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The lack of intermediary moon phases contradicts the Copernican Theory

The lack of intermediary moon phases contradicts the Copernican Theory

According to Heliocentric Cosmology, the moon goes through seven or eight lunar phases…depending on whether or not you count the New Moon as an actual phase or the lack of a phase.

These phases are…

– New Moon
– Waxing Crescent Moon
– First Quarter Moon
– Waxing Gibbous Moon
– Full Moon
– Waning Gibbous Moon
– Third Quarter Moon
– Waning Crescent Moon

If Heliocentric Cosmology is correct, these eight lunar moon phases should gradually reverse from summer to winter and back to summer the following year. In-between each of these lunar moon phases there should be even more, noticeable intermediary phases…not unlike the elusive missing link in the ridiculous evolutionary theory that the science priests and prophets push at the local indoctrination centers across the plane.

If sunlight really does reflect off of the lunar surface, then we should be able to observe the lunar shadow(the terminator line) gradually crossing the surface of the moon rather than the eight abrupt lunar phases that we actually do observe.

We should be able to observe the lunar shadow traveling across the moon’s surface immediately after the New Moon phase towards the Waxing Crescent Moon phase and on towards the others.

What we should be able to observe is the following…

– New Moon
– Intermediary Moon Phases
– Waxing Crescent Moon
– Intermediary Moon Phases
– First Quarter Moon
– Intermediary Moon Phases
– Waxing Gibbous Moon
– Intermediary Moon Phases
– Full Moon
– Intermediary Moon Phases
– Waning Gibbous Moon
– Intermediary Moon Phases
– Third Quarter Moon
– Intermediary Moon Phases
– Waning Crescent Moon
– Intermediary Moon Phases

What we actually observe are only the eight lunar phases minus the intermediary lunar phases in-between them.

So, where are these elusive intermediary lunar phases?