Hey everyone -- I wasn't sure if this was already a thread or not, but if so, my apologies, just move this message to the proper thread if possible! I get all excited talking to you guys, because you all clearly are seeking truth. I love it, and so few truly are.
So I did read Worlds Beyond the Poles in its entirety, and I encourage everyone to read it thoroughly. Consider what he's saying; let's talk about it. I believe the book wasn't meant to get into our hands, and I got it by chance and because another truther wanted to share. I believe, if the book is correct, and I'm trying to find evidence that it is (NASA blotting stars out of every image that's a GoPro fish-eye lens from a high altitude, why?), but I could use your brains on this. This was before NASA had brainwashed everyone with CGI.
According to Giannini, the Poles, or the "ends of the earth" are both gateways to more worlds/land, not ice-covered either. If he is correct, I ran into this seemingly silly map recently, which reads (supposedly): "The number of fools is infinite." (I've seen other translations):
And/or this one:
Or, it's possible that the Azimuthal Equidistant map is correct, and by "Pole points" he just meant the north side of our earth and the south side, both being Antarctica. But I look forward to hearing more thoughts on this, as I believe the book was not intended to circulate, and now, it's too late.
Then again, the azimuthal equidistant map seems to be correct. Giannini in Worlds Beyond says that the fierce movement of the magnetic/solar energy in the darkness that is the space between our terrestrial land and our sky is why we have an illusion of the stars moving (when he claims the Sun and Moon may be the only things moving). He claims the wind/movement in our atmosphere explains the stars movement -- and it does, after looking into it. Watch the movement of the wind at the highest point here:earth.nullschool.net/#current/wind/isobaric/10hPa/azimuthal_equidistant (when you open it, tap the word "Earth" at the bottom left and hit AE at the bottom of the menu, then "Earth" again to bring the settings back down). Giannini claims it's the atmospheric movement (not the earth movement, but the atmosphere that exists above us, and the void of darkness, not space, that the sunlight travels through) that makes the starsappear to be moving, and if you watch the AE map at: earth.nullschool.net/#current/wind/isobaric/10hPa/azimuthal_equidistant with the wind levels set for as high up as possible, you'll notice in the northern "hemisphere", they move around Polaris apparently, and in the other, they move a whole separate way. If this is true, then Giannini is correct!
That's how our atmosphere moves, which makes PERFECT sense for star trails, if that's true. That explains this: