Who Built the Moon?

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The moon has confounded scientists for many years. It does not obey the known rules of astrophysics and there is no theory of its origin that explains the known facts – in fact it should not really be there.

When researching the ancient system of geometry and measurement used in the Stone Age that they discovered in their previous book, Civilization One, the authors discovered to their great surprise that the system also works perfectly on ...
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Overview

The moon has confounded scientists for many years. It does not obey the known rules of astrophysics and there is no theory of its origin that explains the known facts – in fact it should not really be there.

When researching the ancient system of geometry and measurement used in the Stone Age that they discovered in their previous book, Civilization One, the authors discovered to their great surprise that the system also works perfectly on the Moon! On further investigation they found a consistent sequence of beautiful integer numbers when looking at every major aspect of the Moon - no pattern emerges for any other planet or moon in the solar system. For example, the Moon revolves at exactly one hundredth of the speed that the Earth turns on its axis; the Moon is exactly 400 times smaller than the Sun and is precisely 400 times closer to the Earth. They also discovered that the Moon possesses little or no heavy metals and has no core, in fact many specialists suspect that the Moon is hollow.

If our Moon did not exist - nor would we. Experts are now agreed that higher life only developed on Earth because the Moon is exactly what it is and where it is! When all of the facts are dispassionately reviewed, it becomes unreasonable to cling to the idea that the Moon is a natural object. The only question that remains is who built it?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781842931639
  • Publisher: Osprey Publishing, Limited
  • Publication date: 10/10/2005
  • Pages: 272
  • Sales rank: 491,958
  • Product dimensions: 6.13 (w) x 9.22 (h) x 0.79 (d)

Meet the Author

Christopher Knight has written five very successful books. His first book, The Hiram Key, co-authored with Robert Lomas, was published in 1996 and it immediately went into the UK top ten, bestseller list and remained there for 8 consecutive weeks. It has since been translated into 37 languages and sold over a million copies worldwide, becoming a bestseller in several countries.
Alan Butler, a qualified engineer, but always fascinated by history made himself into something of an expert in astrology and astronomy. He has published four successful books on the Knights Templar and the Grail legend. He is also a published playwright and a very successful radio dramatist. They are co-authors of the best selling Civilization One.
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Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Chapter 1 The Dawn of Awareness 3
Chapter 2 The Science of the Ancients 23
Chapter 3 The Origin of the Moon 44
Chapter 4 Walking on the Moon 58
Chapter 5 The Bringer of Life 75
Chapter 6 The Living Earth 91
Chapter 7 The Incubator of Intelligence 102
Chapter 8 External Intelligence 113
Chapter 9 The Potential Message 130
Chapter 10 The Impossible Accident 153
Chapter 11 Childhood's End 170
Chapter 12 Extra Terrestrials 187
Chapter 13 The Mobius Principle 195
Chapter 14 The Mobius Mission 219
Appendix 1 Using the Megalithic Pendulum 226
Appendix 2 Using the Sumerian Pendulum 231
Appendix 3 The Message in Detail 234
Appendix 4 The Mechanics of Eclipses 240
Appendix 5 The World From a Barley Seed 250
Notes 255
Index 259
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  • Posted October 13, 2009

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    Umm what

    This has been scientifically explained in the last few years. It was a collision during the formation of the solar system in which the moon was originally the size of mars and it collided with the earth and most of the matter was "absorbed" by the earth and that is what contributed to the earth's core makeup and the reason the earth has the largest moon in proportion to its size. I didn't care for this book very much and took giant leaps to believe what they wrote. I did enjoy Civilization One however.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 27, 2006

    Good solid facts, shaky theory

    I bought this book on a whim because everything about it seemed interesting. Who wouldn't be interested in a book that claims some proof that the moon is an artificial object? I breezed through it very quickly to get to the Authors conclusions. I consider myself a very open minded person. All of the facts the Authors present are amazing and definitely prove the case for science to 'dig a little deeper'. Unfortunately, the end conclusion the Authors come up with doesn't make any sense. Again, I am very open to any idea you want to throw at me. I think the problem was that the Authors stated their idea without giving sufficient cause for why. And I must point out that the authors pose the question 'who built the moon?', but the book is only like 1/3rd about the moon and 2/3rds a history lessson. A good book to read simply for the facts the put forth. It will make you think!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted January 22, 2014

    Elders den

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