In the 7th century AD, the moon split into two parts

(ORDO NEWS) — The splitting of the moon is an event that occurred during the lifetime of the Prophet Muhammad.

According to data from historical sources, a massive change in calendars in various civilizations occurred in the seventh century AD.

After this cosmic cataclysm (or intentional impact), the phases of the moon changed, and the year on Earth became five (5!) days longer.

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The inhabitants of Mecca saw two halves of a celestial body, which were separated by Mount Harra. “The moon split during the lifetime of the Prophet.

The moon split into two halves, one of which was visible from one side of the mountain, and the other from the other.

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It is interesting that other peoples also have references to the split moon.

This is the codex of the Aztecs and the manuscripts of ancient China, ancient Babylon, the Persian Empire, civilization in Peru and many other civilizations located in different parts of the globe not only recorded data that the Moon split into two parts, but indicated that the whole Milky Way.

Moreover, there was a change in the phases of the moon, and the year became longer by five (5!) days.

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And all these civilizations have changed their old calendars. They had to do this because there were 365 days in a year instead of 360 days, as it was before the “moon split”.

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After the moon split into two parts, the “Creator of all things”, “Most High”, “Lord of heaven, “God” – glued it back into a single whole.

However, due to a change in its mass, apparently, a change in the period of rotation occurred Earth because of what the number of days in a year has increased.

By the way, the “seam” after “gluing” can now be seen on the surface of the moon.

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