The Flat Earth Encyclopedia

The Flat Earth Encyclopedia

by Drake Shelton
The Flat Earth Encyclopedia

The Flat Earth Encyclopedia

by Drake Shelton

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This book is the product of 15 years of research and debate. I have successfully defended the Flat Earth against every major Globe Earth Apologist in public debate and I feel completely confident publishing this work to the world. This is the most definitive book ever written on this issue and this book leaves no stone unturned. There is literally nothing else that can be said to this issue. I have exhausted the matter entirely and I will be issuing this book to Physics and Astronomy professors in the United States. The Globe Earth is not Science and frankly nothing the West has produced since the time of Einstein can honestly be considered Science. The Heliocentric Model is an admittedly Metaphysical and Obscurantist scheme of thought invented by the Jesuit Order of the Roman Catholic Church in order to undermine the Biblical revelation because of their racial and religious prejudice against the Jewish people and the Protestant Reformation. Western men hate the Bible because of its Patriarchal Sexual model and the immense responsibilities that it puts upon men. Western men want good, family-centered women at no cost to themselves and the Jewish Bible simply denies them that privilege. Western Religion and Academia in general is a cope for derelict people who have failed with other human beings, especially the opposite sex. The worldview of the Ancient Near East will be completely defended against the Roman cope of Platonism and their Religion of a Spherical Earth begun by Pythagoras some 2500 years ago.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798881136918
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 02/27/2024
Pages: 616
Sales rank: 402,389
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 1.75(d)
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