The Importance of the Vernal Equinox

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This upcoming March 20, 2016, will be the celebration of what is commonly known as the Spring, or Vernal, Equinox.  I know a few of the readers of this site are aware of the concept of the Lunar Wave, Crrow777’s work, and his recent presentation of Lunar Waves observed near or on the dates of the Vernal Equinox in past years.  With that being said, does the work of alleged Soviet scientist Hatybov reveal any importance in respect to the Vernal Equinox?  Fortunately, yes; there is much importance to the Spring Equinox in respect to the Megrez Arachnid Program.  So let’s begin the analysis with a quick overview before diving in the details of Khatib Alexander’s work currently available online. Continue reading “The Importance of the Vernal Equinox”

Cosmic Roundabouts and Thoughts on the Night Sky: An Interview with Cassidy Kring

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One of the better benefits of getting involved in the research of Hatybov is getting some public exposure to my work over the course of a couple of interviews and links to my summaries on various forums and sites on line.  To share my ideas for feedback is one fantastic benefit, but to be put in contact with wonderful researchers on the front line of challenging existing paradigms of thought is ultimately the best part of continuing to publish the material.  Case in point, one wonderful researcher by the name of Cassidy Kring recently contacted me regarding the idea of the construct the Lunar Moon, the cosmos, and how Hatybov might fight with his findings. Continue reading “Cosmic Roundabouts and Thoughts on the Night Sky: An Interview with Cassidy Kring”