βœ… FLAT EARTH CHEROKEE | by Cheyenne


..A Post Inspired By A New Video We Just Discovered By @Cheyenne – Gratitude! Enjoy The Truth πŸ™‚ Strength. GODspeed.

“…[Cheyenne] to the Cherokees, the Earth was a flat disc of water with a large island floating in the middle. The Earth hung by four cords β€” one each in the north, east, south, and west β€” from a sky arch made of stone. This was the Middle World, where the plants, animals, and humans lived. Above the sky arch was the Upper World. This was where the guiding and protective spirits of humans and animals lived. These spirits could move from the Upper World to the Middle World and back to help the humans keep balance and harmony on the Earth. Below the Earth was the Under World of bad spirits. Bad spirits brought disorder and disaster. They could rise to the Middle World through deep springs, lakes, and caves. When these spirits caused trouble, Cherokees called on the spirits from the Upper World to help restore balance and harmony to the Middle World.

Very many thanks to Jenna Fredo for the end clip which clearly shows the Rogers Center from 6ft above Lake Ontario 30.84 miles away. Impossible on a globe/sphere earth… β€œTaken from 30.84 Miles away at Fort Niagara, NY. The Rogers Center dome is only 282′ high. Lake Ontario elevation is 243′.The base elevation of the Rogers Center is 267′, making the total height of the Rogers Center above the lake 306′ . My elevation was 6′ above the lake. Expected curvature is 516.85′ of drop. Rogers Center should not have been visible. The temperature of Toronto, Fort Niagara, and Lake Ontario were all within 5 degrees difference from each other and the humidity of the air in between did not exceed 40%.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__liP…

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Source Video Title: Flat Earth Cherokee

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