“It’s the moon that makes it so still, weaving some mystery.”
One of my personal wishes (and dream vacations) is to experience a Fydor Dostoevsky winter in St. Petersburg in mid January, any year going forward. Everyone knows “Crime and Punishment”, but unlike so many of my friends, I did not read the book in my early schooling years. I did, however, remember being in my late 20’s, finally having read it, and feeling a sense of dread, anticipation, and dread once again when I read of the encounter with the pawnbroker in Dostoevsky’s epic; the scene has left such a scar on my psyche that the imagery has never escaped my imagination. So much power, intelligence, yet so much anger and insecurity in those passages…the images have never left my mind. Yet I digress; let’s get on to the Hatybov material already!
A fellow researcher (a very big thank you Matthew Fields from Oklahoma) relayed to me various pdfs, jpegs, and articles from an assortment of researchers who follow in the legacy (or preclude the legacy) of Hatybov . The drawings could very well be the work of Nikola Levashov, or some other astronomer, but I have no idea. Like Dostoevsky, the images give me a sense of of knowing ultimate truth, hiding behind the facade of the images of familiar constructs around us So without further ado…
Drawings from Abroad (and possibly Russia)
Diagrams of craters that I assume are one of three things : the work of Nikola Levanshov, the work of 19-20th century astronomers, or the work of Hatybov :
Beautiful depictions…and obviously the depictions of an artist obsessed with our Lunar Moon.
I publish this article in reference to a fellow researcher who has done some wonderful work in respect to the Lunar Moon. A bit more involved with the idea of the “Lunar Moon being a facade or construction,” this researcher’s work can be found here (and I’d highly recommend those interested in this field of research to check it out) : . https://moonofintelligentdesign.wordpress.com
I have provided this information along with some Russian texts to this researcher, and hope that some type of summary can be provided in the near future. If anyone recognizes these images, please share some references!
Next up, we finally get to Hatybov’s Lunar Wave, and then to the idea of mosquitoes..