so i started to equate these things in my head, hokum-wise, and the moon landing became as implausible as the jersey devil, simply on the grounds that he believed in both of them. and then, once i realized just how many people believed that the moon landing was a hoax, it seemed a natural progression to widen my playful stance to something even more outrageous, and start my own conspiracy theory party and claim that the moon does not exist at all. and this pisses off conspiracy theorists, which is fun, because obviously i don't believe the moon does not exist for real, but people get so committed to arguing, it is fun to watch their little faces get all red as they try to "prove" the moon to me. hell, i don't even know if brazil exists. but so anyway, my point is that this book was a great gift from our beloved bird brian, because now i know the Truth about the Moon. so then there are three explanations given, based on their hypotheses: 1) The Moon was engineered by an unknown agency circa 4.6 billion years ago to act as an incubator to promote intelligent life on Earth. 3) That unknown agency wanted the resulting humanoids to know what had been done and they left a message indicated by the dynamics of the Moon and its relationship with the Earth. but then they explain why this could not be so, but do not disprove the existence of aliens. time traveling humans made the moon, because without the moon, we would not exist. The question of how the UCA could have known that the intelligent species on Earth would evolve with ten fingers and therefore adopt base-ten arithmetic, at a time when the Moon was exactly where it is today, is answered instantly if humanity is the agency we are seeking. Another difficult issue to explain has been how the UCA could possibly have used Megalithic and metric units as part of the message. Indeed, it adds to the message because it makes it very clear that the UCA 'has to be' humans from our future, travelling back in time to manufacture the Moon. If humans do not become alerted to the need to manufacture the Moon as an incubator for life - we would not be here. their whole thing is that the message is mathematical perfection of the moon vis-a-vis the earth. Once complete, our Moon worked its magic and life began, evolving eventually into an intelligent, ten-fingered species that uses Megalithic and metric units. don't expect me to sit around idly calculating the moon's distance from the earth and the circumference and tilt and revolutions in my free time, because that is not going to happen, future humans... but it's good that someone understood this message, and thank you for building the moon because i think the tides are awesome. * if you think i am joking, you are wrong - he totally believes in gypsy curses**, and that is another fun thing to mutter because apparently just saying the phrase "gypsy curse" is enough to cause one to fall upon your head.
The Moon is a mysterious and enigmatic heavenly body. Who built the moon? Is the Moon much older? Does the Moon control the tides? Like they tell us so The Oceans, the seas, their ebb and flow Is the Moon a death star? Like in the movie flicks Is the Moon an illusion? When the planets align, is this prophecy, like the Bible says Or just a giant clock, ever lasting, always Is the Moon a soul catcher? Like the dream works logo Fishing for souls, recycling them, preventing them to go Where souls are meant to be, their destiny, a place of no suffering and pain Does the Moon send souls back to Earth? To live another life, and repeat all over again So who built the Moon?
And at first it was good fun, it was like listening stoned hippies talking about all the weird things. Apparently the moon is so weird that it can't possibly be natural, it has to be artificial. In order to support this claim the authors invoke all sorts of other weirdness, DNA, megalithic yards, Sumerian geometry, black holes, closed time like curves, quantum physics, and planetary motion. Unfortunately the authors themselves get all serious and keep their own minds closed.
And the beginning of the book was solid to, as it laid out the grounds for the problem and began to suppose issues that the moon's improbable existence poses. But all too quickly, the books sink into what I've started calling "Ancient Aliens Logic".
Darwinists criticize religion for the leap of faith required to believe in God while taking a leap of faith with the theory of evolution, while claiming it's settled science. This book walks through the current knowledge of the moon and its relationship with the Earth including current theories of how it got her in the first place. I cannot recommend "Who Built the Moon?" highly enough, if you're looking for something different to read, to make you think about our world from a new angle, you'll love this book.