|Return Viewer's Guide For Use With Or Without A Small Backyard Telescope|
are five separate Return Viewer Guides.
Each Return Viewer's Guide, version describes the ancient celestial Object that I saw, and the spectacular very special visual event the returning orbiting Ancient Object's forces causes to happen to the light from the Moon and the light from the background of space.
Each version adds more, the same, and or different points.
Also I include thoughts and comments.
I hope that all of the separate versions, added together, will give future viewer's a fairly clear picture of exactly what they can expect to see and the important timing of the order of events during the Ancient Object's next return orbit down across in front of the Moon.
Because I saw the Ancient Object through a small backyard telescope, I am only able to provide viewer tips from the extremely up close telescope aided perspective that I had. I have no idea how far away the details I describe would look to a viewer who is viewing with the naked eye.
A decent, modest, small backyard telescope is all that is required for an extremely up close fantastic view of the returning crossing Ancient Object, and the incredible visual spectacle that it generates with, in, and then out of the lasting and then eventually moving changed light from the Moon.
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It's really there and it still happens!
Now you have seen, and gone face to face, with the all
time greatest ancient human mystery, at the same moment it seems as
if suddenly you are realizing that it turns out that you practically
really don't know anything at all! At least that was the effect for
It turns out that things are not as simple as, somehow
a thing, that should be impossible, does happen.
Well short of any sort of complete understanding,
I can detail this sight.
Although that look, is down, here, it's not as simple
as that. The way the Awesome Good appears, changes. In the first instant,
you see it from a certain position and a certain angle, from close above,
and behind. Then, it turns around! Suddenly the intensity focuses directly
on you through the Awesome Good, the focal point and heart of the lasting
It's not as simple as saying the face of the illusion stays the same, because there are some slight changes there as well. I try to describe this in more detail.
During the second phase of the lasting light illusion
the Awesome Good, the focal point of the lasting light event, maintains
a second new look. The next specific look, the third look, that is seen
down here on Earth is a look, that happens later, a later, a third,
evolution of the Awesome Good! An incredible thing! The main central
way the Awesome Good appears or looks, remains, but it's overall look
the very point, the top of the big main shadow and focus on the idea
of continuing to remain looking at the big main shadow's rapidly moving
Incredible seconds to know. These
seconds can be known by anyone who looks.
The idea is that not only
is there a returning object, but there is an incredible
It turns out that this is just simply the way it is.
This is a sight that will be there to be seen, if you
know to look, and if you know were to look.
This gets into hard areas for me to quickly explain.
At that ultimate instant when the Awesome
Good turns around, you are at your most furthest forward viewing
position. The sudden incredible face to face, lasts, mere seconds, perhaps
a couple, but this point in time does last! Then as I describe, the
very sudden shrinking down of the outer perimeter of the view and the
transition period between phase one and phase two of the illusion starts.
For split seconds you watch the light shrinking pulsing inwards and
the focal point wiggling around and changing.
The telescope size, magnification, (power) and width and
depth of field issues leave me convinced that all I can do is try to
describe how things looked to me. I don't actually know anything about
the friend's telescope I looked through that night except that it was
brand new and unused and small. Your typical average size and average
quality, small backyard telescope. I know that for me personally, next
time, I certainly don't what to look through some sort of substantially
bigger telescope than I did last time. I understand that I will see
from close enough, at least for me, with just a small modest backyard
I wrote all of these separate short return viewer guides at separate times and usually separate from each other. Once again there is repeated material. I thought that instead of trying to change this and change that, so that there was less repeated material I would just leave everything the way it was as not to take away from any one version.
I touch on different topics and try not to explain these
separate topics and points in lots of detail. In stead I have tried
to streamline and simplify the separate viewer guides by using other
pages to try to explain more about such things as, more overall background
information, the phases of the illusion, the shadow, the far slope,
the large and the small shape effects, etc, and the Awesome Good.
As always I try to remain focused on the obvious best part, all of the good, the Moon's light, and especially the obviously incredible Awesome Good, the focal point, the heart of the illusion, the changed light from the Moon.
Return preparation issues are the flip side for me.
It is important that people realize that
they can know that hope does exist.
(I am going to start with a very brief, scaled down to the point, return viewer's guide. The guides that follow will include more specific detail. I am going to try to add to and expand on these details within the rest of the pages included on this web site.)
I strongly suggest that you consider printing and saving
at least one copy of this document
A printed copy of this free file saved somewhere guarantees you that
no matter what is going on at the time of the Ancient Object's return, you
will have accurate basic viewing information that you can depend on and trust in.
Help those around you to see.
This information is important for our time in history
and important for people living in the future.
Fundamental vital information for every future viewer
A Viewer's Guide for Use With A Small Backyard Telescope.
1. The forward rolling, moon
coloured object, rolls down from the area of space above and to the
left of the Moon.
3. As the object rolls forward a large raised surface
feature comes into view from over the top of the object.
5. The Moon no longer looks like the Moon at this point,
instead the Moon looks like a fantastic tremendous valley.
13. A series or group of tall narrow individual shadows
emerge and travel further and faster than the shadow's main wave.
18. The big main obelisk shaped shadow is twice as wide
as the two smaller obelisk shadows that trail, one on either side.
21. To the left, if you see normal surface area past and over the raised area, you have only seconds left! Look back right!
22. Once again, this is important! To the left, meaning, if you are looking at the hard ground of the object itself.
23. To the left, if you can see beyond and over the raised area and you can see normal surface area, look to the right!
24. Look back to the right, right away because there are
only seconds left before it's time to get noticed!
26. Find the big main shadow positioned centrally between two smaller shadows that accompany but trail on either side.
27. The main now very tall obelisk shaped shadow is now traveling very rapidly into the distance of the Moon's light.
28. Suddenly the big main black shadow's point starts to go up and down and up and down very rapidly.
29. The ultimate moment is about to arrive. You are about to see the sight of the Awesome Good from above and behind.
30. Instantly after the up and down and up and down stops, the shadow's point starts to cut to the left and to the right.
31. The shadow's sudden zig zagging squiggly line is now sculpting, and forming, and creating the Awesome Good!
32. Suddenly the race forward has stopped and the big main obelisk shaped shadow is gone.
33. Now not moving forward or backwards you look down on a peaceful and tranquil fantastic scene!
34. Suddenly, in extreme detail you clearly see the Awesome Good's very muscular back!
35. The view down from above and behind lasts just long enough for you to be able to realize what you are seeing.
36. The sight of the Awesome Good gently drifts up closer towards were you will find yourself seeing down from.
37. Also, a flat area is suddenly seen around were the Awesome Good is positioned.
38. Past the outer edges of the flat area the misty white indiscernible area is still visible. I try to discuss this in detail.
39. Each successive newly arriving one way wave pulse of rising lasting light, builds out, then down.
40. Another instant later, it happens! What must surely be one of the all time most incredible sights in history!
41. The incredible Awesome Good, turns around to it's left and gets up to squarely face you all in one very fast motion!
42. The Big Noticing! The sight of what should be impossible has just spun around and looked you strait in the eye!
43. This ultimate very up close, first moment lasts only long enough to go face to face, for only a very few seconds!
44. The instant of the big noticing, is when the light's incredible completely indescribable intensity starts to build!
45. What I call phase one of the illusion, what I call the Valley, is about to end.
46. Between phase one, the valley, and phase two, the mountain, a short transition time period exists.
47. The ultimate staring contest lasts from the big noticing, through the transition period, into the illusion's second phase.
48. The transition period between the valley phase and the mountain phase, only lasts for a few seconds.
49. The outer edges or outer perimeter of the Moon's light, everything that was the valley shrinks, or focuses inwards.
50. This is the same point that the position that you are seeing from rushes back away from the Moon's changed light.
51. During the transition a shrinking pulsing inward effect is repeated and briefly seen, a number of times.
52. At this point the Awesome Good wiggles around, reorienting itself moving very much like a cat about to pounce.
53. This is also when the way the Awesome Good looks or appears overall changes and evolves into it's second look.
54. This is also the point when the rest of the shadows that trailed the main shadow are now sculpting their own figures.
55. This is also the point when the Moon's light seems as if it is finally arriving from over the object's upper right horizon.
56. Instantly after the inward pulsing effect is over the full force of the pressure and intensity of the Moon's light is felt!
57. Simultaneously an incredibly startling sight is seen as the entire area of the Moon's now solid lasting light, rises!
58. Everything that was the valley, the Awesome Good included is reduced in size and is located down within the top!
59. This completely incredible area of intense solid lasting light grows at it base with every newly arrived area of light.
60. The staring contest and the situation for the viewer grows more complicated as the Awesome Good nears!
61. An impossible indescribable situation that somehow really is happening is now rapidly closing on your position!
62. Real light from the real rock of the Moon makes this growing bending column of rock look very real.
63. Phase two. A rapidly rising bending curvingly strait rock mountain travels toward you right up through space!
64. Down within the rock mountain's upper structure what should be completely impossible is seen!
65. The Awesome Good still stares at you but it has evolved and has it's new second look or appearance.
66. The other main shadows have also sculpted familiar forms. All of these forms are similar and familiar looking.
67. The valley is still there down within the very top of rising column of the lasting and very incredible Moon light.
68. The valley is now seen from a higher angle during the mountain phase when compared to the earlier valley phase.
69. The valley now looks like a sunken room. The flat area first seen around the Awesome Good is the floor of the room.
70. I attempt to describe the sights contained down within the mountain's upper structure in more detail elsewhere.
71. I also attempt to provide more details concerning what the overall scene looks like at this point as well.
72. Describing the light's pressure and intensity is virtually impossible. The intensity and pressure are very strongly felt!
73. Seeing is what it's all about. Once you see, it is very difficult. Keep looking! Stay looking! Don't look away!
74. The actual object is rolling much lower in the scene at this point as it continues moving across to the right.
75. Everything you see that is not the object, but instead is light, is oriented and focused on and moving towards you!
76. The object is moving basically in your direction and the Moon's light's light is definitely moving in your direction
77. At this point my view of this event was about to end. I describe and detail how the staring contest ended for me.
78. Below I expand my return viewer guides in an effort to further describe the various sights that are seen.
79. I hope that all of my efforts taken together will help future viewers see sight of the Awesome Good, and beyond.
A Viewer's Guide for Use With
A Small Backyard Telescope.
4. I believe the object may be slightly taller the way it rolls. The object's surface has an area that I call the raised feature. As the object rolls forward this raised feature comes up from behind the object and travels over the top towards the viewer, then rolls down towards the viewer and goes down under again on it's way around behind and then it comes up from behind the object and then reemerges from over the top of the object once again as the object continues it's constant forward rolling action.
5. The object first covers the upper left corner of the Moon. The lower right area of the Moon is the last part of the Moon to be covered. The object crosses between the Earth and Moon at a very low angle. Because of this low crossing angle, the object has time to roll towards the viewer while continuing to obscure the Moon.
6. During the time that the object is in front of the Moon, before the raised area starts into view over the object's top or northern horizon, I suppose, the object's surface has been "rolling," towards you just the way you would expect a large sphere to do and "look." Now the Moon is completely obscured. Up to this point the object's surface "tilting effect," towards the viewer, has not happened yet. After the raised area has started to into view and then rolls forward beyond or past it's top or highest position the tilting effect has started or will start very shortly. The way the surface seems to stop rolling and instead looks like a flat area tilting over at you is the point when the valley is seen to the right. The object's surface tilting towards you effect instead of the object's surface rolling at you effect signals the beginning of the valley, phase one of the illusion.
7. Even with a small telescope your viewing position is very up close to the massive boulder. My view started between five and maybe seven or eight seconds before the raised area emerged. At this point the Moon was not visible. The object does cross between the Earth and Moon at a low angle and the object does eclipse the Moon for a period of time. The eclipse does last. I am guessing that the Moon somehow could not have been completely covered for more than just a few seconds at this point. One of the factors that I base this on is the way my view started with me finding myself, looking basically looking at the middle, central area of the rolling object.
8. The huge object gracefully rolls towards the viewer, at the same time it was crossing in the telescope's viewfinder, moving, "going," across from left to right and very gently slowly sinking. The object spends quite a few seconds rolling, seemingly, towards the viewer's position while between the Earth and Moon. This eclipse is not some sort of huge rolling object quickly zooming across your view of the Moon from the upper left to the lower right area in the view finder of the telescope, as if it was just simply crossing from the upper left to the lower right of the viewer, and then it's gone. Instead the object spends time rolling at you while it is in front of the Moon. The eclipse lasts.
9. Based on my guess that the full eclipse had probably started only a few seconds before my view started, and based on my guess that only a few seconds passed from the time I first saw the object until the Moon emerges as the valley, I am going to guess that the valley starts approximately eight or ten seconds after the object fully eclipses the Moon. It could very well be a few seconds more.
10. The object continues to basically roll at you. Eventually I did realize that the object was going to miss me once it had moved further to the right in the viewer, eventually passing through the middle of the viewer and after it had dropped down lower. Looking through the telescope, I had no sense of respective, concerning many things including size speed and distance. This is a very difficult thing for me to understand and explain. I do know that looking through a telescope does effect how one perceives such things as speed and the size or scale of such things as fast moving large object's that are traveling by at a great distance.
11. Before I bent over for my turn, I suddenly noticed that it was as if a bright light had been switched on inside the telescope's view finder. The object's surface itself is so bright that as I was bending over for my next turn, before I actually looked through the telescope, I could clearly see the inside of the eyepiece and how it was constructed and how it looked all screwed together. The inside of the telescope's eyepiece was totally, completely illuminated. After standing, waiting in the dark for my turn the sudden brightness when my view started was a shock for my eye. At the first few seconds at this early point I remembered thinking that my eye was not uncomfortable and I noticed that I could continue to look at the extreme brightness of the object's surface.
12. As the object's raised area comes over the top of the object towards the viewer, the surface suddenly starts to seem as if it is tipping towards you instead of rolling at you. Look right and instantly notice that it is as if someone has magically clicked and dragged the edge of everything that you can see an incredible distance to the right, way way to the right. Phase one of the illusion has begun. It's the Moon but at this point the way the Moon looks has completely changed. Instead of the sight of the Moon, a fantastic incredible valley is seem! It is enclosed by mountains on all sides. The mountains that go across the back of the valley are clearly visible in the extreme distance. Everything is oriented exactly the way you would expect to see some sort of very large valley to look, just the same way you would expect if you were looking at a real valley down here on Earth.
13. As the object continues to roll forward the smooth rounded top of the raised area develops into a curving type of a vertical cliff. Gradually as the top of the raised area continues forward as the object continues to slowly sink, the vertical area right before the top of the raised area, the curving cliff, develops into an overhang. The area under the overhang is were the black spot of the shadow later suddenly develops This takes place in the far left of the overall scene.
14. Down between the mountains of the valley and down over the object's sloping upper right horizon area were you would expect to see some sort of valley floor, you don't see anything at all that looks like a valley floor or ground at this early point. Instead an even level layer of an effect that looks like the top of a misty white cloud is seen. Everywhere in the valley is like the top of a flat white cloud. The surface or the flat area of what you would expect to see as the valley floor is indiscernible down over the object's far upper right slope or horizon and instead you see down into the area in between the mountains and the smooth level top of a misty white pure clean cloud layer is seen.
15. The light from the surface of the object seems as
if it is spread wide open. The light from the raised area that eventually
formed the overhang seems to somehow remain in the upper area of the
scene and it's as if the raised area has stopped rolling towards you
while at the same time the scene in the bottom of the viewfinder expands
downward continuing towards you. The effect is like the light from the
top of the scene is suddenly remaining in place while at the same time
the light from the bottom of the scene continues forward and down. This
effect seems to cause the object to suddenly remain in place and at
the same time open wide open.
16. Suddenly, and it startled me to see something happening, a large black spot appears, clinging to the "ceiling," up under the newly formed overhang. At first I did not realize that the black spot was a shadow. I had never seen a shadow behaving this way before. Because of it's strange unfamiliar action, the way it spread outwards and thickened as it gathered in more ceiling area under the still growing overhang I just watched not knowing what it was.
17. As it turns out the Sun is basically directly behind and I think, slightly above the viewer at this point. The shadow is behaving normally and naturally but I simply had never seen a shadow cast in such an unusual way before. At this point the shadow just does not behave or look the way that you normally are used to seeing a shadow behave. Plus for me at the time with no foreknowledge concerning what I was about to see, I was constantly being taken by surprise by every new sight and event that occurred.
18. The now very thick and strange looking black shadow very slowly at first, starts to reach and creep a short distance down the cliff face right before it very suddenly drops or even pounces down to the valley floor below. Another unnatural looking action that startled me again! The shadow then immediately starts to race of to the right sweeping across the object's surface. Now suddenly the shadow looked and acted exactly the way that you would expect a shadow to appear and behave. At that point I remember feeling very relieved as I suddenly knew for the first time that I was looking at a shadow.
19. The wide and fast moving shadow looks like a massive
black wave as it moves to the right and travels across the object's
surface away from the viewer at a constantly increasing steeper angle.
Early in the life of the wave of the shadow, before the shadow's leading
edge passes off the upper right area of the object's surface and into
the light from the Moon, there is time to look down to the ground.
20. As the black wave of the shadow races towards the upper right horizon it also seems to start to thicken. As the shadow travels the tops of many crater rim pieces remain in the sun's light above the shadow. Also along the shadow's leading edge many small surface details seem to suddenly reveal themselves. Also shadows are seen crossing and traveling within individual craters. Definitely a feast for the eye.
21. The wave of the shadow does last but overall from
the time the shadow actually drops and then crosses over the object's
surface turning the brilliantly shinning object black, until the shadow
passes over and then off the object's upper right sloping horizon into
the light of the Moon that is there, the valley, only a very short period
of time passes. Maybe only ten to fifteen seconds.
22. Certain things are basically simple and easy to describe and many other things are very difficult to describe. Once the shadow(s) pass over the object's far slope into the changed light from the Moon describing what things look like become suddenly more difficult compared to earlier when the shadow was still crossing the surface of the actual object.
23. As the wave of the shadow travels a series of tall individual shadows emerge beyond the shadows edge. These individual shadows travel further and faster than the edge of the shadows wave. As the wave of the shadow passes over the object's upper right horizon these individual are clearly noticeable and are clearly defined.
24. At first the individual shadows are short. I know that scale is very hard to judge and as a result the way these individual shadows looked to me, or rather, what they reminded me of, changed as I glanced to the left away from the series of individual shadow and then to the right, back towards the individual shadows.
25. Once the wave of the shadow has passed over the surface of the object and has reached the valley area that is the changed light from the Moon, the separate individual shadows that precede the wave of the shadow reach further faster into the changed light from the surface of the Moon and it's as if these individual shadows are all now traveling on a flat smooth surface.
26. At first while these individual shadows were relatively short they looked very much like a fence stretched across a piece of property. Somehow the changed light from the Moon's surface appears or arrives simultaneously when the points of these individual shadows arrive. As these individual shadows lengthen they travel over a flat smooth area that is just somehow suddenly there for the shadows to travel over. This flat smooth ground or area forms or builds out away from the viewer farther and farther transforming the wide flat white cloudy misty area that is surrounded by the steep faced mountains of the valley as it travels. A very incredible sight.
27.When I saw the individual shadows for the first time
I did not actually realize that they were lengthening or traveling away
from me. I was looking all around but mainly I was looking to the right
and to the left.
28. In between the time that these individual shadows are short having first emerged right after the big main wave of the shadow has finished passing over and then off the object down over the far upper right slope into or onto the area of the flat white cloud effect and up to and perhaps just slightly past the time that these individual shadows look like a line of telephone poles, there is some time to look at the far upper right slope or horizon of the object. I think of and call this area the 'far slope."
29. It turns out that looking away from the individual
shadows, the "main shadows," goes against the big main point
of it all but there is a few seconds, a very few seconds available to
the viewer to look over and at the fantastic scene that is there to
be seen down over and actually above the far slope. A very important
point to remember is that you want to find the point of the biggest
tallest widest shadow so that you can let your eye be drawn deeper into
the changed light from the Moon.
30. Everyone should glance at the far slope. It is a sight
that is not to be missed but it is not the biggest most important sight
that is to be seen, plain and simple although this sight is important
for many reasons.
31. Anyway's the point is look, at the
shapes above the shadow over the far slope, but don't stay looking
at the far slope for to long.
32. The most important point is, out of all of
the individual tall narrow obelisk shaped shadows there is a "single
most important," tallest biggest widest "most important,"
obelisk shaped shadow.
34. Every viewer
needs to know these next important points.
Look to the right ... Now!!!
IS CRITICALLY IMPORTANT !!!
39. A main most important group of three shadows have
emerged and together they travel farther faster than the other individual
main shadows. At this point I don't even remember being able to even
see the other individual shadows. It really was as if the view of these
three main shadows was somehow magnified and the effect was they were
the only shadows that I could see.
40. Now at this point the position that your eye is seeing from is lowering down closer to the ground along with seemingly following along behind the three main shadows as if being drawn forward by or even riding forward in the light. Also everything that is out wider that is a part of your peripheral vision seems to naturally follow the flow forward. Now you will have noticed that during the last few seconds, the flat ground is closer below you as your eye's viewing position seems to race seemingly faster, farther forward as it keeps gradually getting closer to the ground.
41. I really don't know if the point of the big main central shadow is actually accelerating at this point or not. It is definitely moving away very rapidly but is it also accelerating? I just don't know. I think of it as accelerating but I don't actually know if the point of the big main black shadow does accelerate or if it is just simply moving very fast at this late stage.
42. By now
everyone needs to have found the big main shadow so that they will be
able to see the first instant in the Moons changed light.
43. This is it!
44. This really is it! The
first great sight!
45. Shortly after the next few seconds you will be suddenly even physically forced to realized what you are suddenly seeing. This is the point that is most difficult to actually realize because of the "impossibly," shocking nature of the next sight. At the same time knowing ahead of time that you are not suppose to feel extreme shock and fear may very well help you at this point when you really do "see," the heart of the changed light for the first time!
46. This is only my opinion, but if a person is able to
remember that somehow it's all about the opposite of shock and fear
then perhaps they may be able to experience less shock and fear during
their own view of this event when they are actually really seeing, and
also importantly later after their view of this event is over when they
are remembering this sight the special way that the shape effects work
throughout all of this.
47. I do and at the same time, I don't actually know this,
because instead for me, it's the extreme opposite situation. I had no
idea that it's all about extreme joy and love. Instead I had the extreme
opposite reaction when I saw and went face to face with the big sight
and as a result, unfortunately for me when I remember the special way
that the shape effects allow you to remember, I suddenly found myself
very involuntarily feeling the exact opposite way that you are suppose
48. The peaceful tranquil few seconds that go by while
you look down from above and behind at the back of the Awesome Good
very suddenly end!
52. Now the very bizarre transition period after the valley
phase and before the mountain phase occurs. The outer edges of the light
from the valley pulse inwards a number of times. The Awesome Good itself
wiggles around and orients itself differently and is evolving at this
point into it's second evolution. A very bizarre sight that I can describe
54. Everything is about to drastically speed up and then
incredibly everything that you see will be rapidly getting closer, "to
you," as once again incredibly the intensity and the pressure of
the light's focusing stare starts to build higher and literally rapidly
rise, right up through space as the actual "Big Thing," seems
to be noticing and staring at you even more intensely.
Stay looking! Don't look away!
A Viewer's Guide for Use With
A Small Backyard Telescope.
2. Although huge and massive, the object is smaller than
3. The object's crossing angle is so low that it certainly
does appear to "the viewer," that the object is rolling basically
in there direction. The object does cross at a point that must be a
great distance, well out from the Earth as well as the Moon. Through
a telescope the object appears to be very close and bearing down on
the viewer as it seems as though it surly must just be somewhere close
and directly overhead.
4. The object is slowly sinking as it moves
from the left to the right in the viewer.
5. All future viewers will know that their telescopes
are still pointed at the Moon.
6. Except for the left side and perhaps the right side
of the forward rolling object, (I did not see or rather I could not
see the actual right side of the object. I try to explain.) the surface
of the object is completely covered with even hundreds of the most fantastic
and unique craters. Individual vertical standing tall narrow crater
rim pieces very neatly circle all of the various size craters. The standing
crater rim pieces have a very uniform look to them. Their thickness
may reflect the thickness of the object's crust.
If you've ever seen "a standing stone circle," down here on Earth, and we all have, then basically, you've also seen a crater on the returning object, and that's also guaranteed!
8. Once the sight of the Moon is obscured by the object
all you see is the massive crater covered boulder very gracefully rolling
9. My view started seconds before the object seemed to
magically settle into place in front of the Moon. Now I understand that
this "settling in," starts when the light blending between
the object and the Moon starts to happen. At first I saw the object
rolling down without any sort of place attached to the right.
11. Steep mountains are seen on both sides with a wall
of mountains going across in the distance. Before the wave of the big
shadow that is about to be cast under the raised area's growing overhang
forms, past the object's far upper right downward sloping horizon, the
area of the valley is as if a flat white cloud. A white cloudy misty
look is seen were you would expect to see the valley floor.
12. As the object continues to roll forward and slowly
sink and move from the upper left to the lower right in the telescope's
viewer, the very smooth and curving raised area begins to gradually
form a smooth curving vertical, rounded at the top, rock cliff.
13. The Sun, and the Earth, and the object,
and the Moon are all lining up.
14. The black spot that I didn't realize was a shadow
when it first appeared, instantly starts to progressively gather in
more of the ceiling area under the overhang to match the object's forward
moving, forward rolling sinking motion. During this time the shadow
thickens and/or gets deeper I suppose depending on how you look at it
or depending on how it happens to look to you.
15. The black spot of the shadow's sudden appearance instantly
caught my attention when it appeared in the left area in the overall
scene. The black spot of the shadow spreads and thickens.
16. Once the shadow reaches over and off the object past
the far slope into/onto the area of the flat white clouds, somehow it's
as if the light from the Moon were the flat white clouds are, turns
into smooth flat hard rock, to meet the leading parts of the shadow's
17. Once the wave of the shadow has passed over the far
slope into the valley area that is surrounded by the mountains there
is a fantastic scene above the thickness of the line of the shadow.
Many many shapes are brilliantly illuminated above the thickness of
the black shadow.
18. Also it could be possible that the light from back
ground stars and perhaps even planets that may be in some sort of grouping
could also contribute to the what the viewer sees. Maybe once the surface
of the object has dropped down to a lower point light from more stars
may suddenly emerge and become part of the fantastic array of brilliant
shapes seen down over the far slope. In particular there are two fantastic
triangle shapes that are seen within this area. I am uncertain in regards
to the specific timing of their emergence.
19. Overall once the shadow has passed over and off the
object into the light of the Moon, the valley, there is very little
time left to do anything other than focusing on finding the big main
shadows point. Finding and following the big main shadows point is the
most important task for the viewer at this point.
20. The object is crossing from the left to the right
out in front of you between the Earth and Moon.
21. Does the shadow reach all the way to ninety degrees
before it starts to go up and down and up and down? I don't know. It
might, it might not. I don't really think that it does but I can't be
22. I spend time mentioning smaller details and points
because I understand that mentioning these points may turn out to be
useful for future viewers. Not because the small details are important
or critical to being able to find the big main shadow. If you are looking
the correct way, "to the right," at the right time, once the
shadow has traveled over and off the far slope," you will see the
big main shadow!
23. If it turns out that the line of the big main shadow
goes past ninety degrees before it strikes, and it might, who cares?
This is a "general viewer's guide." I will be out or not 100%
completely accurate some of the time. Being "completely 100% accurate,"
concerning every detail, all the time, is not possible.
24. I mention the idea about the timing of events.
25. To the left the shadow appears under the newly formed
Don't look away!
There are a lot of details that are worth mentioning but
overall it's about looking at the right place at the right time.
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3. Basically I think that you don't want to be in really close to the Moon. I believe an overview type of viewing perspective will prove to be best overall as opposed to a very tight in close view of the Moon. Once again this is only my opinion. If a person had the luxury of more than one telescope then perhaps both the in close and an overview type of viewing perspective could be used to great advantage. I think that this would only be the case if the viewer understood the fast paced timing of the sequence of events.
4. The overview type of viewing perspective is the type of view I had. This allowed me to see the overall scene. Once the object had settled into place in front of the Moon, I was able to see space to the left of the object and I was also able to see over the top of the object.
5. With the Moon positioned slightly to the right in the viewer everything seemed to be framed perfectly. The object on the left and the view of the Moon, the background for the valley, on the right. If the Moon had been perfectly centered in the viewer then there could be a chance that the object's left horizon, the left side of the object, along with some of the object's surface, may not have been visible to me.
6. The "higher" power small backyard telescope that provides a much closer look at the Moon may not give a viewer a chance to see the overall scene quite as well as the "lower" power telescope. On the other hand a closer tighter view of the Moon itself would allow for a very in close view of the spot were the focal point of the illusion forms.
7. For me personally I understand that the "overview"
type of view provides an extremely in close view of this incredible
event and the incredible sights that form there.
8. The idea of switching from a lower power telescope to a higher power telescope once the time is right is something I have thought of but I seriously doubt that I will do.
9. The series of events moves at such a rapid pace that
if you are not sure the timing you could get it wrong and you could
actually miss the ultimate sight at that ultimate instant in time.
10. My main advice is once you are watching the shadow's
awesome wave and you have located the big main obelisk shaped shadow
you should remain focused on the idea of concentrating on the point
of the big main shadow. The idea of stopping to look through a different
telescope, could turn out to be your ultimate life's regret. I can only
recommend against it. Once you are actually seeing the object's awesome
surface with the shadow's wave moving across it keep looking. You are
almost there and very shortly you will be seeing the awesome visual
spectacle that follows. Don't look away!
11. In my opinion, in the end, or is it actually the beginning,
when the Moon's light very suddenly focuses on you remaining looking
will be one of the most difficult things that you will ever attempt
to do. I do think that if a viewer is prepared and actually knows ahead
of time that they will need to "brace" for the big moment,
and that there is a big moment, then remaining looking is something
that they will be able to do, I hope.
12. During the last return I had no clue that I was about
to see the ultimate sight. I was a young boy with zero experience, no
lead up, no preparation, and completely unsuspecting.
13. That was just the start. I have no idea why I was
not already running even at that very early point in time. Like me,
surely most or all telescope aided viewers will defiantly have that
very uncomfortable "caught in the middle of the road," feeling!
14. Ultimate seconds that everyone should know! It turns out that people can know these seconds and I understand that they will know these seconds.
The impossible, the indescribable sight will be there happening again, soon! People need to understand that they can see it to. If they see, then they to, will know.
15. In the end it's all about seeing,
that's the point!
16. As far as the telescope aided viewers are concerned,
once you are watching the return and it's nearly time, as I describe,
very soon my advice will be only a small help at best.
17. Once the object is sighted,
know that a very special sight is there to be seen,
18. Along with all of the intensity and difficulties that
this brings and that I know, certain things turn out to be easy. Like
the fact that this happens. For me this is easy.
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5. The object's largest surface feature, as far as I know, is a rounded smoothly curved raised area. It rolls up into view over the top of the forward rolling, forward moving, slowly sinking object.
6. Suddenly instead of rolling at the viewer, the surface
area of the object that precedes the top of the object's raised surface
feature seems to start to tip or tilt towards the viewer.
7. The fantastic light blending and light
changing has started.
8. I am jumping ahead a little bit here but this is a
critical point that needs to be understood concerning the timing of
events that lead directly to the place in the light when the point of
the big main shadow actually sculpts the form and the shape of the Awesome
9. Going back, after the full eclipse, the Moon's light is first seen again over the object's upper right horizon.
- The Moon's light is fantastically changed.
10. The rounded raised feature continues rolling forward and slowly sinking. From the viewer's perspective, the object's raised rounded main surface feature starts to develop into a rounded steep cliff. Gradually the smooth vertical cliff becomes an overhang.
11. Suddenly a very noticeable black spot appears under
the newly formed overhang.
12. The shadow is about to drop to down to the ground below, the surface of the object. At first the shadow seems to slowly stretch or reach, gradually spreading down the area under the overhang as it thickens even more..
13. Suddenly the shadow then seems to leap or pounce down
to the ground below. The shadow then immediately very rapidly moves
from what appears to be the left end of the valley towards the right.
14. The object frames the left side of the view of the valley.
15. The wave of the shadow moves beyond the object's far upper right horizon and into the distance of the light from the Moon, the valley, the the right.
16. Below in the scene on the left, the object's forward
moving, forward rolling, slowly sinking surface has moved lower relative
to it's original position when the Moon, the valley, was first seen.
The light from the object's surface area that bordered with the Moon's
light at that earlier point is somehow still there. The rolling surface
of the object connects or ties into the the Moon light, the valley itself
, through the area of light from the object's surface that remains behind,
still there somehow.
17. During the time that the shadow's great wave travels, a group of big main shadows start to separate themselves out. The points of this group of long narrow shadows move away from the viewer towards the distance of the valley to the upper right, further and faster than the leading edge of the shadow's fast moving big black wave.
18. From nearly directly below your eye's very far forward viewing position, three big main shadows emerge from the wide group of now very tall and long narrow individual shadows that have emerged from the shadow's wave.
19. All viewer's need to ultimately locate the big main center shadow that leads the main group of three shadows.
20. Within the three main shadows, the middle shadow is twice as wide as the two outer shadows.
21. The middle shadow is taller and longer than the two outer smaller shadows.
22. This central, very big main shadow is now very rapidly moving into the distance of the valley's emerging newly created floor.
23. The whole idea is to focus on the obelisk shaped point of this now very big black shadow that resembles a very rapidly moving, growing black road.
24. The size and shape of the big main pointy black shadow grows all out of proportion when compared to the size of the object.
25. Defiantly all viewer's now want to be very focused on the big main shadow's point, basically as soon as possible.
26. Once the wave of the shadow has left the surface of
the object, all viewer's do want to look at the object's far sloping
surface's brilliant and very fantastic shapes that remain above the
height of the wave of the shadow.
*1. It may be that
as the object's surface continues moving across and down the light from
previously obscured stars and maybe even planets may suddenly be seen
in the area down over the far slope along with the light from the tops
of crater rim pieces. In the area of the far slope "initially,"
or "suddenly later," I am not sure which, two large triangle
shapes are seem.
*2. I saw these
triangle shapes either just before I looked to the left and then saw
over the object's raised feature at the normal shaped surface area beyond
or I saw the triangle shapes just after I saw over the large raised
feature while I was looking back to the right only seconds before the
shadow reaches the ancient place in the light were it sculpts and creates
the form of the Awesome Good.
This is a general viewer's guide. I understand that a
viewer of this event could easily get lost in the details that are seen.
Many details are seen that I could not ever hope to adequately describe
in writing. As always there is always much much more as telescope aided
future viewers will be able to clearly see for themselves when they
are actually seeing this sea of details for themselves. I try to point
towards the biggest main points and I try to touch on other notable
These points I am mentioning relate to the fact that I
realize that overall there is a very good chance that many people who
are viewing a return especially from up close with the use of a small
backyard telescope may well find themselves lost in the details. It
is obvious to me that I could have easily been looking the wrong way
at the wrong things at the all important instant in time when the point
of the big main shadow was sculpting the shape and form of the Awesome
Good. I could have missed it, even though I was watching the Return.
Certainly if I had of looked left for even a few seconds
longer I would have no idea that looking at the big main shadow's point
is the overall big main most important point of it all. If my eye was
not looking at the very point of the big main shadow, would I have found
myself looking down from a place just above and behind the sight of
the back of the Awesome Good?
As I describe else where, I know that a viewer can join
in at a later point and actually "see," because of what happened
to my friend's Dad who also saw. Certainly it's as simple as actually
looking but having seen the sight of the back of the Awesome Good from
above and behind, I clearly understand that this place that you see
down from is definitely "the place," were all future viewer's
do want to be, plain and simple. All of these separate sights I describe
happen quickly and then they are over.
This is why I put such a high priority on the sequence and the timing of the sequence of events. Once people see a return and they have seen the changed light for themselves, they will be able to look back and understand why I have spent so much time going over and over the bit about finding and focusing on the point of the big main shadow and the part about what you will see happening if you are looking the wrong way seconds before the big main shadow strikes in the opposite direction. They will have looked down and seen the back of the Awesome Good and if that's were they were seeing down from in the changed light then they would have been there suddenly seeing the Awesome Good turning and getting up to the left and they would have been there for the Big Noticing! This is a central and a very important part of a return and what happens in the changed light from the Moon.
I am very fortunate to be able to help direct future viewer's
to this all important place in time in the Moon's changed light. Thank
you for your patience. I hope that many many eye's will all be seeing
down from that place in the light the next time it's time to get noticed.
Overall if that's the way things happen the next time, then I will know
that I have made a difference. I will have done the right thing with
what I saw and what I know. Some things worry me greatly and keep me
up at night. The points I mention in my viewer guides are definitely
not among the things that worry me or the things that cause me to lose
28. The overhang continues to roll forward and very slowly
29. If the viewer sees the object's normal looking surface area over and beyond the overhang there are only a few seconds left!
30. All viewer's now need to very
quickly look to the right.
31. Find the big main point and focus on not looking away at all any more. The sight seeing is over and the big main event is about to begin!
32. There is no chance that anyone will actually be able to prepare for the truly awesome shocking sights that are about to be seen. Even though there is little advice that could possible help very much at all I will try to give some simple advice that I understand to be advice that is definitely extremely basic and extremely important.
33. Simply said, look and keep looking.
This is something that somehow is not an easy thing to do.
34. This has always been a problem for me to understand.
I know this but I have no clue as to how something like this works.
I saw light, solid as if a statue and moving much slower than I think
that light is suppose to move. Certainly I had no idea at the time that
I was even looking at "actual light," when this was happening.
I only figured out that I was looking at light, much later.
36. Multiply these sorts of surprising types of difficulties
with the impossible way that the light actually appears and the way
it "looks," at you "face to face," and suddenly
you have arrived at a place that is it's own extreme shocking reality
that grabs you and forces you to know and realize what you are seeing!
Impossible contradictions that are real and staring at you, overwhelm
and constantly overpower you again and again with every new stunning
37. The entire point is to "see."
38. Focus on the very point of the big main shadow. Allow your eye to follow and ride this most distant and central main shadow's point's movement and you will find your eye's viewing position to be magically drawn always farther forward into the distance of the light of the Moon.
39. Very suddenly the point starts to very rapidly go up and down and up and down. At this point the big main shadow reminded me of a flat ribbon as it briefly rapidly when up and down and up and down.
40. Almost instantly, or instantly after the shadow's up and down motion stops, the cutting left and right zig zagging squiggly line starts to happen!
41. If you are looking, you have arrived! The intensity is yet to strike but down below and in front of were you are seeing down from the sight of the very muscular back of the "Awesome Good," is there!
42. Your eye's viewing position is from just above and
behind. It is as though you are looking down from a height of about
15 - 20 ft. Maybe slightly higher but from no more than 25 ft. (The
size and power of the telescope you are using may be a factor to consider
here.) A second or two, or maybe three and then suddenly the ultimate
instant in time is about to happen next! But just before the ultimate
instant happens the lasting light moves up. The sight of the back of
the Awesome Good drifts up closer when the light moves up. Suddenly
a flat smooth place or area is seen surrounding the Awesome Good.
44. The changed and now sculpted incredible solid lasting light from the Moon, the sight of the back of the Awesome Good, is very clearly there! The viewer has only enough time to realize what they are seeing before the impossible Awesome Good that they have suddenly found themselves looking at, suddenly gets up, and turns to the left all in one fast spinning motion, and turns to face you and look back up directly at you!
45. It turns out there really is an ancient "Big
Thing," and this is it!
46. In this now completely impossible situation the simple
advice I offered concerning the idea of remembering to try to focus
on the idea of not looking away will be at best, only a very very small
47. Also it is plainly obvious to me that the changed light from the Moon is beneficial and good for us. It must be. I don't know how it does what it does but this fantastic changed light does definitely have very special qualities.
48. The view of the valley, phase one of the illusion ends with the "Big Noticing." Now very suddenly a short transition period takes place before phase two of the illusion, the mountain, begins.
49. During this transition time period the view of the
valley transforms downward in in size. It is still there but scaled
down or focused inwards. The first phase of the lasting light, "the
valley," is over. The transition period with it's repeating inward
51. A completely incredible totally stunning
and because of the intense pressure that is felt, an even overpowering
52. The lasting light mountain is rapidly rising and the
"face to face," ultimate staring contest is still on and has
not been interrupted by the transition period's inward pulsing or by
the way the Actual Awesome Good itself has changed or evolved in appearance
during the transition period. Now at this point the full force and intense
pressure is instantly suddenly being felt and literally received by
If you don't want to know don't read any more of my descriptions.
This is difficult to realize. Plus why should you believe anything I
say or write? This viewer's guide is for interested persons. If you
don't fall into the category, click on something else. Nobody is forcing
53. As each wave or area of moving light arrives from
over the object's upper right horizon, and then moves and forms the
next area and solid moving light, it has joined in the base of the mountain
and is itself, the newest area of mountain rising. Once the areas of
one way moving pulsing forward waves of light have arrived and have
finished moving as it's own area of moving light and has become the
newest area of rising mountain they remain unchanging. It's the light
from the rock of the Moon.
54. What happens when you are actually looking at something,
say a tree? For me, I don't automatically think to myself, ah ha, there's
light from at tree. Instead I simply see a tree. That's what it is,
it's a tree, not light. If you see the Magic Light Mountain, that's
what it is, a mountain. A strange mountain, but you see it the way that
it is and that's what it looks like.
55. Certainly this does sound impossible but it turns out that this is what really happens. Ultimately a situation is developing and evolving were below you can clearly see the turning rolling crossing slowly sinking disc shaped spherical object. Above the object, the lasting light mountain, tall and narrow curves to the left back over and against the object's left to right motion and then, "ultimately," the oval shaped "plain," the surface of the Moon complete with the forms sculpted by the points of all the shadows, emerges out from down inside the upper structure of the lasting light mountain. At least, up to whatever exact point in history, the oval shaped area of lasting light,"emerged," from down inside the top of the mountain of lasting light. This is exactly what use to happen and that's that, as they say.
56. Then the formerly curving straight light mountain
turns into a snake like line and the object separates from in front
of the Moon falling away down further towards the lower right. Check
"The Great Serpent Mound," located in Adams County, Ohio,
U.S.A. Ultimately that's the scene. My view ended while the light was
still building at it's base. I did not see the oval shaped light from
the surface of the Moon emerge from down inside the lasting light mountain's
upper structure. I did not see the eclipse actually end. The Serpent
mound shows the changed light no longer emanating from over the object
with the Moon partially behind it the way it was doing so during the
eclipse. After the separation the light has not finished emanating from
over the object. The spiral effect is the rolling motion of the object
with the light still emanating from over it's surface.
58. The original face to face staring contest starts when
the Awesome Good turns around to the left and stands up to directly
59. Suddenly it is clearly obvious that the focal point
of the illusion is still the focal point, and it is still defiantly
squarely focused on you, but it looks different. It has changed! It's
the second version of the Big Thing!
60. The object's upper right horizon "was," / "is," as if a very thick lid being drawn slowly back open showing more as the sunken room rises. The valley, the surface of the moon, is seen reduced in size, now the sunken room, now down inside the top of the mountain, as the mountain continues rising bending curving very directly, very rapidly directly at the viewer.
61. Down inside the top of the rapidly rising mountain of Moon light, the Awesome Good is closing towards you. Your eye's viewing position was returned back to what you would think of as being a more normal and far back viewing position during the transition time period between the valley and the beginning of the rising mountain.
62. Incredibly the telescope added viewer is going to see that this intensely focused light is rapidly nearing. Incredibly, down inside all of this, this now huge growing thing, the Awesome Good, the focal point of the entire event itself, with great speed and momentum is very rapidly closing on your position!
63. Down inside the mountain's upper structure the valley
now looks exactly like a sunken room.
65. My eye went from the bottom of the front of this form
across the floor traveling left in the view finder to the base of the
sunken room's wall, and then up and out of the inside of the sunken
room to the outside, outer wall of the sunken room which is actually
the outside of the top of the rising mountain, the upper structure.
66. Once my eye was outside, I saw how the upper structure
looked and I saw how the rest of the mountain looked as it curved back
down to it's base. I looked all the way back down down to the mountain's
base, then to the object's turning surface, now very much "wheel
like.' The last few seconds of my view were spent watching the newly
arriving areas of slowed down and moving areas of light smoothly and
naturally joining in and becoming the base of the mountain as new areas
of created and unchanging areas of moving rising mountain.
67. This action is actually central to the entire lasting
light event. These new pulsing one way waves that arrive and then join
into the base of the mountain are like the next new frames in a long
stripe of movie film footage. Each forward pulse is it's own layer in
the mountain and another picture in a continuous "movie,"
that "used," to be seen later as a part of and within the
"plain." Also each separate pulse or wave or layer in the
mountain records and stores a "time," in the light with the
continuously evolving influences of the shadows cast off the moving
rolling object's crater rim pieces into the light from the Moon. Each
one way pulsing area of light is a type movie onto itself.
69. As usual this is to bizarre to explain in words or
even simply to bizarre to understand at all. I am able to read ancient
texts that describe the way the light arrives and forms or reforms or
is presented when the plain emerges and is presented. I am able to read
on through these descriptions of what the lasting light does next. I
saw the first part of the sculpting in the light and I am able to read
about what happens next starting with chapter one.
70. I don't know what "be ready," means but that's all I can think of to write at this point. I know we have to "be ready," but how are "we," suppose to actually do that? We need to see the object returning before it gets here but is it possible to actually "be ready?" I don't know. These types of questions and the answers to these types of questions are way to difficult for me. I am able to realize that these sorts of questions need to be asked and they need to be answered. This is obvious to me.
71. Then, unfortunately my view ended. I describe and discuss this point in detail elsewhere.
72. Will the entire evolving scene remain within the telescope's view finder right through the entire event including phase three of the illusion event? I don't know. I think that having binoculars available may prove to be a good idea. Along with possibly enabling the viewer to step back a bit in order to get back from the big sight, binoculars may provide a degree of aiming flexibility that may or may not be required.
73. I think that part of the point that I am trying to
make at this point is that viewer's should try to be ready for the next
sudden unexpected evolution of the lasting light event.
74. First your eye's viewing position moves forward drawn
closer. Then your eye's viewing perspective is from farther back as
you watch the mountain rise.
75. If I saw it I know it and I can describe it. As far
as the rest of the visual event is concerned I have to guess based on
what I read and what I see in ancient depictions. It looks very much
like a small backyard telescope will work just fine right up to the
end of phase two of the illusion, the rising mountain of light, or nearly
up to the end of the second phase of the illusion.
76. It turns out that it's all about the Moon's changed
light from the start to the spectacular finish. Will the entire lasting
light event occur and play out in it's full entirety? Will we see the
world of light arrive and then age and then end? Will we see "the
end of the world," of lasting light, just like the ancient people
saw and describe? Even if we don't see the sight of the lasting light
reach all the way to the end of it's fullest longest potential time
period along with the entire event from start to finish like it used
to do in ancient times, everything we will see will be spectacular!
78. It turns out that there is an orbiting returning massive
crater covered, forward rolling, incredible moon type, moon coloured
object and it's returning and it's just about to roll by again, plain
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