Lorraine H I understand what Max Igan means when he says the flat earth movement is to cause distraction, although after watching a few videos I am now convince we do live on a flat earth plain. To be honest as a child I always wonder why if the earth if moving I can't feel nor see it moving. But I can see how it has become a distraction by causing the masses to wonder why the lie for so long instead of wondering about what's happening at our present moment, a distraction to the catastrophic danger we the people face as a whole. You the man Max Igan, much love to you. :)
Thursday 3 March 2016, 00:54:46
Sage O'Quay There is legitimate FE research underway by many bright and intelligent folks. I also know that there are many in the "truth" movement researching and leaning in the direction of a plane or perhaps even convinced we do not live on a ball but they are afraid to come out of the closet in fear of being ridiculed and vilified... or being told it's a "distraction". Everyone in the alternative / truth movement should remember their roots. Everything started as a "distraction" or "fringe" or "crazy"... chemtrails, GMO foods, vaccines, fluoride, Zionists, secret societies, Admiralty Law and on and on. If the FE is true then we have been lied to about where we exist. FE deserves honest and informed debate based on true research and there is plenty of facts, evidence and proof points that we do not reside on a ball. In other words, it is a legitimate debate - but like anything else, you just have to weed through the chaff. That being said, if it's not your cup of tea then take a pass and focus on what you believe YOUR priorities are and where you need to spend your time and energy. If FE or any other area resonates with you and makes you curious then you have every right to go explore and discover.