DPMS – Axiom II

Earth orbits the sun

The sun also ariseth, and the sun goeth down, and hasteth to his place where he arose.

(Ecclesiastes 1:5) KJV

The human race has rejected empirical observations in favor of theoretical assumptions: IF you were on the Sun you’d be observing heliocentricity, SINCE you’re not, you’re on the Earth, you’re observing Geocentrosphericity.

Heliocentric or Geocentrospheric?

  • IF you were on the Sun you’d be observing heliocentricity,
  • SINCE you’re not, you’re on the Earth, you’re observing Geocentrosphericity.

The actual rationale for why we have decided, en mass, to reject what we can see with our own eyes can be traced to Copernicus, but we have to wonder WHY has this happened?

There’s a lot involved in unpacking the pseudoscience of heliocentricity and we develop the discussion throughout the devotional for April. One of the main ways to demonstrate heliocentricity, supposedly, is to measure stellar parallax. However, this can be interpreted in two very different ways.

Stellar Parallax vs. Matty’s Parallax

We all have the same evidence and observations. If you begin by assuming heliocentricity the observations may be inductively rationalized to fit the heliocentric paradigm (SciPop). Heliocentricity is theoretical, however, the observations we have are of a Geocentrospheric system. Geocentrosphericity is empirical because we have an absolute frame of reference. Heliocentricity is a way to imagine the cosmos from a different frame of reference.

  • It’s impossible to prove heliocentricity unless you assume it first. It’s circular reasoning.

The reason why heliocentricity became the dominant paradigm is because it fulfills the human desire to be free from the judgement of God, in theory at least. There’s no better proof that we were created than if Earth is at the center of creation. That’s what we observe, but you’ve been trained to dismiss this out of hand.

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