AUTHOR’S NOTE: The following excerpt is from “Greenland Theory: Apocalypse Now” (2014), a shocking new book by David Chase Taylor which explores the unrecognized but mighty conspiracy which has been hidden from humanity for ages, unfortunately to the detriment of all life forms which have inhabited planet Earth.
David Chase Taylor
December 21, 2014
SWITZERLAND, Zurich — Unbeknownst to most of humanity, Earth has a second Moon which is covered mostly by water. Modern terms such as “Blue Moon” (i.e., the “Betrayer Moon”), “New Moon” and “North Star” (i.e., Pole Star) originally pertained to this second Moon which was new, blue, and directly north above the North Pole (i.e., Greenland). The notion that Earth has a second moon fits perfectly into the Counter-Earth theory proposed by philosopher Philolaus (c. 470-385 BC) who theorized that all objects in the universe revolve around an unseen “Central Fire”, distinct from the Sun which also revolves around it. Because Earth’s second moon is mostly covered in water, it appears on fire when struck by the rays of the sun, especially after the sun is setting on the horizon. While Earth’s second Moon has no official name in the underworld, the Holy Bible, the allegorical and metaphorical history of the Roman Empire, refers to it as “Lucifer” as depicted in Isaiah 14:12 which states in part, “How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning!”. Consequently, Lucifer is defined by Strong’s Concordance as the “morning star”, the “light-bearer”, the “shining one,” and the “King of “Babylon”, the former capital of the Roman Empire. The notion that Lucifer and the Moon are indeed one is corroborated by Wikipedia which states that “As an adjective, the Latin word Lucifer meant ‘light-bringing’ and was applied to the moon”. “A Latin Dictionary” (1879) refers to Lucifer as “pars Lunae”, meaning “part of the Moon”, as well as the “fabled son of Aurora”, a direct reference to the Aurora Borealis (i.e., the Northern Lights). Aside from its Biblical connotations, veiled references to Earth’s second Moon are found throughout Etruscan, Greek, Hindu, Old Norse, Proto-Indo-European and Roman religion and mythology, as well in popular culture. Despite overwhelming evidence, the notion that Earth has a second Moon is sheer “lunacy”, a lunar-derived word which is defined as “insanity” or “madness”.
The radiance or light of Earth’s second Moon is known as the Aurora Borealis (i.e., the Northern Lights), an array of dancing lights in the sky as if the sun were rising or setting from an unusual direction. This phenomenon is only witnessed in northern regions of the world (e.g., Alaska, Canada, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Russia, U.S. states which border Canada, etc.). To date, a feasible and believable scientific explanation for the phenomenon has not yet been rendered. Like the Moon of the underworld, Earth’s second Moon moves in tandem with the sun. Consequently, when the sun and the second Moon are aligned, the sun’s light is refracted off the watery surface of the Moon, producing the beautiful Aurora Borealis across the northern face of the Earth. The Northern Lights only occurs after the sun is near or has passed the northern horizon. In other words, it occurs during the evening and at night in Greenland. Coincidentally, an “aureola” or “aureole” is the radiance of luminous cloud which surrounds a figure in paintings and personages. The aureola appears to be indicative of the clouds which surround Earth’s water-covered moon while the halo is in respect to the light which it gives off.
The Northern Lights of Earth’s second Moon are known as the Aurora Borealis which is often symbolized by a halo for it encircles the crest or the “Christ” of the Earth. This is why Jesus is often depicted with a halo around his head for he is symbolic of Greenland which is draped in the light of Earth’s second moon. Consequently, when Jesus is depicted on the Roman Cross, the term “INRI” appears above his head. The letters “INRI” acronymically equate to North Rome”, the location of said halo. The term “Halo” (H+L) acronymically equates to “Forever Lion”, a reference to the “Line of Man” (i.e., the 13 Bloodlines of Rome) which live in Greenland. Because the Greco-Romans originated from Greece, a man with a halo is slaying a dragon in the flag of the Greek Sipahis (1431-1619), the flag of Athanasios Diakos (1821-1832), and the war flag of the Hellenic Army. The dragon or “drag on” is symbolic of the never-ending war that the Roman Empire has waged on the underworld since the discovery of Greenland.
Titan Moon of Saturn
Titan (i.e., “Saturn VI”) is reportedly the largest moon of Saturn. It is the only natural satellite known to have a dense atmosphere, and the only object other than Earth which exhibits evidence of stable bodies of surface liquid (i.e., water). Titan has a diameter roughly 50% larger than Earth’s known moon and has 80% more mass. Titan is allegedly composed of water ice and rocky material and has an atmosphere largely composed of nitrogen. Its climate reportedly includes wind and rain and has surface features similar to those of Earth, such as dunes, rivers, lakes and seas. Titan’s methane cycle is admittedly “viewed as an analog to Earth’s water cycle, although at a much lower temperature.” Although NASA has put a man on the moon (allegedly) and landed on Mars (allegedly), there are mysteriously no clear and concise photographs of Titan in existence. Despite the deployment of the Hubble Telescope and space observations located around the word, no solid evidence of this moon by way of images can be found. Therefore, it appears that Titan is scientific cover for Earth’s second Moon which is located above the Earth in Greenland. After all, Titan exhibits the ocean-covered surface which Earth’s second moon purports to have. Since Saturn is a waterless planet, it’s far more likely that a water-based moon would belong to Earth. Lastly, the logo of the Tennessee Titans football team appears to depict Titan (i.e., Earth second moon). Although mostly blue in color, there are indeed red highlights within the logo which are indicative of the Aurora Borealis (i.e., the Northern Lights).
According to Genesis in the Holy Bible, the allegorical and metaphorical history book of the Greco-Roman Empire, God created the firmament to separate the “waters above” the earth from those below. Therefore, the term firmament is apparently code word for Earth’s second moon which is covered by oceans. These oceans produce clouds which then descend upon the upper Earth (i.e., Greenland) in a dome-like mist form. This is evidently why depictions of angels in heaven (i.e., Greenland) are always shown to be living upon the clouds. Interestingly, the word “firmament” translates to “Raqia” (R+C/K) and “Raqiya” (R+C/K) in Biblical Hebrew which acronymically and/or consonantly equate to “Rock”, an apparent reference to Greenland, the rock of ages which is located directly underneath the firmament. The connotation of firmness conveyed by the Vulgate’s “firmamentum” is consistent with that of “stereoma,” the Greek word used in the Septuagint. The term “Stereoma” (S+T+R+M) acronymically and/or consonantly equate to “State of Rome” which is coincidentally also located underneath the firmament. According to the “Greek Apocalypse of Baruch” (c. 130 AD), the firmament was a great dome-like structure which may be pierced by the gimlet-looking Tower of Babel. Evidently, the clouds from Earth’s second moon hover just a few miles above the Earth’s surface, hence the attempt to breach it prior to the invention of aircraft. The “Jewish Encyclopedia” (c. 1901) describes the firmament by stating that, “The Hebrews regarded the earth as a plain or a hill figured like a hemisphere, swimming on water. Over this is arched the solid vault of heaven.” The earth swimming on water is an apparent reference to Greenland which is an island surrounded by water, while the arched vault of heaven is an apparent reference to the cloud-like mist which encompasses it. The terms “mystical” and “mystery” were evidently derived from this persistent mist that emanates from Earth’s second moon. This notion was corroborated by John Calvin in 1554 who proposed that “firmament” be interpreted as clouds. According to Copernicus‘ heliocentric model, the firmament was thought to be completely stationary, corroborating other accounts that Earth’s second moon is fixated directly above the Earth. The Flammarion engraving (1888) which mysteriously appeared in Camille Flammarion’s book “L’atmosphère: météorologie populaire” (1888), meaning “The Atmosphere: Popular Meteorology”, depicts a traveler who has arrived at the edge of a flat Earth, sticking his head through the firmament. This artwork further suggests that the firmament is not firm or solid per se, but rather a penetrable thick cloud-like mist. The firmament is also depicted as a solid dome that is arched over the earth in both Mesopotamian and Indo-European mythologies, namely creation myths. The Sumerian sky-god An was known to rule the primordial seas above the firmament-like “heavens” which were previously separated from the flat disc of the earth below (i.e., the underworld).
Second Moon in Popular Culture
Aside from the names and terms “Luck”, “Lucky” and “Lucy”, all titular tributes to “Lucifer”, numerous references to Earth’s second Moon are found within popular culture, including but are not limited to: “From the Earth to the Moon” (1865), a novel by Jules Verne which makes a reference to the “discovery” of second Moon by Frédéric Petit in 1846; “I Love Lucy” (1951-1957), a television show that is a titular tribute to Lucifer, the sky-walking second Moon of Earth; “The Wonderful Flight to the Mushroom Planet” (1954), a novel by Eleanor Cameron which is set on a tiny, habitable second moon called Basidium in an invisible orbit 50,000 miles (80,000 km) from Earth; “Stowaway to the Mushroom Planet” (1956), a novel by Eleanor Cameron which is set on a tiny, habitable second moon called Basidium in an invisible orbit 50,000 miles (80,000 km) from Earth; “Tom Swift on the Phantom Satellite” (1956), a novel by Tom Swift, Jr. which features a new moon entering Earth’s orbit at 50,000 miles (80,000 km) altitude; “Tom Swift and the Asteroid Pirates” (1963), a novel by Tom Swift, Jr. which features a second moon entitled “Nestria” or “Little Luna” which was originally an asteroid that moved into Earth’s orbit at 50,000 miles (80,000 km) altitude; “Dhalgren” (1975), a novel by Samuel R. Delany which features an Earth which mysteriously acquires a second moon entitled “George”. The cover of Delany’s book features a moon-like planet glowing like the sun; “Star Wars” (1977-2015), a saga which features the planet Tatooine that has two moons. The term “Tatooine” (T+T+N) is coincidentally consonantly the same as “Titan” (T+T+N), the water-based moon of Saturn which appears to be scientific cover for Earth’s second Moon. The scene featuring Luke Skywalker along with two moons in “A New Hope” (1977) remains one of the most famous scenes of the entire Star Wars saga. Luke Skywalker, which is the main character of the saga, is a titular tribute to Lucifer the sky-walking morning star; “The Silmarillion” (1977), a book by J. R. R. Tolkien which features Eärendil the Mariner, a fictional character of Middle-earth (i.e., Greenland), who was a great seafarer who, on his brow, carried the morning star (i.e., Lucifer) across the sky. “Eärendil” means ‘Lover of the Sea”, an apparent reference to the oceans of Earth’s second Moon; and “1Q84” (2011), a novel by Haruki Murakami which features two visible moons, one of which is irregularly shaped and green in color.
Second Moon in Mythology
Because virtually all of the world’s respective religions are Greco-Roman in origin (e.g., Catholicism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Scientology, etc.), references to Earth’s second moon are found within most of their respective mythologies. As evidenced, all of the following gods and goddesses affiliated with the “Dawn” exhibit one of more characteristic pertaining to beauty, brightness, color, flying, light or water of some kind (e.g., dew, ocean, sea, spring, etc.). Since a beautiful colored moon or star covered in water is not visibly flying through the skies of the underworld, it must be deduced that the plethora of religious and mythological references are in fact in respect to an unseen object within Earth’s orbit. Consequently, said object must be responsible for the Aurora Borealis (i.e., the Northern Lights), a beautiful colored flying light which appears to be the refection of light off of water. Lastly, the term “dawn” (D+N) acronymically and/or consonantly equates to “Den” or “Day North” as the letter “W” is silent and routinely added only for accent. The term “Den” is a reference to Greenland, the third and final den (home) of the Roman Empire, while the term “Day North” is a reference to the 24/7 daylight found in the north. The never-ending daylight is possible due to Earth’s second moon which refracts the suns light one it has passed gone over the horizon.
Aphrodite is the goddess of the dawn in Greek mythology who is etymologized as “she who shines from the foam [ocean]“. Her name was derived from “aphros”, meaning “sea foam”, and from “deato”, meaning “to shine” or “she who shines from the foam [ocean]“. In Hesiod‘s “Theogony”, Aphrodite arose from the sea foam after Cronus cut off Uranus‘s genitals and threw them into the sea, hence her name meaning “foam-arisen”. According to legend, Aphrodite then floated ashore via a scallop shell. References to foam are evidently in respect to the watery mist which falls upon Greenland from Earth’s second moon which is covered by oceans of water. Consequently, the epithet “Aphrodite Acidalia” was occasionally added to Aphrodite’s name, after the spring she used for bathing. Aphrodite is also associated with and depicted with the sea, dolphins, swans, clams, scallop shells, and pearls, all of which pertain to water. Although Aphrodite is married, she is one of the few gods in the Greek Pantheon who is frequently unfaithful to her husband. That is because her Northern Lights are shed onto the underworld, in essence cheating on Greenland, her husband. According to myth, due to Aphrodite’s immense beauty, Zeus feared that the other gods would become violent with each other in their quest to possess her. This narrative is an apparent reference to the non-stop war the Roman Empire has waged on humanity in order to keep Greenland as well as Aphrodite (i.e., Earth’s second moon) hidden. Consequently, Aphrodite is also known to have extramarital relations with Ares, the Greco-Roman god of war.
Aurora is the goddess of the dawn in Roman mythology. She renews herself every morning as she flies across the sky, announcing the arrival of the sun. Aurora has two siblings, a brother named Sol (the sun) and a sister named Luna (the moon). Since there are no other known satellites in Earth’s orbit, it can be deduced that Aurora is indeed a reference to Earth’s second moon. Coincidentally, one of Aurora’s lovers was Tithonus, the prince of Troy. Aside from the letter “S”, the name “Tithonus” (T+T+N+S) is the consonant equivalent of “Titan” (T+T+N), the water covered moon of Saturn which is evidently scientific cover for Earth’s second moon. Aurora is found in Homer‘s “Iliad” which states in part, “Now when Dawn in robe of saffron was hastening from the streams of Oceanus to bring light to mortals and immortals…But soon as early Dawn appeared, the rosy-fingered”. Oceanus is the divine personification of the sea in Greek mythology who is depicted as an enormous river encircling the world, an apparent reference to Earth’s water-based moon. The “rosy-fingered” reference appears to be describing the Northern Lights which wiggle across the horizon like long fingers. Aurora is also found in Virgil‘s “Aeneid” which states in part, “Aurora now had left her saffron bed…And beams of early light the heav’ns o’erspread”. Saffron is a golden yellow color, an apparent reference to the sun, while the beams of Aurora’s light spread across the heavens, just like the Northern Lights. Lastly, Aurora is also found in “Tithonus” (1833), a poem by Alfred, Lord Tennyson which states in part, “Once more the old mysterious glimmer steals…From thy pure brows, and from thy shoulders pure…Ere yet they blind the stars, and the wild team…And beat the twilight into flakes of a fire”. The mysterious “glimmer” is an apparent reference to the oceans of Earth’s second moon while the beating of “flakes of a fire” appears to describe the Northern Lights which evidently commence at twilight in Greenland.
Aurvandil or Earendeis is a personal cognate name which translates to “luminous wanderer”. Modern historical accounts state that its origin is “probably the name of a star or planet, potentially the morning star (i.e., Lucifer)”. Consequently, the Old Norse variant appears in a purely mythological context, linking the name Aurvandil to a star. The only known attestation of the Old English “Earendel” also refers to a star exclusively. The Old English “Earende” translated to “Iubar”, meaning “radiance, morning star”. The term “Iubar” (B+R) consonantly equates to “Bear”, a reference to the Beast of Greenland where the star of Aurvandil shines bright. An epic poem about king “Orendel” or “Erentel” is preserved in the Heldenbuch tradition. King Erentel, son of “Eigel”, is rescued at sea by a mysterious fisherman, “Eisen”. Orendel goes on to take the fisherman’s magical coat as well as his wife “Breide”. The term “Eigel” (G+L) acronymically equates to Greenland while the term “Eisen” (S+N) acronymically equates to the “Sun”. Horwendill is coincidentally the name of a Jutish chieftain in “Chronicon Lethrense” (c. 12th century), and in Saxo Grammaticus‘ “Gesta Danorum” (c. 12th century). The legend collectively invokes Jutland, otherwise known as Demark, the legal owner of Greenland, as well as the Greco-Roman Vikings which emanated from Greenland. The coat is an apparent reference to veil of secrecy which hides both Aurvandil and Greenland to the north. Aurvandil is also mentioned in Norse Mythology within “Skáldskaparmál”, a book of Snorri Sturluson‘s 13th century Prose Edda” (c. 1220). Lastly, the Old English poem “Crist I” states in part, “Hail Earendel, brightest of angels, over Middle-earth to men sent, and true radiance of the sun bright above the stars, every season thou of thyself ever illuminest”. The reference to “Crist” is a reference to the crest of the Earth, otherwise known as Greenland (i.e., Middle-earth), while the sun bright angel is evidently a reference to the second moon which hovers over the Earth, reflecting the light of the sun.
Eos is the Titaness goddess the dawn in Greek mythology who is almost always described with rosy fingers or rosy forearms as she opened the gates of heaven for the sun to rise. Eos is the daughter of Hyperion and Theia and sister of Helios (the sun) and Selene (the moon), “who shine upon all that are on earth and upon the deathless gods who live in the wide heaven.” The reference to “wide heaven” appears to be a veiled reference to the wide continent of Greenland, home to the immortal Greco-Romans. Hesiod states in “Theogony”, “And after these Erigeneia ["Early-born"] bore the star Eosphoros (i.e., “Dawn-bringer”), and the gleaming stars with which heaven is crowned”. This reference is telling for Greenland is considered the Crown of the Earth. Eos is also seen as the mother of all the stars and planets, for her tears are considered to have created the morning dew, personified by Ersa or Herse. Eos’s affiliation with dew is imperative to note because Earth’s second moon is covered by oceans which gave life to the Earth, hence the reference to motherhood. Eos is also known as the bringer of light, the “One Above”, “Who Travels High Above the Earth” and “The Divine”, all characteristics of Earth’s second moon. The Greek poet Quintus Smyrnaeus depicted her radiant horses of Lampus and Phaëton which drew her chariot, climbing the arc of heaven and scattering sparks of fire or the Aurora Borealis (i.e., the Northern Lights). Phaeton is coincidentally also the name of a mythical planet which was allegedly situated between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter whose destruction allegedly led to the formation of the asteroid belt. Eos is also the daughter of Theia. Coincidentally, Theia is also the name of a Mars-sized planet believed to have collided with the Earth roughly 4.5 billion years ago, creating the Moon of the underworld. In the epic Greek poem the “Odyssey”, Eos’ horses are named “Daybright” and “Firebright” and apparent references to the respective brightness of Earth’s second moon. During the day the moon is “Daybright” (blue) while at night the moon is “Firebright” (red and orange). The change in color is evidently due to the light of the sun which is refracted off the moons watery surface when the sun on or past the horizon (i.e., sunset).
Hausōs is the goddess of the dawn in Proto-Indo-European religion who is personified as a beautiful young woman. The name “h₂ewsṓs” is derived from a root “h₂wes” and “au̯es” which translates to “shine” or the “the shining one”. Hausos is also the goddess of spring who is liberated from prison within the mythology of the Indo-European New Year. Her abduction, imprisonment and subsequent liberation by a heroic dragon-slaying god is a central myth in Indo-European religion that is reflected in numerous traditions. The notion that Hausos is in prison likely stems from the fact that Earth’s second moon is stationary above the Earth. The reference to a dragon slaying god is an apparent reference to G.O.D. (i.e., Greenland of Denmark) who slays the dragon or “drag on” which is symbolic of the never-ending war that the Roman Empire has waged on the underworld since the discovery of Greenland and Earth’s second moon.
Hesperus is the personification of the “Evening Star” in Greek mythology (i.e., “Firebright”). He is the son of the dawn goddess Eos and the half-brother of her other son, Phosphorus. Hesperus’ name is sometimes conflated with the names for his brother, Phosphorus, the personification of the “Morning Star”, Eosphorus, the “Bearer of Dawn”, the “Bearer of Light”, or Lucifer. Consequently, when being named by the ancient Greeks, it was thought that Eosphorus and Hesperus were two different celestial objects. The Greeks later accepted the Babylonian view that the two were indeed the same celestial body.
In the philosophy of language, “Hesperus is Phosphorus” is a famous sentence in relation to the semantics of proper names. Gottlob Frege used the terms “the evening star” (der Abendstern) and “the morning star” (der Morgenstern) to illustrate his distinction between sense and reference.
Oceanus is a divine figure believed by the Greeks and Romans to be the divine personification of the sea, an enormous river encircling the world. Oceanus is also referred to as the ocean-stream which floated the habitable hemisphere. Some scholars believe that Oceanus originally represented all bodies of salt water, including the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, the two largest bodies known to the ancient Greeks. Oceanus’ consort is his sister Tethys, and from their union came the ocean nymphs, also known as the three-thousand Oceanids, and all the rivers of the world, fountains, and lakes. In short, Oceanus represents Earth’s water-covered second moon which is ultimately responsible for all the water found on Earth. In Greek mythology, this ocean-world was personified as a Titan, a son of Uranus and Gaea. Titan is coincidentally the name of the water-covered moon of Saturn which is evidently scientific cover for Earth’s second moon (i.e., Oceanus). Consequently, in Hellenistic and Roman mosaics, Titan was often depicted as having the upper body of a man with a long beard and the claws of a crab, along with a lower body of the monster Typhon. On a fragmentary archaic vessel from circa 580 BC, Oceanus is depicted with a fish-tail along with a fish in one hand and a serpent in the other. In Roman mosaics such as the Bardo, Oceanus is depicted carrying a steering-oar or cradling a ship. Oceanus’s role in the Titanomachy is quite revealing and may be an allegory for the formation of the Earth. Nonnus, Dionysiaca states, “Now Okeanos poured rivers of tears from his watery eyes, a libation of suppliant prayer. Then Zeus claimed his wrath at the sight of the scorched earth; he pitied her, and wished to wash with water the ashes of ruin and the fiery wounds of the land. Then Rainy Zeus covered the whole sky with clouds and flooded all the earth [in the Great Deluge of Deukalion]”. Based on this account, it can be deduced that the Greco-Roman believe that Oceanus was vital to the formation of life on Earth. The “Iliad” refers to Oceanus as “…running round the shield-rim, triple-ply, he pictured all the might of the Ocean stream”. The stream of Oceanus is evidently the mist which falls from Earth’s second moon down to Earth, spawning the world’s oceans, rivers and streams. The “shield-rim” is an apparent reference to the northern rim of the Earth which the light of Oceanus falls upon (i.e., the Northern Lights). Also in the Iliad, Odysseus and Nestor walk together along the shore of the sounding sea where they prey to Oceanus, “the great Sea-god who girdles the world”. The term “girdle” is defined in part as “the edge of a brilliant that is grasped by the setting”, an apparent reference to Earth’s brilliant second moon. In Greek mythology, Heracles forced Oceanus to lend him his golden bowl, in order to cross the wide expanse of the Ocean on his trip to the Hesperides. When Oceanus refused and tossed the bowl about, Heracles threatened him and stilled his waves. Based on this myth, it can be deduced that Earth’s second moon (i.e., Oceanus) is relatively wave-less and calm, unlike the oceans of Earth. Hecateus of Abdera wrote that the Oceanus is neither the Arctic Ocean nor Western Ocean, but the sea located to the north of the ancient Greek world which is called “the most admirable of all seas” by Herodotus and the “immense sea” by Pomponius Mela. According to legend, at the end of the “Okeanos Potamos” is the holy island of Alba (i.e., Greenland), the sacred home to Pelasgian Apollo. Hecateus of Abdera refers to Apollo‘s island from the region of the Hyperboreans, in the Oceanus. In other words, Greenland is in or under Oceanus. In the Bibliotheca, Leto is the Hyperborean goddess who “gave birth to the great god of the antique light”, an apparent reference to the second moon of Earth (i.e., Oceanus).
Phosphorus is the personification of the “Morning Star” in Greek mythology (i.e., “Daybright”). He is the son of the dawn goddess Eos and is the half-brother of her other son, Hesperus, the personification of the “Evening Star”. Phosphorus equates to the “Morning Star” (i.e., Lucifer), “daystar”, “shining one” and “shining star”. Another Greek term for “Morning Star” is Heosphoros which means “Dawn-Bringer”. The Latin poet Ovid, spoke of Phosphorus and Hesperus as being identical for they represent the respective brightness of Earth’s second moon during the day and at night. Consequently, the “Morning Star” is entitled Phosphorus while the “Evening Star” is entitled Hesperus. When being named by the ancient Greeks, it was thought that Eosphorus and Hesperus were two different celestial objects. The Greeks later accepted the Babylonian view that the two were indeed the same celestial body. In the philosophy of language, “Hesperus is Phosphorus” is a famous sentence in relation to the semantics of proper names. Gottlob Frege used the terms “the evening star” (der Abendstern) and “the morning star” (der Morgenstern) to illustrate his distinction between sense and reference. Lastly, the chemical compound phosphorus emits a faint glow upon exposure to oxygen, hence its name in mythology meaning “light-bearer” (i.e., the “Morning Star“).
Thesan is the light and sky goddess of the dawn in Etruscan mythology. Her name means “Dawn” with related words such as “thesi” translating to “illumination” and “thesviti” translating to “clear or famous”. Thesan is also associated with the Etruscan word “thesanthei”, meaning “divining” or “brilliant”. She is generally depicted in Etruscan art, like many other Etruscan Goddesses, with a great pair of wings from her back. Thesan is often depicted with a halo, wearing a chiton and diagonal himation that flows in the breeze.
Ushas is a Hindu and Vedic deity whose name is Sanskrit for “Dawn“. She is often spoken of in plural (i.e., “the Dawns”) for Earth’s second moon is referred to by different names during the day and night due to its transformation of color and light. Ushas wards off evil spirits of the night for there is never complete and utter darkness in Greenland, due to the light which Ushas reflects form the sun. She is depicted as a beautiful young woman who rides a golden chariot on her way across the sky. Due to her color she is often identified with the reddish cows, an apparent reference to the Aurora Borealis (i.e., the Northern Lights) which she exhibits in the evening. Of the 1,028 hymns in the “Rigveda” (c. 1700 BC), a total of 20 are dedicated to Ushas. Rigveda 6.64.1-2 states in part, “The radiant Dawns have risen up for glory, in their white splendor like the waves of waters….We see that thou art good: far shines thy lustre; thy beams, thy splendors have flown up to heaven. Decking thyself, thou makest bare thy bosom, shining in majesty, thou Goddess Morning”. The references to “waves of water” and “Goddess Morning” are indicative of Earth’s second moon which is mostly covered in water. Sri Aurobindo states in his “Secret of the Veda” that Ushas is “the medium of the awakening…she is the first condition of the Vedic realization…By her increasing illumination the whole nature of man is clarified; through her [mankind] arrives at the Truth, through her he enjoys [Truth's] beatitude”. In other words, once Earth’s second moon becomes public knowledge, the entire nature of the Line of Man (i.e., the 13 Bloodlines of Rome) is exposed for humanity has finally arrived at the “Truth” which has been hidden for centuries.
Second Moon in Holy Bible
Aside from the Firmament, the New Moon , the Pillar of Fire, the Pillar of Cloud, and the Morning Star, all of which are references to Earth’s second moon in the Holy Bible, the allegorical and metaphorical history of the Roman Empire, there are at least three other Biblical passages dealing with Earth’s second moon. Firstly, Joshua 10:12 states, “Then spake Joshua to the Lord in the day when the Lord delivered up the Amorites before the children of Israel, and he said in the sight of Israel, Sun, stand thou still upon Gibeon; and thou, Moon, in the valley of Ajalon.” The passage is an apparent reference to the sun’s refraction off of Earth’s second moon of water which makes it appear as if the sun is always present. The fact both the sun and the moon are referenced in the same verse is telling. Secondly, Joshua 10:13 states, “And the sun stood still, and the moon stayed, until the people had avenged themselves upon their enemies. Is not this written in the book of Jasher? So the sun stood still in the midst of heaven, and hasted not to go down about a whole day”. Because Greenland and parts of northern Canada and Russia experience light from the sun via Earth’s second moon, the reference to a stationary sun and moon are confirmation of Earth’s second Moon, albeit in a de facto manner. In other words, the sun is always present because it is either directly shining or is being refracted via the ocean covered moon after it has set. Therefore, the light of the sun is always present via the moon which is stationary in heaven atop the Earth. Thirdly, Isaiah 14:12 states, “How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!”. The light of Lucifer (i.e., the “Morning Star”) falls from heaven down to the ground, an apparent reference the Aurora Borealis (i.e., the Northern Lights) which falls from heaven onto many nations (e.g., Canada, Russia, Iceland, Norway, U.S., etc.). Lastly, Isaiah 30:26 states, “Moreover the light of the moon shall be as the light of the sun, and the light of the sun shall be sevenfold, as the light of seven days, in the day that the Lord bindeth up the breach of his people, and healeth the stroke of their wound”. The notion that the moon could be as bright as the sun is only possible if the moon is directly reflecting the light of the sun, something only a mirror-like water-covered moon could accomplish. The sevenfold increase in the sun’s light is a reference to the refraction of the sun’s light off the ocean-covered moon which is subsequently projected out 360° via the Aurora Borealis.
Pillar of Cloud & Fire in Holy Bible
Because Earth’s second moon is mostly covered by oceans, it also contains clouds. The moon is visually blue and cloudy during the day (similar to Earth) while fire-colored at night due to the sun’s light which refracts off its liquid surface. Consequently, there are 14 references to Earth’s second moon in the Holy Bible, the allegorical and metaphorical history of the Roman Empire. Although the Pillar of Fire and the Pillar of Cloud are depicted as manifestations of the presence of the God of Israel in the Torah, they are veiled references to Earth’s second moon which is cloudy by day and fiery by night. The term “Pillar” (P+L+R) acronymically and/or consonantly equates to “Pi Lair”. The term “Pi” is a direct reference to Greenland, the “lair” or home of the Roman Empire. The number “14” is telling numerologically speaking for it equates to the letter “N” in the Roman-English alphabet, an acronym for “North”, the location of Earth’s second Moon. The cloudy surface of Earth’s second Moon is coincidentally found within Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden” (1530), a painting by Lucas Cranach the Elder which depicts a moon-like object surrounded by clouds within the Garden of Eden (i.e., Greenland). Although there is a face in the center of the cloud (i.e., Man in the Moon) it appears to be an artistic rendition of Earth’s second Moon as seen with the naked eye.
Hypothetical Solar System Objects
The notion that Earth may possess other natural satellites besides the known moon is curiously addressed by Wikipedia via their page entitled “Other Moon of Earth”. Predictably, it states that “Several candidates have been proposed, but not proven, and the Moon remains Earth’s only known natural satellite.” However, there is a long list of hypothetical Solar System objects which were either real encounters with Earth’s second moon or were fabricated as scientific cover to hide the notion that a second moon exists. Regardless, if scientists in the underworld ever witness Earth’s second Moon (which they likely already have), one of the following 15 hypothetical moons, planets or stars will likely be cited as the cause of the sighting. Hypothetical objects identified without our Solar System include but are not limited to Chiron: Chiron, a moon of Saturn supposedly sighted by Hermann Goldschmidt in 1861; Fifth Planet: Fifth planet, historical speculation about a planet between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter; Hypothetical Fifth Gas Giant: Hypothetical fifth gas giant originally in an orbit between Saturn and Uranus, which was subsequently flung out of the Solar System into interstellar space after a close encounter with Jupiter; Lilith: Lilith, the name given to a hypothetical second moon of Earth by astrologer Dr. Walter Gorn Old in 1918. Gorn Old allegedly took the name Lilith from a medieval Jewish legend where she is described as the first wife of Adam. The term “Adam” (D+M) equates to “Dome”, an apparent reference to Greenland, the dome of the Earth; Mercury’s Moon: Mercury’s moon, hypothesized to account for an unusual pattern of radiation detected by Mariner 10 in the vicinity of the planet; Neith: Neith, a purported moon of Venus, falsely detected by a number of telescopic observers in the 17th and 18th centuries; Nemesis: Nemesis, a brown or red dwarf whose existence was suggested in 1984 by physicist Richard A. Muller; Phaeton: Phaeton, a planet situated between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter whose destruction supposedly led to the formation of the asteroid belt; Planet V: Planet V, a planet thought by John Chambers and Jack Lissauer to have once existed between Mars and the asteroid belt, based on computer simulations; Planet X: Planet X, a hypothetical planet beyond Neptune. Initially employed to account for supposed perturbations (systematic deviations) in the orbits of Uranus and Neptune, belief in its existence ultimately inspired the search for Pluto; Theia: Theia, a Mars-sized impactor believed to have collided with the Earth roughly 4.5 billion years ago, an event which allegedly created the Moon; Themis: Themis, a moon of Saturn which astronomer William Pickering claimed to have discovered in 1905; Tyche: Tyche, a hypothetical planet in the Oort Cloud supposedly responsible for producing the statistical excess in long period comets in a band; Vulcan: Vulcan, a hypothetical planet once believed to exist inside the orbit of Mercury; and Vulcanoids: Vulcanoids, a ring of asteroids which may exist within a gravitationally stable region inside Mercury’s orbit.
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