IPR Points Of Interest 10-31-20


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The conventional Flat Earth concept rules out the possibility of more land within our “globe’s” known surface area.

Whatever your thoughts on the above, the correlations are undeniable. Here’s the link to StergioStudios10 who figured this out.

“A Blue Moon on October 31 or Halloween night occurs almost every 19 years, thanks to the Metonic cycle, so it is not very rare. But because of time zones, not every location on the globe gets to enjoy it at the same time. Some parts of the United States, for instance, haven’t seen a Halloween Blue Moon since 2001, while others haven’t seen one since 1955!” Isn’t that peculiar?

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