AE – Azimuthal Equidistant World Map
Gleason’s Flat Earth Map
This animation was created by youtuber: Hour Hand https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCF_pFEZyoKIR1_CqYyKe0lA
I DO NOT MONETIZE MY VIDEOS AND I DO NOT COLLECT MONEY FROM VIEWERS. DUE TO INCREASED NUMBER OF GOVERNMENT AGENTS AND PEOPLE WHO ARE UNABLE TO UNPLUG FROM THIS FAKE SYSTEM I WAS FORCED TO DEACTIVATE COMMENTS UNDER MY VIDEOS. THE EARTH IS FLAT AND MOTIONLESS. TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT!
Published on 12 Mar 2016
This is our first animation of a Flat Earth model demonstrating the movements of the Sun and Moon as well as the light emanating from the two for 365 days of one year starting on Jan 01.
The Sun and the Moon circle around the center magnetic north pole once each day, both at slightly different lengths of time. You can see the Sun pass the Moon about once a month.
We shaped the sunlight and moonlight spread based on the electromagnetic fields of the Aether bending the light as the Sun or Moon gets closer to the outer edge within this closed system.
The graphics key at the top of the screen registers the current time of year throughout the animation, so if you move in time through the animation you can see how the light spread changes during any season.
The clouds are fascinating and were composited from multiple images output by NASA and weather radar. The clouds end at about 27 seconds into the animation so you can see the continents underneath from then-on.
The blue of the sky is created by the sunlight. You can see on the night side that without the illumination of the Moon, that area gets pitch black dark.
Mount Meru at the north pole is based on Mercator’s map of the north pole.
We have more animations to come, but please be patient as the animations take a lot of effort to create. Enjoy!