First Annual Catholic Conference on Geocentrism (South Bend, IN)
























On November 6, 2010, the First Annual Catholic Conference on Geocentrism took place at the Hilton Garden Inn in South Bend Indiana. The attendance was greater than expected. Please stay tuned for updates on this conference including footage available on Youtube, as well as DVD's available for sale of the talks presented at the conference.

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Dr. Robert Sungenis: Geocentrism: They Know It But They're Hiding It
Mr. Mark Wyatt: Introduction to the Mechanics of Geocentrism
Dr. Robert Bennett: Scientific Experiments Showing Earth Motionless in Space
Mr. Rick Delano: Scientific Evidence: Earth in the Center of the Universe
Mr. Martin Selbrede: Answering Common Objections to Geocentrism
Dr. Gerry Bouw: The Biblical Firmament: Outer Space is Not Empty
Dr. Robert Sungenis: Galileo and the Church: What Really Happened?
Mr. John Salza, Esq.: The Fathers and Exegesis of Scripture on Geocentrism
Dr. E. Michael Jones: English Ideology, Newton & the Exploitation of Science
Mr. Hugh Miller: Carbon 14 & Radiometric Dating Show Young Earth

4 comments:

  1. We need to clarify the distortion of the historical facts (by the enemies of the Church), regarding the Church vs. Galileo. Just for one reason, to prove if the Church is infallible or if it is not. If the Church cannot prove that Galileo was wrong in his hypothesis related to the immovability of the earth with respect to the universe, than, our Catholic Doctrine in any issue, will fall apart…the credibility of all Her dogmatic teaching would become a parody, a façade, a myth, and a total theological fraud; The price to pay, would it be that of millions of souls thrown to hell.

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  2. Mr. Delano,
    I was nice to be able to talk to you today in our conference call with Jean-Claude, Greg, and Tom. I have recently been reading Sungenis' book "Galileo Was Wrong", but am only in Chapter 2. So far I have found it fascinating and informative. Can't wait for your conference material to be available. I think there is much work to be done to overcome centuries of liberal, non-data based scientific myth. This myth goes well-beyond science into many other aspects of our lives.
    Dick

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  3. Hello Dick:

    I am glad you were able to visit and post!

    Indeed, the time seems ripe for a thorough reassessment of certain philosophical presuppositions which have acquired the status of pseudo-religious dogmas over time.

    I mean, if we have reached the point where mainstream physics can make its equations work only by assigning 96% of the mass in the Universe to unobserved (unobservable!) entities, then the time has come to reexamine the underlying assumptions embedded within those equations.

    This is exactly what Drs. Sungenis and Bennett undertake to do in "Galileo Was Wrong".

    And, as you note, once one has accepted such assumptions as "scientific", then it is predictable that similar forms of thinking will permeate all areas of our lives......after all, "everything's relative", yes?

    Actually, NO!

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  4. I admire the work of Dr. Robert Sungenis, a very brilliant man indeed. But I don't think it's wise to go all in with a literal reading of Genesis. You can defend such a literal interpretation, but you can't jeopardize the whole Catholic teaching with it.

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