The Outer Darkness and the Moon Map

by | Feb 27, 2023

NEARLY every theologian on the planet will disagree with me regarding the whereabouts of the outer darkness, and no, that wasn’t a glitch. The spinning, wobbling globe which so many people hug to their bosom like comfort food or a night-lite is that location, according to my best estimate. We’re living in it. Oh, I’m very willing to be wrong. It’s not really something that I could know for certain. All I’m doing is putting the puzzle pieces together on flat earth topography and the picture sure is coming together nicely if I do say so myself.

Only recently, I asked you to pull the ecliptic dial off the Prague clock and lay it over the moon map, and what did we see? Only a portion of our greater realm could be read at any one time. If you happened to lay it down upon its current coordinates, which is to say, in league with the circuit of the sun and the moon, then the circle of our known world remained visible, whereas the greater realm was concealed by the crescent. I don’t know if you noticed, but the crescent moon just so happens to be one of the most common symbols in the game of heraldry. I even included two coat-of-arms directly over the chapter heading ‘The Outer Darkness’ just to start us off on the right foot.

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