Final Frontier Voyager (FES) The Flat Earth Society by George Grie

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The Flat Earth Society
“The facts are simple,” says Charles K. Johnson, president of the International Flat Earth Research Society. “The earth is flat.” He believes that the main purpose of the space program is to prop up a dying myth—the myth that the earth is a globe. “Nobody knows anything about the true shape of the world,” he contends. The sun and moon, in the Johnson version, are only about 32 miles in diameter. They circle above the earth in the vicinity of the equator, and their apparent rising and setting are tricks of perspective, like railroad tracks that appear to meet in the distance. The moon shines by its own light and is not eclipsed by the earth. Rather, lunar eclipses are caused by an unseen dark body occasionally passing in front of the moon. Johnson’s beliefs are firmly grounded in the Bible.

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high, sea, sunset, clouds, water, waterfall, night, mist, sky, reflection, dream, unknown, fog, sails, ship, horizon, seascape, mystery, mystic, moonlight, cliff, romantic, flags, waterscape, illusion, suspense, pirats

Comments

  • sweetpatience
    sweetpatienceabout 6 years ago

    this art is intense

  • Keith Reesor
    Keith Reesorabout 6 years ago

    OMG!! Wow!!

  • onefourseven
    onefoursevenabout 6 years ago

    Your artwork is outstanding!!
    Stunning!!!

  • Jaredemic
    Jaredemicabout 6 years ago

    People actually believe that and you go and photgraph it! I guess I’m a believer now too!
    Seriously though, great work!

  • Bea Godbee
    Bea Godbeeabout 6 years ago

    Great work!

  • Stephanie Rachel Seely
    Stephanie Rach...almost 6 years ago

    I’ve seen this somewhere before and fell in love with it. (I even wrote a poem based on it). It’s nice to see it again here and to meet its creator!

  • UncleWiggley
    UncleWiggleyalmost 6 years ago

    Love this too…..Terry Pratchett meets Roger Dean! Wonderful tones again.

  • brianjarvis
    brianjarvisover 5 years ago

    brilliant-love all your work.

  • butterflyashes
    butterflyashesabout 5 years ago

    Your work is just so amazing! It makes me speechless.. =)

  • ourjrny
    ourjrnyabout 5 years ago

    I have seen this sensational image in much lower resolution all over the internet. It is probably one of the most pirated works of art ever published. I am delighted to see it published here on RedBubble by the original artist. It is very beautiful!

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