At the center of our Milky Way Galaxy is the Galactic Center. And within that center or somewhere close to it, is Sagittarius A. Coming from Sagittarius A is electromagnetic radiation in the form of radio waves. There are frequency waves coming from the center of our galaxy.
Is the serpent held by Ophiuchus really a serpent? Maybe it’s a symbolic representation of the frequency waves from the Galactic Center.
Is harnessing the power of the sun waiting for the sun the align perfectly with the Galactic Center? A combination of electromagnetic and solar radiation?
And what about the moon? Our moon is a satellite that’s tidally locked with our earth. That means it spins on its axis exactly once for each time it orbits the earth in 27.322 days. We call this motion synchronous rotation and because of it we only get to see one side of the moon.
Is the tidal lock between the moon and our earth keeping us in some form of metal prison? Is it responsible for the synchronicities we see throughout our day? How can we see the other side of the moon? Is there an extra day, a brief moment, a small window, or even a special sun alignment that would grant us a glimpse of what we never see?
What if the moon, after reaching full illumination, turned back on its rotation instead of moving forward? We would surely see the other side then. The problem is that as soon as it completes its orbit around earth, it also completes its axial rotation. It’s like someone is working a clock that’s counting down backwards. 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, but before it reaches zero, the man resets the clock to 10.
Is the moon a satellite we control?