahead of Runoff: 'We need strong senators'

Lee Zeldin Might Run Against a McFail for RNC Chair

Democrats Have One More Month In The Congressional Majority. Heres What They Have To Pass

Celebrity Trainer ... Dies Suddenly aT 53 --- aT His Los Angeles Home

Ukraine will Receive Stealth US Drones & Plague great Whore with great Hailsones

How Will Anyone Trust The Georgia Runoff Results When Theres Enough Illegal Voting To Tip The Scales?

2. Deadly New Pathogens will Again Appear And Flesh and Brain Eaters in Coastal Water.

3 Used Vehicles to Buy During the Market Crash

20 FOODS to STOCKPILE that NEVER expire

SHOCKING Reason Drug SHORTAGE Is WORSE Than WE THOUGHT (Is It Time To Panic?)

In 2023, Much of the Earth will flood--while most of Earth is scorched

Sens. BlunT / Mi - Burr / NC - CapiTo / WV - Collins / Me - Lummis / Wy - PorTman / Oh - Romney / UT - Sullivan / Ak - Tillis / NC - ErnsT / Iw - Murkowski / Ak - Young / In ... all voTed lasT week ---To advance The RFMA

Americas First Thanksgiving Proclamation

Reports: Ukraine DELIBERATELY Fired the Missiles Into Poland

2023 in Bible Prophecy

Deeply Disturbing: J6 Prisoner Denied Cancer Treatments

Illegal Immigrants Who Entered US Since Biden Took Office to Cost Taxpayers $20+ Billion a Year: Analysis

EXCLUSIVE: Freedom Caucus Members Protected FTX, Helped McCarthy Sabotage Red Wave

Pilot 'Suddenly and Unexpectedly' Drops Dead During Flight to Ohio

Holiday Hardship: 1 In 4 Americans Skipping Thanksgiving Entirely To Save Money

Black Friday Chaos: Amazon Warehouse Workers Set To Strike Across 40 Countries

Exclusive: Mike Lindell to Challenge (RINO) Ronna Romney for RNC Chair

Here are the Five Votes Matt Gaetz Claims Will Stop Kevin McCarthy from Becoming House Speaker

Sarah Palin loses… thanks to Lisa Murkowski’s Ranked-Choice Voting…

Murkowski Wins Alaska Senate Race with Support from Democrats & (Ranked Choice Voting)


Status: Not Logged In; Sign In

Bible Study
See other Bible Study Articles

Title: WEBSITE CLAIM:Bible Proof of the Flat Earth Truth
Source: CELEBRATE TRUTH
URL Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cApXPTrOf7A
Published: Sep 10, 2015
Author: CELBRATE TRUTH
Post Date: 2019-03-28 11:46:23 by Liberator
Keywords: NASA, HOAX, BIBLE-TRUTH
Views: 4722
Comments: 67

Genesis 1:7,8 King James Version (KJV)

7 And God made the firmament, and divided the waters which were under the firmament from the waters which were above the firmament: and it was so.

8 And God called the firmament Heaven. And the evening and the morning were the second day.


Poster Comment: YES, I AM GOING THERE

Yes, your immediate and natural visceral reaction will be to fully dismiss "Flat Earth" and this video. (it's relatively short: 15 minutes.) Can such a case be made in just 15 minutes? Maybe. Maybe not. But it might light a fuse.

Q: What do the PTB fear most from the people? A: KNOWLEDGE

That's why they've flooded the culture in "Entertainment" and made us obsessed with Movies, TV, Sports, etc. ANYTHING to distract us from actually knowledge and critical thinking

I admittedly have initially fully dismissed "Flat Earth" as a "Conspiracy Theory" designed to make ALL "Truthers" look foolish

But something happened..

I began noticing MSM, Neil De Grasse, Bill the Science Guy, Discovery Channel, History Channel, YouTube sources ALL discussing the subject. But in panic mode. They were actually going way out of their way to disprove Flat Earth and ridicule it. If it's so absurd, why bother wasting their time

That only made me need to take a closer look at the theory. Once the PTB makes a subject VERBOTEN, one must believe, "Where there's smoke, there's fire."

Then I noticed ridicule and heavy criticism of NBA player Kyrie Irving for his public belief in Flat Earth; Same of Steph Curry for his unbelief of the Moon Landings. (BOTH were forced to apologize.

Hmmm..

That was a Red Flag

If "Flat Earth" is so absurd to begin with, again -- why chastise Curry and Irving spend ANY time and programming to refute others theory and content, and ridicule it? (Is it because they could possibly influence young fans to explore the truth of both matters?

Did you know access to the Antarctica is strictly verboten (other than as brief organized tours? 5,400,000 square miles of earth is completely OFF LIMITS (except to military and "Scientists.") Have you even ever questioned it

You will need to further research the the subject independently. The PTB is currently still in a panic mode; YouTube is busy scrubbing and taking down Flat Earth vids but they keep on popping back up

You will obviously cite a lifetime of staring at globes, "photos from space," the 1960s-70s "Moon Landings," "science," books, space exploration, pictures, movies, Star Trek, history, NASA, "established astronomy"; CONSTANT repetition, imprinting, and conditioning

This is the very same PTB that established "Evolution" as "Settled Science."

This is the very PTB that now say "we lost the technology to get to the moon."

NASA is a complete fraud. They have routinely relied on "Artist Rendering," Photoshop, and CGI for their depictions

(Btw, Where are the Hubble Telescope photos OF EARTH? Or, MOON?

The truth hurts. No one want their reality and belief system turned upside down, so we accept what we're told

We have been lied to. Repeatedly

A Flat Earth requires you to revamp your entire hardwired precepts of this world and literally changes EVERYTHING. Including (especially) about God, Creationism, validation of Genesis, AND our very Physical Realm. As I have, you will have to explore the subject and argument for yourself. Flat Earth theory and explanations ARE convincing. But it will take time to wrap around your head

AN ASIDE:

On what other subjects is discussion, opinion and challenges verboten online or shouted down in public by The Establishment

1) Islam
2) LGBTQ
3) Chemtrails
4) 911
5) Moon Landings
6) 0bama's BC and his entire history
7) Dinosaur Age
8) Evolution
9) Russia Collusion (Wait; Mark that off the list)
10) Age of Earth/Universe (1 image)

Post Comment   Private Reply   Ignore Thread  


TopPage UpFull ThreadPage DownBottom/Latest

Begin Trace Mode for Comment # 10.

#6. To: Liberator (#0) (Edited)

Oh, please. Not you!!!

Why do all these science talking heads waste time talking about flat earth? (Not that I know that they are, mind you).

It's because in the info age, digital entertainment is dirt cheap. Also, the planets just don't go around the sun fast enough to require daily updates on their positions, so what else is there in astrophysics to talk about on a daily basis?

As for me, I know that when I hook up a TV to a satellite dish pointed into the heavens, I get a TV signals. While I can't personally vouch for the Apollo missions and other historical claims, I can personally vouch for that one!

And if you want to talk about the PTB's wanting to screw with the population, don't rule out the possibility that they might be the ones that started the flat earth nonsense in the first place!

Pinguinite  posted on  2019-03-28   16:10:18 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#9. To: Pinguinite (#6) (Edited)

Oh, please. Not you!!!

I get it.

As I admitted, it wasn't long ago when I'd thought exactly the same way about Flat Earth as others. Desperate "Kooks!" I was as skeptical as anyone.

I never gave Flat Earth ANY thought. UNTIL...I noticed the PTB began to go on the offensive as though they were fighting a real ideological war. And that's THE only reason I even looked into Flat Earth.

Whenever these people, these Liars, fight that hard AGAINST something, I know there's something to it. The more I investigated, the more the weight of proof shifted. Dramatically. Mind-blowingly. And it does tie-in with the Phantom "Space" program (which I've doubted for a while in any case.)

It's because in the info age, digital entertainment is dirt cheap.

Digital info, yes; digital knowledge, no.

As for me, I know that when I hook up a TV to a satellite dish pointed into the heavens, I get a TV signals. While I can't personally vouch for the Apollo missions and other historical claims, I can personally vouch for that one!

The Apollo Missions?? Better re-load and re-examine them.

Your dish is pointed somewhere toward the sky, yes. Could even be pointed more parallel. There are people who do address and explain "satellite" dishes and the dynamics of accessing it's "signals." I found the explanations more than adequate. Though I understand you likely aren't interested enough in the subject to further investigate the hows and whys.

if you want to talk about the PTB's wanting to screw with the population, don't rule out the possibility that they might be the ones that started the flat earth nonsense in the first place!

Funny you should mention that; That happened to be my default position even as of a couple months ago. I considered it a reverse "CT" to make ALL "Truthers" of ALL "CTs" look kooky.

Turns out the PTB are freaking out, and battling hard against Flat Earth, trying like mad to discredit it. If it's that absurd it should just be ignored.

Again, I don't expect you or anyone else to accept this by my word. No one changes their entire world-view overnight. We aren't wired that way. I took me a while to thoroughly investigate the case.

But I promise you this: IF you are patient and listen to the presentations and evidence cited by some Flat-Earth proponents, don't be surprised if you start nodding more and more. This subject by necessity is very well-thought out and points of contention fully addressed.

Liberator  posted on  2019-03-28   16:45:12 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#10. To: Liberator (#9)

You are right it's likely pointless to actually debate it, and I'm too busy these days and probably shouldn't even be taking the time to say what I've already said.

But I do respect you from our prior patient discussions and I do think we communicate well. And my respect for you person doesn't change given your posting on flat earth, even though I don't respect your conclusion.

I have listened patiently to the arguments that the moon landings were faked, and have concluded that all of them are flawed in one way or another.

I've listened to a few videos arguing the earth is flat. One illustrated the solar system using coins to a table, and at the conclusion, he argued that it wouldn't be possible to see the same stars 6 months apart because the earth would be on the opposite side of the sun -- either intentionally or ignorantly ignoring the limits of his 2D solar system map to illustrate a 3D universe where stars in the northern hemisphere would always be visible.

Another one argued about the south pole and erroneously implied that the earths magnetic poles are in line with the geographic poles, which is also not true.

So no, if I'm going to take seriously a flat earth argument, it must be one made by people that understand the ramifications of our living in a 3D, not 2D universe, and must have a correct factual understanding of things like the locations of the magnetic poles.

As for the PTB's wanting to push a false narrative, it's very easy for someone who is cognizant of covert PTB's that run the world to believe that everything is a conspiracy, but I maintain that anyone who is ready to believe anything attributed to the work of these PTB's is perhaps more beyond hope than those who don't believe any of it and always accept the official word about all world events and news.

But stepping back a bit, Liberator, one thing I have come to appreciate is the overwhelming capacity of the human mind to believe things that are not true, particularly when it comes to religious issues. A case in point is our difference where I subscribe to the Newton model of life and you subscribe to the traditional, Biblical Christian model. I could ask, if you do believe the PTB's could have created all these false narratives, then couldn't Christianity itself be a false narrative dating back thousands of years?

I'll consider that a rhetorical question to ponder.

But consider that the vast majority of children adopt the religious beliefs of their parents. It's the reason why there are "Muslim Countries". It's obviously not a case where adults commonly reconsider all they've been taught as children and are open to completely revising their beliefs because they have new info. That rarely happens. People, in general, believe what they were taught as children and never ever ever change from that. It's the reason why religious beliefs are not homogeneous throughout the world, and that instead, the Middle east is full of Muslims and Europe is full of Christians. I would argue this is a defect is the human psyche.

That you have apparently been open minded enough to consider earth flatness is a compliment to your open mindedness, and I say that even though I dismiss your current revised opinion on the matter.

But perhaps you would agree with me on this statement: We humans have an overwhelming capacity to believe things that are not true.

I would even dare say that while Christian preachers often lament the lack of faith in society, that the truth is that the problem is not a lack of faith, it's an EXCESS of faith. People are just so damn convinced they are right when they are not. We see it not just in religious matters but in politics and many other spheres too which we see in abundance right here on LF. And if there's one thing that keeps me humble about my confidence in the work of Dr Michael Newton, it's that I am not immune myself to believing false narratives.

I remember once in our discussions you stating you were 100% convinced about Jesus and the Bible as God's Word. And I just shook my head at those words and, well, being honest, I have long ago conceded that the day someone is 100% convinced of anything is the day that person should start being concerned about the accuracy of their world view.

We should be open minded and I tip my hat that you have been open minded on the would being flat. But even so, we have to weigh the evidence fairly. And if I disagree with you on the earth being flat, I'll certainly find it easier to dismiss your objections to the Newton model of life.

Good luck to you. As much as that word applies in this case.

Pinguinite  posted on  2019-03-28   17:45:56 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


Replies to Comment # 10.

#26. To: Pinguinite (#10)

I appreciate and respect that you have at least stuck a big toe into exploring Flat Earth research. Navigating through the muck is tricky. I also appreciate your kind words.

There are admittedly a lot of sources to consider. But one other thing to consider which I'd discovered; MOST "Flat Earth" videos and articles are framed to COUNTER Flat Earth and provide controlled-Opposition arguments.

If you are interested in seeing/hearing the sources and explanations that counter your above arguments, please PM. If not, no worries. I realize you are busy, and in the grand scheme of things, this issue isn't pressing.

As for the PTB's wanting to push a false narrative, it's very easy for someone who is cognizant of covert PTB's that run the world to believe that everything is a conspiracy, but I maintain that anyone who is ready to believe anything attributed to the work of these PTB's is perhaps more beyond hope than those who don't believe any of it and always accept the official word about all world events and news.

As with most "systems", there must be a working model where dynamics work logically, rationally, with reason, and truthfully presented.

The best way I can summarize what's going on these days:

The best propaganda is said to blend truth with fiction. The PTB long ago set up a baseline of truth and fact. In my opinion as well as many others, as they began controlling more facets of society and public opinion, what began as a slow boil of the frog, increased.

We may be at a point in society, in civilization were never have the PTB lied to the extent they have while overtly pushing a very specific agenda. If this thesis is accepted, then ALL institutions by default MUST promote and advance this agenda -- regardless of truth.

But stepping back a bit, Liberator, one thing I have come to appreciate is the overwhelming capacity of the human mind to believe things that are not true, particularly when it comes to religious issues. A case in point is our difference where I subscribe to the Newton model of life and you subscribe to the traditional, Biblical Christian model. I could ask, if you do believe the PTB's could have created all these false narratives, then couldn't Christianity itself be a false narrative dating back thousands of years?

I'll consider that a rhetorical question to ponder. That's actually a very good question. And why I always consider our exchanges thought-provoking and fascinating.

In brief: Not even the PTB can control the Sovereignty and Truth of The Almighty.

But consider that the vast majority of children adopt the religious beliefs of their parents. It's the reason why there are "Muslim Countries". It's obviously not a case where adults commonly reconsider all they've been taught as children and are open to completely revising their beliefs because they have new info. That rarely happens. People, in general, believe what they were taught as children and never ever ever change from that. It's the reason why religious beliefs are not homogeneous throughout the world, and that instead, the Middle east is full of Muslims and Europe is full of Christians. I would argue this is a defect is the human psyche.

Hmmm...

Yes, I agree.

"Human psyche...or defect and/OR corruption of the human spirit and heart?

That you have apparently been open minded enough to consider earth flatness is a compliment to your open mindedness, and I say that even though I dismiss your current revised opinion on the matter.

But perhaps you would agree with me on this statement: We humans have an overwhelming capacity to believe things that are not true.

Believe me -- my "open mindedness" of merely considering the validity of Flat Earth has completely caught me by surprise. But then again, if my quest in life is about the Truth, then I can't be selective, can I? With respect to your dismissal of it, again, its understandable.

With respect to your statement -- yes, I agree 100%; man is absolutely prone to major manipulation and deception. That's why mankind is mired in mass confusion and strife, isn't it?

I would even dare say that while Christian preachers often lament the lack of faith in society, that the truth is that the problem is not a lack of faith, it's an EXCESS of faith. People are just so damn convinced they are right when they are not. We see it not just in religious matters but in politics and many other spheres too which we see in abundance right here on LF. And if there's one thing that keeps me humble about my confidence in the work of Dr Michael Newton, it's that I am not immune myself to believing false narratives.

Interesting observation and thesis.

To much extent, I obviously agree with you. All matters of Dogma are difficult to break free from -- especially if they are harmful.

"Faith" is one of those words or concepts that could have wide-ranging definitions and connotations. There is "Faith in the Gospel," "Faith in the Space Program," "Faith in the Republican Party," "Faith in Law Enforcement". We have seen ALL defended excessively as you allude to...to the hilt at forums just like this.

The only "Faith" worthy (for me) would be faith in anything, anyone OTHER than man. That obviously mean Faith in God, in His word. All others are proven infallible.

Regarding your comment about Dr. Newton, humility and false narratives, I have read it a few times; there are a couple different perspectives I was processing from your gist. But yes -- we are certainly prone to digesting false narratives, aren't we? Whether in moments of weakness, lacking enough information, and personal bias and belief systems to begin with.

I remember once in our discussions you stating you were 100% convinced about Jesus and the Bible as God's Word. And I just shook my head at those words and, well, being honest, I have long ago conceded that the day someone is 100% convinced of anything is the day that person should start being concerned about the accuracy of their world view.

*chuckling*

Well Ping, I would agree with you on part of your cynicism of being all-in and trusting Man 100%.

That said, if anything, I can now report and assure you that never have I been more certain of the Bible as the inspired Word of God and Jesus Christ as Savior. The Almighty and His authority obviously lie OUTSIDE of mankind's realm, and man's laws.

Rhetorically speaking, for a true Christian Believer, how can faith in the Gospel and the Truth be comprised? When Jesus said, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me,” (John 14:6) he gave no wiggle room for 98% or 99% faith.

Reinforcing some of your thesis and thoughts, I find the following historical significance interesting and Game-Changer (not in a good way)...

ONE of the major stumbling blocks for sabotaging belief in and account of the Bible just happen to be right out of the box in Genesis and its account of Creation, Adam and Eve. Coincidentally, 99% of all Christians believed Genesis. That is UNTIL Darwin's Theory of Evolution was heavily promoted by "Science" and the Academe as the PTB went on to use and advance it to undermine credibility of the Bible till this day. Ironically, "Evolutionism" has itself evolved into as much a "Religion" as any, defended in many cases as fervently as Muslims defend Islam. So there's that.

We should be open minded and I tip my hat that you have been open minded on the would being flat. But even so, we have to weigh the evidence fairly.

Again, I do appreciate your acknowledgment of at least exploring evidence beyond our contemporary, social constructs of institutional (PTB) dogma. Sometimes the Emperor IS naked. Sometimes quite often as it turns out these days. The vast majority of people have always found it much easier not to rock the boat.

And if I disagree with you on the earth being flat, I'll certainly find it easier to dismiss your objections to the Newton model of life.

Fair enough. I understand the rationale and expect you as well as 95% of everyone to be dismissive of Flat Earth. There's actually a lot at stake psychologically. I don't expect more than 5% to navigate and find the truth beyond controlled-op and disinfo sites. However to be clear, I have investigated and vetted Newton and his research and theories quite a bit -- far more than you might realize.

Liberator  posted on  2019-03-29 12:58:33 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


End Trace Mode for Comment # 10.

TopPage UpFull ThreadPage DownBottom/Latest

[Home]  [Headlines]  [Latest Articles]  [Latest Comments]  [Post]  [Mail]  [Sign-in]  [Setup]  [Help]  [Register] 

Please report web page problems, questions and comments to webmaster@libertysflame.com