I am going to try to post this topic again and PLEASE understand I was not on drugs when it happened. THE MOON was almost a full eclipse while it was hovering over the sunset which is IMPOSSIBLE.

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    Sep 06, 2014 11:50 PM GMT
    Swear it was about a week or a little over a week ago. I was walking home from the grocery store and looked up and saw a HUGE moon with about a 90 percent eclipse as it was hovering literally over the sunset over the Pacific Ocean. I was disinterested to much degree because I have lost a lot of interest in life anymore. But my mind kept trying to put the two facts together but they don't make sense as to how it could have happened. I don't know why nobody else noticed this. It WAS a planet shadow over the moon I SWEAR TO GOD IT WAS!!! I know what an eclipse looks like or even when the earth casts a shadow on the moon when it is on the opposite side as the sun. What I saw was TRULY real and yet I remember looking at it then looking down again at the ground like I always do. But it was magnificent.
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    Sep 06, 2014 11:53 PM GMT
    well, what u see is different from what others see.

    thanks for sharing.
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    Sep 06, 2014 11:58 PM GMT
    leafgreen saidwell, what u see is different from what others see.

    thanks for sharing.


    I SWEAR I was looking at contours of the shadow and the moon was super huge that early dusk moment. The sky was still lit up over the Pacific Ocean. The sun had not even totally set yet. The moon was just off to the right of it looking west.
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    Sep 07, 2014 4:43 AM GMT
    leafgreen saidwell, what u see is different from what others see.

    thanks for sharing.


    I vote for "on drugs" or "schizophrenia / bipolar disorder".
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    Sep 07, 2014 4:51 AM GMT
    GAMRican said
    leafgreen saidwell, what u see is different from what others see.

    thanks for sharing.


    I vote for "on drugs" or "schizophrenia / bipolar disorder".


    why did you quote me.
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    GAMRican said
    leafgreen saidwell, what u see is different from what others see.

    thanks for sharing.


    I vote for "on drugs" or "schizophrenia / bipolar disorder".


    I have never hallucinated in my entire life in spite of my mental disorder. In fact if it were a small moon I would have doubted it myself but the moon was fucking huge. I wasn't even interested in it at the moment. It took me two days to realize what I saw meant something. Right now it is the only spiritual thing I can hang onto in order to WANT to stay alive. I haven't been on drugs since 2009. I did it for a short period of time AGAIN and just knew this was not what I want. Believe it or not, what I saw was real. I just don't understand how the world missed it and no it was not the Super Moon phase as it was after that. Maybe I need to accept it internally and forget about external factors such as close minded people like you.
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    Sep 07, 2014 4:56 AM GMT
    Seek psychiatric help soon.
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    Sep 07, 2014 4:59 AM GMT
    GAMRican saidSeek psychiatric help soon.


    I see my psych each month for the last six years. I also take zyprexa. I am very sane but you my friend have bombarded my innocent threads with that anchor code link that destroys the thread. I KNOW EXACTLY WHAT YOU DID. It was all because of your wanting to change the subject of astronomy into dick sizes and I wouldn't go for it. YOU SEEK HELP because your intentions are far from sane.
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    Sep 07, 2014 5:13 AM GMT
    Long thread titles are like long dicks...everyone wants one until everyone else thinks they're annoying.
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    Sep 07, 2014 5:21 AM GMT
    paulflexes saidLong thread titles are like long dicks...everyone wants one until everyone else thinks they're annoying.


    What is annoying is that you would compare this post to a long dick. How often does anyone bring up astronomy on here????? Isn't THAT part of gay life????
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    jerred said
    paulflexes saidLong thread titles are like long dicks...everyone wants one until everyone else thinks they're annoying.


    What is annoying is that you would compare this post to a long dick. How often does anyone bring up astronomy on here????? Isn't THAT part of gay life????
    You saw the Aitken Crater on a waxing crescent moon. It looks like a planet shadow. Look it up. icon_wink.gif
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    Sep 07, 2014 5:31 AM GMT
    paulflexes said
    jerred said
    paulflexes saidLong thread titles are like long dicks...everyone wants one until everyone else thinks they're annoying.


    What is annoying is that you would compare this post to a long dick. How often does anyone bring up astronomy on here????? Isn't THAT part of gay life????
    You saw the Aitken Crater on a waxing crescent moon. It looks like a planet shadow. Look it up. icon_wink.gif


    No paulflexes, I took astronomy four years ago and have been reading about it ever since. I KNOW WHAT THE FUCK AN ECLIPSE LOOKS LIKE. It was not a FULL eclipse but it was ninety percent of one.
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    Sep 07, 2014 5:35 AM GMT
    jerred said
    paulflexes said
    jerred said
    paulflexes saidLong thread titles are like long dicks...everyone wants one until everyone else thinks they're annoying.


    What is annoying is that you would compare this post to a long dick. How often does anyone bring up astronomy on here????? Isn't THAT part of gay life????
    You saw the Aitken Crater on a waxing crescent moon. It looks like a planet shadow. Look it up. icon_wink.gif


    No paulflexes, I took astronomy four years ago and have been reading about it ever since. I KNOW WHAT THE FUCK AN ECLIPSE LOOKS LIKE. It was not a FULL eclipse but it was ninety percent of one.
    I've been studying astronomy most of my life, and have a full eclipse professionally recorded on video, by me (never released - my own little toy).

    If you'd look up what I wrote, you'd know what you saw.
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    Sep 07, 2014 5:36 AM GMT
    Oh and BTW, long dicks are truly overrated. As are long thread titles. And big titties.
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    Sep 07, 2014 5:42 AM GMT
    paulflexes said
    jerred said
    paulflexes said
    jerred said
    paulflexes saidLong thread titles are like long dicks...everyone wants one until everyone else thinks they're annoying.


    What is annoying is that you would compare this post to a long dick. How often does anyone bring up astronomy on here????? Isn't THAT part of gay life????
    You saw the Aitken Crater on a waxing crescent moon. It looks like a planet shadow. Look it up. icon_wink.gif


    No paulflexes, I took astronomy four years ago and have been reading about it ever since. I KNOW WHAT THE FUCK AN ECLIPSE LOOKS LIKE. It was not a FULL eclipse but it was ninety percent of one.
    I've been studying astronomy most of my life, and have a full eclipse professionally recorded on video, by me (never released - my own little toy).

    If you'd look up what I wrote, you'd know what you saw.


    You are WRONG. A crater does not engulf ninety percent of the moon. Plus it was the same crescent I see all the time when the moon is at various places in conjunction with the sun. THIS COULD NOT BE POSSIBLE WHAT I SAW!!!! It was just to the right of the sun as it was making it's way down to the pacific ocean. It was clearly a crescent moon but NO it was impossible to have one where it was positioned at that moment.
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    Sep 07, 2014 5:46 AM GMT
    jerred said
    paulflexes said
    jerred said
    paulflexes said
    jerred said
    paulflexes saidLong thread titles are like long dicks...everyone wants one until everyone else thinks they're annoying.


    What is annoying is that you would compare this post to a long dick. How often does anyone bring up astronomy on here????? Isn't THAT part of gay life????
    You saw the Aitken Crater on a waxing crescent moon. It looks like a planet shadow. Look it up. icon_wink.gif


    No paulflexes, I took astronomy four years ago and have been reading about it ever since. I KNOW WHAT THE FUCK AN ECLIPSE LOOKS LIKE. It was not a FULL eclipse but it was ninety percent of one.
    I've been studying astronomy most of my life, and have a full eclipse professionally recorded on video, by me (never released - my own little toy).

    If you'd look up what I wrote, you'd know what you saw.


    You are WRONG. A crater does not engulf ninety percent of the moon. Plus it was the same crescent I see all the time when the moon is at various places in conjunction with the sun. THIS COULD NOT BE POSSIBLE WHAT I SAW!!!! It was just to the right of the sun as it was making it's way down to the pacific ocean. It was clearly a crescent moon but NO it was impossible to have one where it was positioned at that moment.
    Have you taken into account atmospheric anomalies?
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    Sep 07, 2014 5:52 AM GMT
    paulflexes said
    jerred said
    paulflexes said
    jerred said
    paulflexes said
    jerred said
    paulflexes saidLong thread titles are like long dicks...everyone wants one until everyone else thinks they're annoying.


    What is annoying is that you would compare this post to a long dick. How often does anyone bring up astronomy on here????? Isn't THAT part of gay life????
    You saw the Aitken Crater on a waxing crescent moon. It looks like a planet shadow. Look it up. icon_wink.gif


    No paulflexes, I took astronomy four years ago and have been reading about it ever since. I KNOW WHAT THE FUCK AN ECLIPSE LOOKS LIKE. It was not a FULL eclipse but it was ninety percent of one.
    I've been studying astronomy most of my life, and have a full eclipse professionally recorded on video, by me (never released - my own little toy).

    If you'd look up what I wrote, you'd know what you saw.


    You are WRONG. A crater does not engulf ninety percent of the moon. Plus it was the same crescent I see all the time when the moon is at various places in conjunction with the sun. THIS COULD NOT BE POSSIBLE WHAT I SAW!!!! It was just to the right of the sun as it was making it's way down to the pacific ocean. It was clearly a crescent moon but NO it was impossible to have one where it was positioned at that moment.
    Have you taken into account atmospheric anomalies?


    Please Paul, I KNOW WHAT THE SHARP CONTOURS OF A CRESCENT MOON LOOK LIKE. The rest of the darkness was INVISIBLE on it as well. Know doubt in my mind, something happened that moment in which some HUGE starlight was on the other side of the earth. THere is no explanation other than that. And the light had to be brighter than the sun in order to cause such an effect while the moon was close to the sun.
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    Sep 07, 2014 5:56 AM GMT
    Okay even that last analogy sounds like insanity because why would the other side of the earth not notice such light??? Maybe this is a personal journey. Yeah, I don't think you guys are ready for this.
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    Sep 07, 2014 5:58 AM GMT
    jerred said
    paulflexes said
    jerred said
    paulflexes said
    jerred said
    paulflexes said
    jerred said
    paulflexes saidLong thread titles are like long dicks...everyone wants one until everyone else thinks they're annoying.


    What is annoying is that you would compare this post to a long dick. How often does anyone bring up astronomy on here????? Isn't THAT part of gay life????
    You saw the Aitken Crater on a waxing crescent moon. It looks like a planet shadow. Look it up. icon_wink.gif


    No paulflexes, I took astronomy four years ago and have been reading about it ever since. I KNOW WHAT THE FUCK AN ECLIPSE LOOKS LIKE. It was not a FULL eclipse but it was ninety percent of one.
    I've been studying astronomy most of my life, and have a full eclipse professionally recorded on video, by me (never released - my own little toy).

    If you'd look up what I wrote, you'd know what you saw.


    You are WRONG. A crater does not engulf ninety percent of the moon. Plus it was the same crescent I see all the time when the moon is at various places in conjunction with the sun. THIS COULD NOT BE POSSIBLE WHAT I SAW!!!! It was just to the right of the sun as it was making it's way down to the pacific ocean. It was clearly a crescent moon but NO it was impossible to have one where it was positioned at that moment.
    Have you taken into account atmospheric anomalies?


    Please Paul, I KNOW WHAT THE SHARP CONTOURS OF A CRESCENT MOON LOOK LIKE. The rest of the darkness was INVISIBLE on it as well. Know doubt in my mind, something happened that moment in which some HUGE starlight was on the other side of the earth. THere is no explanation other than that. And the light had to be brighter than the sun in order to cause such an effect while the moon was close to the sun.
    Then research what you saw.

    The most intelligent answer you'll get here is probably mine, and even that's incredibly fallible since I'm not in the same geographic area as you and didn't see what you saw...not to mention I'm not an astronomer (only an enthusiast).

    All the other answers will be people who think you need psychological help, which we both know you've already had more of that than most people. Well, except for one of my roomies, who's been diagnosed with more stuff than your shrink ever thought you had. icon_lol.gif
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    Sep 07, 2014 6:06 AM GMT
    paulflexes said
    jerred said
    paulflexes said
    jerred said
    paulflexes said
    jerred said
    paulflexes said
    jerred said
    paulflexes saidLong thread titles are like long dicks...everyone wants one until everyone else thinks they're annoying.


    What is annoying is that you would compare this post to a long dick. How often does anyone bring up astronomy on here????? Isn't THAT part of gay life????
    You saw the Aitken Crater on a waxing crescent moon. It looks like a planet shadow. Look it up. icon_wink.gif


    No paulflexes, I took astronomy four years ago and have been reading about it ever since. I KNOW WHAT THE FUCK AN ECLIPSE LOOKS LIKE. It was not a FULL eclipse but it was ninety percent of one.
    I've been studying astronomy most of my life, and have a full eclipse professionally recorded on video, by me (never released - my own little toy).

    If you'd look up what I wrote, you'd know what you saw.


    You are WRONG. A crater does not engulf ninety percent of the moon. Plus it was the same crescent I see all the time when the moon is at various places in conjunction with the sun. THIS COULD NOT BE POSSIBLE WHAT I SAW!!!! It was just to the right of the sun as it was making it's way down to the pacific ocean. It was clearly a crescent moon but NO it was impossible to have one where it was positioned at that moment.
    Have you taken into account atmospheric anomalies?


    Please Paul, I KNOW WHAT THE SHARP CONTOURS OF A CRESCENT MOON LOOK LIKE. The rest of the darkness was INVISIBLE on it as well. Know doubt in my mind, something happened that moment in which some HUGE starlight was on the other side of the earth. THere is no explanation other than that. And the light had to be brighter than the sun in order to cause such an effect while the moon was close to the sun.
    Then research what you saw.

    The most intelligent answer you'll get here is probably mine, and even that's incredibly fallible since I'm not in the same geographic area as you and didn't see what you saw...not to mention I'm not an astronomer (only an enthusiast).

    All the other answers will be people who think you need psychological help, which we both know you've already had more of that than most people. Well, except for one of my roomies, who's been diagnosed with more stuff than your shrink ever thought you had. icon_lol.gif


    Okay Paul. But I don't think I will find much because what I saw should have been on the news. It was material and not a mental distraction. It was really weird because I was just walking west and looked up and there it was. I remember in my body it felt really strange. But in my intuition of all my ailments I know it wasn't. Maybe God is a light in the universe. Maybe this is a personal issue and I just have to know what I saw was true. If God is that beautiful I want to know it. But yeah, you guys aren't going to understand this at all.
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    Sep 07, 2014 6:14 PM GMT
    It wasn't newsworthy, because it happens a lot.

    the moon get between the earth and the sun. what you were probably seeing was almost a "new moon" at sunset.

    there's no galactic convergence that only you saw. you saw a nearly new moon at sunset.

    sunset_and_crescent_moon_by_caerwynentll
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    Sep 07, 2014 6:56 PM GMT
    JonSpringon saidIt wasn't newsworthy, because it happens a lot.

    the moon get between the earth and the sun. what you were probably seeing was almost a "new moon" at sunset.

    there's no galactic convergence that only you saw. you saw a nearly new moon at sunset.

    sunset_and_crescent_moon_by_caerwynentll


    WHY THE FUCK did my FANTASTIC Astronomy professor never bring this up? THERE IS NO WAY by the way I was taught that a moon can be at MOST a crescent on the same side of the earth as the sun. I am sort of pissed off right now. Why wouldn't they explain the details of this in astronomy?
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    Sep 07, 2014 6:58 PM GMT
    AND WHAT THE FUCK ARE THE DETAILS EXCUSE MY FRENCH?
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    Sep 07, 2014 7:10 PM GMT
    What you saw was sunlight from the Earth reflected off of the dark part of the moon and back to Earth. This phenomenon causes the dark part of the moon to look like it is slightly glowing. It happens often with a waxing crescent just after the new moon.