And somehow people still think we can’t fake space!!!



Whatever… if you want to be asleep, at this point you are doing it by choice. The great deception is at hand.

And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him. Revelation 12:9

Please note that it doesn’t say he will deceive some, or just the unbelievers. No… it says all.

Anyway, I’m ignorant.

Talk to you later.

Subtle signs that hint to the truth

I have a lot of friends both Christian and non-Christian alike that love NASA. They love science and space exploration. They love learning about black holes, gas giants, and all the cool things NASA constantly puts out. I used to be like that too. But, the one thing that these two groups of people will disagree on is creation. The idea of God creating all things against the idea that it all started from nothing is a big debate. And today, many Christians side with the nothingness theory as if it were proven true, but still insist that God inspired the nothingness to create everything regardless of the fact that this concept goes against scripture.

And the pioneer of these epic discoveries just so happens to have no agenda at all. NASA is neither secular or Christian. Their agenda is clearly just one of science and the pursuit of knowledge… nothing more. Nothing less. That is one thing that both sides of the NASA fandom will agree on. NASA doesn’t have an agenda toward or against spiritual matters.

I am sorry, but I disagree with that entirely.

If they are known for being so none bias, then why is every single mission that they do related to pagan gods, Gnosticism, the occult, or outright luciferian concepts? And as of yesterday, we have yet again another example of this very thing to pile atop the countless other examples.

Meet Lucy, the mission that is apparently sending us to the Trojan Asteroids of Jupiter.


Let’s totally set aside the fact that once again we are presented with nothing more than fake CGI junk rather than something tangible and real. Let’s stop and take a look the subliminal meanings behind this mission. And, in turn consider how NASA truly is none bias… or not.

The first thing to consider is the destination. We are sending a probe to a cluster of rocks known as Trojans. A Trojan by definition is a tool used to mislead large groups of people against the devices true intent. Secondly, we should stop and look at how and why the project was given its name; Lucy.

The name Lucy is derived from a Latin word, Lucius, meaning light. This explains why Satan is also known as Lucifer… also meaning light. And since the promises of Satan were transcendence and illumination, it is no wonder the movie Lucy was given such a name when evaluating what it was about (transcendence).


This patch symbolizes exactly the stance that NASA has on spiritual matters. With that in mind, I do not understand how so many Christians can so quickly rally behind this organization. Here, in this patch we have Lucy, the monkey skeleton… which stand on the bases of the evolution of mankind from primates to humans. Secondly, we have the rocks next to the probe. When compared to the ape bones to the probe we can see that it implies our evolutionary transcendence via the promises of Lucifer through knowledge and technology… who just so happens to hold the exact same meaning in his name as the word Lucy on the patch.

To make things even more interesting, the name of this NASA probe project was derived from the Beatles and a song called “Lucy in the sky with diamonds“. I could honestly rant on this fact forever. With that in mind I will simply point out that the album that this song appears on is heavily tied to LSD and Alice in Wonderland… which implies higher states of copiousness (Lucy being a great title since it means what it means).  Enough said.

So… why the diamond? Could it possibly be because it ties so well with the rest of the theme? I bet that could be the case. The diamond shape symbolizes ascension, clarity, and wisdom in many cultures.

With that said, here we have NASA propagating evolution to the masses, honoring Lucifer for his light of promising ascension, clarity, and wisdom through a band that is heavily associated with the occult. While at the same time admitting to your face that it is nothing more than a Trojan meant to mislead the masses, which is exactly what it is doing.

You want to keep believing in their fake CGI nonsense, you go right ahead.

As for myself, I will stick with the scriptures and the true scientific method. I don’t know. I guess I’m just ignorant, but a $19 billion dollar budget doesn’t automatically make your NASA cartoon truth. It is still just a cartoon.

And at the end of the day, I don’t care what you believe in… one thing is clear. NASA does promote a spiritual agenda weather you admit it or not. Just go back and look at the names of all their past missions.

There is a point when you could consider it all to be coincidence. But, let’s face it. We have been beyond that point for quite some time now.

the sun, apparently the final frontier

Well, apparently we are going to the sun. Seems legit to me. I honestly have to say, Don Pettit said it best: “If dinosaurs had explored space, they would still be alive today”. That too, also seems legit. I just don’t understand it. How in the ever loving truth does anyone actually believe any of this nonsensical CGI garbage?

All of the images and animations we are shown of the sun with its massive bursts of solar flares is absolute idiocy. The following is a much closer representation to the truth than what we are constantly shown. Do you see any flares of chaos or configurations of heating gas in either of these sets of images below? No… because this is what the sun actually looks like. Don’t get me wrong, the stuff we are presented looks way cooler and way more exciting (flares and masses of moving gas), but that does not make it truth!


But hey, if the entire world wants to think we are flying through space in 4 directions at once at unfathomable speeds while still managing to hold a motionless glass of water in their hands, then let them think whatever they want. The type of people that believe that type of nonsensical stuff are the same ones believing in NASA’s current claims of reaching out to the sun. Sure… next thing you know it we’ll be landing a man on the sun too. Or better yet, a man on Mars so we can get over there to figure out who the heck has been cleaning those solar panels on the Rovers for all these years.

Anyway, since most of you that read this blog know that I am totally against NASA and the concept the Copernican Principle in general, I thought I would share with you a few of the items on my Etsy Store that go right along with the theme of how I feel about today’s so called modern science. Because, you know… millions and billions of years is clearly observable, testable, and repeatable.


In short, NASA is a liar, Michelson and Morley proved the earth was motionless already, and the ISS acronym actually stands for; international scam station. Science is something we can observe, test, and repeat. And almost all of what we are taught today about the world  around us defies observation, can’t be tested, and therefore can not be repeated.

Pseudoscience is a religion.

But no… seriously. I only have 3 questions. One, if the material hasn’t existed until now… what are we using said material for with practical application here on earth (none, because it doesn’t exist)? If a rocket leaves the atmosphere at let’s say, 800 miles an hour, how in the ever loving truth are they accelerating it to godlike speeds in the vacuum of space with nothing to push or pull against when trying to generate extra momentum? And finally, why are you buying into this nonsense? If we have a 4 inch shield that could withstand the radiation and heat that NASA claims, we could put a man in a suit made of that same material and go in and clean up Trinoble.

Just think about it. Use common sense and a basic understanding of physics and you will see right through this ridiculousness.

Then again, maybe I’m just ignorant.

Pseudoscience, and the age of the universe

Speed of Light may not be constant, physicists Say. Einstein’s theory of special relativity sets of the speed of light, 186,000 miles per second (300 million meters per second). But some scientists are exploring the possibility that this cosmic speed limit changes. The speed of light is constant, or so textbooks say.

Now, I read this and thought to myself about something regarding how old the universe is, and how far away the distant stars are. Everything we know about the cosmos in regards to time and distance is completely dependent upon the speed of light.

For example: we have been taught that the universe is millions of billions of years old due to the fact that the constant speed of light takes time to reach us from those distant stars (hypothetically, if the speed of light is one mile per hour and the light takes three hours to reach you, you can then infer that the star is three miles away).

Here is the thing; guys like Neil deGrasse Tyson love words like, infer, conclude, and deduce… because they are fancier ways of saying “assume“.

So, how do we know how far away, or how old, the stars are in the universe? Let’s ask Neil. According to Neil, we know for a fact based on a measurement technique that is assumed to be constant (speed of light).

Now, Albert Einstein said in his Relativity paper that “light requires the same time to traverse the path A-M as for the path B-M is in reality neither a supposition nor a hypothesis about the physical nature of light, but a stipulation which I can make of my own freewill in order to arrive at a definition of simultaneity“. In short, assumptions are made. A fact based on assumption is what we call blind faith. We don’t know the speed from point A to point B, or the speed from point B to point C. We only know the total speed from point A to C and “assume” the round trip is the same.

So, what exactly am I getting at then? Rather than typing up a long drawn out explanation, I found a video that does a great job at describing the assumption that Albert Einstein was referring to in his Relativity paper. The fact that this physicist is a young creation Christian is coincidental and beside the point. The point is, we don’t know… and assumptions have to be made in order to arrive to a conclusion about the age of stars and the universe.

So, what am I getting at here… what is the point?

Here is the thing; determining the distance of a star requires the speed of light to be the same in both directions at all times throughout the history or the cosmos. Not only does light appear to be slowing down according to the article linked above, but we do not know that the speed of light is the same through release and reflection.

Example: If I throw a ball at one hundred miles an hour and it slows down slightly before hitting a wall and bouncing back to me, wouldn’t it be a fact that the ball is no longer going the same speed when it gets back to me, and that if it slowed down on the way there that it is probably slowing down on the way back as well?  To only count the total speed there and back and dividing them in half to determine the actual speed of the object is based on assumption.

The truth is, the age and distance of stars is completely based on inference. And since this assumption of a star’s age is presented as truth, we use the age of the star to age the universe. This is called pseudoscience, people. A collection of beliefs or practices mistakenly regarded as being based on scientific method.

Now, am I arguing that the world is only 6,000 years old and that all the stars are super close? No, not at all. What I am arguing is that you can’t make an assumption while parading it as fact to the entire planet. The entire doctrine of cosmology with the Big Bang Theory and the age of the commons is built on an evolutionary assumption, not fact. I don’t know what your bible says, but mine says that the earth was made first, before the sun. And this is contrary to what the scientific community it parading as truth.

Am I going to believe in the assumptions of men, or am I going to stand firm on the word of God? We are in a time when man is being tested. We are in a time where what you put your faith in matters more than ever. Dusk is fading, and night draws near.

Until you can actually measure the one way speed of light, the entire cosmological doctrine of time and distance is standing on faith in something they “believe” to be true. And if this is the case, why is it being taught as fact in the public school system?

Who are we kidding though. Let’s leave the real thinking for the men and women in the lab coats. I’m just ignorant and don’t know any better.

The age of the universe truly is 13.8 billion years old. And all the stars out there are billions of light years away. The constant speed of light told us so…

What a joke.

If anyone tells you that we know for a fact that the universe is such and such old and that a star is such and such distance away, they are either ignorantly being led or they are lying. Truth is we have no clue, because no one knows the one way speed of light which is how science is claiming to make the measurement!


Hello World

I must be Ignorant is a brand spanking new site for me. I have had a few in my day, what with being in various bands in my twenties, running publishing companies, and sharing sites with the lady in my life. But this one is new and will be the primary focus for my online ranting of thoughts and ideas. I named this sight as it is for a few reasons. One, a lot of my views and opinions in the eyes of many people may seem… well, ignorant. For example I am a Christian for starters. What kind of an ignorant person believes there is a God when M theory is clearly the end all answer? Or how about the fact that I am a firm believer in the idea that dinosaurs existed during the more recent stent of mankind’s meager existence? It gets better, trust me. I put this site together to help clear my head. To just jot down thoughts and ideas. To share my designs, art, music, and patchwork. To be myself while realizing that most everyone else probably will read this stuff and roll their eyes at how ignorant I really am. And honestly, I am totally okay with that.

Just because you know how to roll your eyes doesn’t necessarily make you right either.

So, stay posted. It is sure to get worse.