It is perfectly circular in orbit - a natural object should not be perfectly circular in orbit, it should be a sling shot pattern or an ellipse. Incidentally, as mentioned previously, Phobos and Deimos, two small satellite moons of Mars, are the only other two perfectly circulating orbiting objects in the solar system - coincidence?

The Moon just happens to cover the Sun’s disc completely during solar eclipses? This in itself is a remarkable coincidence for our Moon is of just the right size and just the right distance from Earth to obscure the Sun’s disc at certain times and movements. The coincidence of this alone is regarded by some as beyond chance.

It has a precise size ratio of 11:3, which is a very interesting combination as this is precisely the size ratio needed to complete the squaring the circle diagram. Yet, if we look at the mass of the Earth to the Moon it is 81:1, which means that it is far lighter than its quarter volume size should be. This again ties up with the idea that it is hollow. One would expect a more reasonable figure of volume to include a higher fraction for the Moon. Interestingly, 81= 9 x 9 and also there are 81 naturally occurring elements in the periodic table. This is because two, Technetium and Promethium, No 43 and No 61, are radioactive and transmute to other elements in a small number of days after they are produced. So the number 81 is a very interesting number and that it should be found in the ratio of mass from Earth to Moon is correspondingly an extreme coincidence.

Next we come to the Moon’s rotation, which is exactly synchronised so that we only ever see one side of it from Earth. This in itself, again, is a bizarre coincidence. Also that there are 13 moon cycles to a year and therefore our natural calendar should contain 13 months of 28 days with one day over, which would be considered an aboriginal calendar, and one that is in harmony with the Earth and the Moon. Yet for reasons of control from authority we are forced to have a 12-month year, which makes our biological systems not work so smoothly. This may or may not be deliberate as a control mechanism? But in the end one has to be sceptical and assume that this was in fact a deliberate attempt to throw humanity off balance, for harmonic aboriginal people are quite hard to control, because they are in tune with their environment and therefore do not respond to fear based control mechanisms that are used.

The surface of the Moon is completely different on the far side to the side that faces us and really it should be the same. If it has had equal bombardment from meteorites over the course of its history then both sides of the Moon should be equally cratered. This in itself is a tremendous anomaly and caused great consternation when the first pictures of the far side of the Moon, which was then called the dark side. But of course the Moon’s day is two weeks long and both sides are bathed in light so the far side is a better and more accurate description. It may have given risen to Gary Larsen’s Far Side cartoon strip for as a name the far side is a complete farce and does not match up with the near side of the Moon, so much so as to be hilarious!

The next fact is the fact that the Moon bulges and yet this anomalous bulge is away from the Earth on the far side of the Moon and not on the near side as one would expect with the constant gravitational pull of the Earth. Therefore we have to assume that this bulge did not occur whilst the Moon was in orbit for, had it geologically settled, then the bulge would have been towards the Earth.

The surface of the Moon has an unusually large proportion of Titanium, something in the order of 10%. This in itself is completely bizarre as Titanium should be found within and combined with the rocks beneath. It is such a high percentage that it is considered worth economically to mine.

No crater is more than 4 miles deep even though the diameter of some may be as much as 70 miles across. From elementary science we know that the larger the object that hits a surface, the bigger the crater. This is a simple classroom experiment. Yet, here we see with the Moon, that the large craters are no deeper than the relatively small craters - again an anomaly.

The rocks on the surface have widely ranging ages from 4 billion years to 20 billion years yet, as we know, the universe is only thought to be 15 billion years old. This caused NASA so much trouble that they labelled the door of the rock analysis laboratory ‘The Looney Bin’ because of the confusion that was found with similar rocks next door to each other on the surface of the Moon having such widely ranging ages.

The surface of the Moon can be observed to be dusty on the videos from NASA, yet dust cannot exist in a vacuum, as it only forms with air. It should therefore be less dusty.

The lunar sidereal month is 27.3 days, which matches the acceleration of the Moon of 27.3 centimetres per second per second - again, a total coincidence. The Moon’s radius is 0.273 times that of the Earth’s radius - another bizarre coincidence - or is it? The coldest temperature in the universe -273 Degrees Celsius and the average gestation period for a human being 273 days - need I say more!

The combined radii of Earth, 3,960 miles, and the Moon, 1,080, miles equals 5,040 miles, which is exactly 1 times 2 times 3 times 4 times 5 times 6 times 7 or 7 times 8 times 9 times 10, which equals 5,040! Incidentally, for good measure, 8 times 9 times 10 times 11 equals 7,920, which is the number of miles diameter of the Earth. Plato considered 5,040 to be the perfect number for the population of Atlantis and used it in his various musings about geometry as a key number - again another interesting coincidence.

Finally, the Earth/Moon ratio of 11:3 gives the answer to the geometric conundrum of ancient times known as squaring the circle. This, again, is far beyond coincidence. We will see how squaring the circle is integral to not only our physical bodies and the ratio of our satellite to its moon, but also in the profound impact on consciousness with humanity to do with sacred architecture from Stonehenge to Chartres Cathedral.

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