I'm going to show you clear, irrefutable evidence that there is an ongoing conspiracy to cover-up the facts concerning UFOs and the extraterrestrial presence in our Solar System and skies.
I'm also going to show you that there are those that are prepared to move continents (metaphorically speaking) in order to falsify maps: specifically with regard to the time zone information conveyed by those maps, so as to hide the truth about past and current events.
Now let's take a look at the evidence.
Maps & Hard Facts.
You will, no doubt, be familiar with different kinds of maps. You will also be aware that most maps feature both horizontal lines: called lines of latitude – and vertical lines: called lines of longitude. It is with the latter: the lines of longitude (also known as meridians), that we will be concerning ourselves with here. Lines of longitude fulfill a very important function: they vertically divide maps of the world into twenty-four time zones that correspond to the twenty-four hour sidereal day. Back in the days before global positioning technology navigators: aboard ships at sea, used two clocks (one set to local time and the other to Greenwich Mean Time) to compute their longitudinal position – from east to west – relative to the Prime Meridian (which is set at zero degrees) that intersects the Royal Observatory at Greenwich ( in the UK).
The important thing to remember here is that time zones do not change. There might well be a localized or regional scheme at work in the place where you live, but these schemes: such as British Summer Time for instance, are introduced for economic/commercial reasons - or so that children are not packed off to school whilst it's still dark ETC. These schemes do not, in any way, affect global time zones that are demarcated by lines of longitude: these remain fixed.
Now we are going to be comparing maps as we go along – so we are going to need geographical points of reference: which are common to all the maps we will be looking at, in order to make accurate comparisons.
Furthermore, what you need to understand about these reference points is that we are only interested in their longitudinal position: which fixes the time zones in which they are located. Their latitudinal relationship can be safely ignored.
The geographical reference points that I have chosen for this exercise are:
We are now ready to start counting time zones.
(Please don't worry if you are a little perplexed right now. Everything will, I can assure you, become perfectly plain by the time you have reached the end of this article.)
Please count from where the Isthmus of Panama joins to South America, to the West coast of North Africa.
I've included this next, static, map so that there can be no misunderstanding on the time zone issue. The maps above and below both convey the same hard facts.
These days there isn't, really, any excuse why any maps should convey/contain inaccurate information: given the widely available technological tools with which we can all put maps together. I mean, anyone can download and install google Earth, can they not? So we all have access to a map making tool that the navigators and cartographers of old would have given their eye-teeth for.
But what if the intended purpose behind a map's design wasn't to inform: but to dis-inform?
Maps & Deliberate Deception.
Please repeat the time zone counting exercise.
Original image courtesy of Sky and Telescope Magazine (via EarthSky.org)
I put this animated gif image together using a jpeg file that is widely featured on several websites. It originally appeared in an article by Donald Olson: who describes himself as a 'forensic astronomer' at Texas State University (which doesn't actually have an astronomy department – according to the University's on-line curriculum), and Steve Hutcheon: an Australian astronomer, in the February 2013 issue of Sky and Telescope Magazine.
Please be aware, I am not claiming that either Olson or Hutcheon were responsible for the massive discrepancy that distorts the geographical and time zone information conveyed by this image – they mightn't have even been aware of it. But of one thing we can be sure – that discrepancy is so massive: continental Africa, in it's entirety, has been moved eastwards FFS, it cannot be anything other than deliberate.
So what, exactly, is this map supposed to convey? The red dots you see in the image above represent the locations from which observers witnessed The Great Canadian Meteor Procession of 9 February 1913. Olson and Hutcheon had undertaken an investigation into this extraordinary event and published their findings in Sky and Telescope Magazine which is aimed at the amateur astronomer. So – as far as I am aware – this image hasn't appeared in any academic publications/papers where it would have been subjected to the rigours of the peer-review process.
Now what was it – about the 1913 event: and the timescale over which it played out – that required this massively blatant application of disinformation to deliberately obscure it's true nature?
My friends, what was seen in the skies over Canada – and around the world – in 1913 weren't meteors: they were UFOs. This is what they don't want you to know.
And I can prove it.
Please read this article:
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Time Zone Maps:
TZM 1 (animated gif)
The author of this work claims 'fair use': with regard to all materials used, in the interests of open and informed debate.
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