Africa Is Too Big

Africa Too Big

“The first picture of the fully illuminate face of planet earth,” as was told in a film documentary on Apollo 17. This “photo” was taken by the Apollo 17 crew. Now, this is the full face of earth that we are told. If that is so, this is another proof of a fake photo and that Earth is not a globe. Why?

Any picture of a globe or ball is half the whole surface, right. This is fact and not debatable. Well, take a look at the size of Africa and how much surface it takes up. So, tell me how do you get the rest of the continents on the other half of the globe? We are missing: Europe, the Middle East, sub-continent of India, Russia, Asia, Australia, North America and South America.

Another anomaly is, take a look at the western coast of Africa and how the blue sea cuts into its coast. In fact, it look like it cuts right across central Africa.

So, how was this “photo” made? Most probably it’s a painting as there was no photoshop or other computer software that was capable of doing it at the time.

Sometimes you wonder if these mistakes are not done on purpose. Why? All they would have to do is get out a globe that has all the landmass of the world. Then have the painter turn the globe on a certain angle and paint their picture giving the right perspective, but they didn’t do it. That leads me to think one of two things:

  1. that they have some real dumb people working in NASA
  2. that they want to test the public to see how dumb we are (maybe to prepare us for this coronavirus thing we have going on now)

Thank you NASA for telling is in coded imagery that the Earth is not a globe!

About revealed4you

First and foremost I'm a Christian and believe that the Bible is the inspired word of Yahweh God. Introducing people to the Bible through the flat earth facts.
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