Chapter 1 The Moon

It has been made a companion of the earth so that it can collect the magnetic energy that the earth emits and then reflect it back to the earth as needed. This is why the orbit of the moon around the earth is so eccentric. For it always aligns itself according to the higher or lower quantity of magnetism that is present on the earth. But in turn, the orbit of the moon, as the carrier of this substance, complies with the possible needs of the earth for this natural life substance. This is the main function of the moon. – The Moon, Chapter 1, Paragraph 2

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